#602 - Joseph Prince - Expect Good In Times Of Trouble - Part 4
Christ has removed the sin barrier, hallelujah, when he rose from the dead, hallelujah. You know, when he died on the cross, the Bible tells us the veil in the temple was torn in two. What does that signify? That signifies the same blood that he shed that tore the veil into access into God's presence, removed our sins. The same blood removed our sins for us to go in now. Today is a new and living way.
Let all the glory belong to him alone. Can I have a good amen? Hallelujah, hallelujah.
God willingly gave up his Son because God loves you, God loves me, amen. And God gave his Son up to die on that cross. It was God's intentional purpose to send his Son.
I believe with all my heart that from this day forth when you pray, you pray yourself out of your trouble. You have the confidence that God wants you out of trouble. In fact, he invites you to pray every day, "Lord, let me not be brought into trouble, into affliction".
God said to Abraham, rather, "Now I know you love me", or you fear me, because you have given up, "you have not withheld your son, your only son", so that we can say to God, "Now I know you love me because you have not withheld your Son, your only Son, the Son that you love". Amen, friend? And that's what happened at the cross.
Be expecting to see good days. You can pray for it, amen? Don't use your mouth for, "I think the worst is yet to come". No, no, no, say, "Good days are ahead of me. The best is yet to come".