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Born without sexual desire

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13. Born without sexual desire. [“God's Blood was in Him.”]

ACTS 20:28

Take heed therefore unto yourselves, and to all the flock, over the which the Holy Ghost hath made you overseers, to feed the church of God, which he hath purchased with his own blood.

55 Now, look, I want you to notice something. Then when this, the only way that God Himself could ever redeem this man, was to come down and take his place. And that was a law that was given by Moses, of redemption, that it had to be through a kinsman redeemer; a man first who was worthy, a man who was worth the price, a man then who would make his public testimony and redeem the lost estate of somebody that had fallen. And then God was worthy. He came down some nineteen hundred years ago in the form of a Baby borned in a manger, overshadowed by the Holy Ghost, not born by sexual desire. He was God. God's Blood was in Him.

The baby is always the blood of its father, never of its mother. We all know that. Without... I've taught that before, here in times. And you know that the baby has not one speck of its mother's blood in it, not a bit. No, nothing does. It's always the blood of the male.

A hen can lay an egg, but if it isn't fertile, it'll never hatch. No matter how pretty the egg is, and how well she warms it, it'll always be unfertile. It'll lay right there and rot (That's right.), unless the male bird has been with the female bird, and the germ of life comes from the male.

58 Therefore, when Mary, knowing not a man, she was with the Male, God, the Almighty Jehovah, and He overshadowed her, and God is the Creator that created a Blood cell in the womb of Mary, knowing no man at all. And that brought forth the very creative Blood of God to redeem us from our life coming in here being born by sexual desire.

31 Now, I know somebody says, "He was the Jewish blood." You hear the Jews say that. He wasn't Jewish blood, and neither was He Gentile blood. He was the Blood of God. He had neither Jewish... He wasn't neither Jew nor Gentile. He was God. "A--a--a virgin shall conceive."

Now, I know many of you people and the Protestants think that the egg was Mary's. And the--the hemoglobin which comes, the life comes in the blood cell. Because a hen can lay an egg; without being with the male bird, it won't hatch, because it's not fertile. Life comes from the bloodstream, which comes from the male sex. But in this case there was no male sex, so the Life in the blood, it had to come from God alone, and He created a Blood cell in the womb of Mary. God Himself, the Creator Himself, created a Blood cell. Now, look. They say, "Well, it was the body. Mary had the egg." No, sir. She was not no egg. If it was an egg, you cannot get the sperm without a sensation. And if he--she had a sensation, what do you have God doing?

He created both egg and Blood. That's exactly what He was. "We handled God," the Bible said. I Timothy 3:16, "Without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifested in the flesh. We handled Him with our hands." That body was God. Certainly was. He was God all over, in a form of a human being.

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