Christ has finished the work for man's redemption. That is the foundation
for our lives as Christians. Today a popular slogan among many groups
is "What would Jesus do?" Undoubtedly, a more basic question to be
answered is, "What has Jesus done?" This publication considers man's
need for redemption and the price that was paid when Christ became our
substitute. The redemptive work of Jesus Christ was foretold in the
Old Testament. The tabernacle provided Israel a picture of their
coming Messiah. The veil, mercy seat, the altars, and the various
sacrifices and the offerings all pointed to the one who would come.
The study explores how Jesus fulfilled and terminated the law, becoming
the true Passover sacrifice. The relationship between communion and the
Passover, and the benefits to us of his sacrifice are then discussed.
The concluding chapter considers the significance of Pentecost and the
giving of holy spirit as a result of the finished work of Jesus Christ.
Jesus Christ's Redemptive Work
The Tabernacle and the Covenant of
The Mercy Seat and Access to God
The Law and the Born-Again Believer
The Two Altars
The Atonement Money and the Crucifixion
of Jesus Christ