Notes On The And The Death Of Jesus

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Hebrews 4:14-16 Content After paying the penalty of sin, Jesus ascended to the Father. Jesus is our holy Great High Priest who empathizes and intercedes for us. Our confidence lies in Him. Jesus has been tempted in every way we are and has dealt with the same weaknesses we deal with and still remained sinless. Application Because Jesus faced the Father after paying the penalty of our sins I know that my sins have been forgiven and His holiness has been restored. He has taken away my sins and made me righteous in His death. I too approach the Father with any concerns I have, trusting him to forgive me and take care of me. Christ as my intercessor prays for me. I call on him in any trial because while he was on earth he experienced all…show more content…
We do not know God except through His Son. Therefore it is impossible to know God while ignoring the teachings and life of His Son. Jeremiah 23:5-6 Content God will raise a Son of David. He will do what is wise, just, and right. In fact, He is (defines) just and right. This Son will save God’s people. He will be righteous and He will be the Lord. Application This verse shows that the Son of God is both divine and human. He will be born a human, yet he will be the King—not an earthly king like the Israelites expected though. While still human, He is the King of the universe. I cannot separate the divine from the humanity of Jesus because without either, we are not saved. Daniel 7:13-14 Content Jesus did not lose His divine attributes as the son of God when He was humbled to a human being as the Son of Man: The Father presented the Son of Man with authority, glory, power, and dominion. All the people worshipped Him. Application Jesus is the only human worthy of worshipping. I would be mistaken to believe that Jesus Christ is only a great prophet and teacher or a martyr. His humanity does not limit his divine character. Jesus is worthy of my praise. I will worship Him as I do my Heavenly Father because He is one and the same. Philippians 2:6-8 Content Christ Jesus has the attributes of being fully divine, but he did not always use them. He humbled Himself to be a human
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