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Our Scapegoat

Today, a guest editorial! Scapegoat is a familiar term used in our culture for someone who bears the brunt of accusations of guilt against another party.  Its origin dates back 3500 years to the sacrificial system established by Moses.  This … Continue reading

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Justifies us “for His own sake”

We start with a sad story of a jilted Lover: “For their heart was not steadfast toward Him, Nor were they faithful in His covenant. But He, being compassionate, forgave their iniquity and did not destroy them; And often He … Continue reading

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Gospel Preview in the Old Testament

The Gospel of Salvation is sewn throughout the Bible, from start to finish, as a “crimson thread” of the Messiah’s saving blood.  Those who lived before Christ could look forward to it.  Those who lived with Jesus could see it … Continue reading

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