Sacrifices: Could not Take Away Sin
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Christ the Great Physician.
... consequences. "The blood of Jesus Christ, his Son, cleanses from all sin."
The blood of animal sacrifices could not take away sin. "For ...
/.../viii christ the great physician.htm

Whether, at the Time of the Law, the Ceremonies of the Old Law had ...
... Consequently they could not cleanse from sin: thus the Apostle says ... from the fact
that they do not contain grace ... in the Old Law certain sacrifices were offered ...
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The Death of the Saviour the End of all Sacrifices.
... beyond this sense of need and unsatisfied longing, that could take the side ... is taken
away is just the system of sacrifices, which could not justify from ...
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The Day of Atonement
... that ceremonies do not avail to take away sin; and it ... of, and had himself offered,
sacrifices all the ... leper; namely, because one animal could not represent the ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture k/the day of atonement.htm

Good Friday
... Not so. These are right and good; but they are dead works, which cannot take away
sin, any more than could the gifts and sacrifices, the meats and drinks of ...
/.../kingsley/discipline and other sermons/sermon v good friday.htm

Sin Overcoming and Overcome
... Men have tried to do so by sacrifices, and false ... by being sorry for your sin than
you could bring a dead ... You do not take away the rock because you blow out the ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture j/sin overcoming and overcome.htm

The Blood of Sprinkling
... But the blood shedding of Israel's sacrifices could not take sin away.
It showed the way in which this was to be done, but it was ...
// way of peace/chapter v the blood of.htm

The Crucifixion
... All the old sacrifices, the lambs which were daily offered up to God in the Jewish
Temple, the lambs ... But the blood of dumb animals could not take away sin. ...
/.../kingsley/twenty-five village sermons/sermon xvi the crucifixion.htm

Whether a Suitable Cause Can be Assigned for the Ceremonies which ...
... iii), "we must take note that the more grievous the sin ... to Objection 12: In the matter
of sacrifices the Law ... of the offerers; so that those who could not have a ...
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His Past Work.
... year. These sacrifices could not take away sin. Then He, the Son of God,
stepped forward and made His great declaration. Coming ...
// work of christ/i his past work.htm

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Psalm 40:6
Sacrifice and offering you did not desire; my ears have you opened: burnt offering and sin offering have you not required.
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Hebrews 9:9
Which was a figure for the time then present, in which were offered both gifts and sacrifices, that could not make him that did the service perfect, as pertaining to the conscience;
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Hebrews 10:1-11
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: Benevolence

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: Devotedness

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: Figurative

Sacrifices: Generally the Best of Their Kind

Sacrifices: Imparted a Legal Purification

Sacrifices: Martyrdom

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: Prayer

Sacrifices: Required to be Perfect and Without Blemish

Sacrifices: Righteousness

Sacrifices: Thanksgiving

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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