THE SCAPEGOAT by pengxiuhui


									”Pastor Larry…you will
 not believe what just
   happened to me!”
The Bible is full of pictures of
Christ in the Old Testament that
are crystal clear!

These portraits of Jesus in the
O.T. are called “TYPES”.
    Examples of O.T. Types
• Abraham offering Isaac
• Coats of skin put around Adam &
• Water from the Rock
• Manna in the wilderness
• Passover Lamb
• Ruth – Kinsman Redeemer (Nov. 30)
Silhouettes of the Savior

   Leviticus 16
        Leviticus 16: 7-8

Then he is to take the two goats and
present them before the LORD at the
entrance to the Tent of Meeting. He is
to cast lots for the two goats—one lot
for the LORD and the other for the
      Leviticus 16: 9-10
Aaron shall bring the goat whose lot
falls to the LORD and sacrifice it for a
sin offering. But the goat chosen by lot
as the scapegoat shall be presented
alive before the LORD to be used for
making atonement by sending it into
the desert as a scapegoat.
God provided a portable house of
worship in the Wilderness called
the Tabernacle.
Once a year, on the Day of
Atonement, the High Priest
brought 2 goats to the Tabernacle
as offerings for the sins of the
Both of these goats are a
type of Christ, even though
Satan is symbolized by a
goat in the Bible.
         The Two Goats

The first goat is sacrificed to God in at
the altar in the Tabernacle.

The second goat is bound and sent
away to die in the desert.
Azazel is another name for
Satan. However, it is
important to note that the goat
was not Satan. The goat was
sent to Satan to die as a sin-
The Scapegoat was like Christ in that
it was….

1.   Sent away
2.   Sin Substitute
3.   Isolated
4.   Forsaken
5.   Turned over to Satan
6.   Sent to die
   PSALM 22
pictures Christ as the
•   Forsaken - Psalm 22:1
•   Verbally abused - Psalm 22:6-7
•   Ridiculed - Psalm 22:8
•   Surrounded by enemies - Psalm 22:12
•   Weak - Psalm 22:14-15
•   Thirsty - Psalm 22:15
•   Hands and feet pierced - Psalm 22:16
•   Lots cast for His clothing - Psalm 22:18
Jesus became the SCAPEGOAT
for your sin as He hung upon
that Old Rugged Cross.

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