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The passion of Jesus Christ : fifty reasons why He came to die

Author: John Piper
Publisher: Wheaton, Il. : Crossway Books, ©2004.
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Named Person: Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ.
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Piper
ISBN: 1581346085 9781581346084
OCLC Number: 435410052
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. Minneapolis, MN : Desiring God. Mode of access: World Wide Web. System requirements: Internet Explorer 5.5 (or higher) or Netscape Navigator 6.1 (or higher).
Awards: Commended for Gold Medallion Book Awards (Devotional) 2005
Description: 120 pages
Contents: The Passion of Jesus Christ, Personal, Political, Unparalleled --
A Word About the Title and the Book --
The Great Offense: Was Jesus Christ Really Crucified? --
Jesus' Finest Hour-His Last --
The Unparalleled Passion of Jesus Christ --
The Passion of Christ and the Passion of Auschwitz --
The Passion of Jesus Christ, Its Aims and Achievements --
Christ Suffered and Died To Absorb the Wrath of God --
To Please His Heavenly Father --
To Learn Obedience and Be Perfected --
To Achieve His Own Resurrection from the Dead --
To Show the Wealth of God's Love and Grace for Sinners --
To Show His Own Love for Us --
In Order to Cancel the Legal Demands of the Law Against Us --
To Become a Ransom for Many --
For the Forgiveness of Our Sins --
To Provide the Basis for Our Justification --
To Complete the Obedience Which Becomes Our Righteousness --
To Take Away Our Condemnation --
To Abolish Circumcision and All Rituals as the Basis of Salvation --
To Bring Us to Faith and Keep Us Faithful --
To Make Us Holy, Blameless, and Perfect --
To Give Us a Clear Conscience --
To Obtain for Us All Things That Are Good for Us --
To Heal Us from Moral and Physical Sickness --
To Give Eternal Life to All Who Believe on Him --
To Deliver Us from the Present Evil Age --
To Reconcile Us to God --
To Bring Us to God --
So That We Might Belong to Him --
To Give Us Confident Access to the Holiest Place --
To Become for Us the Place Where We Meet God --
To Bring the Old Testament Priesthood to an End and Become the Eternal High Priest --
To Become a Sympathetic and Helpful Priest --
To Free Us from the Futility of Our Ancestry --
To Free Us from the Slavery of Sin --
That We Might Die to Sin and Live to Righteousness --
So That We Would Die to the Law and Bear Fruit for God --
To Enable Us to Live for Christ and Not Ourselves --
Died To Make His Cross the Ground of All Our Boasting --
To Enable Us to Live by Faith in Him --
To Give Marriage Its Deepest Meaning --
To Create a People Passionate for Good Works --
To Call Us to Follow His Example of Lowliness and Costly Love --
To Create a Band of Crucified Followers --
To Free Us from Bondage to the Fear of Death --
So That We Would Be with Him Immediately after Death --
To Secure Our Resurrection from the Dead --
To Disarm the Rulers and Authorities --
To Unleash the Power of God in the Gospel --
To Destroy the Hostility Between Races --
To Ransom People from Every Tribe and Language and People and Nation --
To Gather All His Sheep from Around the World --
To Rescue Us from Final Judgment --
To Gain His Joy and Ours --
So That He Would Be Crowned with Glory and Honor --
To Prove that the Worst Evil Is Meant by God for Good --
A Prayer --
Books on the Historical Reliability of the Bible's Record of the Life of Jesus --
Resources from Desiring God Ministries.
Other Titles: Fifty reasons why Jesus came to die
Responsibility: John Piper.
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