Which Drop Was For Me, Lord?
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Here I am thinking about the price You paid for my sins. Prophecy was fulfilled by Your obedience to the Father.
In days long ago, the captive Jews sacrificed lambs and placed the blood on their doorposts. This protected them from the destroying angel as it passed over. And so it is today, as I remember the blood that You shed for my sins. I have accepted the covering of Your blood in faith and have received protection from the destroying angel. Exodus 12:21-28
So which drop was for me, Lord?
The ground at the Mount of Olives was wet from the blood You sweated in agony as You thought about the death You would soon face. Sweat as drops of blood fell. Which drop was for me, Lord? Luke 22:44
As a captive before Pilate, You were hit with a rod in the face as an insult to Your kingship. The blood flowed from the wounds across Your face as the guards beat You. Which drop was for me, Lord? Luke 22:64
Two Roman guards each took turns lashing Your back until the muscle and skin was shredded and swollen. Blood flowed through the open wounds as You stood silently before their punishment. Which drop was for me, Lord?
No King is complete without a crown. They provided one for You. They wove it from a local thorn bush and planted it into Your scalp with blows from a rod. The power of the penetrations caused torrents of blood to flow through Your scalp, down Your face and into Your beard. Which drop was for me Lord? John 19:2-3
The robe they put on Your back was another insult to Your kingship. As it covered up the injuries from the lashing, it absorbed the blood and stuck to Your skin as the wounds welcomed the protective cover. But when it was ripped away, Your flesh stuck to it and more damage was done to the already painful wounds. Which drop was for me, Lord? Mark 15:15-20; Matthew 27:28-31
The heavy horizontal cross beam was placed on Your shoulders and You were ordered to carry it on the road to Calvary. Bent by the weight of the beam, You fell and Your knees met the stone pavement with a thud. Bleeding from the knees and elbows caused You more traumas. Which drop was for me, Lord? Matthew 27:32
Finally at the hilltop, You were placed on the cross beam and securely nailed to it through Your wrists. You silently bore the pain of the invasive nails as they shredded Your nervous system. Once raised to the vertical cross support, You were dropped into place and Your ankles secured with more nails. Again, your nervous system felt the excruciating pain of more nerve damage. And the blood flowed from the wounds. Which drop was for me, Lord?
Three hours of hanging there finally caused You to suffocate to death. And just to ensure that You were dead, the guard shoved a lance through Your side and into Your heart. Which drop was for me, Lord? Matthew 27:45; John 19:34
The trail of blood from the Mount of Olives to Calvary was shed in obedience to the Father’s will. Only the perfect and spotless Lamb of God could be the perfect sacrifice for the sins of the world. I thank You Father that all who recognize their need as guilty sinners and put their trust in the Savior are covered over by the blood of Jesus and the destroying angel will pass them by at the last judgment. Thank You Jesus.
Which drop was for me, Lord?
“As Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness [Numbers 21:4-9], even so must the Son of Man be lifted up, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life. For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through Him might be saved.” John 3:14-17