Jesus Died for Our Sins

By Vince Finnegan

Romans 11:33-36   Today, we understand in part.

Genesis 18:25; Psalm 58:11; Psalm 89:13-14; Psalm 97:1-2; Deuteronomy 32:3-4; Deuteronomy 10:17-18; 2 Chronicles 19:17   God is righteous and has the just plan to redeem humanity.

Genesis 3:14 and 4:4   From the beginning, God’s righteous plan was that innocent blood must be sacrificed for the sins of the guilty to be remitted.

Hebrew 11:17-19   Abraham, the father of faith, offered sacrifices including his son.

Exodus 12:27-31   The innocent blood of the lamb protected Israel from the angel of death and freed them from their bondage.

Leviticus reveals the sacrifices necessary for the temporary release of sins.

Hebrews 9:1ff   Examples, shadows, types, and patterns are words that reveal the righteous plan of God with Jesus on the cross.

OLD COVENANT NEW COVENANT
Sinful high priest Sinless, the High Priest
Man’s tabernacle Perfect tabernacle
Animal blood Jesus’ blood
Holy of holies The Holy Place, heaven
Partial and temporary redemption Eternal redemption

 

Romans 3:9-18; Ephesians 2:1-3   We were dead in trespasses and sins, hopeless and helpless.

Romans 3:21-26   We are redeemed, reconciled, justified, made righteous with the blood of Jesus by the God
of justice.

Romans 5:1, 6-21   Adam’s influence on humanity was also a type for Jesus’ influence on those who believe.

Romans 8:28-39   This is now our reality because Jesus died for our sins.

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