1 Peter 2:24 ESV

He himself bore our sins in his body on the tree, that we might die to sin and live to righteousness. By his wounds you have been healed.

By His Wounds | Reformed Bible Studies & Devotionals at Ligonier.org
In teaching that we must endure suffering even from harsh masters, Peter provides us with an example for all our suffering — the Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus is the only one for whom all suffering ...
1 Peter 2:24 | Bible Exposition Commentary
1 Peter 2:24. by Grant .... Christ's atonement focuses on our sins (iniquities), not our sicknesses (Lev 16:134; Isa 53:56, 1112; 1 Pet 2:24). 3. Christ died for ...
1 Peter 2:2125, Part 1: Jesus Suffered to Keep You from Sinning
Jesus promised us that his followers would suffer unjustly for bearing his name. In this lab, John Piper explains how we return good for evil, even when it seems like evil is winning.
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Articulating the Glorious Cross to an Atonement-Rejecting Culture
Pastor John advises how to share the justice of substitutionary atonement to this generation.
Did Jesus die for the sins of people who lived before He was crucified? | CARM.org
Jesus atoned for the Old Testament saints as well as the New Testament saints. His crucifixion, his sacrifice covered both.
If Jesus is our atonement, why did He die at Passover instead of the Day of Atonement?
If Jesus is our atonement, why did He die at Passover instead of the Day of Atonement? Shouldn't Jesus have died on the Day of Atonement instead of Passover?
What is the substitutionary atonement?
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Bearing Our Sins in His Body | Reformed Bible Studies ...
It is enlightening to see how dependent the writers of the New Testament are upon the Hebrew Scriptures. Even when they do not quote the Old Testament explicitly, the teaching of the prophets permeates the ...
The Suffering Jesus: Our Substitute and Shepherd
As we look together to the Word of God, we come to 1 Peter chapter 2 in our study tonight. I cant tell you what a rich and refreshing and pertinent study this has been, as we have been looking at c...
Christ's Propitiation: For the Whole World (04/30/17 Afternoon Sermon)
Confession: Canons of Dort, Second Head of Doctrine, Article 8-9 Scripture: Isaiah 53:4-6; Romans 5:8-11; 2 Corinthians 5:18-21; 1 Peter 1:18-19, 2:24, 3:18;...
How to heal the sick: God's will about healing (part 1/2)
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Our Daily Bread [October 13, 2018]
He Carried Our Burden He himself bore our sins in his body on the cross, so that we might die to sins and live for righteousness; by his wounds you have b...
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Andrew Wommacks Daily TV program: Gospel Truth To subscribe to Andrews email newsletter: http://www.awmi.net/youtube-subscribe/ In this series Andrew teach...

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