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Reading the Bible is essential to the spiritual growth of every Christian. "Meeting the Lamb of God" is a collection of insights that were gleaned from a reading of the Gospel of John. It describes the different ways a Christian can apply these principles in every aspect of the lives. Its purpose is to reveal that the Word of God can still be applied even this modern world.
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The concept of Christ as a Passover lamb is generally not unknown in NT or early Christian literature, as can for instance be seen in 1 Corinthians 5:7, 1 Peter 1:19 or Justin Martyr's writing (DialAbraham knew God had promised to make him the father of many nations, yet God had commanded him to sacrifice his only son by SarahMain articles: Agnus Dei (liturgy) and Agnus Dei (music)Pollard 2005 ISBN 0-521-01868-4 page 21 ^ Studies in Early Christology by Martin Hengel 2004 ISBN 0-567-04280-4 page 371 ^ New Testament Theology by Thomas RNotice, in context, the Jews, scribes and the Pharisees were questioning John about his calling and about who he was; and how John the Baptist was directing their attention away from himself and unto the ChristIf he were the forerunner of the expected Messiah, whom they thought was going to come and restore the kingdom of Israel, with great pomp and majesty, yet he claims nothing for himself? Do you see what a stumbling block this was for the scribes and Pharisees?Their hearts are compared to a coffin of dead mens bones, with all manner of corruption and defilementAs you analyze repentance, it is a true remorse over sinEThere was nothing about the appearance of John the Baptist to catch the human eye, and this is what the Pharisees found as such a stumbling blockAbraham understood that the true sacrifice was a lamb and there was going to be a burnt offeringThey were in a total state of confusion after John had refused to take any honor to himself and having denied that he was the Christ.They were slaves in Egypt, and after nine plagues, were surely hated
Bethabara was pointing to the transfer from death unto life"Notwithstanding he that is least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he." (MAT 11:11b)That’s why Paul said, “Just as sin came into the world through one man, and death through sin, and so death spread to all men because all sinned” (Romans 5:12)Jesus coming to be ".the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world," could only be accomplished by His deathJust as innocent animals had died in place of the guilty, so Christ gave His perfect life for sinful mankindThat is why God sent him[Theres true repentance.] Likewise reckon ye also yourselves to be dead indeed unto sin, but alive unto God through Jesus Christ our Lord."For our third point, let's consider the blessed truth of the gospel in John's exclamation, "Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world." 5d8a9798ff