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Christ Shed His Blood Once

Today, I watched Daystar's so called SHARE-A-THON. They had Larry and Tiz Hutch as their guest. The Bible teaches Christ shed his blood once. Larry Hutch said Christ shed his blood seven times. What are your thoughts?

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Jesus shed blood ONCE to become the ONE AND ONLY/FINAL sacrifice for sin.
Hebrews 10:10
"we have been sanctified through the offering of the body of Jesus Christ once for all".
---more_excellent_way on 2/26/11

Just some connects: Genesis 9:4
But flesh with the life thereof, which is the blood thereof, shall ye not eat.
Leviticus 17:11
For the life of the flesh is in the blood: and I have given it to you upon the altar to make an atonement for your souls: for it is the blood that maketh an atonement for the soul.
Leviticus 17:14
For it is the life of all flesh, the blood of it is for the life thereof: therefore I said unto the children of Israel, Ye shall eat the blood of no manner of flesh:...
---Trav on 3/2/11


strongaxe. good post.
---aka on 3/1/11


Jesus shed ALL of His blood is what I say. He was pierced through for our transgressions, etc.,

The nails/steaks were driven in his hands and feet. A spear was put in His side. A crown of thorns was put on his head causing him to bleed there too. He took on all of our abuses by shedding His blood. The crown of thorns represents the mental abuse he took for us. The stripping of the garments represents the sexual abuse, and I'm running out of space to put it all here. Sorry.
---Donna5535 on 2/28/11


When the Bible talks about "shedding blood", it refers to the taking of a life, not merely spilling out of vital bodily fluids. In this sense, breaking someone's neck, strangling them, poisoning them, etc. all count as "bloodshed" (even though no blood is actually spilled), while walking on broken glass is not.
---StrongAxe on 2/28/11


\\It sounded as if he meant shed blood sacrificially seven times. With that I would disagree.\\

Like the commandments, I suppose it's in how y ou count them.
---Cluny on 2/27/11




It reads like they are "stretching" a point. You could get 7 different occasions, based on how they counted, but it was for ONE purpose, and that was His blood was shed for the forgiveness of sin. Here's one way to count seven ways, one, the flogging, two, the crown of thorns, three - six for each nail that was used in His hands and feet, and seven, for the spear that was thrust in His side. But, this numbering is not really that important - the fact that His blood was shed is what is important.
---wivv on 2/27/11


more excellent way

I hope your misinterpretation of the scriptures is erroneous through ignorance (unlearned behavior) and not intentional.

THe scriptures you pointed out were indicating that Christ was offered up once for all and once and for all to finish the old covenant and to bring in the new.

No offense intended but that is way off.
God Bless, Paul
---paul on 2/27/11


Cluny, of course they are in the Bible! It sounded as if he meant shed blood sacrificially seven times. With that I would disagree.
---Donna66 on 2/27/11


According to some devotional writers, the seven bloodsheddings are

1. The Circumcision.

2. The Agony in the Garden and bloody sweat.

3.The Scourging.

4. The Crowing with Thorns.

5. Carrying the Cross.

6. The Crucifixion

7. The Piercing of His Side.

Would you deny these are all in the Bible, Donna66?
---Cluny on 2/26/11


-- Rob :

Brother, Both could be viewed as correct... A sacrifice is an offering through the shedding of blood, and Christ was Sacrifice once for the sins of the world.

Now there are also those who wish to assign a number to the amount of times the Blood of Christ was shed.

The crown of thorns placed on the head of Christ was counted as one shedding of His Blood, then there's the puncher wounds Christ suffered in His hands, feet & side on the Cross(counted as five), and all the 'stripes' He received on His Back during the Passion were collectively counted as one shedding of His Blood... and that's how they came to the total of seven times but the number amounts to more if you count every stripe on His back individually.
---Shawn.M.T. on 2/26/11




It could depend on what he is counting as spilling of blood: three nail holes, one spear wound in the side, the crown of thorns produced punctures and blood and he no he bleed from whippings. If you count all of the abuse Christ suffered that day it would likely exceed seven times. But he only died once for the salvation of Gods Elect.
---Blogger9211 on 2/27/11


who is the heretic mentioned here? Never heard of him but I don't watch daystar or tbn. Christ died ONCE. I would love to ask him where he got scripture for this one.
---shira3877 on 2/27/11


-- Rob :

Brother, Christ was Sacrificed ONCE through the shedding of His Blood for the sins of the world.

Now there are those who wish to assign a number to the amount of times the Blood of Christ was shed, leading up to as well as on the Cross. They collectively count all the 'stripes' Christ received on His Back during the 'Passion' as one shedding of His Blood. Then there's the crown of thorns placed on His head, counted as one shedding of His Blood, and the puncher wounds He suffered in His hands, feet & side on the Cross(counted as five). That's how they came to the total of SEVEN TIMES.... but the total number is more if every stripe He received on His back is counted individually.
---ShawnM.T. on 2/27/11


I did not see this show, however I would think he was referring to the amount of times that blood left His body, rather than His atoning sacrifice as a whole.
1. Forehead, when He sweat drops of blood.
2. Face, when His beard was plucked.
3. Body, when He was scourged
4. Head, when the crown of thorns was placed
5. Feet, when nailed
6. Hands, when nailed
7. Side, when pierced.
---joseph on 2/27/11


That can get my attention away from where it belongs.
---Bill_willa6989 on 2/27/11


The Bible says that Christ shed His blood once for all time, however it also says He shed His blood in seven places. You may not have listened to the broadcast correctly. It is ONCE FOR ALL TIME in SEVEN PLACES ON HIS BODY.
---Leslie on 2/27/11


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Who on earth is Larry Hutch? And what did he mean? How did he explain this odd non-biblical comment?
---Donna66 on 2/26/11


Preachers SENSATIONALIZE every sermon and invent new teachings/doctrine in order to get more people/members to keep giving money (popularity is their goal).

In order to maintain the spiritual purity of the nation of Israel, the Levitical priesthood had to REPEATEDLY offer sacrifices to God...

Hebrews 10:11 "offering repeatedly the same sacrifices")....But when Christ had offered for all time a single sacrifice for sins, he sat down at the right hand of God".... "a SINGLE OFFERING".

Jesus shed blood ONCE to become the ONE AND ONLY/FINAL sacrifice for sin.

Hebrews 10:10
"we have been sanctified through the offering of the body of Jesus Christ once for all".
---more_excellent_way on 2/26/11


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