blood of the lamb

blood of the lamb

used to mark houses of the Israelites so they could be passed over. [O.T.: Exodus 12:3–13]
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I must put the blood of the lamb on the head of the boy," Jesse muttered when the sticks had begun to blaze greedily, and taking a long knife from his pocket he turned and walked rapidly across the clearing toward David.
Skin of The Wolf continues where the prior Blood of the Lamb left off, returning to a world where vampires walk among men and search for a peace that may be impossible.
RESURRECTION: BLOOD OF THE LAMB BOOK THREE tells of Maryam, who tries to share a miraculous remedy and also challenges the Apostles' religious rule.
12:, 'And they overcame him by the blood of the lamb and by the word of their testimony.
When death moves through the community, they say, those marked with the blood of the Lamb and who have shared in a meal of his flesh will be spared.
They are robed in white, "washed in the blood of the Lamb.
I'm still trying to get my head around that one, as well as Simpson's assertion that: There is no place to hide except in the blood of the Lamb.
protected from all stain and washed in the Blood of the Lamb.
ATLANTA, July 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Select Management Resources, LLC, a Rod Aycox Company, announced today its pledge to donate $30,000 to Blood of the Lamb Church based in Norfolk, Virginia.
This is Book 2 of the Blood of the Lamb trilogy and is a totally stunning work.
But these are small flaws in an otherwise noteworthy book which has commendably begun the important task of making known a few of those thousands of Christians in the twentieth century who, having washed their robes in the blood of the Lamb, now intercede for the Church militant even as they enjoy their eternal reward.
When we are healed by the blood of the Lamb, we follow the Hebrew idea of sacrifice.