The Future Is As Bright As The Promises Of God

“But He, having offered one sacrifice for sins for all time, sat down at the right hand of God.” Hebrews 10:12 (NASB)
During Old Testament times there were thousands of animals slain and barrels of blood shed because of sacrifices offered for sins. Jesus offered one offering, never to be repeated. The one offering He made, the offering of Himself, was, is, and forever will be sufficient to meet every need of every sinner who comes to God in the name of Jesus. It matters not how many sins one may have committed or how wretched the sinner may be, the one sacrifice Jesus offered is still all-sufficient to save any and all who come to God by Him.
Jesus came into the world to give His life a ransom for many, and on our behalf He took the punishment our sin (and sins) demanded. He consecrated His will to the Father’s will, and every moment He lived on this earth was dedicated to the Father’s will in paying sins debt.

Comments on: "One Sacrifice For Sins Forever" (4)

  1. Nice post πŸ™‚ Jesus came to Earth and was all about His Father’s business. His Father didn’t need to tell Him twice. He was a perfect son, by all accounts. This post reminds me of how God wants us to respect our parents – something we often forget when faced with the full onslaught of life and all its chaos. God isn’t asking us to die for anyone, just a few simple requests; yet we have a problem with it. That saying: ‘Something’s got to give’ springs to mind. There was indeed, one sacrifice for sins forever. πŸ™‚

  2. atimetoshare said:

    Thank you for these great words of assurance.

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