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For God So Loved the World that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life. John 3:16 KJV
The Cross of Christ greatly displays the glory of God. By it, God’s perfections/attributes shine forth with an eminent brilliance. We will briefly examine two of God’s perfections, which the cross displays, namely His strictest justice and infinite love.
Jesus’ Persistent Proclamation was Motivated by Divine Love and His Vocation. Jesus’ Love and Perfection in His Vocation Motivates us to Proclaim His Message.
Why it was necessary for Christ to be both God and man in order to be our Savior and what Jesus accomplished for us in becoming the God-Man.
I Kings 18:1-40 describes Elijah's victory over the prophets of Baal on Mt. Carmel. It also give an antidote for our idolatry
In these verses, we will first see the need for reconciliation, then we’ll look at verse 21 and take it apart to then see the source of reconciliation, the substitute for reconciliation, the recipients of reconciliation, and the results of reconciliation. In 15 Greek words of this verse, Paul clearly defines and perfectly balances the mystery of reconciliation. There is probably no clearer statement of Christ’s substitutionary atonement. This verse shows us the essence of the atonement. This verse is at the very heart of the gospel. This verse the most powerful truth in Scripture because it embraces and explains how sinful man can be reconciled to God. It gives us clear meaning on the why of Easter; on why the empty tomb; on why Jesus had to die and why He rose from the dead.