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1.The substitutionary work of Christ
  The substitutionary work of Christ -- Isa.53; Mat.20:28; Mk.2:45; Jn.8:46; 10:11; Rom.5:6-8; 1Cor.5:7; 15:3; 2Cor.5:14-21; 1Pet.2:22-24;3:18-21; Heb.2:4; 10:1-4 The substitutionary work of Christ involves the fact that Christ is a substitute for sin and explores the heart of the text declaring the meaning of Christ's death: "When Thou shalt make His soul an offering for sin" {Isa.53:10} Included in the substitutionary work of Christ is the vicarious nature of His death. Vicarious suffering is suffering endured by one person in the stead of another. The Bible clearly teaches that Christ died in our place.

2. Redemption by Blood
  Redemption by blood -- 1Pet.1:18-21; Heb.9:12,22; Gal.3:10-13; 2Pet.2:1; Titus2:14 God has two opposing, yet eternal, desires in His nature. First, God wants to let man go free, hence, God is satisfying His desire to be good and loving. On the other hand, God must punish every violation of a crime to the degree of its criminality, to satisfy His justice. Both desires in God were satisfied when He found another person to suffer the punishment of criminality, allowing man to go free (Gen.22:8). To carry out this transaction, God's Son, JESUS CHRIST, satisfied man's violation of God's law. Christ was born without sin, lived a perfect life, neither breaking the Law or deserving its criminality. Christ took upon Himself criminality that had been accumulated by every man. Christ suffered in the place of man. Since punishment must be eternal and complete, Christ suffered ultimately for all criminality. Christ gave His own blood a ransom for sin, hence redeeming the lost.

3. Propitiation
  Propitiation -- Heb.2:17; Rom.3:25; 1Jn.2:2 Propitiation properly signifies the turning away of wrath by an offering. In the New Testament this idea is conveyed by the use of hilaskomai, hilasterion and hilasmos. The biblical terms for propitiation denotes the fact that satisfaction was made for the sins of the world by Christ's death. The justice of God had been offended by the sin of mankind. The sin could not be retracted and the nature of God could not forgive the sinner without a payment of satisfaction. This payment was the blood of JESUS CHRIST. The Bible teaches that Jesus is the propitiation for the world.

4. The demands of the law satisfied
  The demands of the law satisfied -- James 2:10; Col.2:!4-15; Eph.2:15-16; Mat.5:17 God's moral nature was offended when man broke His law and partook of the fruit. Everyone sinned in Adam, the head of the Human race, and was guilty before God. The law could not be abrogated because it was a reflection of God's holy character. One aspect of the "Good News" is that JESUS CHRIST satisfied all the demands of the law against all persons; even those that have rejected Him.

5. Reconciliation
  Reconciliation -- Col.1:21; Eph.2:16; Man is now in a favorable position with God because of reconciliation. This does not imply man is saved; man is placed in a save-able position. God is able to look at the Old Testament saint in anticipation of Christ's death as easily as He sees the New Testament saints in the shadow of the cross.

6. Judgment of the sin nature
  Judgment of the sin nature -- Ro.6:6; 8:1; Gal.2:20; 2Cor.5:17 The judgment of the sin nature is a positional result where JESUS CHRIST in His death paid the penalty for sin and dealt judicially with the believer's old nature.

7. Basis of daily cleansing
  Basis of daily cleansing -- Gal.3:24-25; 1Jn.1:1-10 When Christ died for the sin of the world, He dealt with the legal and judicial obligation to God. This was not a limited act, but CHRIST dealt with all sin of all mankind of all ages. There is a difference between judicial and personal guilt. Judicial guilt is the non-experiential condition of a sinner who stands guilty before God. They are born in sin. They have a sin nature and they personally commit sin. Personal sin is experiential in nature and becomes a means by which a sinner is convicted of his sins. The Christian is to walk in the Light. The Light of the sacrifice of CHRIST that is able to keep you from falling. {Jude 24}

8. The basis of forgiving sins committed before the cross
  The basis of forgiving sins committed before the cross Heb.10:4; 9:28; Ro.3:25 Many Christians have wrongly thought that the blood of lambs sacrificed in the Old Testament were the basis for forgiving sin. Some are just as wrong in thinking that when a Jew attempted to keep the law, it was the basis of his sanctification. In every dispensation a person was saved by faith through grace. The law was kept as an expression of his obedience and fellowship to God, and on the same basis he offered blood sacrifices to God. The blood sacrifice was a type that pictured the coming of Christ; "The Lamb of God that taketh away the sin of the world"{Jn.1:20}. As a pre-figure, it portrayed the coming sacrifice that would atone for the sin of the world. "Whom God hath set forth to be a propitiation through faith in his blood, to declare his righteousness for the remission of sins that are past" {Rom 3:25} Clearly, the offering of Christ dealt with the sins committed before Calvary.

Salvation is has always been by grace through faith, based on the Blood in response to belief in the heart. {This explains why Christ in Revelation is said to be the LAMB slain from the Foundation of the earth. (Rev.13:8)}
  




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