Jesus, the Lamb

2020 Nov 18

Vision: I was with Jesus, and I saw a lamb run up to us. I’m a sucker for cute animals and I patted it and held it lovingly. The lamb had a red ribbon tied in a bow around its neck. When I realised what this meant, I cried. I said “I wish you didn’t have to die”. He said gently “I chose to, because I love you”. By “you”, He meant all of us. 

He gave me a red ribbon and a pen. He said “write on this all of your sins, all of your hurts, your infirmities, your problems and curses”. I took a while going through my life and everything I’ve done wrong and suffered. It really took a while, I’m far from perfect! I cried while doing this and said sorry and repented for everything. I have already repented before many times, but I asked Him if I’ve missed anything and He brought up memories of stuff, so I wrote down everything I thought of and wrote at the end “and everything else…”. I also wrote down all my infirmities and problems I’m struggling with in my life. I wrote down my children’s stuff too on their behalf.

Then He got me to tie it onto the lamb. He said “I’m taking all this away from you and you are free of it”. The lamb died and disappeared into Him, because He is the lamb. His hands bled out. I said “thank you!” and He hugged me.


Jesus is the lamb who takes away our sin. Before Jesus died, Israel used to have a scapegoat to carry away their sins on Yom Kippur/Day of Atonement every year. The priest would confess the nation’s sins over the goat and also tie a red cloth or string to the goat and let it go into the wilderness. God would turn the cloth/string white to indicate the sins were forgiven. After Jesus died the cloth would not turn white anymore for the Jews. That’s because Jesus has replaced the scapegoat.


The scapegoat ritual: Leviticus 16:1-34

“Come now, and let us reason together,” Says the LORD, “Though your sins are like scarlet, They shall be as white as snow; Though they are red like crimson, They shall be as wool.”  Isaiah 1:18

The next day he saw Jesus coming toward him, and said, “Behold, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world! John 1:29

Saying with a loud voice, “Worthy is the Lamb who was slain, to receive power and wealth and wisdom and might and honor and glory and blessing!” Rev 5:12

This was to fulfill what was spoken through the prophet Isaiah: “He took up our infirmities and bore our diseases.” Matthew 8:17

Ps. To all those waiting for words, I’m still working on it, please be patient. It’s actually quite difficult for me to get into the spirit with the Lord as my life is chaotic and busy (I have 4 children and homeschool 2 of them!). Also my state has just gone into full lockdown as of midnight last night. So I am home with my family for next 6 days at least. I do my best to find a quiet moment when I can ask God for words for people. Please do ask me if you need one though and I’ll add your name to the list and I will do them ASAP. Trust me God LOVES you and most likely has a word for you. God bless! 

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2 thoughts on “Jesus, the Lamb

  1. Hi daughter of God,
    My name is Patty , I would love a word from God. I’m struggling so much with un worthiness and wanted to hear his voice. Time is so short, not sure I’ll make it:(.
    Thank you , Patty

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