... If the Levitical priests typified Christ, it follows that the sacrifices which they
offered were also typical of Christ's sacrifice for the sins of the world. ...
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The Typical Significance of the Scriptures Declare their Divine ...
... Temple, Solomon was the one who offered sacrifices unto the ... only the leading lines
in each typical picture ... many other Old Testament characters who were types of ...
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The Epistle to the Hebrews
... of sacrificial blood, and of the typical significance of the ... through eternal spirit
and the sacrifices of the ... situation of man, demanded and were satisfied by ...
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The New Covenant.
... supposed to belong to the rites or sacrifices, all of ... then, that not only the covenant
was typical, but the ... and the purifying of all with blood were a copy of ...
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In his Temple
... Christ saw that something must be done. ... The worshipers offered their sacrifices
without understanding that they were typical of the only perfect ...
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First Sunday after Epiphany
... 11. Many and various were the sacrifices of the Old Testament. But all were typical
of this one sacrifice of the body, offered by Christ and his Christians. ...
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... eat the body and drink the blood of Christ. But ... and burned in the fire.
Both sacrifices, the passover and the sin-offering, were typical. ...
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The Passover: an Expiation and a Feast, a Memorial and a Prophecy
... to its meaning and to its typical aspect ... one passing allusion, shows that he recognised
Christ as the ... Other sacrifices were, at a later period, modelled on the ...
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The Only Atoning Priest
... The typical priests stood because there was work to do; still must they present
their sacrifices; but our ... Not only were none allowed to sit, but there was ...
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The Fact of the Redeemer's Return was Typified in the Lives of ...
... addition to its structure and materials, were needed to ... Elisha supplemented each
other in their typical characteristics ... one who offered up the sacrifices to God ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook1 Corinthians 5:7
Purge out therefore the old leaven, that you may be a new lump, as you are unleavened. For even Christ our passover is sacrificed for us:Torrey's Topical Textbook
And walk in love, as Christ also has loved us, and has given himself for us an offering and a sacrifice to God for a sweet smelling smell.
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For the law having a shadow of good things to come, and not the very image of the things, can never with those sacrifices which they offered year by year continually make the comers thereunto perfect.
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Sacrifices and Hardship
Sacrifices for Public Use often Provided by the State
Sacrifices of Praise
Sacrifices of Self-Denial
Sacrifices were Accepted when offered in Sincerity and Faith
Sacrifices were Bound to the Horns of the Altar
Sacrifices were offered by the Patriarchs
Sacrifices were offered for Individuals
Sacrifices were offered for the Whole Nation
Sacrifices were offered in Faith of a Coming Saviour
Sacrifices were offered: After the Departure of Israel from Egypt
Sacrifices were offered: At all the Feasts
Sacrifices were offered: Daily
Sacrifices were offered: from the Earliest Age
Sacrifices were offered: Monthly
Sacrifices were offered: Under the Mosaic Age
Sacrifices were offered: Weekly
Sacrifices were offered: Yearly
Sacrifices were Salted With Salt
Sacrifices were Typical of Christ's Sacrifice
Sacrifices without Obedience, Worthless
Sacrifices: "Calves of the Lips" Signifying Praise
Sacrifices: A Broken Spirit
Sacrifices: Always offered Upon Altars
Sacrifices: Consisted of Clean Animals or Bloody Sacrifices
Sacrifices: Consisted of The Fruits of the Earth or Sacrifices Without Blood
Sacrifices: Could not Take Away Sin
Sacrifices: Different Kinds of Burnt offering Wholly Consumed by Fire
Sacrifices: Different Kinds of Peace offering
Sacrifices: Different Kinds of Sin offering for Sins of Ignorance
Sacrifices: Different Kinds of Trespass offering for Intentional Sins
Sacrifices: Divine Institution of
Sacrifices: Fat of, not to Remain Until Morning
Sacrifices: Generally the Best of Their Kind
Sacrifices: Imparted a Legal Purification
Sacrifices: No Leaven offered With, Except For
Sacrifices: Offered to False Gods, are offered to Devils
Sacrifices: Often Consumed by Fire from Heaven
Sacrifices: On Great Occasions, Very Numerous
Sacrifices: Required to be Perfect and Without Blemish
Sacrifices: The Covenants of God Confirmed By
Sacrifices: The Jews: Condemned for Bringing Defective and Blemished
Sacrifices: The Jews: Condemned for not offering
Sacrifices: The Jews: Condemned for not Treating With Respect
Sacrifices: The Jews: Condemned for offering, to Idols
Sacrifices: The Jews: Unaccepted In, on Account of Sin
Sacrifices: The offering of, an Acknowledgment of Sin
Sacrifices: The Priests: Appointed to offer
Sacrifices: The Priests: had a Portion of, and Lived By
Sacrifices: To be Brought to the Place Appointed by God
Sacrifices: To be offered to God Alone
Sacrifices: when Bloody, Accompanied With Meat and Drink offering
Sacrifices: when offered to God, an Acknowledgement of his Being The
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