Our inheritance in Christ


Our inheritance in Christ

In Adam we were made in his image.

Jesus is the exact representation of his Father

In Seth people began to cry to the Lord

Jesus our High Priest made loud cries to his Father and was heard

Enoch walked with God

Jesus tabernacle among us and now walks in us

In Noah we were saved from the judgment of water

In Jesus we were judged, died, buried and raised to new life.

In Abraham, we have a righteousness of faith

Jesus became sin so that we might become the righteousness of God

In Joseph we have the man who save the world from hunger

In Christ we have the bread of life

In Moses we have the deliverer

In Christ we have already passed from death to life

In Joshua, we conquer the walls of Jericho

In Christ all forms of strongholds are demolished

In Gideon he won a war with 300

In Christ he conquered all principalities and powers and displaying them to shame

In Samson he was the strength of Israel

In Christ we can accomplish all things

In David Israel had its greatest king

In Jesus we have the King of Kings

In Solomon we have the wisdom of the world

In Christ we have the mind of Christ

In Daniel we have the man who could interpret dreams

In Jesus we have the man who makes dreams happen

In Esther we have the beauty that mesmerize kings

In Jesus, we are presented as holy, blameless and without wrinkle

In Jeremiah we have the weeping prophet

In Christ our tears will be wiped away

In Isaiah he saw the thrice Holy God

In Jesus we have the fullness of the Godhead dwelling in us

In Amos the wall was measured and found to be faulty

In Christ we are made perfect in him

In Malachi God wants His house to be built before He bless us

In Christ we are the house of God

Do you still want to live under the old covenant?


  1. Your blog has been a wondrous gift from God in my life. I was already saved, having believed, but I’ve been attacked by the Devil (or his demons, in some form) multiple times and been made to doubt more aspects of the faith than I could have imagined. I prayed to God that He would reassure me, and a feeling of peace immediately filled me, but I kept doubting. I prayed for invincible faith, begged Him to release me from my seemingly uncontrollable sin, and haven’t had a single day of peace since I became aware of grace purely by faith-and likely was then saved, although there are ~5 other times in my life that may have been that point. But then God brought this blog to me, and I’m amazed at how fully “those who seek God will find Him” is being fulfilled in my life, because I’ve received peace, hope, and freedom past what I thought possible in this world before.

    And I’ve just kept learning as I kept reading, too; your (actually God’s, as Acts makes actually super clear but no one sees somehow) stance on the Law confused and frightened me, as I had interpreted the Epistles before as reaffirming the Commandments, and had been observing the Sabbath from nightfall on Friday to nightfall on Saturday, as Paul said whoever does that honors God, but not that whoever treats all days the same honors God. So I prayed that anything confusing or unknown might be revealed to me, and kept reading. And… wow. Praise God. After all the furious internet surfing I’ve done in the past few weeks, there’s no way it was coincidence how finding your blog answered my prayers exactly.

    Thank you, and thank God.

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