"A man pays a ransom for slaves; but Christ took the slave's place. Fifthly, THERE ARE CERTAIN GREAT CENTRAL THINGS AMONG THE TYPES OF THE OLD TESTAMENT WHICH CAST MUCH LIGHT OVER THE MYSTERIOUS FACT IN OUR TEXT, AND, IN THEIR TURN, RECEIVE IMPORTANT LIGHT FROM IT. (5) All men in the world are obliged to return gratitude and obedience unto Christ upon the account and consideration of His death; therefore His death had a respect to all (See 1 Corinthians 6:20; 2 Corinthians 5:15). The curse of the law is its condemning sentence, whereby a sinner is bound over to death, even the death of soul and body. It is true He hath already demonstrated His hate against it by ruthful examples upon all the creatures. Indeed, His obedience and sufferings could be exacted from Him upon no other account. This, at the first glance of our thoughts upon it, seems very difficult, if not impossible, to be reconciled. Fifthly, THERE ARE CERTAIN GREAT CENTRAL THINGS AMONG THE TYPES OF THE OLD TESTAMENT WHICH CAST MUCH LIGHT OVER THE MYSTERIOUS FACT IN OUR TEXT, AND, IN THEIR TURN, RECEIVE IMPORTANT LIGHT FROM IT. but for this cause came I unto this hour." Temporal death, as well us eternal, is a part of the curse; if Christ have fully satisfied by bearing the curse for us, how is it that those for whom He bare it die as well as others? We pass on to STATE SOME OBECTIONS, and to answer them. It would grieve one's heart to see how many poor creatures are drudging and tugging at a task of repentance, and revenge upon themselves, and reformation, and obedience, to satisfy God for what they have clone against Him: And alas! Behold here the very soul of the Lord's Supper, which might have for its motto, "Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us," — "This is My body broken for you: this cup is My blood of the new covenant, shed for remission of the sins of many." Yea, and He is the fountain of all blessing, whence flow all our hopes and happiness. The world flung its curse on Christ. But God loved us before Christ died for us; for it was the love of God to the world that moved Him to give His only-begotten Son. In this blessing is included —1. Hopkins, D. D.This curse is the wretched inheritance of all the guilty sons of Adam. [1] There is a near conjunction between Christ and us, upon which account it is no injustice to punish Him in our stead. You were cursed. To this I answer: That sin may be con. (1) That Christ died for all men, with an absolute intention of bringing all and every one of them into a state of salvability; from the which they were excluded by their guilt and God's righteous judgment, and that He is not frustrated in this His intention, but, by His death, hath fully effected and accomplished it. It is impossible to read the Gospel histories without perceiving that by far His deepest agonies were those which He endured when there was no hand of man upon Him at all, or when, at least, He himself traces the suffering to another hand altogether — saying, for example, "Now is My soul troubled; and what shall I say? (5) All men in the world are obliged to return gratitude and obedience unto Christ upon the account and consideration of His death; therefore His death had a respect to all (See 1 Corinthians 6:20; 2 Corinthians 5:15). If Christ's death satisfied God for our sins, how unparalleled is the love of Christ to poor sinners!4. "O Lord, truly I am Thy servant; I am Thy servant, and the son of Thine handmaid: Thou has loosed my bonds."2. But if Christ's authority over all, as Mediator, be founded on His death, it will follow that, as His authority is over all, so His death was for all; otherwise He must exercise His jurisdiction over those persons over whom He hath no right nor title.III. When Jesus was led forth out of Jerusalem, and there crucified between the thieves, it was as if all the innumerable multitudes of sinners whom He represented had been in that hour carried out, and had there endured, in their own persons, the curse of the Divine law due to their whole ungodliness, unrighteousness, pride, falsehood, vanity, uncleanness, rebellion, and I know not what other crimes and sins.VI. )Christ made a curseC. 14), "that the blessing of Abraham might come on the Gentiles through Jesus Christ; that we might receive the promise of the Spirit through faith." Beyond all doubt the meaning is, Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, having borne that curse — been made the curse of the law for us. G. Brown, D. D.)LinksGalatians 3:13 NIVGalatians 3:13 NLTGalatians 3:13 ESVGalatians 3:13 NASBGalatians 3:13 KJVGalatians 3:13 Bible AppsGalatians 3:13 ParallelGalatians 3:13 Biblia ParalelaGalatians 3:13 Chinese BibleGalatians 3:13 French BibleGalatians 3:13 German BibleGalatians 3:13 CommentariesBible Hub, (2)His righteous nature (Psalm 11:6, 7);(3)the inward desert of sin (Romans 1:32).4. but for this cause came I unto this hour." This, at the first glance of our thoughts upon it, seems very difficult, if not impossible, to be reconciled. Pardon could not be an act of pure grace, if God received satisfaction from us; but if He pardon us upon the satisfaction received from Christ, though it be of debt to Him, it is of grace to us: for it was grace to admit a surety to satisfy, more grace to provide Him, and most of all to apply His satisfaction to us, by uniting us to Christ, as He hath done.4. Is it consistent with the justice of God to punish an innocent person for the sins of those that are guilty? Let us consider what redemption is. Is it consistent with the justice of God to punish an innocent person for the sins of those that are guilty? Besides that he says "made" — not called, or wished, but (γενόμενος) made a curse, — see how certain it is from the entire context that it is the curse of God which he speaks of, and which he says Christ was made. (Bishop Chris. Our first position then is, that it is the curse of God "which the apostle says Christ was made, and God Himself who made Him that curse.II. G. Brown, D. D.)LinksGalatians 3:13 NIVGalatians 3:13 NLTGalatians 3:13 ESVGalatians 3:13 NASBGalatians 3:13 KJVGalatians 3:13 Bible AppsGalatians 3:13 ParallelGalatians 3:13 Biblia ParalelaGalatians 3:13 Chinese BibleGalatians 3:13 French BibleGalatians 3:13 German BibleGalatians 3:13 CommentariesBible Hub, (a)in body and(b)in soul.It was an anguish never to be measured, an agony never to be comprehended. ", Deliverance Firm the Curse Through Christ, The Curse of the Law and the Curse of the Cross, The Necessity for Christ's Bearing Our Curse. It was not for anything He had done that He became a curse. Lonsdale.) Infirmary, suffering from an affection of the throat, supposed to be diphtheria. For God could never have been so completely satisfied in exacting the penalty from us in our own- persons as now He is by the punishments laid upon His own Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ has undertaken and accomplished this great work.6. For, besides the frightfulness of such a thing to be even imagined, it were in contradiction to the express words, "He hath made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us." If Christ, by dying, hath made full satisfaction, then God is no loser in pardoning the greatest of sinners that believe in Jesus; and consequently His justice can be no bar to their justification and salvation. IT WAS TRANSFERRED TO CHRIST. Man's hatred to God culminated in the act that put Christ to death.3. Three words in conclusion.1. Could God love us, and yet not be reconciled and satisfied? But God loved us before Christ died for us; for it was the love of God to the world that moved Him to give His only-begotten Son. If Christ, by dying, hath made full satisfaction, then God is no loser in pardoning the greatest of sinners that believe in Jesus; and consequently His justice can be no bar to their justification and salvation. Be it well known to all, that we become partakers of this whole redemption by faith alone without the deeds of the law.(C. But it is certain He will not bring His curse on the guiltless. The same may be said of all the afflictions with which God, for gracious ends, now exercised His reconciled ones. ")Our redemption by ChristE. But if Christ had not died for all, as well for the reprobate as the elect, this tender could not be made to all, as our Saviour commands it to be (v. 15), "Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature. The blood of the man Christ Jesus is the matter of the satisfaction; the Divine nature dignifies it, and makes it of infinite value.2. We are redeemed from the curse. The operation of tracheotomy was performed by Mr. W. C. Lysaght, M.R.C.S., assistant medical officer to the Infirmary; but the tube becoming choked, the last chance of saving the man's life was for some one to apply his lips to the tube and suck the moisture. For those very sufferings of thy Saviour, which were an expiation for the sins of the whole world, were all of them tendered to the Father as an expiation for thine, and the full value of His infinite satisfaction belongs all of it entirely unto thee. Our first position then is, that it is the curse of God "which the apostle says Christ was made, and God Himself who made Him that curse.II. "In the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die."5. (John Flavel. Wherefore Jesus also, that he might sanctify the people with His own blood, suffered without the gate." But let us fix our attention a little more closely on those words of 2 Corinthians 5:21, "God made Him to be sin for us, that we might be made the righteousness of God in Him." Let us consider what redemption is. What a picture of the prophet's "Awake, O sword, against My shepherd, and against the man that is My fellow, saith the Lord of Hosts; smite the shepherd!" To them the law of God was very peculiarly given beyond all others.2. And then, as it is God's curse which the apostle says Christ was made, so was it God Himself who made Him that curse. Romanos 10:17 He says the reason is, that men are not saved now by any personal merit, but their salvation lies in another, viz., in Christ Jesus, the Representative Man, who alone can deliver from the curse of the law; and since works do not connect us with Christ, but faith is the uniting bond, faith becomes the way of salvation. to escape the righteous judgment of God if thou continuest in thy sins and provocations?3. Whereby was typified unto us our redemption by Jesus Christ, who, having a body prepared for Him, is now become near of kin unto us, and is not ashamed to call us brethren. There is a natural conjunction between us, as Christ is truly man, and hath taken upon Him our nature, which makes a cognation and alliance between us. And, therefore, God is resolved to fit a vessel large enough, a subject capable enough, to contain the immense ocean of His wrath; and because this cannot be in any finite and limited nature, God Himself must be subject to the wrath of God. At his wit's end what to do — for the crime must be punished — it occurred to him to make such an appeal as, to compare small things to great, reminds us of the mystery of salvation, and the love of Him who "was wounded for our transgressions, and bruised for our iniquities, and by whose stripes we are healed." — "My soul is exceeding sorrowful, even unto death; tarry ye here and watch with Me" — "Oh My Father, if it be possible, let this cup pass from Me" — "My God, My God, why hast Thou forsaken Me?" (1)He was of such dignity that He could represent it;(2)His act was spontaneous;(3)He was appointed of the Father;(4)foreseeing the result of His work He rejoiced to do it (Isaiah 53:11; Hebrews 13:1, 2).3. Featuring a sermon puts it on the front page of the site and is the most effective way to bring this sermon to the attention of thousands including all mobile platforms + newsletter. Christ the sufferer must be Christ the Redeemer.2. For if His own Son, dear to Him as His own essence, could not escape, when He only stood in the place of sinners, how thinkest thou, O wretch! And can there any, in this forlorn and desperate ease, interpose to shelter the trembling sinner from so great, so deserved, so imminent a destruction? We find frequent instances of this in the Scripture (Exodus 20:8; Lamentations 5:7; Genesis 9:25; 2 Samuel 21:1-14; 2 Samuel 24:17). In order to save the … It is the twenty-first of Deuteronomy, the twenty-second and twenty-third verses — "If a man have committed a sin worthy of death, and he be to be put to death, and thou hang him on a tree; his body Shall not remain all night upon the tree, but thou shalt in any wise bury him that day (for he that is hanged is accursed of God); that thy land be not defiled, which the Lord thy God giveth thee for an inheritance."IV. Now the redemption made for us by Christ is a proper redemption, by way of price; and that price, not only reckoned valuable by acceptation, but, in itself, fully equivalent to the purchase, and compensatory to Divine justice.2. At his wit's end what to do — for the crime must be punished — it occurred to him to make such an appeal as, to compare small things to great, reminds us of the mystery of salvation, and the love of Him who "was wounded for our transgressions, and bruised for our iniquities, and by whose stripes we are healed." Father, save Me from this hour? As soon as ever the least breath of this contagion seized upon them, God turned the angels out of heaven, and man out of Paradise; He subjected the whole creation unto vanity, that nothing but fears, care, sorrow, and disappointment reign here below; and under these woeful effects of the Divine wrath we groan and sign away our days. And then, as it is God's curse which the apostle says Christ was made, so was it God Himself who made Him that curse. If Christ's death satisfied God for our sins, how unparalleled is the love of Christ to poor sinners!4. In order, therefore, that He may be able to suffer for sin, He must be human; and in order that He may be able to take away the sins, and to satisfy God's justice for them, He must be Divine.4. it cannot be, they do but lose their labour; could they swelter their very hearts out, weep till they can weep no more, cry till their throats be parched, alas, they can never recompense God for one vain thought. But let us fix our attention a little more closely on those words of 2 Corinthians 5:21, "God made Him to be sin for us, that we might be made the righteousness of God in Him." But now, thirdly, there was a mysterious manner, yet most real and true, in which Christ was not guiltless. Did Christ bear the same wrath and curse which were due to us for our sins, or some other punishment in lieu thereof? For want of rightly distinguishing between these, too many have been woefully staggered and perverted in their faith; and have been induced to believe that Christ died not in the stead of any, but only for the good of all, as the Socinians blaspheme. But although He is for ever blessed essentially, yet,(2) Mediatorily, He was accursed; and that because the economy and dispensation of His mediatory office required that tie should be subjected unto sufferings, not only as they were simply evil, but as they were penal, and inflicted on Him to this very end, that justice might be repaired and satisfied. God alone can bring His curse on any man. Thus much may suffice to establish this great truth. The one is the manifestation of His holiness; the other is the satisfaction of His justice. Then, the wondrous settlement of that quarrel (ver. Fifthly, THERE ARE CERTAIN GREAT CENTRAL THINGS AMONG THE TYPES OF THE OLD TESTAMENT WHICH CAST MUCH LIGHT OVER THE MYSTERIOUS FACT IN OUR TEXT, AND, IN THEIR TURN, RECEIVE IMPORTANT LIGHT FROM IT. What a picture of Christ made a curse, enduring the fire of "the wrath of God revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men!" G. Brown, D. D.)LinksGalatians 3:13 NIVGalatians 3:13 NLTGalatians 3:13 ESVGalatians 3:13 NASBGalatians 3:13 KJVGalatians 3:13 Bible AppsGalatians 3:13 ParallelGalatians 3:13 Biblia ParalelaGalatians 3:13 Chinese BibleGalatians 3:13 French BibleGalatians 3:13 German BibleGalatians 3:13 CommentariesBible Hub, (3)the inward desert of sin (Romans 1:32).4. Besides that he says "made" — not called, or wished, but (γενόμενος) made a curse, — see how certain it is from the entire context that it is the curse of God which he speaks of, and which he says Christ was made. God's complacential love is indeed inconsistent with an unreconciled state: He is reconciled to every one He so loves. THE BLESSED CONSEQUENCES OF CHRIST'S HAVING THUS BEEN MADE A CURSE FOR US. This was the bitter experience of His life. (Bishop Chris. The brazen serpent. In order, therefore, that He may be able to suffer for sin, He must be human; and in order that He may be able to take away the sins, and to satisfy God's justice for them, He must be Divine.4. 1. The punishment .was to be publicly inflicted, "that others might fear." The brazen serpent. Be it well known to all, that we become partakers of this whole redemption by faith alone without the deeds of the law.(C. That punishment is hanging on a tree (Deuteronomy 21:23).6. He was soon sought out and released, but the hurts he had received from the pressure of the chains lasted all his life .... After this St. Vincent worked with infinitely more force on the consciences of the convicts for having been for a time one of themselves. Oh for a profound self-abasement, and fervent love, and lively faith, in the observing of it!3. Substantially it is this, that God never has had a quarrel with man, but only man a quarrel with God, — that God never has been angry with men, but men only jealous of Him; and that the whole design, of Christ's coming into the world, and of His suffering unto death was to convince men of this — who, as soon as they are persuaded to believe it — to believe that God loves them, and has loved them always, are saved. But although He is for ever blessed essentially, yet,(2) Mediatorily, He was accursed; and that because the economy and dispensation of His mediatory office required that tie should be subjected unto sufferings, not only as they were simply evil, but as they were penal, and inflicted on Him to this very end, that justice might be repaired and satisfied. (5) The effect and fruit of this His satisfaction is our freedom, ransom, or deliverance from the wrath and curse due to us for our sins. "In the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die."5. The primary intent of the law is reparation and satisfaction; he that can make it at one entire payment (as Christ could and did) ought to be discharged. But God loved us before Christ died for us; for it was the love of God to the world that moved Him to give His only-begotten Son. Did Christ bear the same wrath and curse which were due to us for our sins, or some other punishment in lieu thereof? God's curse of something more than a threatening; He comes at length to blows. And hence the settlement of our vile quarrel also with God (ver. He was made a curse. Let us try to understand more clearly the nature of His substitution, and of the suffering which it entailed upon Him.I. But the fact, unquestionably, was that the principal sufferings of this Just One came from the immediate hand of the Father himself. (3) But the curse of the law being only duo unto sin and guilt, it remains yet to be inquired how this curse could be justly inflicted on our Saviour, who was infinitely pure and innocent; and to whom the Scripture gives this testimony, that He did no sin, neither was guile found in His mouth (1 Peter 2:22). But when the culprit, who had only been a few days in our school, was stripped, he was such a living skeleton, that the master had not the heart to beat him. Birch.Damon, a Grecian philosopher, is remarkable for his devotion to Pythias, his friend. Ver. (2) He suffered our punishment to free us from it.II. The curse being thus rolled away, the way is prepared for the coming of the blessing.5. Salvation becomes an actual and personal blessing through the ministration of the Spirit. Behold here the very soul of the Lord's Supper, which might have for its motto, "Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us," — "This is My body broken for you: this cup is My blood of the new covenant, shed for remission of the sins of many." I was doing the driving. Oh for a profound self-abasement, and fervent love, and lively faith, in the observing of it! (1)He was of such dignity that He could represent it;(2)His act was spontaneous;(3)He was appointed of the Father;(4)foreseeing the result of His work He rejoiced to do it (Isaiah 53:11; Hebrews 13:1, 2).3. B. Riddle, D. D.)The satisfaction of ChristJohn Flavel.1. (John Flavel. THIS BELONGED TO US.III. As if to say that when God appointed the sin-offerings of the law to be carried forth outside the camp as unclean and accursed, and to be burned in the fire, it was but a figure of our Lord Jesus, laden with our accursed iniquities, made sin and a curse, numbered with the transgressors, dealt with as the vilest of all — not by man so much as by God, the Holy One of Israel — because the Lord had, with His own most free consent, made to meet on Him the iniquities of us all. Three words in conclusion.1. His hanging on a tree was the sign and token of this (Deuteronomy 21:23 cf. In this blessing is included —1. For there is such an intimate union by faith between Christ and a believer, that they make up but one mystical person. Blessing through Christ included the "promise of the Spirit."Lessons:1. As soon as ever the least breath of this contagion seized upon them, God turned the angels out of heaven, and man out of Paradise; He subjected the whole creation unto vanity, that nothing but fears, care, sorrow, and disappointment reign here below; and under these woeful effects of the Divine wrath we groan and sign away our days. Then, the wondrous settlement of that quarrel (ver. Thus Jacob makes mention of the angel which redeemed him from all evil (Genesis 48:16); and the disciples profess that they hoped that Jesus had been He who should have redeemed the Israelites from under the Roman yoke and subjection, etc. )The two cursesBishop Chris. )The two cursesBishop Chris. Three words in conclusion.1. For such is the severity of the law, that when it is once offended, it will never be made amends again by all that we can do; it will not discharge the sinner, for all the sorrow in the world. John Piper Jan 23, 1983 75 Shares Conference Message. 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