The Trail of Blood explores the redemption process and what we were redeemed from the onset of Jesus Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane to the Cross. The book bases on expounding the events of Jesus Christ leading up to the cross, and what we were redeemed from.
The Trail of Blood aims to help believers understand the variance between Christ, shedding His blood and dying on the cross, in an attempt not to separate the two and its effects upon our lives through differentiating sin and sins. The book intricately explores how the events of Christ give us the will power to say no, how the plucking of Christ’s beards restores our faith and how our will and desires are integrated into the same. We also try to demystify how events like piercing nails in His hands and feet, with the final act of being pierced by a spear on His side, which led to the gushing out of water and blood, symbolize our ability to have relationships that are pure, honest and just and to forgive as well.