The cross stands as the definitive point of history, but the Church is in danger of so trivializing the notion of sin that the cross of Christ loses its meaning. Using the example of the Apostle Paul, Alistair Begg explains that pastors must preach Christ and Him crucified at every opportunity. The Gospel, in all of its fullness, provides the only remedy for our greatest need: forgiveness and reconciliation to a holy God.
Series: The Pastor's Study, Volume 6
Jesus’ death on the cross was not the result of some last-ditch effort to save man from sin. Before time began, the Triune God knew that man could never meet His holy standards. In this passage, we’ll learn how God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit all played a role in the great plan of redemption from all of eternity until it was finished on the cross.More
Series: Fix Our Eyes on Jesus, Volume 2