The victim on the cross became the victor over sin and death – When Jesus was crucified, He was seen as a victim, an innocent man suffering at the hands of those in power. But in reality, Jesus was not a victim, but a victor. His death on the cross marked the ultimate victory over sin and death, and is the foundation of the Christian faith.
The victim on the cross became the victor over sin and death
#71 – 701 Sentence Sermons Book asked this question and I figured I’d write a blog post on it.
The Victory of the Cross
Through His death, Jesus paid the price for our sins and bridged the gap between God and humanity. He took the punishment we deserved, and in His resurrection, He demonstrated His power over death.
In light of this, we can have confidence in our salvation and hope for the future. We are no longer slaves to sin and death, but are free to live and love as Christ intended.
Let us remember that the cross is not just a symbol of suffering, but also of victory. As we reflect on the sacrifice of Jesus, let us also rejoice in His triumph over sin and death, and the hope that we have in Him.
May we live our lives in the light of this victory, sharing the love and life of Christ with all those around us.
Reminds me of the song Victory in Jesus!
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