AB-solute proof, the blood that speaks

ab-negative-rarest-blood-typeDid you know there is proof for the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ?  We even know his blood type, from the cloth wrapped around his head. 

The cloth, called the ‘Sudarium’ is kept in a Cathedral in Oviedo, Spain.   And here’s something from the evidence room:  The blood stains match those on the Turin shroud. 

Also, blood tests done on both the Sudarium and the Shroud confirmed that the blood stains on both cloths were of the same blood type: AB.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sudarium_of_Oviedo

AB blood is extremely rare.  You may not know, but there is a special need for this blood.  AB Plasma is universal and can be used for all patients regardless of their blood type.

In Exodus 12:13 which speaks of the Passover lamb, it says “The blood shall be a sign for you.”  Not only is the lamb’s blood a sign, Christ’s blood speaks a better word than that of Abel, the first man to die.  Abel’s blood called out from the ground.  This blood calls out from the word.

The night before he did, Christ said “For this is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins.  Matthew 26:28

Do you need the universal, life saving AB blood of this man who was crucified at Passover?
For those who demand evidence, I hope this humble blog post points you to the truth.
Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free (John 8:32).
Happy Easter.

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5 comments

    1. Hi Tim, Thanks for the link. I watched a poor quality video produced by him about twelve years ago. We weren’t very impressed. I got taught to do everything with excellence otherwise it doesn’t serve others well. The other problem I have with him is he never got his work peer reviewed.
      I hope you are having a good Easter wherever you are. God bless, Jo

  1. Reblogged this on Richard's Watch and commented:
    ‘Coincidentally’ amusing that after I’d prepared the previous post on the Shroud of Turin for published on Resurrection Sunday, Joanne in the antipodes, the farthest side of the globe to me, publishes this on Good Friday…

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