Bro Song started his sharing with the reading of the following Scriptures,
Hebrew 9:19-22, Leviticus 17:10-12, Matthew 27:50-51, Jeremiah 16:19-21.
When Jesus was crucified the earth shook and the earth cracked. Why did this happened? It was a very significant event as the Son of God died on the Cross. It was an event that took place only once in history.
According to the research of archaeologist Ron Wyatt when Jesus was crucified, His blood flowed into the cracks of the ground onto the Ark of Covenant that was located right below where the wooden Cross was placed. The blood of Jesus sprinkled on the Ark which signified that the old transited into the new.
In 1968 archaeologist Ron Wyatt discovered Golgota or “The Skull”, and he found the Ark of Covenant underground
According to Bro. Song the blood of Jesus from the scientific test done on the remains of His dried blood has one chromosome where as ordinary human blood has two chromosomes, one from the father and one from the mother. Jesus’ blood was unique it has only one chromosome.
Some say seeing is believing. But if we chose to believe God we will see. E.g the story of the Samaritan woman at the well, she chose to believe in Jesus. The Samaritan woman after coming to know God, immediately went to the village to share with the others and many came to faith.
Mother Teresa said, “it is not about how successfully you are, but it is about how faithful you are”.
Bro.Song shared another story of a man being asked by the Holy Spirit to put his arm around a young man seated two seats away from him in church. He rationalized with God and said he would not do it as the young man may think he was a gay person. But the Holy Spirit prompted him again. Finally he sat next to this young man put his arm on his shoulder and said, “Jesus loves you”. The young man was touched and he said he had prayed to God that day for someone in church to show him the love of God and he was blessed to have received His love through a fellow Christian.
Are you holy? According to the Bible we are set apart and we are to live a holy live. Living a holy life means you do not do things that kill you.
Blessed are you who did not see and yet believe.
Note: you can read more about Ron Wyatt here: http://www.covenantkeepers.co.uk/