The Most Powerful Prayer I Ever Prayed
Pleading the Blood of Jesus through prayers can be considered the most effective way of destroying the works of the enemy. The Blood of Jesus means life and the blood contains fresh power. It is that same blood that speaks better things than the blood of Abel.
For example, when you plead the blood of Jesus in prayers, you are exercising the power of God in the blood. The majority of Christians these days call the blood of Jesus for levity without considering the spiritual stand for it. You cannot joke with a virtue that has the power to kill, restore and purify. There are great testimonies from people using the blood of Jesus to wage serious war against their enemies and God fought for them. Pleading the blood of Jesus shows that you are applying the blood to your life and situations just like Israelites applied the blood of the lamb to their doorposts and were protected from destruction and attacks (Exodus 12).
The power in the blood of Jesus is powerful to save, heal, and deliver. The spiritual meaning for the blood of Jesus means forgiveness of our sins. The Bible says Jesus shed His blood on the cross of Calvary. That precious blood stands for our salvation. No, other powers can contest for that unique blood of Jesus. God has made provision for the blood as a weapon for war and protection. Pleading the Blood of Jesus is a legal term that means to stand on the spiritual rights that are “legally” ours through the Blood that Jesus shed for the forgiveness of our sins. The Blood of Jesus gives us rights over the devil and rights with God because God honors the Blood of His Son. Because we have been saved by the Blood of Jesus, we are in a Blood Covenant with God and this covenant provides for every need, including protection from accidents and satanic attacks, financial needs, emotional and physical healing, and deliverance. Exodus 12:13, “Now the blood shall be a sign for you on the houses where you are”. God gives instruction and not a suggestion. And when I see the blood, I will pass over you; and the plague shall not be on you to destroy you when I strike the land of Egypt”.