A small slideshow video. Witness how Jesus bore your sins, condemnation, curses, sicknesses and even death at the cross so that you may experience divine protection and the abundant life today. See how Jesus, through His death and resurrection, has defeated the devil, conquered death and secured victory forever more for you.
Jesus died for you in two ways, as an illustration or example and as a substitution. (1 Peter 2:21, 24)
In terms of substitution, Christ bore our sins, our condemnation, when he died on the cross. (1 Peter 2:24)
Christ suffered on the cross, “the righteous for the unrighteous, that he might bring us to God.” With his death, he bridges or overcomes the chasm between sinners and a holy God. (1 Peter 3:18)
Our sin (1 Peter 2:24) is our failure to follow in Jesus’s steps (1 Peter 2:21). Christ died for our sin (substitution) so that we might live like him (illustration).
Die to Sin and Live to Righteousness (05:37–08:42)
Jesus bore our sins “that we would die to sin and live to righteousness.” (1 Peter 2:24)
“By his wounds you have been healed,” (1 Peter 2:24) is a quotation from Isaiah 53:5–6, specifically verse 5.
Peter’s phrase, “Bore our sins” (1 Peter 2:24), comes from Isaiah’s line, “the Lord has laid on him the iniquity of us all” (Isaiah 53:6).
The wounds of Christ have healed us. (1 Peter 2:24)
The healing is a restored and renewed fellowship with God (returned”). (1 Peter 2:25)
Peter says the same thing in 1 Peter 3:18, “that he might brings us to God.”
Healing and Transformation (08:42–10:30)
How does Christ’s bearing our sins relate to our dying to sin and living to righteousness?
When he bore our sins, he healed us.
That healing was a transformation that restored us to sweet fellowship with and satisfaction in God.
That transformation breaks the power of the attractiveness of sin.
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