According to John 3:17, “For God did not send His Son into the world to be its judge, but to be its saviour.”
“We are redeemed with the precious blood of Jesus that cleanses us from all sin. Jesus has shed His blood at Calvary – the ultimate sacrifice. He is the mediator of a better covenant established on better promises with the house of Israel and, the house of Judah. He is able under the new covenant to save them who come to God under Him for eternity, to them uttermost He is able to make intercession for us, who is a high priest of better things to come. To offer sacrifice for the sins of people, and their salvation bought with His sacrifice on the cross, obtaining eternal redemption for man.
The blood of Christ who through the eternal Spirit offered Himself without spot or blemish, offered Himself to God, purged your conscience from dead works to serve the living God. The blood of Jesus is precious because of its cleansing power. Sinners need to be in the light, born again and walk as believer’s walk. In the light of Jesus we have fellowship one with another because the blood of Jesus cleanses us from all sin. We can confess our sins because we are convicted of sin when we walk in the light with Jesus, His blood cleanses us continually. We need to have fellowship with others to be right with God – not by good works or through anything we do, for no one is perfect. We have imperfections, but if we walk in the light of Jesus, His blood cleanses us of all unrighteousness and perfects us, and when we miss it, we know we can confess our sins and His blood washes us clean to be right with God so that we can have fellowship one with another.
We should go to churches and have fellowship to be fed and bring souls to Christ. We can select the church where we can grow.
The blood of Jesus has reconciling power. It has power to pacify the guilty conscience. Once we confess our sins, Jesus’ blood removes sins and the guilt of sin brings, once and for all.
Ephesians 2:13, refers “But now, in union with Christ Jesus you, who used to be far away, have been brought near by the blood of Christ.”