rom8“The Lord Jesus Christ became in himself the sacrifice for your sins. In other words, he was the sacrifice of sacrifices, the sacrifice toward which all the others pointed, the original sacrifice, next to which all other sacrifices were mere imitations.” (William F. Snodgrass, “He Offered Up Himself” in Resurrection and Eschatology: Theology in Service of the Church, p. 567).

Related to a message to be delivered this Sunday evening at a joint service (Grace United Reformed Church and Trinity Presbyterian Church, OPC), focusing on Lord’s Day 5 of the Heidelberg Catechism. The sermon text is Romans 8:1-4.

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