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					Titus 2:11-14
1. Redemption in the Old Testament

2. Redemption in the New Testament

3. What Does Redemption Mean to
   Me?
    Hebrew Words for Redeem or Redemption

   Gā-al
   Pādāh
   Kāpar
   G’ullāh
    Hebrew Words for Redeem or Redemption
            Genesis 48:16 – Exodus 6:6
   Gā-al : Indicates the redeemer-kinsman
            concept found in Ruth. Includes the
            concept of the right of redemption.
    Hebrew Words for Redeem or Redemption

   Pādāh : This word means to ransom or
     redeem. When used to describe God, it
     emphasizes His freedom to ransom mankind.
Isaiah 29:22   Psalms 71:23   2 Samuel 7:22-23
    Hebrew Words for Redeem or Redemption

  Kāpar : This is the technical term for Israel’s
            sacrificial rituals.
All action is directed in two ways:
 -toward God (propitiation)
 -and the sin (expiation)
Propitiation: the act of propitiating

Propitiate: to gain or regain the favor/goodwill of

Expiate:     1: to put an end to
           2 a: to extinguish the guilt incurred by
            b: to make amends for

Leviticus 1:1-4
    Hebrew Words for Redeem or Redemption

   G’ullāh: Right to be redeemed.
     Greek Words for Redeem or Redemption

   Exagorazō
   Lutroō
   Lutrōsis
   Apolutrōsis
     Greek Words for Redeem or Redemption

   Exagorazō: This word means “to buy out.” It
               focuses more on the price paid
               than the act of freeing.

              Galatians 3:10-14, 4:3-7
     Greek Words for Redeem or Redemption

   Lutroō: This word means “to release on the
            receipt of ransom.” It signifies the
            actual deliverance more than the price.

          Titus 2:14        I Peter 1:17-19
     Greek Words for Redeem or Redemption

   Lutrōsis: This word is used in the general
              sense, i.e. the redemption of Israel or
              Christ’s redemptive work.

                    Hebrews 9:12
     Greek Words for Redeem or Redemption

   Apolutrōsis: This word is the strongest word
               possible to explain our redemption.

Colossians 1:9-14         Romans 6:4
Hebrews 9:15              Luke 21:28
                 Romans 3:21-26
                 Romans 6:3–14
Propitiate: to gain/regain the favor/goodwill of

Expiate:     1: to put an end to
           2 a: to extinguish the guilt incurred by
            b: to make amends for
Jesus says:

“…If you do not believe that I am He, you
  will die in your sins. John 8:24
Jesus says:

“I tell you, no; but unless you repent you
  will all likewise perish.” Luke 13:3
Jesus says:
8. “Also I say to you, whoever confesses
   me before men, him the Son of Man
   will confess before the angels of God.”
9. “But he who denies Me before men will
   be denied before the angels of God.”
Luke 12:8-9
Jesus says:
18. “…All authority has been given to Me in
  heaven and on earth.” 19. “Go therefore
  and make disciples of all nations, baptizing
  them in the name of the Father and of the
  Son and of the Holy Spirit,” 20. “teaching
  them to observe all things that I have
  commanded you; and lo, I am with you
  always, even to the end of the age.”
Matthew 28:18-20
That’s a good start, but also Jesus says:
“… Be faithful until death, and I will give
  you the crown of life.”
Revelations 2:10
 Have you been redeemed?

If you need to make your life
 right with God, please come
forward as we stand and sing.

				
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