Hebrews 9:7-8 – But into the second went the high priest alone once every year, not without blood, which he offered for himself, and for the errors of the people: 8 The Holy Ghost this signifying, that the way into the holiest of all was not yet made manifest, while as the first tabernacle was yet standing:
Before Jesus died on the Cross, the high priest was the only person “righteous” enough to enter into the Holiest of Holies (Read Hebrews 9), but the Bible says that not even he could enter without blood. I want you to remember that, even say it aloud: not without blood. This is the sum of the whole matter; for the kingdom of God cannot function without blood. Christians should not be trying to do anything without blood. You shouldn’t try to pray, read the scripture, or make confessions without the blood. Bloodless confessions will not go any further than the ceiling and come right back down. It takes the blood of Jesus to take your prayers and confessions on to heaven.
Now notice verse 8, it talks about the Holy Ghost signifying, meaning that the Holy Ghost signed the request of the high priest in blood. Once He signs it in blood, it cannot be contested, changed or stopped.
If you continue in that same scripture passage, you will see that Christ became the last and final high priest to atone for everything once and for all. Jesus’ blood made it where no other blood or solution is required now or ever will be. Jesus’ blood gives us access to go behind the veil. We can go behind the veil at any time, but we must bring the blood with us.
When you receive a revelation of scripture or a word from God, it is a redemptive revelation and it is written in blood. The Holy Spirit will then come and endorse God’s word in blood. Once it is endorsed, God will move heaven, hell, and earth to see to it that His word comes to pass. Allow the Holy Spirit to birth blood consciousness in your souls and spirits. You have to know, without a shadow of a doubt, that whatever promise God has said to you is signed, sealed, and will be delivered by the blood.