of the Cross
A review of the entire issue on the theme of Shadows
of the Cross
Messiah's Two Roles
gives an overview of the illustrations of Christ and the redemptive process used in
the Old Testament
The Offering of Abel
The author looks at the origin of animal sacrifices and how these point forward to the
sacrifice of Jesus for the whole world of mankind.
Isacc, and Sacrifice
The sheer pathos of this narrative touches the hearts of all true Christians in its
demonstration of the cost of redemption to both the Father and the Son.
Butler and the Baker
This article looks at the potential typical significance of the Egyptian
Shows how the concept of a ransom was built into
the very structure of Israel's tabernacle.
The Brazen Serpent
Treats the event of the wilderness experience and
the brazen serpent in the light of Jesus' application of it to himself (John 3:14).
The Sacrifice of Christ as
Shown on the Day of Atonement
The priests of Israel offered those typical sacrifices year by year which are
explained to us in the book of Hebrews. The most solemn of these annual sacrifices is
examined in this article .
Three Days and Three Nights
Suggests an interpretation of the "Sign of
Jonah" given by Jesus as the only sign he would give to "an evil and adulterous
generation" (Matthew 12:39).
I Have Found a
Verse by verse study of Job 33one chapter of
the Bible. It also concerns an Old Testament reference to the death of Christ.
About Hezekiah braking in pieces the brazen
serpent that Moses had made: "for unto those days the children of Israel did burn
incense to it: and he called it Nehushtan." --2 Kings 18:4
"The Lonely Olive Mill" and The Servant
of the Lord Must be Gentle"
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