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November 18, 2019 10:29 am

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November 18, 2019 10:29 am

Dr. John H. Munro November 17, 2019 Exodus 11-12

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While Exodus 12 is one of the most important passages in all of Scripture, the Sunday evenings were thinking of the life of Moses and this evening we come to Exodus chapters 11 and 12. Exodus 12 gives us the event of the Passover, which is celebrated by Israel in regard to the dramatic deliverance from the bondage of Egypt last week. We thought of the first of the and of force nine of the 10 plagues and in spite of the devastation of the plagues as we learned last week, Pharaoh still does not allow the children of Israel to leave Egypt. His heart is hardened, but now with the 10th plague the final plague, the deliverance will come. No plague is as devastating a plague is as deadly as the 10th plague. Let's read from Exodus 11, first of all, the second book in the Old Testament.

If you're in the Bible. There's one in the pew in front of you. The second book of the Old Testament, the book of Exodus reading from chapter 11 verse four. So for the nine plagues and I were coming into the 10th plague. So Moses said, thus says the Lord. About midnight I will go out in the midst of Egypt and every firstborn in the land of Egypt shall die from the firstborn of Pharaoh who sits on his throne even to the firstborn of the slave girl who is behind the hand mill and all the firstborn of the cattle, there shall be a great dry dry throat. All of the land of Egypt, such as there has never been nor will ever be again. But not a dog show grow against any of the people of Israel either man or beast that you may know that the Lord makes a distinction between Egypt and Israel.

The final deliverance of Israel from Egypt will demonstrate that the wonders of God may be multiplied in the land of Egypt. As we read in verse nine of Exodus 11 the Lord said to Moses, Pharaoh will not listen to you, that my wonders may be multiplied in the land of Egypt. Israel's deliverance was not because of the persuasive powers of Moses and their I wasn't because they were brilliant leaders. The Exodus, the deliverance from the bondage of Egypt through the Red Sea is going to be a demonstration of the Lord's mighty hand is going to be a medical of God and over and over again as we worked away through the book of Exodus we see in that state that Pharaoh hardened his heart and we also agreed as we see in verse 10 that the Lord hardened Pharaoh's heart. Exodus 11 verse 10 Moses and Aaron did all these wonders before Pharaoh think of them up to this .9 of them. And the Lord hardened Pharaoh's heart and he did not let seems a bit unfair not relate. Point is this.

If you continue to resist God saw this last week, God will act in judgment.

Paul presents a principal in Galatians 6 that we see rights throughout Scripture that God is not mocked that what we so we read God is patient God is loving God wants everyone to come to repentance. But God is also holy and judgment eventually comes on those who rebel against God book of Hebrews reminds us that God is a consuming fire. John tells us in first John one. God is light, he tells us in first John four that God is love with the writer of Hebrews reminds us that God is a consuming fire God of judgment on the evil God of judgment on those who rebel a God of judgment on sin is were going to see. Coming upon the Pharaoh and the Egyptians.

Hebrews 10 verse 31 is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God, to understand that some of you may have heard the message of the gospel for years after year after year and still he refused to bow the knee before God. You think well one day I'll get right with God but meantime I'll just carry on as I'm doing this event will remind us that is very very foolish that were not to boast of tomorrow you don't know what tomorrow comes today is the day of salvation.

Today is the day if you hear God speaking to you. If your heart is rebellious you're not right with God. Today is the day to get right with God. I think into chapter 12. First of all of the preparation of the Passover breathing know from Exodus 12 and there were going to read the first six verses where we will see the preparation of the Lamb. Exodus 12 verse one the Lord said to Moses and Aaron in the land of Egypt this month. So before you the beginning of months. It shall be the first month of the year for you. Tell all the congregation of Israel that on the 10th day of this month every man shall take alarm, according to the father's house alarm for the household and if the household is too small for alarm than he, and his nearest neighbor shall take. According to the number of persons regarding to what each can eat. You shall make your count for the lamb verse five your lamb shall be without blemish, a bail acute old you may take it from the sheep or from the goats and you shall keep it until the 14th day of this month when the whole assembly of the congregation of Israel shall kill the lambs at twilight. This Passover then was to be according to verses one and two was to be the beginning of Israel's year and it was never, ever to be forgotten. I will see that in a minute, and the instruction is given to the people through Moses that alarm that is to be selected for each household jobs. Oldest are small you can adjoined with one of the other households and select alarm alarm which of course is going to be killed.

The Lamb, the lambs blood is going to be spilt as we will see.

And of course when we think of this lab, the Lamb of the Passover. It prefigures the Lamb the Lamb of God in the New Testament. Paul expressly says in first Corinthians 5 or 740.

Christ, our Passover lamb, has been sacrificed. I think we know that the Old Testament that are typesetter shadows that are illustrations that are pictures that are prophecies all focusing on the Lord Jesus Christ. So this Lamb the Lamb of the of the Passover instituted here in Egypt is pointing to the Lamb, Peter rights regarding our redemption as believers in Jesus Christ. He says that our redemption is with the precious blood of Christ, like that of a lamb without blemish or spot and before Israel could be redeemed from the bondage the blood of the Lamb had to be shed and before any of us can be redeemed before any of us can be delivered from our sin in the darkness, the blood of the Lamb of that is the Lamb of God must be shed, Isaiah and Isaiah 53, 750 years before the coming of our Lord Jesus made this prophecy.

He Messiah was oppressed, and he was afflicted, yet he opened not his mouth like a lamb that is led to the slaughter, and like a sheep that before its shooters is silent, so he opened not his mouth, and you will recall of the beginning of the Gospels. This great prophet this great man, John the Baptist. Yes, he has this to his disciples, but one day when he sees the Lord Jesus returns to his disciples as a word and anyone else was listening to him and he points to Jesus and says behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world and at the center of our worship in heaven. Everything we going to do in heaven.

I been thinking about having quite a bit with my mother being called home is now in heaven what are we going to do in heaven is much we don't understand. With this we do know at the very center of our worship in heaven. According to Revelation 5 is the Lamb listen to John. John sees a Lamb standing, as though it had been slain, and he alone is worthy to take the scroll and to open its seals, for you were slain on by your blood you ransomed people for God from every tribe and language and people and nation. This Lamb that was reading about in the Passover is pointing forward to the Lamb, which is at the very center of time and eternity and it is through the blood of this Lamb that there is no salvation, deliverance, forgiveness for all those who humbled himself themselves at the foot of the cross.

The we read that this Lamb here in Exodus 12 has to be kept for four days to ensure that there were no physical blemishes or flaws so they take this Lamb, they have it for four days and then looking at the Lamb that inspecting the Lamb there watching the Lamb to make sure that there is no flaw in that there's no disease or not. Some disability. There's not some physical problem with it. It is according to verse five your lamb shall be without blemish. They were to watch it for these days to ensure that this Lamb that was going to be sacrificed. This Lamb which we know is prefiguring the Lamb of God is that it is without blemish with our Lord, without blemish. Think of the public ministry overlord as he went about from time to time as he taught as it was in the temple went up to Galilee. Whatever he was, he was under intense scrutiny. The Pharisees describes that her audience the elders were constantly looking at him trying to find fault could imagine if someone followed you around for a week or two with you in your home go to work there. There you go to restaurants there. There are under constant scrutiny.

Every word is being analyzed there watching your butt in the Lord. There is no spot that is no blemish on one occasion, the Lord Jesus said, John 14, the ruler of this world the meaning Satan comes to me and has no claim on me that is in our perfect Lord.

There was nothing in them which corresponded to sin Peter the man of action, says overlord. He did no sin. Paul, the great intellect says overlord. He knew no sin. John the apostle the apostle of love says in him there is no sin from first to last, under the ruthless scrutiny of a critical evil world, our Lord Jesus Christ is spotless without blemish and the writer of Hebrews says in Hebrews 9 14 that he offered himself without blemish to God.

That is the Lamb voluntarily gives himself as a sacrifice on the cross, presenting himself as it were, to his God and his father, and it is without blemish and after the first 30 years or so of his life in the relative obscurity they when the Lord begins his public ministry. Remember he's baptized by John the Baptist, and on that occasion that wonderful occasion. The heavens open and God the father speaks the spirit comes down in the sands on the Lord. This is anointed as the Messiah and the basement in the form of a dove, and heaven says the father Cesar of his son. This is my well beloved son in whom I am well pleased is perfect is flawless. Totally different from you and me many sins of you committed this week. Imagine what we would find in you and me. If someone followed you around listen to every word. Try to find fault or Savior is different. He is the perfect sinless Savior and therefore is unique and of all of the people ever walked on this world. Great men and women of faith described in Hebrews 11, but you can go through every single one and say yes they were people who walked with God that were people of faith but yet they also send all of them came short until almost 2000 years ago.

God sends the Lamb the one without blemish to take away the sin of the world at the beginning of his ministry overlord. The demons rumbled beside overlord. They described him the holy one of God. Judas who betrayed the Lord said, I've sinned by betraying innocent blood pilot is judge said, I find no fault in him. The thief on the cross side of Jesus.

We indeed justly, for we are receiving the due reward of our deeds with this man has done nothing wrong.

Think of that, even his accusers. Even the man who betrayed him.

Even the judge who sends him to the cross. Even the wretched terrorist who was crucified for his own dates next them recognized that in Jesus Christ there is no spot.

There is no blemish in every feature flawless in every aspect. The search of sinners. Lawless could find no blemish is not marvelous that such a Savior is that different from all of us know in verse six, Exodus 12 it says the congregation of Israel shall kill the lambs at twilight.

That's essential the Lamb has to be killed is of vital importance. The blood had to be shed Scripture say, without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness of sins, and so therefore vital to authentic Christianity is the cross of Christ. Have you noticed another world that our world the unregenerate world is quite happy to talk about Jesus quite happy to talk of him on crucified Jesus, you talk to someone who is not a follower of Christ is not saved by the blood of Christ are quite happy to talk about the life of Jesus's example is teaching but not the preaching of the cross that was through the first century as Paul says in first Corinthians 1. The preaching of the cross is to those who are perishing, foolishness. It's foolishness is folly.

We believe in the substitutionary atonement. The shedding of the blood of our Lord Jesus Christ for our sins. Paul puts it this way in Galatians 220, the son of God who loved me and gave himself for me. That is, gave himself as a sacrifice on the cross that through the shedding of the blood of our Savior. That is deliverance there is salvation for us.

It seems to me that sometimes even churches are so enamored with social justice or political action that the cross is deemphasized, and sometimes even ignored the Christian message is not just that Jesus died the Christian message is that Christ died for our sins. People don't like to talk about sin therewith is the we redefine sin, you talk about sin you're being harsh or being judgmental, but if there's no saying there's no need of a Savior know the gospel is Paul defines it. The New Testament defines it, that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures was buried, and rose again. According to the Scriptures and our Lord Jesus Christ, and the wonderful chapter in John chapter 10, where he describes himself as the good Shepherd number. He says that the good Shepherd gives his life for the shape and then he says no man takes my life from me. I potently died and are proud to take it up again. This commandment have I received from my father. So what we think about Lord Jesus dying on the cross.

Don't think of him as a victim. Don't think of him ensnared in the net of circumstances beyond his control. No, God holds accountable those who crucified him.

But as the Bible says is crucified before the foundation of the world that this is in God's plan and so when God sends his son is perfect son in this world, living 33, 36 years, demonstrating his sinlessness so that even his accusers. Even a man who betrays him confined no spot no blemish, no fault in him that he voluntarily gives his life. This is why he came as the Lamb. As the sacrifice as the Savior you know the Savior killing of the Passover lamb. It pointed to the death of our Savior again Isaiah chapter 53 verse five he, the Messiah was pierced for our transgressions that it is there is a clear reference to the death of the Messiah by the hand of man. The sinner here is the sinless Christ comes to save us. What do we do with them crucified him, and he's pierced signs his feet aside for our transgressions, but it is through that death is that there is life everlasting life offered to us as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of Man be lifted up when was the Son of Man lifted up on the cross that whoever believes in him may have eternal life. How wonderful we sometimes sing hallelujah what a Savior. The preparation of the lamp, but then in verses seven through 12. We have the personal participation.

Look at verse seven of Exodus 12, then they shall take some of the blood in the six lambs killed, then they shall take some of the blood booted on the two doorpost of the lintel of the houses in which they eat, they shall eat the flesh that night roasted on the far with unleavened bread and bitter herbs they shall eat it. Do not eat any of it raw or boiled in water, but roasted his head with his legs and is in the parts you shall let none of it remain until the morning.

Anything that remains until the morning you shall burn in this manner. You shall eat it with your belt fastened your sandals on your feet and your staff in your hand and you shall eat it in haste. It is the Lord's Passover. Notice that if the Lord's Passover fly will pass through the land of Egypt. That night, and I will strike all the firstborn in the land of Egypt, both man and beast, and on all the gods of Egypt I will execute judgments. The Lord each Israelite family then the Lamb without blemish as it's killed the families to put the blood on the door posts in the lintel of the house.

That is, that had to be a personal application of the shed blood to each household whether not just to kill the Lamb not just enough to say well we done that part. No, the mere killing of the lamb was not sufficient. The Lamb had to be consumed personal participation so that none of it remained until the morning and if anything was left in the morning. It had to be burned with the point Joel is an obvious point that this message this good news is not just to be understood not just giving you information this evening. The gospel is to be understood, but more than that.

It is to be personally applied, personally applied to each one of us. Peter writes in first be the one to about allegiance to Christ, and the sprinkling with his blood, reference to the Passover, the sprinkling with his blood. That is, if there is going to be deliverance for me.

Not only do I have to understand the facts of the gospel that I'm a sinner, but Christ is sinless that he is the son of God, but he died on the cross for my sins, was buried, and rose again and is alive. Not only do I have to understand that I have to personally trust the Savior. Paul writes in Ephesians 1 verse seven in him that is in Christ, we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of our trespasses, according to the riches of his grace.

But tonight when the challenger you personally trusted Christ wonderful to see you on the Sunday evening.

I'm glad you're here, but is your faith in Jesus Christ. The personal application you think of a time in your life when you came to Christ when he came to the cross. Once I was born in a Christian home. I was born in a Christian home is a incredible privilege by the faith of my parents and the instructions that I received is that we buy in the church that I had to go there with that. I liked it or not, that doesn't save me the Christian life is to be experienced by each one of us personally, so you may have the godliness of parents you may have gone to the best Georgian United States, whatever that is. Please tell me I love to go there. That doesn't get you into heaven, that has to be a personal application.

The call is no, you believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and you will be safe to ask.

Have you had this personal participation in the gospel.

If not tonight come to Christ as a preparation. Now think of the protection from the destroyer. The destroyer was going to come. Verse 12 Exodus 12 verse 12 fly will pass through the land of Egypt. That night, and I will strike all the firstborn in the land of Egypt, both man and beast, and in all the gods of Egypt I will execute judgments on the Lord.

Verse 13 the blonde shall be a sign for you on the houses where you are and when I see the blood, I will Passover you and no plague will befall you to destroyer when I strike the land of Egypt or the firstborn of the Egyptians was going to die. That was the 10th plague every firstborn in the land of Egypt shall die. Chapter 11 verse five from the firstborn of Pharaoh who sits on his throne even to the firstborn of a slave girl is buying the handbill and all the firstborn of the Council know firstborn is going to be spared Pharaoh's firstborn is going recoat the firstborn at the other end of the socioeconomic system, as it were, is going to be killed. Even the firstborn of the Council. This is a judgments did you notice in verse 12 on all the gods of Egypt don't feel sorry for them. The Egyptians and Pharaoh has had warning after warning after warning by God. Notice what he says I am the Lord, this nation had opposed God had rebelled against God. God had revealed himself over and over again as the true God, but they continued to worship the false gods of Egypt know this is the most devastating of all of the plates read in verse six of Chapter 11 that never there will be such a cry, throw all the land of Egypt.

We know from history from archaeology that the Egyptians were obsessed with that we know about their mommies are the put great emphasis is in the pyramids on the afterlife, but God is showing Egypt, showing us all. All of the nations that God alone is sovereign over death itself, and dad is even going to come to Pharaoh's son Pharaoh son yes is successor and therefore regarded by the Egyptians as of next God. Here is the next God of Egypt, but he is going to die, the firstborn of Pharaoh because God is greater than any idle he is the Lord. This is Pharaoh that attempted to kill the Hebrew baby boys know God's judgment comes on Pharaoh comes on the Egyptians who had repeatedly rejected his commands and spied the demonstration of the power of the mind of the Lord over and over again, Pharaoh refused to let the people go. You can thwart God. You may think God doesn't know what you're doing. You may think you're getting off with whatever sinful practice. You're doing but God cannot be resisted and God's judgment eventually comes on all those who rebel against his name. Did you notice in verse seven of chapter 11 it says that you may know that the Lord makes a distinction between Israel and Egypt to there is a distinction basic distinction between believers and unbelievers. We make many differences among people based on wealth or ethnicity or color. All kinds of differences but here is the main difference in the sense, the only difference that really matters. The difference between a believer and unbeliever because that difference will last for all of eternity.

The basic difference between the saved and the lost between those who will be eternally in heaven and those who will be eternally in hell and God's judgment comes on sin, the soul that sins will die when is the only place of safety when is the only place where I can escape, as it were, the judgment of God. It is to be sheltered under the blood on the Lord's destroying angel was to come through Egypt and the Israelites who were covered by the blood needed to have no fear, the destroyer and was going to pass over them protected by the blood.

The blood was assigned read it in verse 13 of chapter 12 when I see the blood, I will Passover you and no plague will befall you to destroy you when I strike the land of Egypt is an illustration. By the way of a theological word propitiation, a turning away of the wrath of God. God's judgment is coming. How is it going to be affected through propitiation and atoning sacrifice. Blood is shed God judges sins and every single household in Egypt. There was that even among the livestock Old Testament principal and Ezekiel. The soul that sins shall die pulsates in this way. In Romans 623. The wages of sin is death. You may be accomplished. You may be very rich. You may be very successful.

You may even have a veneer of religiosity, but unless you're sheltered by the blood of the Lamb of our Lord Jesus Christ, you will not escape eternal death with eternal death is a lake of fire.

But here is the wonder of the gospel listing and love the Lord Jesus Christ comes to die for sinners like you and me. The that God commands his love toward us in that while we are yet sinners, Christ ties for he who knew no sin perfect Lamb of God is made sin for us.

We thought of the exchange this morning of the believer. We gave our cares and anxieties to the Lord, and he gives us his peace is a pretty good deal is here and is in a sense an even greater exchange I give to the perfect son of God, the Lamb of God, my sin, my transgression, my failures there nailed to his cross and I receive in return, the righteousness of the Lord Jesus Christ. I am justified and declared righteous before a holy God. This is the only way of escape. Israelites obeyed God and applied the blood of the Lamb to the door posts in the lintel would put completely sated. The good work perfectly at peace covered by the blood, no judgment for them, no judgment for those who are protected by the blood of our lab and our eternal salvation depends on the blood of the Lamb of God, I'm often asked that with it yesterday and the membership class about whether we call rechargeable even in the eternal security of the believer not the answer is yes, we believe that those who are truly saved, not just a profession but to actually save truly born again are eternally secure. Why because were covered by the blood of the Lamb. We can sleep easy. We don't need to worry about what's going to happen to this world that is eternal safety. There is eternal security, trusting God, trusting the word of God. No need to doubt and to trust as wise and wonderful to worship on the cross reminders in the this cross on the ceiling as a reminder to us, particularly as we break bread that we worship under the cross and our salvation is not based on our goodness, but is based entirely on the grace of God as his is the blood of Christ shed for our salvation like this is to be a perpetual ordinance. Verse 14. This day exist.

1214 this day shall be for your Memorial Day and you shall keep it as a feast of the Lord throughout your generations as a statute forever and you shall keep it as a feast. Verse 40 the time of the people of Israel lived in Egypt was 430 years. At the end of 430 years in the very day all the host of the Lord went out from the land of Egypt. It was a night of watching by the Lord to bring them out of the land of Egypt. So this same night is a night of watching To the Lord by all the people of Israel. Throughout the generations to their deliverance from the bondage of each of the supernatural deliverance was of such high importance that it was never to be forgotten.

Deuteronomy 16 verse three that all the days of your life.

You may remember the day when you came out of the land of Egypt, the Lord wanted Israel never ever to forget that once they were slaves in Egypt, but now they have been delivered.

Now they have been redeemed and over and over again in the Old Testament, particularly in the Psalms we have this outstanding events of the deliverance from slavery and so it still celebrated by those of the Jewish faith.

To this day notice verse 26 of Exodus 12 when your children say to you, what do you mean by this service. You shall say it's a sacrifice of the Lord's Passover. For he passed over the houses of the people of Israel in Egypt when they struck the Egyptians but spared our houses and the people bowed their heads and worship. So here is a family throughout history celebrating the Passover and the little boy says, what does this mean that a white wine we doing this than we do this before, what, what's important, and the father was a son once we were slaves in Egypt but we were delivered by the mighty hand of God.

Parents you, do you explain the Lord's supper to your children. The children come. This will be surprise a little piece of juice with what's it all about wonderful opportunity to teach your children and point them to the Lamb of God, and God wanted these people never ever to forget that they were once slaves in the know, redeemed, sheltered under the blood safe from the destroying angel and for us as we do tonight we celebrate not the Passover. We celebrate the Lord's supper, which is the fulfillment of the Passover, the fulfillment of the Passover is in our Lord Jesus Christ's way over to first Corinthians chapter 5.

To see this as we prepared our hearts to break bread first Corinthians 5 verse seven limited from verse six first Corinthians 5. Six.

Your posting is not good. Do you know that a little leaven leavens the whole lump at the time of the Passover. All of the leaven had to be cast out and 11 bread was unleavened verse seven, plans are the old live in the humane that you may be a new lump, as you really are unleavened for Christ. This Christ, our Passover lamb, has been sacrificed. Let us therefore celebrate the festival, not with old live in the leaven of malice and evil but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth is he, tonight we are celebrating and remembering events greater than deliverance from bondage in Egypt from three we been delivered from sin. We been delivered from darkness we been delivered from dad Peter says that God is called us out of darkness into his marvelous light bulb rising in Colossians 1 that we have been delivered from the domain of darkness, and transferred to the kingdom of his beloved son. Once I was in the kingdom of Satan. Once in the kingdom of darkness one. Once under the very sentence of dad, but through the blood of the Lamb. I have been transferred. Now I am in the kingdom of God's beloved son. I don't enter into the fullness of that paragraph about one day I'm going I'm going to when I see Christ face-to-face and understand it much, much better than I do not buy do know this, that, through the work of Jesus Christ. All of all the redeemed are transfer into this new kingdom. The kingdom of his beloved son, and so that we would never forget.

We read first Corinthians 11 2423 Paul says I received from the Lord Jesus.

What I also delivered to you that the Lord Jesus, on the night when he was betrayed took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and said this is my body which is for you. Do this in remembrance of me the same way. Also he took the cup after supper, saying, this cup is the new covenant in my blood.

Do this as often as you drink it, in remembrance of me. For as often as you eat this bread and drink the cup, you proclaim the Lord's day until he comes. Imagine the great privilege that we have two take brides and to take the cup the body of Christ given for us is bloodshed, not just a pot of alarm, but the blood of Christ, that precious blood poured out for our salvation. John Stott says before we can see the cross as something done for us. We must see it as something done by us had his first there is to be acknowledgment of our sin.

We understand our sinfulness and then look to Christ, the sinless Christ would to the cross and is there that our sins are forgiven.

If you're an authentic follower of Jesus Christ.

We invite you to partake to feed on Christ. This is a symbol of his body symbol of his blood is also a seal where these truths through the work of the spirit as we partake of reinforcement. I would experience that we draw closer and closer to Christ. But just because of the Passover. All of the leaven had to be thrown out.

Paul says, before we eat.

We are to examine ourselves and so eat of the bread and drink of the cup.

That is, the leaven is to be thrown out and 11 in your life. Paul gives an example the leaven of malice and evil of any malice towards anyone in the evil, sin, unconfessed sin, babbling, and send your hearts be compartment to examine yourself. This is a spiritual act for those who are redeemed but were to cast out the leaven you do that yes God to forgive you when you confess your sins once again. Dedicate yourself to love and to serve the Lord with all of your heart.

Just as Israel was never ever to forget the day of their deliverance so we are never to forget the day of our salvation gathers much about our salvation that I don't understand but I do know it was at the cross.

When I first saw the light on the burden of my sin rolled away. Another one that through the work of my Lord Jesus Christ guilty person like you and me can stand justified declared righteous all through the grace of God were the same wonderful him is an old hymn, I like it.

I will sing of my Redeemer as we sing it. Think of the words on the cross he paid my day. He set me free. That we are free we been delivered the praises of the one who loved us and gave himself for us, help his father.

We do pray, we thank you for the magnificent Savior strengthen us.

Father returned from her since you were tells us if we confess our sins he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. Thank you for the power of the blood of our Lord Jesus Christ or someone here tonight in the right side of Christ that never come to him open the rise sum here. Perhaps unconfessed sin convict his father to understand the exceeding sinfulness of person and so will understand in a flash the deeper way. The amazing beauty sinlessness of our Savior, who came not to judge us but to save us, and to bring us to God help us in his name


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