Who is Redeemer Savior Part II

Jesus/Yeshua Redeemer and Savior

Who has saved us, not from the curse of God’s instruction; but from the curse of sin?

composed July 30 2015, Av 14

Jewish New Testament Commentary

(1Jn 4:14 CJB) Moreover, we have seen and we testify that the Father has sent his Son as Deliverer of the world.

(1Pe 2:21 CJB) Indeed, this is what you were called to; because the Messiah too suffered, on your behalf, leaving an example so that you should follow in his steps.

(1Pe 2:22 CJB) “He committed no sin, nor was any deceit found on his lips.”

(1Pe 2:23 CJB) When he was insulted, he didn’t retaliate with insults; when he suffered, he didn’t threaten, but handed them over to him who judges justly.

(JNTC)  1Pe 2:23

To him who judges justly, or “righteously.” God is referred to in the Jewish burial service as the “Righteous Judge,” as in 2Ti_4:6-8.

But handed them over to him who judges justly. The following is a modification of Yechiel Lichtenstein’s note on this:

“The meaning here is not as in the Talmud, ‘Let Heaven judge him,’ that is, ‘Let Heaven destroy my enemies.’ For Yeshua preached the opposite: ‘Love your enemies! Pray for those who persecute you!’ (Mat_5:44). Not only that, but in the moment of utmost extremity, as he was hanging from the stake, he practiced what he preached, praying, ‘Father, forgive them; they don’t understand what they are doing’ (Luk_23:34; compare Stephen at Act_7:60). Thus the meaning here is that Yeshua gave his case over into the hand of the Righteous Judge, confident that God would decide to accept his prayer for them-as written in Luk_22:42, ‘Not my will but yours be done.'” (Commentary to the New Testament, ad loc.)

Handed them over. The Greek text does not give a direct object for the verb, “handed over.” Thus an alternative understanding of this verse would have it tell us that Yeshua, confident that his enemies’ insults were nothing compared to God’s eventual vindication, “handed himself over to him who judges justly.” But since the rest of the verse gives two ways Yeshua did not deal with his enemies, it seems reasonable that Kefa would satisfy our curiosity and tell us how Yeshua did deal with them, thereby clarifying how Yeshua is an “example” in whose steps we should follow (1Pe_2:21).

(1Pe 2:24 CJB) He himself bore our sins in his body on the stake, so that we might die to sins and live for righteousness — by his wounds you were healed.

(JNTC)  1Pe 2:24

Deu_21:22-23 reads, in part, “If a man has committed a sin for which the penalty is death, and he is put to death, and you hang him on a stake, then his body is not to remain all night on the stake; rather, you are to bury him that day, for he who has been hanged is cursed by God.” In relation to Yeshua, the stake is the execution-stake on which he was wrongly put to death as a criminal (see Mat_10:38). This is clear from Gal_3:13, which says that although the Messiah was undeserving of punishment (compare 1Pe_2:22), he “redeemed us from the curse pronounced in the Torah by becoming cursed on our behalf; for the Tanakh says, ‘Everyone who hangs from a stake comes under a curse.'”On rendering Greek xulon as “stake,” and not “tree” as in KJV, see Act_5:30.

(Act 20:28 CJB) “Watch out for yourselves, and for all the flock in which the Ruach HaKodesh has placed you as leaders, to shepherd God’s Messianic community, which he won for himself at the cost of his own Son’s blood.

(Gal 3:13 CJB) The Messiah redeemed us from the curse pronounced in the Torah by becoming cursed on our behalf; for the Tanakh says, “Everyone who hangs from a stake comes under a curse.”

(JNTC)  Gal 3:13

Everyone who hangs from a stake comes under a curse (Deu_21:22-23; on “stake” here see Act_5:30). The curse spoken of applies to legalists (Gal_3:9-12) and is stated in Gal_3:10, which quotes Deu_27:26. The elements comprising the content of the curse are detailed in Deu_28:15-68.

But those who are not legalists, those who do have trust, are not under the curse, because the Messiah redeemed us who trust in him and in God from the curse pronounced in the Torah at Deuteronomy 27-28. How? By becoming cursed on our behalf, in our place. This he did by his own choice (Joh_10:17-18), out of his love for us (Rom_5:6-8). That God’s justice is consistent with the Messiah’s atoning vicariously for our sins through undergoing death and being cursed, is not proved here, but it is proved elsewhere in both the Tanakh and the New Testament. See, for example, Isa_53:5-6, Isa_53:12, quoted with further references at 1Pe_2:24-25; also Rom_3:25-26.

What is proved by citing Deu_21:22-23 at the end of Gal_3:13 is that the Messiah’s being crucified implied his becoming cursed. The idea that the Messiah can be cursed contradicts some traditional Jewish notions about the Messiah, but not all. For the curses prescribed in Deu_28:15-68 are physical and emotional sufferings, not spiritual, and certainly not eternal removal from God’s presence. The idea of a Messiah who suffers in sympathy and in company with the people of Israel is well known in Judaism. The Tanakh describes this most explicitly at Isaiah 53, which clearly pictures the Messiah undergoing the curse of suffering and death on behalf of others’ sins (on whether Isaiah 53 applies to the Messiah see Mat_2:15). For a number of quotations from later Jewish sources, see chapters 12 and 17 of Raphael Patai’s The Messiah Texts.

The following example of such a citation is from the Babylonian Talmud and assumes two Messiahs. The Messiah, son of Yosef, is thought of as suffering vicariously and dying for Israel, that is, being “cursed”; while the other, Messiah, son of David, is regarded as the one who will establish peace on earth.

” ‘And the land shall mourn’ (Zec_12:12). Rabbi Dosa and the other rabbis differed on what this verse means. The one said that they will mourn over Mashiach Ben-Yosef, who will be slain [in those days]; while the other said the mourning is over the yetzer hara’ [the evil inclination], which will be slain…. The Rabbis taught that the Holy One, blessed be he, will say to Mashiach Ben-David, ‘Ask anything of me, and I will give it to you, for it is written, “The Lord said unto me, ‘You are my son, this day I have become your father; ask of me, and I will give you the nations as your inheritance’ ” (Psa_2:7-8).’ When Mashiach Ben-David sees that Mashiach Ben-Yosef has been slain, he will say to God, ‘Master of the World! All I ask of you is life!’ God will say to him, ‘Even before you said, “life,” your father David prophesied about you, as it is written, “He asked life of you, and you gave it to him” ‘ (Psa_21:5).” (Sukkah 52a)

The New Testament, of course, shows that Mashiach Ben-Yosef and Mashiach Ben-David are the same person, Yeshua, whose human descent was from King David, whose legal but not physical father was Yosef, and whose resurrection has made it possible for him to come twice and fill both roles. For more on Zec_12:10-14 see Joh_19:37, Rev_1:7.

(Luk 24:21 CJB) And we had hoped that he would be the one to liberate Isra’el! Besides all that, today is the third day since these things happened;

(JNTC)  Luk 24:21

And we had hoped that he was the one who would liberate Israel. In other words, these Zealot-sympathizers had hoped he would turn out to be the Messiah-for they had not yet grasped the notion of a suffering Messiah who would die for sins. Even after the talmidim had seen the resurrected Yeshua a number of times and been taught by him for forty days they still expected him to “liberate Israel” without delay (Act_1:6). Yeshua answered their question about when and how he will consummate the setting up of the Kingdom in Act_1:7-8; see Act_1:6-7.

(Luk 24:22 CJB) and this morning, some of the women astounded us. They were at the tomb early

(Luk 24:23 CJB) and couldn’t find his body, so they came back; but they also reported that they had seen a vision of angels who say he’s alive!

(Luk 24:24 CJB) Some of our friends went to the tomb and found it exactly as the women had said, but they didn’t see him.”

(Luk 24:25 CJB) He said to them, “Foolish people! So unwilling to put your trust in everything the prophets spoke!

(JNTC)  Luk 24:25-27

Throughout the Tanakh are prophecies about the Messiah that are fulfilled in Yeshua and reported in the New Testament, including several indicating that the Messiah had to die like this; see also Mat_26:24. Yeshua, walking with the two talmidim toward Amma’us, certainly referred to many of these prophecies as he explained to them the things that can be found throughout the Tanakh concerning himself. Yet they still did not get the point; only when he “broke the matzah… and handed it to them” were “their eyes … opened” (Luk_24:30-31).

(Luk 24:26 CJB) Didn’t the Messiah have to die like this before entering his glory?”

(Luk 24:27 CJB) Then, starting with Moshe and all the prophets, he explained to them the things that can be found throughout the Tanakh concerning himself.

(Luk 24:28 CJB) They approached the village where they were going. He made as if he were going on farther;

(Luk 24:29 CJB) but they held him back, saying, “Stay with us, for it’s almost evening, and it’s getting dark.” So he went in to stay with them.

(Luk 2:10 CJB) but the angel said to them, “Don’t be afraid, because I am here announcing to you Good News that will bring great joy to all the people.

(JNTC)  Luk 2:10

The coming of Yeshua the Messiah is good news that brings great joy to all the people; the “people” is Israel (as in Luk_2:32 below).

(Luk 2:11 CJB) This very day, in the town of David, there was born for you a Deliverer who is the Messiah, the Lord.

(JNTC)  Luk 2:11

A deliverer or “savior.” Greek sôteêr, corresponding to Hebrew moshia’, which is another form of the word “hoshia’ ” (see Mat_21:9) and is related to Yeshua’s own name (see Mat_1:21). The word “sôteêr” is first used in the New Testament at Luk_1:47, where it refers to God (i.e., the Father); here it refers to Yeshua as having functions which are exclusively God’s.

A study of the word “yasha’ ” (“save”) in the Tanakh reveals several senses in which it is used in connection with God. God saves Israel (Exo_14:30) his people (2Sa_3:18) from the hand of her enemies (1Sa_4:3), and he promises to save them also from their uncleannesses (Eze_36:29). He saves afflicted ones (Psa_18:28 (Psa_18:27)), those of a contrite spirit (Psa_34:19 (Psa_34:18)), the children of the needy (Psa_72:4), the poor from the sword (Job_5:15), and the humble (Job_22:29). He saves not with sword and spear (1Sa_17:47) but with his right hand (Psa_138:7), in his mercy (Psa_31:17 (Psa_31:16)), and for the sake of his own name (Psa_106:8). He can save directly (1Sa_10:19) or through a human agent such as King Jeroboam (2Ki_14:27), and in one instance the credit is given to “the angel of his presence” (Isa_63:9). In conclusion, salvation may be from outward enemies or inward uncleannesses (sins), and it may apply to a people or to an individual.

Thus the New Testament, which uses the word “sôteêr” 24 times and the related verb “sôzoô” (“save”) 44 times, builds on the foundation already established in the Tanakh. When inquiry is made as to whether someone is “saved,” the question has roots in the Tanakh as well as in the New Testament.

(Joh 4:40 CJB) So when these people from Shomron came to him, they asked him to stay with them. He stayed two days,

(Joh 4:41 CJB) and many more came to trust because of what he said.

(Joh 4:42 CJB) They said to the woman, “We no longer trust because of what you said, because we have heard for ourselves. We know indeed that this man really is the Savior of the world.”

(Php 3:20 CJB) But we are citizens of heaven, and it is from there that we expect a Deliverer, the Lord Yeshua the Messiah.

(JNTC)  Php 3:20-21

This summarizes the teaching of 1 Corinthians 15.

(1Ti 1:1 CJB) From: Sha’ul, an emissary of the Messiah Yeshua by command of God our deliverer and the Messiah Yeshua our hope,

(JNTC)  1Ti 1:1

Sha’ul is Paul (Act_13:9). Emissary or “apostle” (see Mat_10:2-4).

The Greek word “‘Amidah” may be rendered “deliverer” (Hebrew go’el) or “savior” (Hebrew moshia’). God as “deliverer” appears in the seventh blessing of the ‘Amidah:

“Look on our affliction, plead our cause and deliver us quickly for your name’s sake; for you are a mighty deliverer. Blessed are you, Adonai, deliverer of Israel.”

In the first blessing of the ‘Amidah, God is spoken of as bringing a “deliverer” (go’el) in the future, but being himself “savior” (moshia’):

“Blessed are you,… God, … who remembers the pious deeds of the Patriarchs, and who in love will bring a redeemer [go’el] to their children’s children for your name’s sake. King, helper, savior [moshia’] and shield! Blessed are you, Adonai, shield of Abraham.”

Except for Luk_1:47 and Jud_1:25, where God is praised in the language of the Tanakh, only in this book (here, 1Ti_2:3, 1Ti_4:10) and sometimes in Titus is the word “sôteêr” applied to God the Father. Elsewhere in the New Testament it refers to Yeshua, the redeemer whom God has brought to the Patriarchs’ children’s children. For more on “sôteêr” see Luk_2:11.

(JNTC)

1Ti 1:1-16

I received mercy because I acted in unbelief and thus did not understand what I was doing. Compare Luk_23:34, “Yeshua said, ‘Father, forgive them; they don’t understand what they are doing’ “; likewise Kefa addressing his fellow-Jews at Act_3:17. While some non-Messianic Jews are tolerant of Messianic Jews, others act against them in unbelief, not understanding what they are doing. They think that in opposing Messianic Judaism they are serving God (compare Joh_16:2). They ignore Yeshua as an option for themselves. But God is very merciful; he can reach through all the sound and fury to the still, quiet place in every soul. Just as our Lord’s grace overflowed to Sha’ul, who called himself the number one sinner, his forgiveness and mercy can overflow to anyone; indeed, Sha’ul knew that he would be an example to those who would later come to trust in Yeshua.

(1Ti 1:2 CJB) To: Timothy, a true son because of your trust: Grace, mercy and shalom from God the Father and the Messiah Yeshua our Lord.

(JNTC)

1Ti 1:2

Timothy. See Php_1:1.

(1Ti 1:3 CJB) As I counseled you when I was leaving for Macedonia, stay on in Ephesus, so that you may order certain people who are teaching a different doctrine to stop.

(JNTC)

1Ti 1:3

When I was leaving for Macedonia. This trip of Sha’ul’s is not recorded in the book of Acts. Perhaps after being imprisoned in Rome (Acts 28) he was released and able to travel to the congregations he had started in Philippi, Thessalonica and Berea (Acts 16-17).

(JNTC)

1Ti 1:3-4

Timothy was to order certain people to stop teaching a different doctrine, probably one with both Jewish and pre-Gnostic components (on the Gnostics see Eph_1:23, Col_1:19; on one way pagans misused Jewish practices see Col_2:16-23). It did not focus on circumcision, as in Galatia, or on a wrong conception of the Messiah, as in Colossae, but on myths (called “Godless bubbe-meises” at 4:7 and “babblings” at 6:20) and never-ending genealogies. The exact content of the heresy is not altogether clear, but its result is clear: people end up “majoring in minors,” diverted to speculating about secondary matters and irrelevancies (compare 1Ti_6:4) instead of doing God’s work, which requires not useless information but ongoing trust in God and his Messiah, Yeshua.

Usually “myths and never-ending genealogies” is thought to refer to midrashic elaboration of the genealogies of the Patriarchs, such as can be found, for example, in the Book of Jubilees, written by a Pharisee around 125 B.C.E. But I propose that the error may also have included a variation of the Galatian heresy which, in lieu of requiring circumcision for Gentiles, attributed spiritual value to having blood ties with the Jewish people.

If those leading the movement were misguided Jewish believers, they were following the pattern of unjustifiable pride seen earlier in the antagonists of Yochanan the Immerser (Mat_3:9), Yeshua (Joh_8:39) and Sha’ul (2Co_11:22, Php_3:5-6). Also they were rejecting Sha’ul’s teaching that Gentile believers are already children of Abraham through trusting (1Ti_2:4; Rom_4:11-12, Rom_4:16; Gal_3:29) and therefore have no need to produce a family tree with Jews in it.

But Gentiles could also spark such a movement, although their motivation would be a bit different. I have met quite a number of Gentile Christians who seem to be obsessed with discovering and proving that they have a Jewish family connection. I am not speaking of those who, by telling me about their Jewish great-grandfather, merely want to let me know that we have something in common, but those who have managed to convince themselves-lacking any hard evidence but sometimes claiming special revelation from God-that they really are Jewish. The most extreme instance of which I have personal knowledge was a church with nearly a thousand Gentiles whose pastor and many leaders claimed to have “heard from God” that they were Jewish, complete with knowledge of which tribe they belonged to (for more, see Rev_2:9).

As a modern phenomenon, I think most of this can be explained either as an odd form of compensation for guilt at the Church’s antisemitism, as the outworking of an individual’s inner conflict with his own antisemitism, or as envy of the supposed spiritual benefit of being Jewish. In Sha’ul’s time the motivation would have been a Gentile’s feeling that he was not a full-fledged member of God’s chosen people unless he could prove that he had some “Jewish blood.”

The modern version of giving attention to myths and speculating instead of doing God’s work is excessive concentration on God’s plan for the future, so that people foolishly focus on doomsday and neglect good deeds here and now.

(1Ti 4:10 CJB) (indeed, it is for this that we toil and strive): we have our hope set on a living God who is the deliverer of all humanity, especially of those who trust.

(JNTC)

1Ti 4:10

God is the deliverer (1Ti_1:1) of all humanity (1Ti_2:4-7, Joh_3:16), especially of those who trust. The word “especially” reminds us that Rom_2:14-15 seems to allow the possibility that some who do not profess faith in Yeshua, perhaps because they do not have cognitive knowledge of the Gospel, may nevertheless be saved; but see the note there for the necessary cautions against using this concept to excuse not accepting Yeshua as the Messiah.

(Tit 1:1 CJB) From: Sha’ul, God’s slave and an emissary of Yeshua the Messiah, sent to promote among God’s chosen people the trust and knowledge of truth which lead to godliness

(JNTC)

Tit 1:1

An emissary sent to promote… the trust and knowledge of truth which lead to godliness, called “trust-grounded obedience” at Rom_1:5.

God’s chosen people. See Col_3:12.

(Tit 1:2 CJB) and which are based on the certain hope of eternal life. God, who does not lie, promised that life before the beginning of time

(JNTC)

Tit 1:2-3

God, who does not lie (compare Num_23:19), in contrast with the false teachers of Tit_1:10-16. On the rest of these verses, see 2Ti_1:9-11.

(Tit 1:3 CJB) but made public this word of his in its own season through a proclamation with which I have been entrusted by order of God, our Deliverer.

(Tit 1:4 CJB) To: Titus, a true son in the faith we share: Grace and shalom from God the Father and from the Messiah Yeshua, our Deliverer.

(JNTC)

Tit 1:4

Titus was a Gentile co-worker of Sha’ul’s who accompanied him to Jerusalem (Gal_2:1-3) and carried out various assignments (2Co_2:13, 2Co. 7:6-2Co. 8:23, 2Co_12:18; 2Ti_4:10).

In Tit_1:3 it is God who is called our Deliverer (see 1Ti_1:1); here it is the Messiah Yeshua. This is typical of how the New Testament highlights Yeshua’s divinity with roundabout language. Instead of saying, “Yeshua is God,” it describes him with words that can apply only to God. It was precisely this sort of thing that those without faith could not grasp, even when they saw it (Mar_2:1-12; Joh_6:1-71, Joh_9:1-41).

(Tit 2:10 CJB) or pilfering. On the contrary, they should demonstrate complete faithfulness always, so that in every way they will make the teaching about God our Deliverer more attractive.

(Tit 2:11 CJB) For God’s grace, which brings deliverance, has appeared to all people.

(JNTC)

Tit 2:11

God’s grace, which brings deliverance (or: “salvation”), has appeared to all people. Nevertheless, not everyone is saved because not everyone has committed himself to this grace. However, because it has appeared to everyone, everyone has the opportunity to commit himself. Certainly everyone reading the New Testament has the opportunity to believe it. Compare Rom_1:19-20, Rom_2:14-15.

(Tit 2:12 CJB) It teaches us to renounce godlessness and worldly pleasures, and to live self-controlled, upright and godly lives now, in this age;

(JNTC)

Tit 2:12-13

Tit_2:12 restates “what kind of behavior goes along with sound teaching” (Tit_2:1-10), here and now, in this life; while Tit_2:13 points to, literally, “the blessed hope,” meaning the blessed fulfillment of our certain hope, which is the appearing at the End of Days of the Sh’khinah (manifest glory) of God, and (at the same time) the appearing of our Deliverer, Yeshua the Messiah.

An alternative rendering: “… the appearing of the Sh’khinah of the great God, which Sh’khinah is our Deliverer, Yeshua the Messiah.” Heb_1:3 gives support by saying of Yeshua, “This Son is the radiance of the Sh’khinah.”

Many translators and commentators believe the sense is as in the Revised Standard Version: “… the appearing of the glory of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ.” The verse then states clearly that Jesus is God. But I think that understanding forces a statement about Yeshua’s divinity into a passage not concerned with it. Yeshua’s divine nature is not compromised by rendering as I have done. As I have pointed out elsewhere, the New Testament usually uses more indirect language to express Yeshua’s God-aspect.

(Tit 2:13 CJB) while continuing to expect the blessed fulfillment of our certain hope, which is the appearing of the Sh’khinah of our great God and the appearing of our Deliverer, Yeshua the Messiah.

(1Pe 1:10 CJB) The prophets, who prophesied about this gift of deliverance that was meant for you, pondered and inquired diligently about it.

(JNTC)

1Pe 1:10-12

There are scholars who hold that the prophets of the Tanakh spoke only to their own times, that they always understood the significance of what they said, and that their utterances contained only moral content and were never of predictive value or intent. These verses contradict that opinion. So does Daniel, who reports that an angel told him about the future and then instructed, “But you, Daniel, shut up the words and seal the book until the Time of the End.” Daniel then declares, “I heard, but I did not understand. So I said, ‘O my lord, what will be the end of these things?’ And he replied, ‘Go on your way, Daniel, for the words are closed up and sealed until the Time of the End'” (Dan_12:4, Dan_12:8-9). Compare also Jeremiah 32. Therefore people seeking the truth, like the Jews of Berea who “checked the Tanakh every day to see if the things Sha’ul was saying were true” (Act_17:11), should search the Tanakh to see if it points to Yeshua the Messiah. The Messianic prophecies already fulfilled by him show that it does (see Mat_26:24).

(1Pe 1:11 CJB) They were trying to find out the time and circumstances to which the Spirit of the Messiah in them was referring in predicting the Messiah’s sufferings and the glorious things to follow.

(JNTC)

1Pe 1:11

The Spirit of the Messiah, present in the Prophets centuries before Yeshua was born, is the Holy Spirit, the Ruach HaKodesh (compare Rom_8:9).

(Jud 1:25 CJB) to God alone, our Deliverer, through Yeshua the Messiah, our Lord — be glory, majesty, power and authority before all time, now and forever. Amen.

Yeshua Redeemer and Savior

Treasury of Spiritual Knowledge Commentary

(1Jn 4:14 CJB) Moreover, we have seen and we testify that the Father has sent his Son as Deliverer of the world.

(TSK)

1Jn 4:14

we have: 1Jo_1:1-3, 1Jo_5:9; Joh_1:14, Joh_3:11, Joh_3:32, Joh_5:39, Joh_15:26-27; Act_18:5; 1Pe_5:12

the Father: 1Jo_4:10; Joh_3:34, Joh_5:36-37, Joh_10:36

the Saviour: 1Jo_2:1-2; Joh_1:29, Joh_3:16-17, Joh_4:42, Joh_12:47

(1Pe 2:21 CJB) Indeed, this is what you were called to; because the Messiah too suffered, on your behalf, leaving an example so that you should follow in his steps.

(TSK)

1Pe 2:21

even: Mat_10:38, Mat_16:24; Mar_8:34-35; Luk_9:23-25, Luk_14:26-27; Joh_16:33; Act_9:16, Act_14:22; 1Th_3:3, 1Th_4:2; 2Ti_3:12

because: 1Pe_2:24, 1Pe_3:18, 1Pe_4:1; Luk_24:26; Act_17:3; Heb_2:10

for us: Some read, for you. 1Pe_1:20

leaving: Psa_85:13; Joh_13:15; Rom_8:29; 1Co_11:1; Eph_5:2; Phi_2:5; 1Jo_2:6; 1Jo_3:16; Rev_12:11

(1Pe 2:22 CJB) “He committed no sin, nor was any deceit found on his lips.”

(TSK)

1Pe 2:22

did: Isa_53:9; Mat_27:4, Mat_27:19, Mat_27:23-24; Luk_23:41, Luk_23:47; Joh_8:46; 2Co_5:21; Heb_4:15, Heb_7:26-27, Heb_9:28; 1Jo_2:1, 1Jo_3:5

guile: Joh_1:47; Rev_14:5

(1Pe 2:23 CJB) When he was insulted, he didn’t retaliate with insults; when he suffered, he didn’t threaten, but handed them over to him who judges justly.

(TSK)

1Pe 2:23

when he was: Psa_38:12-14; Isa_53:7; Mat_27:39-44; Mar_14:60-61, Mar_15:29-32; Luk_22:64-65, Luk_23:9, Luk_23:34-39; Joh_8:48-49, Joh_19:9-11; Act_8:32-35; Heb_12:3

threatened: Act_4:29, Act_9:1; Eph_6:9

but: 1Pe_4:19; Psa_10:14, Psa_31:5, Psa_37:5; Luk_23:46; Act_7:59; 2Ti_1:12

himself: or, his cause

judgeth: Gen_18:25; Psa_7:11, Psa_96:13; Act_17:31; Rom_2:5; 2Th_1:5; 2Ti_4:8; Rev_19:11

(1Pe 2:24 CJB) He himself bore our sins in his body on the stake, so that we might die to sins and live for righteousness — by his wounds you were healed.

(TSK)

1Pe 2:24

his own self: Exo_28:38; Lev_16:22, Lev_22:9; Num_18:22; Psa_38:4; Isa_53:4-6, Isa_53:11; Mat_8:17; Joh_1:29; Heb_9:28

on: or, to

the tree: Deu_21:22-23; Act_5:30, Act_10:39, Act_13:29; Gal_3:13

being: 1Pe_4:1-2; Rom_6:2, Rom_6:7, Rom_6:11, Rom_7:6 *marg. Col_2:20, Col_3:3 *Gr: 2Co_6:17; Heb_7:26

live: Mat_5:20; Luk_1:74-75; Act_10:35; Rom_6:11, Rom_6:16, Rom_6:22; Eph_5:9; Phi_1:11; 1Jo_2:29, 1Jo_3:7

by: Isa_53:5-6; Mat_27:26; Mar_15:15; Joh_19:1

healed: Psa_147:3; Mal_4:2; Luk_4:18; Rev_22:2

(Act 20:28 CJB) “Watch out for yourselves, and for all the flock in which the Ruach HaKodesh has placed you as leaders, to shepherd God’s Messianic community, which he won for himself at the cost of his own Son’s blood.

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Act 20:28

Take: 2Ch_19:6-7; Mar_13:9; Luk_21:34; 1Co_9:26-27; Col_4:17; 1Ti_4:16; Heb_12:15

all: Act_20:29; Son_1:7-8; Isa_40:11, Isa_63:11; Jer_13:17, Jer_13:20, Jer_31:10; Eze_34:31; Mic_7:14; Luk_12:32; 1Pe_5:2-3

over: Act_13:2, Act_14:23; 1Co_12:8-11, 1Co_12:28-31; 1Ti_4:14

overseers: Phi_1:1; 1Ti_3:2, 1Ti_5:17; Tit_1:7; Heb_13:17; 1Pe_2:25, Greek

to feed: Psa_78:70-72; Pro_10:21; Isa_40:11; Jer_3:15; Eze_34:3; Mic_5:4, Mic_7:14; Zec_11:4; Mat_2:6 *Gr: Joh_21:15-17; 1Pe_5:2-3

the church: 1Co_1:2, 1Co_10:32, 1Co_11:22, 1Co_15:9; Gal_1:13; 1Ti_3:5, 1Ti_3:15-16

which he: Psa_74:2; Isa_53:10-12; Eph_1:7, Eph_1:14; Col_1:14; Heb_9:12-14; 1Pe_1:18-19, 1Pe_2:9; Rev_5:9

(Gal 3:13 CJB) The Messiah redeemed us from the curse pronounced in the Torah by becoming cursed on our behalf; for the Tanakh says, “Everyone who hangs from a stake comes under a curse.”

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Gal 3:13

redeemed: Gal_3:10, Gal_4:5; Isa_55:5-7, Isa_55:10-12; Dan_9:24, Dan_9:26; Zec_13:7; Mat_26:28; Rom_3:24-26, Rom_4:25, Rom_8:3-4; 2Co_5:21; Eph_5:2; Tit_2:14; Heb_7:26-27, Heb_9:12, Heb_9:15, Heb_9:26, Heb_9:28, Heb_10:4-10; 1Pe_1:18-21, 1Pe_2:24, 1Pe_3:18; 1Jo_2:1-2, 1Jo_4:10; Rev_1:5, Rev_5:9, Rev_13:8

being: 2Ki_22:19; Jer_44:22, Jer_49:13; Rom_9:3

for: Deu_21:23; 2Sa_17:23, 2Sa_18:10, 2Sa_18:14-15, 2Sa_21:3, 2Sa_21:9; Est_7:10, Est_9:14; Mat_27:5; 1Pe_2:24

Cursed: Jos_10:26-27

(Luk 24:21 CJB) And we had hoped that he would be the one to liberate Isra’el! Besides all that, today is the third day since these things happened;

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Luk 24:21

Luk_1:68, Luk_2:38; Psa_130:8; Isa_59:20; Act_1:6; 1Pe_1:18-19; Rev_5:9

(Luk 24:22 CJB) and this morning, some of the women astounded us. They were at the tomb early

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Luk 24:22

Luk_24:9-11; Mat_28:7-8; Mar_16:9-10; Joh_20:1-2, Joh_20:18

(Luk 24:23 CJB) and couldn’t find his body, so they came back; but they also reported that they had seen a vision of angels who say he’s alive!

(Luk 24:24 CJB) Some of our friends went to the tomb and found it exactly as the women had said, but they didn’t see him.”

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Luk 24:24

went: Luk_24:12; Joh_20:1-10

(Luk 24:25 CJB) He said to them, “Foolish people! So unwilling to put your trust in everything the prophets spoke!

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Luk 24:25

O fools: Rather, inconsiderate men, ανοητοι [Strong’s G453], justly termed such, because they had not attended to the description of the Messiah by the prophets, nor to His teaching and miracles, as proofs that He alone was the person described. Mar_7:18, Mar_8:17-18, Mar_9:19, Mar_16:14; Heb_5:11-12

(Luk 24:26 CJB) Didn’t the Messiah have to die like this before entering his glory?”

Savior
Redeemer Savior

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Luk 24:26

Luk_24:46; Psa_22:1-31, Psa_69:1-36; Isa_53:1-12; Zec_13:7; Act_17:3; 1Co_15:3-4; Heb_2:8-10, Heb_9:22-23; 1Pe_1:3, 1Pe_1:11

(Luk 24:27 CJB) Then, starting with Moshe and all the prophets, he explained to them the things that can be found throughout the Tanakh concerning himself.

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Luk 24:27

beginning: Luk_24:44; Gen_3:15, Gen_22:18, Gen_26:4, Gen_49:10; Num_21:6-9; Deu_18:15; Joh_5:39, Joh_5:45-47; Act_3:22, Act_7:37

and all: Luk_24:25; Psa_16:9-10, Psa_132:11; Isa_7:14, Isa_9:6-7, Isa_40:10-11, Isa_50:6, Isa_52:13-14; Isa_53:1-12; Jer_23:5-6, Jer_33:14-15; Eze_34:23, Eze_37:25; Dan_9:24-26; Mic_5:2-4, Mic_7:20; Zec_9:9, Zec_13:7; Mal_3:1-3, Mal_4:2; Joh_1:45; Act_3:24; Act_10:43, Act_13:27-30; Rev_19:10

(Luk 24:28 CJB) They approached the village where they were going. He made as if he were going on farther;

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Luk 24:28

he made: That is, he was directing his steps as if to go onwards; and so he doubtless would, had he not been withheld by their friendly importunities. There is not the smallest ground for founding a charge of dissimulation against our Saviour, or affording any encouragement to dissimulation in others. Gen_19:2, Gen_32:26, Gen_42:7; Mar_6:48

(Luk 24:29 CJB) but they held him back, saying, “Stay with us, for it’s almost evening, and it’s getting dark.” So he went in to stay with them.

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Luk 24:29

Luk_14:23; Gen_19:3; 2Ki_4:8; Act_16:14

(Luk 2:10 CJB) but the angel said to them, “Don’t be afraid, because I am here announcing to you Good News that will bring great joy to all the people.

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Luk 2:10

Fear not: Luk_1:13, Luk_1:30; Dan_10:11-12, Dan_10:19; Mat_28:5; Rev_1:17-18

I bring: Luk_1:19, Luk_8:1; Isa_40:9, Isa_41:27, Isa_52:7, Isa_61:1; Act_13:32; Rom_10:15

to: Luk_2:31-32, Luk_24:47; Gen_12:3; Psa_67:1-2, Psa_98:2-3; Isa_49:6, Isa_52:10; Mat_28:18; Mar_1:15, Mar_16:15; Rom_15:9-12; Eph_3:8; Col_1:23

(Luk 2:11 CJB) This very day, in the town of David, there was born for you a Deliverer who is the Messiah, the Lord.

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Luk 2:11

unto: Luk_1:69; Isa_9:6; Mat_1:21; Gal_4:4-5; 2Ti_1:9-10; Tit_2:10-14, Tit_3:4-7; 1Jo_4:14

in: Luk_2:4; Mat_1:21

which: Luk_2:26, Luk_1:43, Luk_20:41-42; Gen_3:15, Gen_49:10; Psa_2:2; Dan_9:24-26; Mat_1:16, Mat_16:16; Joh_1:41, Joh_1:45, Joh_6:69, Joh_7:25-27, Joh_7:41, Joh_20:31; Act_2:36, Act_17:3; 1Jo_5:1

the Lord: Luk_1:43, Luk_20:42-44; Act_10:36; 1Co_15:47; Phi_2:11, Phi_3:8; Col_2:6

(Joh 4:40 CJB) So when these people from Shomron came to him, they asked him to stay with them. He stayed two days,

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Joh 4:40

they: Gen_32:26; Pro_4:13; Son_3:4; Jer_14:8; Luk_8:38, Luk_10:39, Luk_24:29; Act_16:15

he abode: Luk_19:5-10; 2Co_6:1-2; Rev_3:20

(Joh 4:41 CJB) and many more came to trust because of what he said.

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Joh 4:41

many: Gen_49:10; Act_1:8, Act_8:12, Act_8:25, Act_15:3

because: Joh_6:63, Joh_7:46; Mat_7:28-29; Luk_4:32; 1Co_2:4-5; Heb_4:13

(Joh 4:42 CJB) They said to the woman, “We no longer trust because of what you said, because we have heard for ourselves. We know indeed that this man really is the Savior of the world.”

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Joh 4:42

for: Joh_1:45-49, Joh_17:8; Act_17:11-12

and know: Joh_4:29, Joh_1:29, Joh_3:14-18, Joh_6:68-69, Joh_11:17; Isa_45:22, Isa_52:10; Luk_2:10-11, Luk_2:32; Act_4:12; Rom_10:11-13; 2Co_5:19; 1Jo_4:14

(Php 3:20 CJB) But we are citizens of heaven, and it is from there that we expect a Deliverer, the Lord Yeshua the Messiah.

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Php 3:20

our: Phi_1:18-21; Psa_16:11, Psa_17:15, Psa_73:24-26; Pro_15:24; Mat_6:19-21, Mat_19:21; Luk_12:21, Luk_12:32-34, Luk_14:14; 2Co_4:18, 2Co_5:1, 2Co_5:8; Eph_2:6, Eph_2:19; Col_1:5, Col_3:1-3; Heb_10:34-35; 1Pe_1:3-4

conversation: Gr. Isa_26:1-2; Gal_4:26; Eph_2:19; Heb_12:22; Rev_21:10-27

from: Act_1:11; 1Th_4:16; 2Th_1:7-8; Rev_1:7

we look: Phi_1:10; 1Co_1:7; 1Th_1:10; 2Ti_4:8; Tit_2:13; Heb_9:28; 2Pe_3:12-14

(1Ti 1:1 CJB) From: Sha’ul, an emissary of the Messiah Yeshua by command of God our deliverer and the Messiah Yeshua our hope,

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1Ti 1:1

an apostle: Rom_1:1; 1Co_1:1

by: 1Ti_2:7; Act_9:15, Act_26:16-18; 1Co_9:17; Gal_1:1, Gal_1:11; 2Ti_1:11; Tit_1:3

God: 1Ti_2:3, 1Ti_4:10; Psa_106:21; Isa_12:2, Isa_43:3, Isa_43:11, Isa_45:15, Isa_45:21, Isa_49:26, Isa_60:16, Isa_63:8; Hos_13:4; Luk_1:47, Luk_2:11; 2Ti_1:10; Tit_1:3, Tit_2:10, Tit_2:13, Tit_3:4, Tit_3:6; 2Pe_1:1; 1Jo_4:14; Jud_1:25

is: Rom_15:12-13; Col_1:27; 2Th_2:16; 1Pe_1:3, 1Pe_1:21

(1Ti 1:2 CJB) To: Timothy, a true son because of your trust: Grace, mercy and shalom from God the Father and the Messiah Yeshua our Lord.

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1Ti 1:2

Timothy: Act_16:1-3; 1Th_3:2

my: 1Ti_1:18; 1Co_4:14-17; Phi_2:19-22; 2Ti_1:2, 2Ti_2:1; Tit_1:4

Grace: Rom_1:7; Gal_1:3; 2Ti_1:2; Tit_1:4; 1Pe_1:2

(1Ti 1:3 CJB) As I counseled you when I was leaving for Macedonia, stay on in Ephesus, so that you may order certain people who are teaching a different doctrine to stop.

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1Ti 1:3

at: Act_19:1-10

when: Act_20:1-3; Phi_2:24

charge: 1Ti_4:6, 1Ti_4:11, 1Ti_5:7, 1Ti_6:3, 1Ti_6:10, 1Ti_6:17; Gal_1:6-7; Eph_4:14; Col_2:6-11; Tit_1:9-11; 2Jo_1:7, 2Jo_1:9-10; Rev_2:1-2, Rev_2:14, Rev_2:20

(1Ti 4:10 CJB) (indeed, it is for this that we toil and strive): we have our hope set on a living God who is the deliverer of all humanity, especially of those who trust.

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1Ti 4:10

therefore: 1Co_4:9-13; 2Co_4:8-10, 2Co_6:3-10, 2Co_11:23-27; 2Ti_2:9-10, 2Ti_3:10-12; Heb_11:26, Heb_13:13; 1Pe_4:14-15

because: 1Ti_6:17; Psa_37:40, Psa_52:8, Psa_84:12, Psa_118:8; Isa_12:2, Isa_50:10; Jer_17:7; Dan_3:28; Nah_1:7; Mat_27:43; Rom_15:12-13; 1Pe_1:21

the living: 1Ti_3:15

the saviour: 1Ti_2:4, 1Ti_2:6; Psa_36:6, Psa_107:2, Psa_107:6-43; Isa_45:21-22; Joh_1:29, Joh_3:15-17; 1Jo_2:2, 1Jo_4:14

specially: Joh_5:24; 1Jo_5:10-13

(Tit 1:1 CJB) From: Sha’ul, God’s slave and an emissary of Yeshua the Messiah, sent to promote among God’s chosen people the trust and knowledge of truth which lead to godliness

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Tit 1:1

a servant: 1Ch_6:49; Rom_1:1; Phi_1:1

faith: Joh_10:26-27; Act_13:48; Eph_2:8; 2Th_2:13-14; 1Ti_1:5

the acknowledging: Col_2:2; 2Ti_2:23, 2Ti_2:25; 1Jo_2:23

after: Tit_2:11-12; 1Ti_1:4, 1Ti_3:16, 1Ti_6:3; 2Pe_1:3, 2Pe_3:11

(Tit 1:2 CJB) and which are based on the certain hope of eternal life. God, who does not lie, promised that life before the beginning of time

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Tit 1:2

In: or, For

hope: Tit_2:7, Tit_2:13, Tit_3:7; Joh_5:39, Joh_6:68; Rom_2:7, Rom_5:2, Rom_5:4; Col_1:27; 1Th_5:8; 2Ti_1:1; 2Ti_2:10; 1Pe_1:3-4; 1Jo_2:25, 1Jo_3:2-3; Jud_1:21

eternal: Mat_25:46; Mar_10:17, Mar_10:30; Joh_3:15-16, Joh_6:54, Joh_10:28, Joh_17:2; Rom_5:21, Rom_6:23; 1Ti_6:12, 1Ti_6:19; 1Jo_5:11-13, 1Jo_5:20

God: Num_23:19; 1Sa_15:29; 1Th_2:15; 2Ti_2:15; Heb_6:17-18

promised: 2Ti_1:1, 2Ti_1:9; Rev_17:8

before: Pro_8:23-31; Mat_25:34; Joh_17:24; Act_15:18; Rom_16:25; 1Pe_1:20-23; Rev_13:8

(Tit 1:3 CJB) but made public this word of his in its own season through a proclamation with which I have been entrusted by order of God, our Deliverer.

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Tit 1:3

in: Dan_8:23, Dan_9:24-27, Dan_10:1, Dan_11:27; Hab_2:3; Act_17:26; Rom_5:6; Gal_4:4; Eph_1:10; 1Ti_2:6; 2Ti_1:10

manifested: Mar_13:10, Mar_16:15; Act_10:36; Rom_10:14-15, Rom_15:19, Rom_16:26; Eph_2:17; Eph_3:5-8; Phi_1:13; Col_1:6, Col_1:23; 1Ti_2:5; Rev_14:16

which: 1Co_9:17; 1Th_2:4; 1Ti_1:11, 1Ti_2:7; 2Ti_1:11

God: Tit_2:10, Tit_2:13, Tit_3:4-6; Isa_12:2, Isa_45:15, Isa_45:21; 1Ti_1:1, 1Ti_2:3, 1Ti_4:10

(Tit 1:4 CJB) To: Titus, a true son in the faith we share: Grace and shalom from God the Father and from the Messiah Yeshua, our Deliverer.

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Tit 1:4

Titus: 2Co_2:13, 2Co_7:6, 2Co_7:13-14, 2Co_8:6, 2Co_8:16, 2Co_8:23, 2Co_12:18; Gal_2:3

mine: 1Ti_1:1-2; 2Ti_1:2

the common: Rom_1:12; 2Co_4:13; 2Pe_1:1; Jud_1:3

Grace: Rom_1:7; Eph_1:2; Col_1:2; 1Ti_1:2; 2Ti_1:2

our: Tit_1:3; Luk_2:11; Joh_4:42; 2Pe_1:11, 2Pe_2:20, 2Pe_3:2, 2Pe_3:18; 1Jo_5:14

(Tit 2:10 CJB) or pilfering. On the contrary, they should demonstrate complete faithfulness always, so that in every way they will make the teaching about God our Deliverer more attractive.

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Tit 2:10

purloining: 2Ki_5:20-24; Luk_16:6-8; Joh_12:6; Act_5:2-3

showing: Gen_31:37-38, Gen_39:8-9; 1Sa_22:14, 1Sa_26:23; Psa_101:6; Mat_24:45; Luk_16:10; 1Co_4:2

adorn: Mat_5:16; Eph_4:1; Phi_1:27, Phi_2:15-16, Phi_4:8; 1Pe_2:12, 1Pe_3:16

the doctrine: 1Ti_5:17, 1Ti_6:1, 1Ti_6:3; 2Jo_1:9

God: Tit_1:3; 1Ti_1:1; Isa_12:2

(Tit 2:11 CJB) For God’s grace, which brings deliverance, has appeared to all people.

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Tit 2:11

the grace: Tit_3:4-5; Psa_84:11; Zec_4:7, Zec_12:10; Joh_1:14, Joh_1:16-17; Act_11:23, Act_13:43; Act_20:24; Rom_4:4-5, Rom_5:2, Rom_5:15, Rom_5:20-21, Rom_11:5-6; 2Co_6:1; Gal_2:21; Eph_1:6-7, Eph_2:5, Eph_2:8; 2Th_2:16; 1Ti_1:14; Heb_2:9, Heb_12:15; 1Pe_1:10-12; 1Pe_5:5-12

bringeth: etc. or, bringeth salvation to all men

hath appeared: hath, Psa_96:1-3, Psa_96:10, Psa_98:1-3, Psa_117:1-2; Isa_2:2-3, Isa_45:22, Isa_49:6, Isa_52:10, Isa_60:1-3; Mat_28:19; Mar_16:15; Luk_3:6, Luk_24:47; Act_13:47; Joh_1:9; Rom_10:18; Rom_15:9-19; Eph_3:6-8; Col_1:6, Col_1:23; 1Ti_2:4; 2Ti_4:17

(Tit 2:12 CJB) It teaches us to renounce godlessness and worldly pleasures, and to live self-controlled, upright and godly lives now, in this age;

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Tit 2:12

Teaching: Mat_28:20; Joh_6:25; 1Th_4:9; Heb_8:11; 1Jo_2:27

denying: Isa_55:6-7; Eze_18:30-31, Eze_33:14-15; Mat_3:8-10, Mat_16:24; Luk_1:75; Rom_6:4-6, Rom_6:12, Rom_6:19, Rom_8:13, Rom_13:12-13; 1Co_6:9-11; 2Co_7:1; Gal_5:24; Eph_1:4, Eph_4:22-25; Col_1:22, Col_3:5-9; 1Th_4:7; Jam_4:8-10; 1Pe_2:11-12, 1Pe_4:2-5; 2Pe_1:4, 2Pe_2:20-22; 1Jo_2:15-17; Jud_1:18

live: Psa_105:45; Eze_36:27; Mat_5:19-20; Luk_1:6, Luk_1:75, Luk_3:9-13; Act_24:16, Act_24:25; Rom_6:19; 1Ti_4:12; 1Pe_1:14-18; 2Pe_1:5-8, 2Pe_3:11; 1Jo_2:6; Rev_14:12

soberly: Tit_2:4

godly: Psa_4:3; 2Co_1:12; 2Pe_2:9

this: Joh_14:30, Joh_17:14-15; Rom_12:2; Gal_1:4; Eph_2:2; 2Ti_4:10; 1Jo_5:19

(Tit 2:13 CJB) while continuing to expect the blessed fulfillment of our certain hope, which is the appearing of the Sh’khinah of our great God and the appearing of our Deliverer, Yeshua the Messiah.

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Tit 2:13

Looking: 1Co_1:7; Phi_3:20-21; 2Ti_4:8; 2Pe_3:12-14

blessed: Tit_1:2, Tit_3:7; Act_24:15; Rom_5:5, Rom_8:24-25, Rom_15:13; Col_1:5, Col_1:23, Col_1:27; 2Th_2:16; Heb_6:18-19; 1Pe_1:3; 1Jo_3:3

the glorious: Job_19:25-27; Isa_25:9; Mat_16:27, Mat_25:31, Mat_26:64; Mar_8:38, Mar_14:62; 1Ti_6:13-14; Heb_9:28; 2Co_4:4, 2Co_4:6 *Gr: Col_3:4; 2Ti_4:1, 2Ti_4:8; 1Pe_1:7; 1Jo_3:2; Rev_1:7

our: Tit_3:4, Tit_3:6; 2Pe_3:18; 1Jo_4:14

(1Pe 1:10 CJB) The prophets, who prophesied about this gift of deliverance that was meant for you, pondered and inquired diligently about it.

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1Pe 1:10

which: Gen_49:10; Dan_2:44; Hag_2:7; Zec_6:12; Mat_13:17; Luk_10:24, Luk_24:25-27; Luk_24:44; Act_3:22-24, Act_7:52, Act_10:43, Act_13:27-29, Act_28:23; 2Pe_1:19-21

and: 1Pe_1:11; Pro_2:4; Dan_9:3; Joh_5:39, Joh_7:52; Act_17:11

the grace: Heb_11:13, Heb_11:40

(1Pe 1:11 CJB) They were trying to find out the time and circumstances to which the Spirit of the Messiah in them was referring in predicting the Messiah’s sufferings and the glorious things to follow.

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1Pe 1:11

the Spirit: 1Pe_3:18-19; Rom_8:9; Gal_4:6; 2Pe_1:21; Rev_19:10

the sufferings: Psa_22:1-21, Psa_69:1-21, Psa_88:1-18; Isa_52:13-14, Isa_53:1-10; Dan_9:24-26; Zec_13:7; Luk_24:25-27, Luk_24:44

the glory: Gen_3:15, Gen_49:10; Psa_22:22-31, Psa_69:30-36, Psa_110:1-6; Isa_9:6-7, Isa_49:6; Isa_53:11-12; Dan_2:34-35, Dan_2:44, Dan_7:13-14; Zec_8:18-21, Zec_14:9; Joh_12:41; Act_26:22-23

(Jud 1:25 CJB) to God alone, our Deliverer, through Yeshua the Messiah, our Lord — be glory, majesty, power and authority before all time, now and forever. Amen.

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Jud 1:25

the only: Psa_104:24, Psa_147:5; Rom_11:33, Rom_16:27; Eph_1:8, Eph_3:10; 1Ti_1:17

God: Psa_78:20; Isa_12:2, Isa_45:21; Joh_4:22; 1Ti_2:3; Tit_1:3-4, Tit_2:10, Tit_2:13; Tit_3:4; 2Pe_1:1

be glory: 1Ch_29:11; Psa_72:18-19; Dan_4:37; Mat_6:13; Eph_3:21; 1Pe_4:11; 1Pe_5:10-11; 2Pe_3:18; Rev_1:6, Rev_4:9-11, Rev_5:13-14

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John 7:37
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