Lord’s Day 6

C. Stam

The confession concerning the only Mediator Jesus Christ who meets all the standards of God 

  1. The perfect Mediator
  2. The promised Mediator

Scripture reading:  1 Corinthians 1:18-31

K. Dijk

But…who is our Mediator?

  1. This question comes out of our confusion
  2. This question finds it answer in God’s grace.

Scripture reading:  Hebrews 12:18-24

The confession of one Mediator between God and man

  1. Between us and God
  2. Between God and us.

Scripture reading:  none given in the original source

J. Kok

The redemption of sinners according to the Gospel

  1. Through Christ, who is presented therein
  2. Through his work, which is revealed therein
  3. According to the covenant promise that is more and more fulfilled.

Scripture reading:  Hebrews 7:25-28

The majesty of Immanuel

  1. The only Mediator, him alone and no other.
  2. The inexpressible gift, him entirely and nothing else.
  3. The Christ of Scripture, him forever, for now and eternity.

Scripture reading:  Isaiah 7:14

Wes Bredenhof

God has given Christ Jesus as our Mediator

  1. We see his shadow in the Old Testament
  2. We see him clearly in the New Testament

Scripture readings:  Leviticus 4:27-35, Hebrews 10:1-10

The Word and the Word – God’s revelation of Jesus Christ

  1. The nature of the Word inscripturated
  2. The natures of the Word incarnated.

Scripture readings:  John 1:1-18, John 5:31-47

The gospel announces our Mediator and Deliverer

  1. Who this Mediator and Deliverer is
  2. Where this gospel is found

Scripture readings:  Leviticus 25:8-17, 25-28; 1 Timothy 2

Reuben Bredenhof

In the gospel God reveals our perfect Mediator:

  1. He is revealed as true and righteous man
  2. He is revealed as true God
  3. He is revealed as Jesus Christ

Scripture readings:  Job 9, Hebrews 7:23-28

Who is Christ the Mediator?

  1. He is our righteousness
  2. He is our redemption
  3. He is our atonement
  4. He is our peace

Scripture readings:  Romans 3:9-31, Romans 5:1-11

The holy gospel reveals how God atones for sin

  1. The many imperfect sacrifices
  2. The one perfect sacrifice

Scripture readings: Leviticus 16:1-34, Hebrews 9:11-15

G. VanPopta

What does the Scripture say?

  1. There is a gospel
  2. There is a Mediator
  3. There is a Lord

Scripture readings:  Galatians 3:6-14, Galatians 3:26-4:5

S. t’Hart

The gospel reveals God’s blueprint for the Great Exchange

  1. Who could make this exchange
  2. What was involved in this exchange

Scripture readings:  Leviticus 16, 2 Corinthians 5:9-21

C. Bouwman

We know the truth because the God of truth has told us

  1. Where does the Scripture come from?
  2. How did the Scripture get here?
  3. What consequence follows?

Scripture readings: Jeremiah 28, Isaiah 44:24-28

B. Holwerda

The properties of the person of Jesus Christ

  1. As pure man
  2. As true God
  3. As the fulfilled gospel

Scripture readings:  Hebrews 1 and Hebrews 2:14-18

E. Kampen

It is the gospel of God that Jesus is the Mediator

From the Scriptures we see how God:

  1. Himself revealed it
  2. Had it proclaimed
  3. Had it foreshadowed
  4. Had it fulfilled

Scripture readings:  Romans 1:1-7, 1 Timothy 1:12-2:7

R. H. Bremmer

Christ as our Redeemer

  1. He can be that
  2. He wants to be that
  3. He is that too

Scripture reading: Ruth 3, Hebrews 2:10-18