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“Blessed Lord Offers Our Deliverance!

Ramesh C. Reddy

"For He has rescued us out of the darkness and gloom of Satan's kingdom and brought us into the Kingdom of His dear Son, who bought our freedom with His blood and forgave all our sins...It was through what His Son did that God cleared a path for everything to come to him --- all things in heaven and on earth --for Christ's death on the cross has made peace with God for all by His Blood." (Colossians 1:13-14, 18, TLB)

I asked myself what did God do for us by Christ's Blood?
1. God rescued us out of the darkness and gloom of Satan's kingdom.
2. God brought us into the Kingdom of His dear Son.
3. God cleared a path for everything to come to Him ---- all things in heaven and on earth.

I asked myself what did Jesus Christ do for us by His Blood?
1. Jesus bought our freedom with His Blood.
2. Jesus forgave all our sins by His Blood.
3. Jesus made peace with God for all by His Blood because of His death on the cross.

Observations from Hebrews:
I asked myself why Jesus alone could be the Blood donor for our lives?

"But Jesus lives forever and continues to be a Priest so that no one else is needed. He is able to save completely all who come to God through him. Since he will live forever, he will always be there to remind God that he has paid for their sins with his blood. He is, therefore, exactly the kind of High Priest we need; for he is holy and blameless, unstained by sin, undefiled by sinners, and to him has been given the place of honor in heaven. (Hebrews 7:24-26, TLB)

“Just think how much more surely the blood of Christ will transform our lives and hearts. His sacrifice frees us from the worry of having to obey the old rules and makes us want to serve the living God. For by the help of the eternal Holy Spirit, Christ willingly gave himself to God to die for our sins—he being perfect, without a single sin or fault.” (Hebrews 9:14, TLB)

For it is not possible for the blood of bulls and goats really to take away sins.  That is why Christ said as he came into the world, “O God, the blood of bulls and goats cannot satisfy you, so you have made ready this body of mine for me to lay as a sacrifice upon your altar. You were not satisfied with the animal sacrifices, slain and burnt before you as offerings for sin. (Hebrews 10:4-5, TLB)

And then he adds, “I will never again remember their sins and lawless deeds.” Now, when sins have once been forever forgiven and forgotten, there is no need to offer more sacrifices to get rid of them. And so, dear brothers, now we may walk right into the very Holy of Holies, where God is, because of the blood of Jesus.  This is the fresh, new, life-giving way that Christ has opened up for us by tearing the curtain—his human body—to let us into the holy presence of God.  And since this great High Priest of ours rules over God’s household, let us go right in to God himself, with true hearts fully trusting him to receive us because we have been sprinkled with Christ’s blood to make us clean and because our bodies have been washed with pure water. Now we can look forward to the salvation God has promised us. There is no longer any room for doubt, and we can tell others that salvation is ours, for there is no question that he will do what he says. (Hebrews 10:17-23, TLB)

And now may the God of peace, who brought again from the dead our Lord Jesus, equip you with all you need for doing his will. May he who became the great Shepherd of the sheep by an everlasting agreement between God and you, signed with his blood, produce in you through the power of Christ all that is pleasing to him. To him be glory forever and ever. Amen. (Hebrews 13:20-21, TLB)

Dear friends, God the Father chose you long ago and knew you would become his children. And the Holy Spirit has been at work in your hearts, cleansing you with the blood of Jesus Christ and making you to please him. May God bless you richly and grant you increasing freedom from all anxiety and fear. (1 Peter 1:2, TLB)

Observations/Interpretations from John:

I asked myself how the Blood was delivered to us?
I am reminded of John 3:14-17: 
"Just as Moses lifted up the snake in the desert, so the Son of Man must be lifted up, that everyone who believes in him may have eternal life. "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him." (John 3:14-17, NIV)

Jesus was lifted up on the cross to deliver us His precious cleansing Blood.

I asked myself why did Jesus mention 'Just as Moses lifted up the snake in the desert, so the Son of Man must be lifted up, that everyone who believes in Him may have Eternal life?'

Then the people came to Moses and cried out, “We have sinned, for we have spoken against Jehovah and against you. Pray to him to take away the snakes.” So Moses prayed for the people. Then the Lord told him, “Make a bronze replicaof one of these snakes and attach it to the top of a pole; anyone who is bitten shall live if he simply looks at it!” So Moses made the replica, and whenever anyone who had been bitten looked at the bronze snake, he recovered! (Numbers 21:7-9, TLB)

The people in the wilderness were dying because of the venom of the snake polluted their bodies as a result of their sins. The only way they could live again was if God intervened in their lives and they would do what God wanted them to do. In this case they were to look upon the bronze snake at the top of the pole and all who looked at it recovered from dying on the spot. In the same way, now for us to be rescued from the bondage of sin and death, we all need to look at the cross of Christ to be delivered from the poisonous venom of sin that has pervaded our bodies. When we do that the reddest antidote will be delivered to us which is the precious cleansing Blood of Christ shed on the cross of Calvary which alone can wash away our sins and make us right with God to enter His presence when we die. Jesus Himself had to be put on the pole to deliver deliverance for us. Thank you Jesus!

 "They shall see my Servant beaten and bloodied, so disfigured one would scarcely know it was a person standing there. So shall He cleanse many nations." (Isaiah 52:15, TLB)

"Yet, it was our grief He bore, our sorrows that weighed Him down. And we thought His troubles were a punishment from God, for His own sins. But He was wounded and bruised for our sins. He was beaten that we might have peace; He was lashed---and we were healed! We---every one of us---have strayed away like sheep! We, who left God's paths to follow our own. Yet God laid on Him the guilt and sins of every one of us!" (Isaiah 53:4-6, TLB)

I asked myself why the cross to deliver the Blood to us?

What came to my mind is that the CROSS was used for these purposes:
1. For the most notorious criminals.
2. For the most cursed death.
3. For the most humiliating death.
4. For the most painful death.

Jesus wanted to go through this kind of death for the mission John 3:14-17.

I asked myself, how does Jesus' actions fit into the category for the most notorious criminals?
Jesus took upon Himself to pay for all the sins
of mankind in the world which when added together become notorious. Jesus made it His mission to be the sacrificial scapegoat for humanity. He did it willingly. Since all crimes added together amount to notoriousness, this is the death Jesus became obedient to for humanity. He was not silent but accepted the penalty for all our crimes. When I say crimes, I am thinking about all of the sins of humanity. The only time He was silent was when they accused Him so that He could lay His life for us.

"He was oppressed and He was afflicted, yet He never said a word. He was brought before as a lamb to the slaughter; and a sheep before her shearers is dumb, so He stood silent before the ones condemning Him." (Isaiah 53:7, TLB)

How does Jesus' dying on the cross fit into the category for the most cursed death?
It was believed that only the worst people would die on the cross and this was so. In essence, they were cursed for their crimes in life. Now, Jesus comes into the picture and takes upon Himself all of our sins that we have committed and will commit and agrees to take the punishment of cursing because He was on Mission 3:16. When we should be cursed forever, Jesus intervenes by taking our curse so He could bless us with His mercy and grace. Thank you Jesus! Jesus does not stop there but endures a humiliating death.

"Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law by becoming a curse for us, for it is written: "Cursed is everyone who is hung on a tree." He redeemed us in order that the blessing given to Abraham might come to the Gentiles through Christ Jesus, so that by faith we might receive the promise of the Spirit." (Galatians 3:13-14, NIV)

How does Jesus' actions of dying on the cross fit into the category for the most humiliating death?
When people were to die on the cross, they were stripped naked and put on the cross. It was not a solitary event but people jeered and cheered a person dying in their nakedness. This alone would be so humiliating because you could not cover yourself even if you wanted to. Now the King of kings and the Lord of lords is facing this kind of humiliation to save humanity when Jesus did not have to but chose to go to the cross.

"They stripped him and put a scarlet robe on him, and then twisted together a crown of thorns and set it on his head. They put a staff in his right hand and knelt in front of him and mocked him. "Hail, king of the Jews!" they said. They spit on him, and took the staff and struck him on the head again and again. After they had mocked him, they took off the robe and put his own clothes on him. Then they led him away to crucify him." (Matthew 27:28-31, NIV)

In addition, when a person is on the cross they lose a lot of blood and go into shock. Sometimes it would be as if they were shivering so much and cannot do anything about it. Usually when persons are injured, they are given a lot of covering to keep them warm until help arrives. Not for those dying a humiliating death on the cross. Jesus does not stop there but goes through a painful death.

How does Jesus' actions of dying on the cross fit into the category for the most painful death and what is the significance of it?
When people were crucified, the pain was unbearable and there was no anesthetic or morphine to keep the pain from not being experienced. After being labeled notorious, cursed, and humiliated, they are now placed HANDS STRETCHED and FEET TOGETHER as NAILS are POUNDED inside the person.

"When they came to the place called the Skull, there they crucified him, along with the criminals one on his right, the other on his left. Jesus said, "Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing." (Luke 23:33-34, NIV)

Do you hear the screams and cries of pain with every hit of the HAMMER as 3 nails are pounded into the flesh of the One who did no wrong?
Other people at least committed crimes and had to face the punishment. Jesus faced it for our sake. Yes, for our sake! 

"From prison and trial they led Him away to His death. But who among the people of that day realized it was their sins that He was dying for---that He was suffering their punishment. He was buried like a criminal, but in a rich man's grave; but He has done no wrong, and had never spoken a evil word." (Isaiah 53:8-9, TLB)

Can you even imagine the pain?
An injection cannot compare anywhere close to it and yet I am afraid of needles. It is painful for me to prick my finger even when not an ounce of blood is taken.

On the day of Passover, my precious daughter Esther injured the tip of her finger and blood kept coming. When I looked at the blood my wife was wiping, my wife had tears in her eyes to see the blood drip from our precious daughter 's finger. As I think about that, how much pain Father God must have gone through to see His only begotten Son being sacrificed for the sins of the world on the cross. All the blood shed for shed for you and me.

Jesus could have died other ways but for His mission John 3:14-17, He kept the cross in mind. It is interesting that even before He went to the cross, in one of His preaching sermons, He lets the people know, "If you want to follow me, you must deny yourself, pick up your cross and follow me. Those who want to save their life will lose it but those who are willing to give it up, will save it."

Now Jesus picks up the cross and carries it until He can carry it no more and Simon of Cyrene carries it the rest of the way to Golgotha.

What is the significance of the cross?
All the other types of death would not have fulfilled Jesus' Mission 3:14-17 for humanity but the CROSS had unique reasons for fulfilling that mission. There was 3.5 litres of Jesus' blood that was shed for our sake. It flowed to redeem us when Jesus was crucified on Calvary for you and me. It is His blood that cleanses humanity of their unrighteousness, when they turn to the One who did know wrong, as Jesus paid the ultimate price for our redemption. It was at the Cross!

When Adam and Eve sinned, they realized their nakedness and tried to hide it. They tried to hide it with fig leaves but God foreshadowed what would come one day, as God provided clothing for them after killing possibly a lamb so they could be covered. A lamb or another animal paid the price so they could be covered after their sinfulness revealed their nakedness.

On the cross, Jesus became naked when He took upon Himself our sins so we could be clothed in His righteousness. He became the sacrificial Lamb so we could be clothed in His righteousness without being naked in sin. No other death would have involved nakedness.

"Look, the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!" (John 1, TLB)

I believe there is a deeper reason for death on the cross than those I thought about above. It is the significance of Passover!

When the Israelites were to escape the angel of death, they were to put blood on the door post of their door. The blood had to be from a sacrificed lamb.  It is interesting that the blood used to cover the door was placed in a horizontal and vertical way according to Scripture: "Then they are to take some of the blood and put it on the sides and tops of the doorframes of the houses where they eat the lambs." (Exodus 12:7)

If you take the horizontal post (top) with blood on it and take the vertical post (sides) with blood on it, and put them together, you get a bloody cross!

When the angel of death came during the night and saw blood on the top and sides of the doorpost, judgment decided to Passover that particular household because  God saw the place covered in blood so judgment of death decided to pass over the first born.

In the same way, Jesus' death on the cross gave us His precious Blood to all who would put it upon the door of their heart. It is the precious cleansing blood of the Lamb of God who sacrificed His life for humanity. It is undefiled and the purest antidote for our virus sin. Now, when we take His cleansing blood and ask Him to cover us, we are covered by His precious cleansing blood.

Now when God looks at us in His Holiness, He does not see sin anymore but the blood of Christ covering over us and cleansing us of all sin. Now God's judgment will Passover us and we can be with Him in Eternity. We have life because God, the Son chose to pay the price for us. He became our sacrifice to redeem us and save us.

And so through the Cross, Jesus accomplished Mission 3:14-17 for humanity. It is actually John 3:14-17 put to a mission.  Honestly, it only takes one drop of blood to wash us whiter than snow because that is how powerful Christ's blood shed on the cross for you and me is!

All the drops of blood were to save the entire human race that comes to Him!

"He was oppressed and He was afflicted, yet He never said a word. He was brought before as a lamb to the slaughter; and a sheep before her shearers is dumb, so He stood silent before the ones condemning Him." (Isaiah 53:7, TLB)

"But it was the Lord's good plan to bruise Him and fill Him with grief. However when His soul has been made an offering for sin, then He shall have a multitude of children, many heirs. He shall live again and God's program shall prosper in His hands. And when He sees all that is accomplished by the anguish of His soul, He shall be satisfied; and because of what He has experienced, my righteous Servant shall make many to be counted righteous before God, for He shall bear all their sins. Therefore I will give Him the honors of One who is mighty and great, because He has poured out His soul unto death. He was counted as a sinner, and He bore the sins of many, and He pled with God for sinners." (Isaiah 53:10-12, TLB)

There is an awesome song by Carmen called 'This Blood' and an awesome song by Ray Boltz called 'The Hammer'

I ask you now dear friend, what can the  Blood of Christ shed on the cross do for you?
Dear friend, you can either ignore the Blood of Christ or take the Blood of Christ for your transfusion of change, so His Blood can become the reddest antidote against the venomous poison of sin in your life. It is the cross Jesus used to deliver this antidote to you to cleanse you and make you clean for your Eternal redemption. I say Eternal because once you belong to Him, you will always belong to Him. It is only through the cleansing Blood of Christ can we made righteousness in the sight of God. There is no other way.

Jesus said, 'I AM the Way, I AM the Truth, I AM the Life. No one comes to the Father except through me!" (John 14:6)

It is His Blood shed on the cross of Calvary that Jesus used to fulfill His mission for you and me. The cross is more than just a symbol or jewelry to wear on your neck or a pin to put on. Jesus used the cross as an instrument to show His sacrificial love for you and me. Each time you come across a cross, I hope you get a flashback of the excruciating pain Jesus Christ went through to rescue you and me as each nail was pounded into Him! I hope you realize how much He unconditionally loves you no matter who you are, where you have been, or what you have done.  You can know you are never out of His love and never out of His reach! He loves you so much that if you were the only one living, Jesus would have still died for your sin! Yes, He would have! It was done for one reason: Christ Rescues Our Scorching Soul!
When we make a cross using our hands, it is not just a gesture but being reminded of the One who endured it and the One who now covers us by His blood because He loves us. But that is only one aspect of why Jesus shed His Blood on the cross of Calvary.

The other reason that came to my mind is a pathway. When we cross the road, we are actually crossing a pathway to reach our destination. Without a road or bridge or water we won't be able to get to the other side because they all serve as a pathway unless someone carries us. Jesus carries us to the Father.

In the same way, I see the Cross as the only pathway to reach God. When we look to the Cross of Christ, we are looking to the pathway that serves as a bridge to reach our Heavenly Father. All other means and pathways will not let us get across except the cross of Christ.

Friend, you and I cannot save ourselves apart from the Cross of Jesus Christ. He went through all He went through because He knew He alone could rescue our scorching souls. Our souls will be scorched without the One who can heal them by His blood. He wants to do that for you.

I don't know where you have been or what you have done but this I know that no matter what you have done or where you have been, you are never out of His love. He waits for you to take all your sin and bury it. He wants to give you a new life. Yes, He does friend. Now is the time of Salvation. Now is the time to acknowledge your sin and repent of it turning to the One who can cover you by His precious Blood. That is the power of the cross for you and me. Come and take Jesus' rescue friend, for it is for you.

You and I can never reach God on our own because we are filled with sin without Christ's redemption. Our goodness is filthy rags to the Lord and so He sent Christ as our ransom. The ransom has been paid. You do not have to live with a scorching soul but a saved soul. Yes, you can! Come as you are and receive your healing this Good Friday weekend.

When we make a withdrawal at the cross of Christ, we are actually taking the precious cleansing Blood He has for us to save our scorching souls. This is the best transaction of withdrawal we will ever make in life because this transaction at the cross will save us for Eternity giving us a personal relationship with Jesus Christ who wants to be our Lord and Personal Savior bringing us into His Kingdom. Jesus is the friend of sinners bringing us to Him so come as you are. 

If it ended at the cross alone without the Resurrection of Christ then we would still have no hope to reach Heaven! But the Good News is that Sunday is on the Way and the Resurrection of Christ can be celebrated each year  because Christ came back to life on the third day to save! Christ the Lord is risen! Yes, Christ the Lord is risen indeed! Hallelujah!

May you know how much you are loved by Jesus no matter who you are, what you have done or where you have been! He loves you so much that He paid the price for you and came back to life to save you! Amen!

Now won't you accept what He did for you and come into His presence and give your life to Him so He can cover the virus of sin with His cleansing blood  and making you clean?

If you want Jesus in your life, He will give you a transfusion of change! Yes, He will my friend! Pray the prayer below and mean it in your heart knowing Christ Rescues Our Scorching Souls!

At Transformers small group with Margaret, Johannnes, Stacey, Tolani, Mike, Daniel, Chen Xi, Chloe, Sarah we learned about the power of Christ's Blood in our lives as we studied Hebrews.

In Summary, the Blood of Christ gives us Eternal Redemption, gives us a clear conscience from acts that lead to death so we can serve the Living God, only way for the forgiveness of our sins, heals us where we are, etc.

"Blessed Lord Offers Our Deliverance!"/"What can the Blood of Christ shed on the cross do for you?"

Dear Jesus, thank you so much for loving me so much and thank you for choosing the cross to die for me. You became the Son of Man and lived here on earth. Then you humbled yourself and became obedient to death-even death on the cross. Thank you for dying on the cross for my sin. You died on the cross so that I can be covered in your blood and cleansed by your blood of my sin as I acknowledge that I need you and cannot enter Heaven without you being my pathway.   So, Jesus I confess all my sins to you and all the ways I have tried to get into Heaven when you already provided the means and the Way. Thank you for all that you have done for me for being my Life. "The cross is the place, a wonderful place where accused and condemned find mercy and grace. Thank you Jesus, it is at the cross where the wrongs we have done and the wrongs done to us were nailed at the cross. Thank you Jesus, at the cross you died for our sins and at the cross you gave your life for us." (At the cross song)  Please forgive me of all my sin and make me new. I repent of my sin. Thank you for coming back to life to save us. Thank you Jesus for being there for me! Thank you for loving me. I love you Jesus! I need you Jesus. Help me Jesus. Please take me as I am and make my life into something that you will be proud of. I surrender my life to you and need your help to live for you. I am forever grateful for what you have done for me and I can never repay you. I want to live for you and need your help. Help me Jesus please. Please come into my heart and make my heart your home so I can serve you faithfully.  I thank you Jesus for saving me! Thank you for hearing my prayer and answering me. Whatever your will give me the willingness and strength to bear it with joy.  I acknowledge you as my Lord and Personal Savior! Thank you Jesus for being my Lord and personal Savior. Thank you Jesus, you have heard my prayer and answered me. Thank you I belong to you. In Your Name I Pray precious Jesus! Amen!

 If you want to give your life to the Lord and make Him Lord of your life, please don't wait. You can ask Him into your life right now. A Christians' road in life is not easy nor peachy but it is worth it. Belonging to the One who created you and loves you with unconditional love is the one you need to belong too. No matter what you have done or where you have been, the Lord reaches out to you with His loving arms of love. If you have been a Christian and feel like you have gone away from the Lord, you can come back to Him and rededicate your life to Him. He will take you in and love you with unconditional love. Do not let guilt stop you from coming to the Lord. He loves you so much and cares for you! Come, Come to the Lord!

Dear Lord Jesus, I do not know everything I need to know about you. But, I heard that you love me so much and you are the Light. You said if I come to you, I will not stay in darkness. I come to you Lord as I am with all my baggage. I ask you to take it all from me and give me a new beginning.  I know all the sins in my life have affected me and I need you now. I am willing to give my life to you and ask you for forgiveness. Please forgive me of my sins and come into my heart. Please make my heart your home. Live in me Jesus and I choose to live for you and serve you the rest of the days of my life. There are certain habitual sins in my life that you alone can help me overcome and I rely upon you. Thank you Jesus. I thank you that you want to be my Lord and Personal Savior. Please be in control of my life. I thank you when you forgive me, you give me a new clean slate and I can have a new beginning.  I confess you as my Lord and Personal Savior and believe in my heart that you died for me and rose again to give me eternal life that I can one day spend eternity with you forever. Thank you Jesus! Thank you, you have heard my prayer and answered me. I belong to you and you will take care of me. Thank you Jesus! In Your Name I Pray Jesus! Amen!

You may have felt something, you may have not, but the important thing to know is that Jesus Christ is in your life! Don't just go by feelings.

If you have prayed this prayer and meant it genuinely in your heart, you made one of the most important decisions in your life. Please let me know as I would like to send you a free booklet or give it to you in person, to help you in your daily walk with the Lord. I have read this booklet more than 20 times.

Feel free to email me at if you want to meet to study the Bible, pray with, talk about Spiritual issues or whatever is on your mind! My number is 412-641-9426

"This is my work and I can do it only because Christ's mighty energy is at work within me." (Colossians 1:29, TLB)

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"Why should a P.A.L.M branch matter in your life?"  By Ramesh C. Reddy (March 23, 13, 10:44 a.m.)

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Psalm 138:3,8: “Why Even Bother Praying?” By Ramesh C. Reddy (Sat, March 29, 14, 06:35 a.m.)

Proverbs 15:4: “What's Up With Your Tongue?” By Ramesh C. Reddy (Thurs, March 20, 14, 09:29 a.m.)

Psalm 119:132-133: “Breathe In Bible, Live Eternally! (B.I.B.L.E)” By Ramesh C. Reddy (Wed, March 19, 14, 11:38 a.m.)

Proverbs 17:9: “Faithfully Acknowledge Messiah's Infinite Love Yourself! (F.A.M.I.L.Y)” By Ramesh C. Reddy (Tues, March 17, 14, 12:01 p.m.)

John 15:4-5: "Valiantly Immanuel Nurtures Enthusiastically!" (V.I.N.E) By Ramesh C. Reddy (Sat, March 15, 14, 10:40 a.m.)

Proverbs 15:4: “Everyday Now Christ Often Uplifts, Reaching All Generations Everywhere Mightily, Encouraging Nurturing Truth. (E.N.C.O.U.R.A.G.E.M.E.N.T)” By Ramesh C. Reddy (Sat, March 08, 14, 07:38 a.m.)

John 10:14-16: "Who will you make your S.H.E.P.H.E.R.D in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Sat, March 01, 14, 12:21 p.m.)

“Please Rest On Messiah's Infinite, Saving, Eternal Scriptures. (P.R.O.M.I.S.E.S)” By Ramesh C. Reddy (Wed, Feb 26, 14, 08:36 a.m.)

Psalm 86:4: "When do you place a C.A.L.L to the Lord?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Mon, Feb 24, 14, 10:32 a.m.)

Psalm 50:14-15: "When do you T.R.U.S.T in the Lord?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Wed, Feb 18, 14, 11:34 a.m.)

1 Corinthians 13:4-8: "How will you be someone's Valentine using 16?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Feb 14, 14, 9:24 a.m.)

"How can F.O.O.T.B.A.L.L be used to explain God's Word working in different hearts? By Ramesh C. Reddy (Feb 01, 2014, 9:44 a.m.)

Audio: "What will your P.R.E.S.E.N.T look like in 2014?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Jan 04, 14, 9:33 a.m.)

"What will your P.R.E.S.E.N.T look like in 2014?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Jan 02, 14, 6:26 a.m.)


Audio: "How do you relate to the S.H.E.P.H.E.R.D.S this Christmas season?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Dec 26, 13, 11:55 a.m)

"How has your L.O.V.E influenced others in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Dec 20, 13, 06:15 p.m)

"What does your P.R.A.I.S.E report consist of?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Dec 18, 13, 07:23 a.m)

"What does God do with your D.O.U.B.T.S  in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Dec 17, 13, 10:47 a.m)

"What K.I.N.G.D.O.M will you be part of in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Dec 16, 13, 10:55 a.m)

"What does it mean to experience the F.A.V.O.R of the Lord ?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Dec 14, 13, 7:17 a.m)

"What can G.R.E.E.T.I.N.G.S do for you and others in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Dec 07, 13, 6:19 a.m)


"What are A-Z things you have witnessed that you can give T.H.A.N.K.S.G.I.V.I.N.G to the Lord for?"By Ramesh C. Reddy (Thurs, Nov 28, 13, 11:51 a.m.)

Mark 8:34: "Why D.E.N.Y youself in the one life you have to live?"By Ramesh C. Reddy (Sat, Nov 16, 13, 08:13 a.m.)

Philippians 4:9: "How do you know your P.E.A.C.E is real?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Sat, Oct 19, 13, 08:17 a.m.)

Philippians 4:9: "What kind of S.O.L.D.I.E.R will you be?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Sat, Oct 12, 13, 11:29 a.m.)

Psalm 139:13-18: "Who cares for your B.I.R.T.H.D.A.Y in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Sat, Oct 05, 13, 1:00 p.m.)

Philippians 4:8: "What is your T.H.I.N.K.I.N.G based on?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Mon, Sept 25, 13, 10:29 a.m.)

Philippians 4:6-7: "How do you handle A.N.X.I.E.T.Y in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Sat, Sept 21, 13, 08:18 a.m.)

Philippians 4:4: "When do you R.E.J.O.I.C.E in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Sat, Sept 14, 13, 12:36 p.m.)

Philippians 4:5: "What measure of G.E.N.T.L.E.N.E.S.S do you have?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Mon, Sept 09, 13, 12:03 p.m.)

Philippians 4:3: "How have you C.A.M.P.A.I.G.N.E.D for Jesus Christ in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Sat, Sept 06, 13, 07:17 a.m.)

Philippians 4:2: "How do you respond to a P.L.E.A.D in life?"By Ramesh C. Reddy (Wed, Sept 04, 13, 12:00 p.m.)

Philippians 4:1: "Where do you S.T.A.N.D on love in your life?"By Ramesh C. Reddy (Tues, Sept 03, 13, 12:00 p.m.)

1 Thessalonians 1:3: "What does your L.A.B.O.R show in life?"By Ramesh C. Reddy (Mon, Sept 02, 13, 10:04 a.m.)

Philippians 3:18-19: "Why shed your T.E.A.R.S for others in life?"By Ramesh C. Reddy (Wed, Aug 21, 13, 08:26 a.m.)

Philippians 3:15-17: "Who are what are you willing to P.A.T.T.E.R.N your life after?"By Ramesh C. Reddy (Mon, Aug 19, 13, 10:08 a.m.)

Philippians 3:12-14:"How can you deal with the P.A.S.T in your life?"By Ramesh C. Reddy (Mon, Aug 15, 13, 04:21 a.m.)

Philippians 3:1-11: "Why for R.E.F.O.R.M.A.T.I.O.N you need the transaction of the cross?"By Ramesh C. Reddy (Wed, Aug 14, 13, 05:55 p.m.)

Philippians 2:25-30:"When will your H.O.M.E.C.O.M.I.N.G begin?"By Ramesh C. Reddy (Tues, Aug 13, 13, 10:39 a.m.)

Philiippians 2:20-24:  "How can you Q.U.A.L.I.F.Y well in other people's lives?"By Ramesh C. Reddy (Fri, Aug 09, 13, 08:38 a.m.)

Philippians 2:17-19:  "When do you live out your F.A.I.T.H  in life?"By Ramesh C. Reddy (Thurs, Aug 08, 13, 03:19 a.m.)

Philippians 2:14-16:  "What does your B.E.H.A.V.I.O.R do for others in life?"By Ramesh C. Reddy (Wed, Aug 07, 13, 12:03 p.m.)

Philippians 2:13:  "How do you W.O.R.K out your Salvation?"By Ramesh C. Reddy (Mon, Aug 05, 13, 01:33 p.m.)

Philippians 2:13:  "What path have you taken for S.A.L.V.A.T.I.O.N in your life?"By Ramesh C. Reddy (Mon, Aug 05, 13, 01:33 p.m.)

Philippians 2:12-13:  "What is the point of O.B.E.D.I.E.N.C.E in life?"By Ramesh C. Reddy (Sat, Aug 03, 13, 01:28 p.m.)

Philippians 2:9-11: "How do you handle the N.A.M.E of Jesus in life?"By Ramesh C. Reddy (Fri, Aug 02, 13, 07:58 a.m.) 

Philippians 2:8: "What can the C.R.O.S.S do for you in life?"By Ramesh C. Reddy (Thurs, Aug 01, 13, 08:03 a.m.)

Philippians 2:5-7:"How do you match Jesus' A.T.T.I.T.U.D.E in life?"By Ramesh C. Reddy (Wed, July 31, 13, 10:50 a.m.)

Mark 10:6-9: "What does Jesus want for your M.A.R.R.I.A.G.E in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Tues, July 30, 13, 11:24 a.m.)

Philippians 2:3-4:  "How do you respond to God's C.O.M.M.A.N.D.S in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Mon, July 29, 13, 09:53 a.m.)

Philiippians 2:1-2: "What C.O.N.D.I.T.I.O.N are you in?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Sat, July 27, 13, 11:42 a.m.)

Philippians 1:29-30: "How do you handle S.U.F.F.E.R.I.N.G in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Fri, July 26, 13, 10:02 a.m.)

Philippians 1:27-28: "How do you C.O.N.D.U.C.T yourself in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Thurs, July 25, 13, 11:17 a.m.)

Philippians 1:22-26: "What are your C.H.O.I.C.E.S based on?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Wed, July 24, 13, 09:50 a.m.)

Philippians 1:21: "Why D.I.E for Christ?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Mon, July 22, 13, 3:33 p.m.)

Philippians 1:21: "Why L.I.V.E your life to be appreciated by others?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Fri, July 19, 13, 10:20 a.m.)

Philippians 1:20: "Where do you need to have C.O.U.R.A.G.E in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Thurs, July 18, 13, 05:17 a.m.)

Philippians 1:19: "Who should you C.A.L.L often in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Wed, July 17, 13, 09:41 a.m.)

Philippians 1:19: "What reason do you have to R.E.J.O.I.C.E in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Tues, July 16, 10:23 a.m.)

Philippians 1:15-18: "How are your M.O.T.I.V.E.S in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Mon, July 15, 04:57 a.m.)

Philippians 1:12-14:"What have your C.H.A.I.N.S done to others in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Thurs, July 11, 10:40 a.m.)

Philippians 1:12: How can you A.D.V.A.N.C.E the Gospel?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Wed, July 10, 11:46 a.m.)

Philippians 1:9-11: "What is your L.O.V.I.N.G response based on?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Mon, July 07, 03:24 a.m.)

Philippians 1:7-8: "How can your A.F.F.E.C.T.I.O.N grow towards others in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Thurs, June 27, 10:21 a.m.)

Philippians 1:7-8: "Why can you only be saved by G.R.A.C.E alone?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Wed, June 26, 10:42 a.m.)

Philippians 1:3-6: "Where are you C.O.N.F.I.D.E.N.T in?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Tues, June 25, 12:42 p.m.)

Philippians 1:3-6: "How can you attain a P.A.R.T.N.E.R.S.H.I.P in the Gospel?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Mon, June 24, 11:22 a.m.)

Philippians 1:1-3: "How will others R.E.A.C.T towards God when they remember you?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (Sat, June 22, 11:34 a.m.)

Philippians 1:1-2: "Why bother to let others T.R.A.I.N you when you are already a leader?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (June 21, 10:58 a.m.)

Philippians 1:1-2: "When do you B.L.E.S.S others in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (June 20, 08:33 a.m.)

Philippians 1:1-2: "Who will you be a S.L.A.V.E to in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (June 19, 1:26 p.m.)

Philippians 1:1: "Why should you believe you are H.O.L.Y instead of a sinner?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (June 17, 11:38 p.m.)

Psalm 46:1: "Where do you need R.E.F.U.G.E from?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (June 14, 08:30 a.m.)

Proverbs 14:12: "Why seek God's R.I.G.H.T over our right?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (June 14, 08:30 a.m.)

Psalm 42:5: "Why H.O.P.E and praise the Lord in your distress?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (June 13, 01:36 p.m.)

Psalm 40:1-5: "Where do you need to be L.I.F.T.E.D up in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (June 13, 01:34 p.m.)

Mark 9:28-29: "What can P.R.A.Y.E.R to Jesus do in your friends lives?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (June 11, 07:53 a.m.)

Mark 2:2-5: "What kind of F.R.I.E.N.D will you be thought of as?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (June 10, 07:03 a.m.)

Mark 3:14-15: "Why S.P.E.N.D time with Jesus daily?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (June 08, 11:07 a.m.)

Psalm 34:4: "What can you do with your F.E.A.R.S in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (June 07, 2013, 8:43 a.m.)

Psalm 33:4: "What will you do with F.A.I.T.H in your classes?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (June 05, 2013, 9:31 a.m.)

Mark 1:43-44: "What does your disobedience C.A.U.S.E for others in life?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (June 03, 2013, 2:57 a.m.)

Mark 1:41-42: "What past do you need to be C.L.E.A.N from?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (May 31, 2013, 10:54 a.m)

Proverbs 29:25: "Where will you take a S.T.A.N.D without wavering?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (May 30, 2013, 07:43 a.m)

Matthew 18:21-22:"Why F.O.R.G.I.V.E when it will happen again?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (May 29 2013, 09:35 a.m)

Psalm 27:14:"How do you C.O.P.E with your hurt?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (May 27, 2013, 11:13 a.m)

John 12:24:"Who do you remember physically and spiritually on this M.E.M.O.R.I.A.L day?" By Ramesh C. Reddy (May 27, 2013, 11:13 a.m)

"What has the law P.E.R.M.I.T.T.E.D you to do but it goes against the Lord?"  By Ramesh C. Reddy (May 09, 2013, 6:57 a.m)

"Who do you become an A.T.T.R.A.C.T.I.O.N to and why?"  By Ramesh C. Reddy (May 08, 2013, 6:58 a.m)

"What has A.N.G.E.R done to your relationships?"  By Ramesh C. Reddy (April 29, 13, 1:28 p.m.)

"How can the L.I.G.H.T impact your life?"  By Ramesh C. Reddy (April 06, 13, 11:48 a.m.)




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