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The blood shedding of Israel’s sacrifices could not take away sins (Heb 10:4). Although the Old Testament sacrifices pointed towards the truth of the sinner’s substitute, these sacrifices were, in fact, more a “remembrance of sins,” than an act that took them away. The Old Testament sacrifices showed how, before sin can be forgiven, an innocent life must be taken. But then, the continual repetition of the sacrifices also showed the need for a more powerful sacrifice to fully and finally put away sin.

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Jesus Manifesto – a book review 2

“What then? notwithstanding, every way, whether in pretence, or in truth, Christ is preached; and I therein do rejoice, yea, and will rejoice.” —Philippians 1:8
I’ve read the Advance Copy of Jesus Manifesto: Restoring the Supremacy and Sovereignty of Jesus Christ four times since Thomas Nelson Publishers sent it to me. I had written my initial review HERE on April 28th. One of the things I neglected to offer at the end of that review was whether I would recommend the book or not. “Would you, Jon Cardwell, recommend the reading of Jesus Manifesto?” Well, I’m not going to let you off that easy. You need to read this article first.

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