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I find it absolutely amazing that there are just so many people using words they just simply don’t comprehend or understand the meaning of it. The most famous one the: “plead” word. I am writing this letter with the utmost respect and fear, knowing that it touches the most Sacred of topics aptly the Blood of Jesus the Christ.

Folks, please allow me to be your informant, the word plead is quite a common term in the judicial office. Should a party be found to appear in court:

One is faced with two answers:

1.) I plead guilty, or

2.) I do not plead guilty

And there are two parties present aptly:

1.) Being the defendant, the other

2.) Being the one pressing charges (or accusation)

At this point in time, you are not in err unless proven guilty of any a kind of crime, fault or sin for all illustration purposes.

At the point of accepting the way of the “guilt“, you will institutionally be escorted to a 4 x 4 m cell.

Each country presents its own court of law and legal system. This legal system is mandated, the most absolute governing measure stick for the soundness of a person, group and ultimately for a nation.

The outcomes of the jury or any claims court are most absolute. The final verdict is at the very moment when the charge or accusation is proven as a matter of facts.

Now, the fact might be, your a sinner.

Let us reroute to the beginning and take a more in-depth look at the word: “Plead”.

There are two judging scenarios, either:

1.) You judge yourself, or

2.) God will see to it, but Thankfully and Gracefully we have the Blood of Jesus the Christ.

When our adversary the devil starts to fume at us, breathing up our necks with condemnation and guilt, one might fall into the snare of the fowler. The fowler sets its trap, it is just a matter of fear and you are in it.

When we enforce the POWER OF THE BLOOD and PLEAD THE BLOOD OF JESUS, you, in turn, are actually saying: “Listen here you devil, I plead the Blood. I will not plead guilty or be apologizing.

The totality of the BLOOD OF JESUS speaks beyond any a kind of sin or transgression in your life, hate which in turn serves to murder, for which it’s penalty its death.

You can not say, oh I don’t love so and so, but hey! I love the Lord. If you can’t love your fellow earthlings with respect, you just won’t even get to the point where you can approach the Living God.

I have listened to so many people pray, they are utterly confused whom to pray to, do I pray to Jesus? Or do I jump around between the Holy Trinity? We pray to the Father, through Jesus Christ, by the Holy Spirit.

My people perish due to a lack of knowledge. Here is the KEY everyone has been searching for when pleading the Blood over themselves. This is not correct, however not wrong, God knows what you mean by it. When we PLEAD THE BLOOD OF JESUS, in turn, we are making a radical statement.

Humbly and with the fear of the Lord, I have to say this unto you. You have been praying wrong, quite simply seen because the word “Plead” is the very first word you have to deal with when you are being accused by Satan.

This is the point, pleading the BLOOD, overwrites all err and sin in your life, and God the Father, THE JUDGE, will set you free.

Please never take the topic of the BLOOD lightheartedly. Jesus is our only hope, the Mediator between you and God the Father, leaving Satan without any a kind of foothold in your life.

Next time you find yourself in front of God, it might be too late for you. That is what we call Judgement day.

Be quick to repent. Premeditated sin is serious, deadly, and usually leaves its victims in absolute peril.

How you respond to this accusation is key. Boldy according to the Apostle Paul, we may enter into the throne room of God. When we have our accuser on our left, and Jesus on our right.


Thank you, Father, for Jesus Christ, through Whom, we have access to the throne room, and there we may lay our PLEA, and inside should read…”I PLEAD THE BLOOD OF THE LAMB”.

By Jaco Basson