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Jesus’ mediation is terminated!
The “time of trouble” has begun: “And at that time shall Michael stand up, the great prince
which standeth for the children of thy people: and there shall be a time of trouble such as
never was since there was a nation even to that same time; and at that
time thy people shall be delivered, every one that shall be found written in the book.” Daniel 12:1.

Jesus has promised his “saints” that, “because he lives forever, has an unchangeable priesthood; therefore he is
also able to save them to the uttermost that come unto God by him, seeing that he ever lives to make intercession for them.” Hebrews 7:24-25. “I am with you always, even to the end of the world.” Matthew
28:20. But, “as it was in the days of Noah, so shall it be also in the days of the son of man.” Luke 17:26. When

the door of the ark closed for those who would not enter, then mediation for them ceased. Jesus has ceased his work as high
priest in heaven and will soon come upon the clouds of glory as king of kings to come for his people. Mediation is
terminated for the world, but Jesus is still mediating for his “saints” at this time, abiding in them by his holy spirit.
Satan had worked to hold the people in darkness and impenitence till the savior's mediation had ended. Jesus mediated for
Judas when he was on earth, giving Judas the words of life empowered by his holy spirit inspiration, as a living
example of the benefit of the divine mediation and ministry” of Jesus from then until now. The mediation of christ
has given us communion with, and love for God, the practice of holiness, and the destruction of sin. The
reading of God's word, under the holy divine influence of Jesus’ mediation, softens, soothes,
elevates, and sanctifies the heart. Jesus’ mediation for his “saints” gives them the privilege of prayer through
his intercession. What an exalted privilege! Finite sinful beings, of dust and ashes, are admitted through the mediation of
christ, into the audience-chamber of the most high. The soul is brought into a sacred nearness with God, and is
renewed in knowledge, and true holiness, and fortified against the assaults of the enemy.

Jesus’ divine mediation and ministry in the most
holy place has given us all communion with
God through the privilege of prayer.
Jesus’ mediation for us creates in us love for God and
gives us his character of love:
Jesus’ mediation for us gives us patient endurance
and puts kindness in our character.
Jesus’ mediation makes us not envy one another.
Jesus’ mediation takes away our propensity to brag.
Jesus’ mediation takes away our pride.
Jesus’ mediation removes our inappropriate behavior.
Jesus’ mediation removes our seeking to have our
own way.
Jesus’ mediation removes our anger.
Jesus’ mediation takes away our holding of grudges.
Jesus’ mediation makes us not mindful of slights
and causes us to forget real or imaginary offenses,
discourtesies, and grievances.
Jesus’ mediation takes away our rejoicing in
iniquity or unrighteousness.
Jesus’ mediation makes us rejoice in the truth
Jesus’ mediation gives us the ability to bear all things
that happen to us.
Jesus’ mediation gives us faith to believe every
word of God that is inspired by the holy spirit.
Jesus’ mediation gives us hope in every promise that is
inspired by the holy spirit from the word of God.

Jesus’ mediation makes us able to endure all trials
and tribulations.
Jesus’ mediation makes love never fail, his mediation
keeping the faith of Jesus and commandments of God
in us. His intercessions are our salvation from sin!
Jesus’ mediation makes us holy, true “holiness, without
which no man shall see the Eternal Creator.”Heb. 12:14
Jesus’ mediation destroys sin (“sin is transgression of
the law”).
Jesus’ holy spirit mediation gives us reading, comprehension, and faith-building, “the faith of
Jesus” to know God, by understanding his
word, through the explanations of scripture, opening our minds to “be born again.”
Jesus’ mediation softens the character.
Jesus’ mediation soothes and gives peace to the mind.
Jesus’ mediation Elevates the thoughts and
practices of the life
Jesus’ mediation sanctifies and makes holy the character to keep the commandments of God and faith of
Jesus by love for God.
Jesus’ mediation changes the heart to be born again by
the word-of-God by the sealing of the holy spirit in
man’s heart by writing God’s law in the heart.
Jesus’ mediation brings us into a sacred nearness to
God, into the audience-chamber of the most high.
Jesus’ mediation fortifies “saints” from satan’s assault.

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