“God’s Son, Our Redeemer and Ransom, Advent part 3” Sunday Worship Service (9:30 AM in the GYM and 9:45 AM Live Stream)

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1) Participate in our onsite worship service in the GYM which begins at 9:30 AM, SUNDAY at 3757 Mill Street.
2) Watch live on the church Facebook page at 9:45 AM, SUNDAY by going to: facebook.com/srcmarion  There are announcement slides and music at the start of the stream while we wait for the right time to join the service in progress.  Please “like” our Facebook page for future notifications.
3) Watch the same recording later on Facebook at a time more convenient for you: facebook.com/srcmarion
4) Watch the same recording later on our newly created YouTube channel. Just type in “Second Reformed Church of Marion” when you go to youtube.com  Or you can click on this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo3ZNP8OgRarSQXfqzGcn-Q
5) Listen to the audio recording and see sermon outline on our church website: sermons.srcmarion.org

Title: God’s Son, Our Redeemer and Ransom, Advent Part 3

Text: Galatians 4:4-5, Luke 2:22-35, Matthew 3:13-17

Theme: For His Disobedient People, Our Redeemer Fulfilled God’s Law’s Requirements

  1. Jesus perfectly _____________  His Father all His life.
    1. That obedience began already in eternity.
    2. What did Jesus’ perfect obedience do for believers in Him?
  2. What Jesus brought to _____________   up on the Cross for us.
    1. He came to redeem those who were under the law…
    2. How should we respond to God for such an exquisite Gift?
      1. Mentally?
      2. Emotionally?
      3. Physically?
      4. Relationally?
      5. Vocationally?


Questions for Study

What was the price for our ransom from sin & God’s curse?

To whom was it paid?

To redeem someone is to liberate them from their debt & captivity.  What freedoms belong to those Jesus liberated by paying our ransom on the Cross?

What are the obligations of those whom Jesus has redeemed from sin & the Curse?

How do Jesus’ miracles of healing illustrate redemption?

How does II Corinthians 8:9 relate to our Galatians 4:4-5 text?

What else did Jesus’ death on the Cross redeem?  See Colossians 1:16-20; II Peter 3:8-13.

Why do some refuse to receive God’s free offer to ransom us in Christ?  Those who refuse, what does it say about their self-opinion?  Their  view of God?