In verse 2, God commands Abraham to sacrifice Isaac.
Wouldn’t any contemporary Christian insist that this commandment is from the devil? How would we discern that it’s really from God?
Abraham is told to sacrifice his son Isaac.
In verses 11-14, we read that Jesus paid for our sins once for all time.
Jesus’ sacrifice was a one-time event (verses 5-10).
In verses 11-14, we read a description of the mechanism of Jesus’ sacrifice.
We see, in verses 6-10, that the sacrificial system outlined in the first covenant is only temporary
Verses 19-25 summarize the purpose of the Old Testament law.
The law highlighted our imperfections and our need for Jesus’ sacrifice.