Connect the dots.

Discussion in 'Baptist Theology & Bible Study' started by percho, Jan 17, 2013.

  1. percho

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    We will not call this Baptist Theology but I guess we can call it, Bible Study of which it requires a little of.

    According to Romans 5:8 and 1 Cor 15:3 what did Christ do for us?
    According to 1 John 1:7 and Rev. 1:5 In what were we washed/cleansed from our sin?
    According to Isa. 53:12 what would the Messiah pour out unto death?
    From what Hebrew word is the word soul translated?
    According to Lev 17:11, 14 & Gen. 9:4 (See, The Hebrew word, “life,” is translated from.) What is in the blood that is poured out unto death.? What dies? What would be left to corrupt away? Would it also be dead?
    According to 1 Cor. 15:17 Was the pouring out of his soul unto death enough to cleanse/wash us from our sin? Are we still in our sin if something else did not take place?
    According to Acts 2:31, & Acts 13:34 Was it not, the dead soul Jesus and the corruptible flesh that was raised from the dead?
    Therefore what was regenerated and what received the sure mercies of David that his flesh would not see corruption?
    What was done to the one who poured out his soul unto death by shedding his blood that we might be washed/cleansed in that blood?
    Who does the following verse concern that allows us to be declared righteous?

    Titus 3:5 YLT (not by works that [are] in righteousness that we did but according to His kindness,) He did save us, through a bathing of regeneration, and a renewing of the Holy Spirit,

    Who was bathed of regeneration whereby we might also follow in that regeneration?

    Jesus is no longer a living soul with the soul/life being in the blood. He is now life giving Spirit with an incorruptible body.

    Now this I say, brethren, that flesh and blood (with the soul thereof) cannot inherit the kingdom of God; neither doth corruption inherit incorruption.


    All comments are welcome from those of you who worked your way through this as to whether this is what the word of God says or not.
     

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