The Lamb of God Index
"The next day John seeth Jesus coming unto him, and saith, Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world." (John 1:29)
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  • I. The Lamb of God
    • The greatest privilege we can have is to study Christ. Every sermon should be an excuse for discussing Him. And yet, Jesus is one of the greatest mysteries the intelligences in the universe can contemplate. This very mystery was the basis of the success of Satan, because even the angels did not understand the true position of our Lord. The great controversies in the early church dealt with the nature of Christ. There is much discussion even now concerning His present ministry. The mysteries of godliness are to be subjects of study for the redeemed through all the ages which have no ending. (LH 5)
    • God has chosen many illustrations to help His people to understand the person, mission, and ministry of Jesus. The clearest and most important of them is the tabernacle. It is a wonderful privilege in freedom and peace, sitting in this commodious auditorium,m, through the help of the Spirit, day by day to seek an understanding of Jesus through the types and symbols of the sanctuary. Its services and sacrifices, its ceremonies and priesthood, designed by God Himself, help us to gain an intimate grasp of what our Saviour is doing in the heavenly sanctuary today. (LH 5)
    • David sang long ago. ". . . in His temple doth every one speak of His glory" (Psalm 29:9).