Introduction: Before this world was at any point shaped, God had been running after a particular second on schedule. Each occasion in the creation; in the beginning of the world; and throughout the entire existence of the country of Israel was driving the world nearer and nearer to the second when God would achieve an arrangement He had defined before the establishment of the world.
At the point when man trespassed in the Garden of Eden and fell into the horrendous grasps of transgression, it didn't get God unsuspecting. Truth be told, God had effectively contrived an arrangement whereby sin may be dealt with, even before wrongdoing turned into a reality. This arrangement based on One called the Lamb of God. This Lamb was guaranteed to Adam and Eve soon after they trespassed, Gen. 3:15. This Lamb was ready through the wonder of the virgin birth. This Lamb was given when He was brought into the world in Bethlehem. Be that as it may, the arrangement couldn't be done until the Lamb had been introduced. The Lamb needed to come into this world; He needed to live here; in any case, to achieve God's arrangement, this Lamb needed to bite the dust here also. These stanzas talk about the introduction of Heaven's Lamb. These stanzas talk about the second in time when the arrangement of the ages was refined. I need to take these sections and offer the realities contained here as I attempt to lecture on Behold The Lamb Presented. It is possible that the Lord simply needs to empower His youngsters today. It is possible that He needs to draw an unpredictable child or girl home to Him today. It is possible that He needs to address your heart and attract you to Himself salvation. I don't have the foggiest idea what the Lord plans to achieve through this message, yet I realize He needs to accomplish something interminable. We should hear what He needs to say as we take a gander at the subject Behold The Lamb Presented. I. v. 10-11 THE TRAGEDY OF THE LAMB'S PRESENTATION A. The Reality Of This Tragedy – The very expressions utilized in these stanzas commute home the ruthless idea of the passing of Jesus Christ. Notice: "offering of the assemblage of Jesus Christ," v. 10; "penance for sins," v. 12. At the point when the Lamb of God was introduced as the ideal contribution for transgression, it was not some germ-free, sterile occasion. The demise of the Lamb of God was awful and ruthless too much. Indeed, even a speedy overview of the Bible confirms that reality. 1. Double-crossed by Judas and abandoned by the devotees - Matt. 26:47-56 2. Beaten by the Temple watches - Luke 22:63-64 3. Dismissed by the very individuals He came to save - Matt. 27:17-25; John 1:11 4. Scourged - Matt. 27:26 (Ill. Wrinkles - Psa. 129:3) 5. Taunted by the troopers and delegated with thistles - Matt. 27:26-29 6. Facial hair culled from His face - Isa. 50:6 7. Stripped Naked - Matt. 27:35 8. Killed - Nailed to a cross and hung up to kick the bucket - Matt. 27:35 9. Totally defaced to excess - Isa. 50:14 (Sick. A specialist by the name of C. Truman Davis attempted to depict the loathsomeness of the cross. Here is the thing that he said: "The cross is put on the ground and the depleted man is immediately tossed in reverse with his shoulders against the wood. The legionnaire feels for the downturn at the front of the wrist. He drives a substantial, square fashioned iron nail through the wrist and profound into the wood. Rapidly he moves to the opposite side and rehashes the activity, being mindful so as not to pull the arms too firmly, but rather to permit some flex and development. The cross is then lifted into place. The left foot is squeezed in reverse against the right foot, and with the two feet broadened, toes down, a nail is passed through the curve of each, leaving the knees flexed. The casualty is currently executed. As he gradually hangs down with more weight on the nails in the wrists, horrendous, blazing torment shoots along the fingers and up the arms to detonate in the mind—the nails in the wrists are squeezing the middle nerves. As he propels himself vertical to stay away from this extending torture, he puts the full weight on the nail through his feet. Again he feels the singing distress of the nail tearing through the nerves between the bones of his feet. As the arms weariness, cramps move through the muscles, tying them in profound, persistent, pulsating torment. With these spasms comes the powerlessness to propel himself vertical to relax. Air can be brought into the lungs however not breathed out. He battles to bring himself up in request to settle the score one little breath. At long last carbon dioxide develops in the lungs and in the circulatory system, and the spasms somewhat die down. Fitfully he can propel himself vertical to breathe out and get nurturing oxygen. H Hours of this boundless aggravation, patterns of curving, joint-tearing issues, discontinuous incomplete suffocation, burning torment as tissue is torn from his cut back as he goes here and there against the unpleasant lumber. Then, at that point another misery starts: a profound, pulverizing torment somewhere down in the chest as the pericardium gradually loads up with serum and starts to pack the heart. It is presently practically finished—the deficiency of tissue liquids has arrived at a basic level—the compacted heart is battling to siphon weighty, thick, drowsy blood into the tissues—the tormented lungs are putting forth a berserk attempt to pant in little swallows of air. He can feel the chill of death crawling through is tissues. . . At last he can permit his body to pass on. This the Bible records with the straightforward words, "And they executed Him." (Mark 15:24). What wondrous love is this?"[1] B. The Reason For This Tragedy – Again, the expressions of our content reveal to us why this terrible occasion needed to happen. "By the which will we are purified," v. 10; "one penance for sins everlastingly," v. 12. These two expressions mention that Jesus was not passing on for Himself, He was biting the dust for other people. "The wages of transgression is passing," Rom. 6:23. The Bible likewise says, "The spirit that sinneth, it will kick the bucket," Eze. 18:4. At the point when Jesus kicked the bucket, He passed on without transgression, 1 Pet. 2:22; however He was passing on for transgression, 2 Cor. 5:21, "For Christ likewise hath once languished over sins, the only for the unreasonable, that he may carry us to God, being executed in the tissue, yet animated by the Spirit:," 1 Peter 3:18. At the point when Jesus kicked the bucket on that cross and persevered through that horrendous, ruthless, excruciating passing, He was not biting the dust for Himself. He was setting out His life for you and for me. He did how He helped you – John 15:13! "Offering," v. 10, 14, signifies "present or gift." When Jesus Christ went to the cross of Calvary and passed on there, He did as such to give lost individuals the best conceivable gift: The endowment of His affection showed through His demise, Rom. 5:8. (Sick. At times this sort of penance is unfamiliar to us people. For example, there is this story: A man went to the specialist following quite a while of indications. The specialist analyzed him cautiously, then, at that point called the patient's significant other into his office "Your better half is experiencing an uncommon type of frailty. Without treatment, he'll be dead in half a month. The uplifting news is, it very well may be treated with appropriate sustenance." "You should rise and shine early each day and fix your significant other a hot breakfast—hotcakes, bacon and eggs, the works. He'll require a home-prepared lunch each day, and afterward an antiquated meat-and-potato supper each evening. It would be particularly useful if you would heat as often as possible. Cakes, pies, hand crafted bread—these are the things that will permit your significant other to live. "Something more. His safe framework is powerless, so it's significant that your house be kept immaculate consistently. Do you have any inquiries?" The spouse had none. "Would you like to break the news, or will I?" asked the specialist. "I will," the spouse answered. She strolled into the test room. The spouse, detecting the earnestness of his ailment, asked her, "It's awful, right?" She gestured, tears gushing in her eyes. "What will happen to me?" he inquired. With a cry, the spouse exclaimed, "The specialist says you're going to die!"[2]) (Sick. Obviously, there are time when selflessness is exceptionally apparent among people. Boarding the SS Dorchester on a terrible winter day in 1943 were 903 soldiers and four clerics, including Moody graduate Lt. George Fox. The Second Great War was going full bore, and the boat was going across the frigid North Atlantic where German U-boats prowled. At 12:00 on the morning of February 3, a German torpedo tore into the boat. "She's going down!" the men cried, scrambling for rafts. A youthful GI crawled dependent upon one of the ministers. "I've lost my life coat," he said. "Take this," the minister said, giving the officer his coat. Before the boat sank, every minister gave his life coat to another man. The courageous pastors then, at that point connected arms and lifted their voices in petition as the Dorchester went down. Lt. Fox and his kindred ministers were granted after death the Distinguished Service Cross.[3]) Say thanks to God, Jesus Christ didn't keep down, yet willing gave His everything on the cross with the goal that we may be saved from our wrongdoings! As the musician said, "He did everything for me!" II. v. 10-14 THE TESTIMONY OF THE LAMB'S PRESENTATION A. v. 10 A Testimony Of Conversion – "purified" signifies "to be blessed; to be devoted to God." The thought here is that through the demise of Jesus Christ on the get and through the shedding of His valuable blood; every one of the individuals who trust Him by confidence are made heavenly. Presently, in the event that you know at least something about the Bible, you will realize that we are everything except blessed when we enter this world, Rom. 3:10, 23; Eph. 2:1-3. Express gratitude toward God, there is power in the blood of the Lamb! There is ability to save the lost soul, 1 Pet. 1:18-19. There is ability to change the lost heathen into a reclaimed holy person of God, 2 Cor. 5:17. There is power

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