MODULE 2 - CHRIST: RECONCILER AND REDEEMER


(Foundations of the Faith)

Welcome to Week 2: September 7th- Monday, September 13th, 2021


Learning Objectives

For the student to gain the understanding that Jesus, the Christ, came into the world to fulfill prophecy; for the student to understand that Jesus accomplished a substitutionary work on the cross in the stead or place of every individual who has been born to fulfill God’s requirements of sanctification ( a setting apart for God) and righteousness for salvation; for the student to gain the understanding that every individual must repent of his or her sins, and receive Jesus Christ as Savior to be saved, and live with God in eternity.



Things To Do This Week:

  • First: Review the correct answers from week 1’s questions.
  • Then: See glossary terms
  • Reading Assignment : Isaiah 9:6-7; Isaiah 53:1-5; Matthew 1:16-25; Luke 13:1-3; John 1:1-18 (& 1 John 1:1-4); John Chapter 3
  • Watch Video: Christ: Reconciler and Redeemer
  • Review: Points to Remember
  • Answer the questions about this week’s lesson; and submit them through the link provided no later than 12 Noon, EDT, on Monday, Sept.13th, 2021


Points to Remember:


1. Christ’s birth and work on the earth were prophesied about before they happened.


2. Jesus is the Living Word of God, and is also referred to as the Word of Life.


3. Jesus came to be the perfect, sinless, sacrificial “Lamb of God” to take our place on the cross to fulfill God’s requirements of redemption for us, as

    individuals. This was God’s way to satisfy His own requirements to take [our] sins away.


4. There must be repentance to be saved: A turning away from sin in heart, deed, and practice.


5. There must be an acceptance, by faith, personally, of God’s method of salvation through His son’s, Jesus’, substitutionary work on the cross to be saved.


Terms to Remember


Infirmities - “weakness”, “Want [ lack] of strength;” disease, “feebleness of health or sickness", “feebleness to restrain corrupt desires, or to restrain trials and troubles”

Iniquities - “ perversity”, “depravity; “ lawlessness”, “wickedness”

Propitiation - “ an appeasement” or “ the means of appeasement”…[Note: the appeasement and means being the substitutionary, sacrificial work of Christ on the cross]

Reconciliation - “restoration to favor”; “restoration of the favor of God to sinners that repent and put their trust in the expiatory death of Christ”
[expiating meaning that Jesus’ sacrifice on the Christ satisfied God’s requirement of righteousness. The blood of Jesus has taken away the sin(s) of God’s people, making us right/righteous in the eyes of God].

Redemption -“ A releasing effected by payment of ransom”

Remission -“ release from bondage or imprisonment”; “ forgiveness or pardon, of sins ( letting them go as if they had never been committed), remission of the penalty”

Repentance - “ A change of mind, as it appears to one who repents, of a purpose he has formed, or of something he has done” [ Concerning sin]

Sin - “ to miss the mark”; “ to err or be mistaken”;” to miss or wander from the path of uprightness and honor, to do or go wrong”; “ to wander from the law of God, violate God’s law”

Salvation -“ to be saved”; deliverance, “preservation”, “safety”[ of the soul]

Transgression -“The breach of a definite , promulgated, ratified law[ 0f God]”; “ Contempt and violation of law”


               ***All definitions in the glossary terms section are taken from the original Hebrew and /or Greek meanings found in Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the         

 Bible: Strong, James, Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of The Bible: Peabody, Massachusetts, Hendrickson Publishers, Inc., January, 2009***


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