The Finality of Christ’s Sacrifice – Part 2
The Finality of Christ’s Sacrifice – Part 2
Hebrews 10:5-18
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Sunday Morning Service,  April 24, 2011

In comparison to the futility of perpetual animal sacrifices in 10:1-4, there is a profound finality in the single sacrifice of Christ, marked by phrases such as “once for all” (10:10), “forever” (10:14) and “no longer” (10:18). Last week we saw that Jesus’ sacrifice is final because it was finally a sacrifice offered in perfect obedience to the Father (10:5-10). This morning, we find a second reason Jesus’ sacrifice was final, and it leads us to behold the empty tomb!

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