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Redeemer of the Slaves

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• REDEEMED • Fanny J. Crosby, 1820–1915 • Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; His love endures forever. Let the redeemed of the Lord say this— (Psalm 107:1, 2) • All my theology is reduced to this narrow compass—Christ Jesus came into this world to save sinners. • —Archibald Alexander • The word redeemed implies the idea of a slave standing on the trader’s auction block being offered to the highest bidder.

 

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• The Red Sea passage, it seems to me, simply typifies the death of Christ as it conquered Satan judicially and released the sinner from the guilt and judgment of sin. It separated the children of Israel from Egypt and introduced them into a life of pilgrimage and trial, just as we are separated from the world and made pilgrims and strangers there.

 

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• “Ye shall be scattered, every man to his own, and shall leave me alone.” • — John 16:32 • Few had fellowship with the sorrows of Gethsemane. The majority of the disciples were not sufficiently advanced in grace to be admitted to behold the mysteries of “the agony.” Occupied with the passover feast at their own houses, they represent the many who live upon the letter, but are mere babes as to the spirit …

 

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• Interest or identification? • I have been crucified with Christ. Gal. 2:20. • The imperative need spiritually is to sign the death-warrant of the disposition of sin, to turn all emotional impressions and intellectual beliefs into a moral verdict against the disposition of sin, viz., my claim to my right to myself. Paul says—“I have been crucified with Christ”; he does not say, ‘I have determined to imitate Jesus Christ,’ or, ‘I will endeavour to follow Him,’ …

 

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• He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake • Ps. 23:3 • He always has a purpose in His leading. He knows where the bits of green pasture are, and He would lead His flock to these. The way may be rough, but it is the right way to the pasture. “Paths of righteousness” may not be straight paths; but they are paths that lead somewhere—to the right place.

 

Founded on Jesus Christ

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The Gospel of Matthew in Its Roman Imperial Context

 

This collection of scholarly essays tackles a number of questions based on Matthew’s gospel. In what sense does Matthew’s Gospel reflect the colonial situation in which the community found itself after the fall of Jerusalem and the subsequent humiliation of Jews across the Roman Empire? To what extent was Matthew seeking to oppose Rome’s claims to authority and sovereignty over the whole world, to set up alternative systems of power and society, to forge new senses of identity? If Matthew’s community felt itself to be living on the margins of society, where did it see the centre as lying? In Judaism or in Rome? And how did Matthew’s approach to such problems compare with that of Jews who were not followers of Jesus Christ and with that of others, Jews and Gentiles, who were followers?

 

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acribic work

.. i analysed how Leonardo Da Vinci did his most famous arts, like th Louvre in Paris or St. Peter´s dome in Rome.

He was very acribic in his work.

He went to the stone mills where the workers prepared the big stones, later used for the monuments. He showed them and signed the stone wall with chalk, how to brake and put the hammer and iron tools to cut it perfectly.

Let´s cut the word of GOD in a straight way. For this we use the best tools, we can get today. Sentence analysis with Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament is one of these tools.

The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament: Sentence Analysis

The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament contains the syntactic analysis of Albert L. Lukaszewski, Ph.D. Each sentence in the text is analyzed and hierarchically arranged into clauses and phrases. Each word is analyzed for its syntactic force to determine the role it plays in its current context. Words that are related to each other (e.g., adjectives describing specific nouns) are also noted. Also included is a full morphology along with lexical analysis.

The following resources are included:

  • The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament
  • The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament: Sentence Analysis
  • The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament: Expansions and Annotations
  • The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament: Glossary
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