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Transgression Finished — Sins Ended

Daniel 9:24


Gabriel told Daniel that when the Christ appeared, when the Messiah was cut off, crucified and slain at Jerusalem, in the midst of the 70th week he would, by the sacrifice of himself “finish the transgression.” That is precisely what our blessed Savior did, when our transgressions were laid on him and borne by him, and he carried them all away in the stream of his precious blood, when he made satisfaction for us. They shall never be seen or brought up again!

            Gabriel then assured Daniel that the Lord Jesus would come here in our flesh to “make an end of sins.” Yes, our blessed Savior abolished the sins of his people forever when he paid to the full the price of our ransom, by the sacrifice of himself! — He made an end of sin’s condemnation and curse, an end of sin’s judgment and consequence, and an end of sin’s guilt and death. Our blessed Savior made an end of sins, all the sins of his elect, — past, present, and future! He made an end of our sins very existence (1 John 3:5). He “put away sin!

No charge can be brought against us. No, the curse of the law can’t reach us. No sentence of the law can be executed upon us. No punishment can be inflicted on us. We are entirely and completely saved from all our sins, and all the evil consequences of them forever! Christ put away our sins by the sacrifice of himself. — “When he had by himself purged our sins, (he) sat down on the right hand of the Majesty on high!” He who was made sin for us finished our transgressions and made an end of our sins (Psalm 32:1; Romans 4:8; Numbers 23:21, 23). He who actually finished the transgression and made an end of sins, and he alone, is the Christ of God!







Don Fortner








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