C.H. Spurgeon: The Precious Blood of Christ

“The precious blood of Christ.” 1 Peter 1:19 Standing at the foot of the cross, we see hands, and feet, and side, all distilling crimson streams of precious blood. It is “precious” because of its redeeming and atoning efficacy. By it the sins of Christ’s people are atoned for; they are redeemed from under the …

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Christ’s Demonstration of Salvation

“There is one great work which the Lord Jesus Christ has done and finished completely. That work is the work of atonement, sacrifice, and substitution.” “He saw us ruined by the fall, a world of poor, lost, shipwrecked sinners. He did not sit in heaven pitying us from a distance. He did not stand upon …

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The Cross

In evil long I took delight, Unawed by shame or fear, Till a new object struck my sight, And stopped my wild career. I saw One hanging on a tree, In agonies and blood; He fixed His languid eyes on me, As near His cross I stood. Sure never till my latest breath, Shall I …

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And Can It Be – Amazing Grace

“But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.” Romans 5:8 And Can It Be – Amazing Grace Therefore, being justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, by whom also we have access by faith into this grace wherein …

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A Just God

Jesus Christ, the Messiah, took the dealth penalty on our behalf. By shedding His blood on the cross, Jesus took the punishment we deserve, substitutionary atonement (Isaiah 53:4-5), and offered us His righteousness through salvation in Him alone. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKArFumTkFE Video presentation of sermon by C.H. Spurgeon.

A Slaughterhouse Religion

If someone said the emerging church leaders don’t like the Cross, many would cry out, “Yes, they do, I’ve heard them talk about Jesus and the Cross.”  However, while this may be true, there is an underlying theme building momentum in the emerging church that says, “Jesus going to the Cross was an example of …

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