The Sacrifice of Christ
1. What was the sacrifice which Christ offered?
He offered up Himself for sin.
2. In what way did He become the sacrifice?
He took our sin upon Him and suffered the penalty in our place.
3. When did He suffer that penalty?
When He died on the cross.
4. Did He suffer in both natures?
No; in the human nature only. The Divine nature cannot suffer.
5. Was not the union of the Divine and the human nature necessary in the work of salvation?
It was necessary; otherwise the human nature could not have sustained the sufferings it endured.
6. For what else was that union necessary?
To give value and efficacy to sufferings which, but for that union, would have been those of a mere creature.
7. Why would not the sufferings of a mere creature have sufficed?
Because every creature is bound…
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