“I took all your sins into my body”.
In a dream a little while back I had this come to me. There was a chorus playing, a symphony and the lyrics were: “I took all your sins”; and then the music stopped in a cadence and the following words were spoken like many voices, like a computer voice, and they voice said: “into my body”.
And then I woke up.
I noted quickly that this action was in the first person and in the past tense, “I took”. The words were spoken directly to me and the action has already be accomplished. So, the action “I took all your sins” is completed in the past already. I sit here today and speak these words and the Voice in the dream used the Past Tense to inform me that what ever that has happened has already occurred in this action.
Now, the second part of the sentence was by a voice with no melody accompanying the voice, “into my body”. We know and are sure that the death of Yahushua accomplished this action on the moment that he with his body died upon the cross. So the action is completed.
The significance of the dream.
First of all we know from Scripture that Yahushua is the lamb of God
Upon him were laid all the sins of the world.
He tasted death for every man
The lamb of God taketh away the sin of the world.
The power of sin is the law
Sin is lawleslsness ( iniquity).
The righteousness of the Messiah/ yahushua was perfect. He was sinless.
On the third day
We also know and are sure by the WORD that this same Yahushua took back his own life by commandment of the Father. He rose up and walked from the tomb. Death could not hold him in the grave because he had NO Sin. His righteousness was perfect.
This statement came to me in the first person, past tense and was spoken directly to me in the dream.
What does this mean?
It means that I today can rise up and walk. It means today if I will hear his Voice and harden not my heart I can rise up and walk. Is it easier to say to a man rise up and walk, or to say your sins are forgiven you, but the Messiah said that we may know that the Son of Man has the power upon earth to forgive sins He says, Rise up, and walk!
I give you all my illness, all my sins, all my concerns, all my worries. You are the only one upon whom I look for help, You are t he only one to whom I resort. You are God, the supreme Elohim upon whom I rely for all my needs. I speak this in duty to you, in Love for you, in submission to your Holy Breath.
I accept this gift that you have given freely to me. No longer is this ‘He took away the sins of the World’, but to me, “I took all YOUR sins into my body”.
Oh God, Oh Father, what more can I say but Halleluyah, my King, my Savior, my Sovereign, my Friend, my Redeemer, My Provider! So Be it!