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Blood on the Table—Part 16—Forgiveness

We are looking at Ephesians and Colossians for their teaching on forgiveness. Two verses remain, in these books, that we must treat, Ephesians 4.32 and Colossians 3.13. The goal, as consistently in these studies, is to see the impact of … Continue reading

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Blood on the Table—Part 15—Forgiveness

When we turn to Paul, we find crucial implications for forgiveness that flows from the blood of Christ. First, there are people who have their sins forgiven, whose sins God is not now keeping a record of: “Blessed are they … Continue reading

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Blood on the Table—Part 14—Forgiveness

In the last post we defined guilt. Now we turn to forgiveness. We immediately face a problem with this idea since the Bible uses it in different ways. In some passages, it is a release from the necessity of paying … Continue reading

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Blood on the Table — Part 2

Blood is such an important idea in the Bible, it will take several posts to address the implications of blood in the Lord’s Supper. In this one we will overview the Bible’s use of blood. According to one count, the … Continue reading

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Grace at the Prophet’s Table at the Turn of the Times — Part 3

The purpose of these initial studies is to present ways of preaching or teaching the Lord’s Supper passages without being simply repetitive, and to preach them reflecting the messages of the various books in which they occur. So, how about … Continue reading

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Grace at the Lord’s Table — Part 3

The previous two posts have reviewed crucial material for understanding the message of Mark’s gospel. It presents Jesus as LORD, Son of God, who reveals Himself to His own disciples who do not understand Him, or only half do. How … Continue reading

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