by Stuart Briscoe

Behold The Lamb
Stuart Briscoe
1 Peter 1:13-25

When John the Baptist said, "Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world," (John 1:29) he was referring to Jesus as the promised Savior. Peter developed the theme and showed the significance of the Lamb of God to all people.

I. Behold the Lamb-He Brings Recognition.

A. Recognition of evil desires. v. 14
B. Recognition of ignorant living v. 14
C. Recognition of impartial judgment. v. 17
D. Recognition of empty philosophy. v. 18; See Romans 1:21; Acts 14:15
E. Recognition of faulty tradition. v. 18

II. Behold the Lamb-He Offers Redemption.

A. Redemption as release.
1. The exodus from Egypt. Exodus 6:6
2. The jubilation of jubilee. Leviticus 25:25f
3. The overthrow of oppression. Isaiah 41:14f

B. Redemption as ransom.
1. Not perishable gold. v. 18

2. But precious blood. v. 19
a. Lamb-a substitution death. E ...

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