The Preeminence of Christ – Part 16

The Preeminence Of Christ – Part 16 We are not holy because of what we do or don’t do. We are holy because Christ obeyed God and offered Himself once for all (Hebrews 10:10). Those who think Christ has to reapply His blood every time they sin have not properly...

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The Preeminence of Christ – Part 15

The Preeminence Of Christ – Part 15 Why is the New Covenant said to be better than the Old Covenant? A. Jesus, our High Priest, is seated on the right hand of the Father; He finished His work (Heb 8:1) B. Jesus ministered in the sanctuary of the true tabernacle...

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The Preeminence of Christ – Part 14

The Preeminence Of Christ – Part 14 The High Priest represents people before God. Every time when the nation of Israel had a good high priest they would experience great favour with God. Jesus is our High Priest, and He is forever making intercession for us (Hebrews 7:25). Just like...

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The Preeminence of Christ – Part 13

The Preeminence Of Christ – Part 13 God cannot lie. We can trust every word He has ever said. If He were to break even the slightest word that He has ever promised, then the universe would self-destruct (Hebrews 1:3). But, to assure Abraham that what He promised him was...

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The Preeimenence of Christ – Part 12

The Preeminence Of Christ – Part 12 God doesn’t keep score of our sins, but He keeps score of the good we do. All our sins have been removed from us as far as the east is from the west (Psalms 103:12) through Jesus taking them unto Himself. Our sins...

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The Preeminence of Christ – Part 9

The Preeminence Of Christ – Part 9 Jesus Christ has compassion for those who are ignorant and going astray. The ministry of a high priest has always been an important aspect of the relationship between God and mankind. The high priest represents mankind before God, not the other way around...

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The Preeminence of Christ – Part 8

The Preeminence Of Christ – Part 8 We shouldn’t approach God with fear since He is seating on the THRONE OF GRACE, not the throne of judgment. The time is coming when Christ will judge all who didn’t believe in Him (Revelation 20 v 11), currently He is extending grace...

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