... Jerusalem ... 22 Just as the new earth and the new heavens will endure by my power, so your descendants and your name will endure ... Isaiah 66 (GNT), 18 ... Jerusalem will be rebuilt, and its PALACE restored. Jeremiah 30:18 (GNT)

10
March
2011

Angels: Yom Kipur, lamb to the fallen angel ...! Part 3 of 4 - The Lord will provide

The Lord will provide

Genesis 22 tells us about Abraham who went to sacrifice his son Isaac, who was already a grown up man and could made his own choices. He did choose to go with his father. God made clear to Abraham in the land Moriah that he himself would provide for the offering, Genesis 22:1-19. Notice verse 14 says:

And Abraham called the name of the place, The-LORD-Will-Provide; as it is said to this day, “In the Mount of the LORD it shall be provided.”

What happened with Abraham and Isaac, who was a grown up man, foretold (is a blueprint) that God would provide a lamb for the sacrifice, his son Yeshua Messiah. By the way God doesn't ask for human sacrifices, Deuteronomy 32:15b-18. The fallen angels do (more about this reed: Angels: holy and fallen).

Yeshua Messiah was borne at the time of God's feasts of the fall. And he died at the time of the feast of Pasha, also God's feast, as the ultimate sacrifice for humanity. It was Yeshua's own choice as a grown up man, who lived in accordance to the will of his father, John 10:17-18, even when it hurt him, Matthew 26:38, Luke 12:50 and 22:42-44. In other words, he wasn't forced to lay down his life. He made the ultimate sacrifice in order to save people from their sins, and set humanity free. His sacrifice was foretold in many passages in biblical scripture. Also in the story of Abraham and Isaac.

If the first lamb symbolized a person, then the second lamb could symbolize some one else. Who? Does biblical scripture speak of another sacrifice that could foretell things to come?

Author: © Mrs A. vd Laan-LeitoPosted in: Recommended