Tag Archives: Reconciliation


Reconciliation (Col. 1:20-22; Eph. 2:16; Rom. 5:11; 2 Cor. 5:18-19) has to do with God's work of bringing lost and guilty sinners back to Himself. Reconciliation deals with alienation, and the feelings of enmity that are in the heart of the sinner. Alienation and enmity are the result of man's sin. The fault is on our […]
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Romans 5:1-11

Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk   The Great Results of Justification Romans 5:1-11   Typical teaching in Israel’s Journey from Egypt to Canaan as found in Romans. In the journey of the children of Israel from Egypt to Canaan we have illustrated the experience of an individual believer in all that God has done for our salvation (in the broadest sense of the […]

2 Corinthians 5

Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk   Christian Motivation: Ambassadors for Christ 2 Corinthians 5   2 Corinthians 5. Chapters 3, 4 and 5 of Second Corinthians really form one continuous subject. In ch.3 we have the “what”: the Spirit of God is transforming us into the image of Christ. In ch.4 we have the “how”: God has shined the light […]

Colossians 1

Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk   Introduction: Christ the Preeminent One Colossians 1   Colossians 1. In this chapter, Paul points the saints to the glory and preeminence of Christ. The danger they were faced with from the false teachers was of getting occupied with angels, rituals, and other false objects. Paul addresses these errors in ch.2, but before […]

1 Peter 3:13 – 4:19

Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk   Conduct in Connection with Suffering 1 Peter 3:13 – 4:19   1 Peter 3:13 – 4:19. The main thrust of this section of the epistle is really an exhortation to righteous living. We must be prepared to suffering in order to live as God would have us to live, but suffering isn’t an […]

Hebrews 8:1 – 10:18

Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk   Christ is Superior to Israel’s System: A Better Covenant, Sanctuary, Sacrifice Hebrews 8:1 – 10:18   Hebrews 8 – 10. What we have in these chapters is a continuation of what we had in Hebrews 5 – 7. In the previous three chapters the emphasis was on the greatness and personal dignity of […]