Rev. Joseph Brown
The Cross Work Of Christ
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|A||The Cross Work Of The Lord Jesus Christ (Part One)|
|B||The Cross Work Of The Lord Jesus Christ (Part Two)|
One should call the work of Christ an acting work and our work an accomplished work, and thus an accomplished work pleasing to God by the grace of the acting work. The love of God does not find, but creates, what is pleasing to it. The love of man comes into being through what is pleasing to i. .man's will has some liberty to choose civil righteousness, and to work things subject to reason. Augsburg Confession, Art. 18: Of Free Will. For the theologian of the cross, it is only from the self-revelation of God that people can learn about God and their relation to God-and the most perfect self-revelation of God is God's Word become flesh, Jesus the Christ. Thus, even if an action appears good, still Christ died on the cross for human sins and sinfulness, so the action is not as good as it appears.
Christ of Saint John of the Cross is a painting by Salvador Dalí made in 1951. It depicts Jesus Christ on the cross in a darkened sky floating over a body of water complete with a boat and fishermen. Although it is a depiction of the crucifixion, it is devoid of nails, blood, and a crown of thorns, because, according to Dalí, he was convinced by a dream that these features would mar his depiction of Christ
THE CROSS WORK of our Lord Jesus Christ, who is God’s Alpha and Omega, stands at the beginning, the center, and the end of God’s eternal will and all his ways and works. Christ’s cross work is sacred ground. It is the church’s holy of holies. 1:8; 2 Pet. 1:11; Rev. 19:16). Theologians refer to these as the three offices of Christ, with all the other christological designations such as Apostle, Shepherd, Intercessor, Counselor, and Head of the church being subsumed under one or more of these three general offices.
The Cross of Christ book. Although it’s only been around 25 years since first published, The Cross of Christ has already been recognized as a Christian classic. It was on my list of Christian classic to-reads, along with older authors as Athanasius, Augustine, and Luther.
Church Calendar, Liturgical Year. The work of a lifetime, from one of the world's most influential thinkers, about the heart of the Christian faith. I could never myself believe in God, if it were not for the cross. The Cross of Christ is an intelligent, imaginative and timely exploration of the centrality of the cross, by a personal mentor I've come to appreciate for his scholar's mind and pastor's heart; he knows God deeply, understands the times clearly and engagingly explains truth in a relativistic ag. Dick Staub (dickstaub. com), president of The Center for Faith and Culture, broadcaster and author of Christian Wisdom of the Jedi Masters and Too Christian, Too Pagan. John Stott is loved and revered in our home.
Christ Jesus died on the Cross to redeem mankind, to save us from our sins because of his love for us. As recorded in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John in the Holy Bible, Jesus Christ was mocked, scorned, and tortured in the praetorium. He carried his cross up the Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem to Calvary, was nailed to the Cross, and hung between two common criminals. He suffered an indescribable end, recalled by the Church on Good Friday of Holy Week.
Joseph F. Kelly, An Introduction to the New Testament for Catholics Liturgical Press, 2006. ISBN 978-0-8146-5216-9 p. 153. ^ a b c d Jesus: the complete guide by Leslie Houlden 2006. ISBN 0-8264-8011-X p. 627. ^ a b c d Hamilton, Adam. 24 Hours That Changed the World. Abingdon Press, 2009. ISBN 978-0-687-46555-2. Wilson, Ralph F. "The Seven Last Words of Christ from the Cross". Timothy Radcliffe, 2005 Seven Last Words, ISBN 0-86012-397-9 p. 11. ^ Dictionary of biblical tradition in English literature by David L. Jeffrey 1993. ISBN 0-8028-3634-8 p. 233. ^ Robertson's Word Pictures of the New Testament (Broadman-Holman, 1973), vol. 1. ISBN 0-8054-1307-3.