The Royal Line of Salvation (Part 7)


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Gustave Doré Isaac Blessing Jacob The Royal Line of Salvation

Isaac Blessing Jacob (Doré, Gustave). Click image to enlarge.

“…and, lo, Sarah thy wife shall have a son” (Gen 18:10)

Scripture tells human stories; of men who lie and men who die; of family tragedies and family calamities; and of a barren woman who laughed at the thought of falling pregnant. And yet these antiheroes are the instruments God chooses to use. And so Isaac, the son of promise, is born to Abraham and Sarah, who later serves as a picture of the substitutionary atonement of the Christ which is to come (Gen 22:1 – 24).

This series attempts to answer the question, “Present a “Royal Line of Salvation” throughout the Old and New Testament. Start at Genesis 3:15 passing through Isaiah 9:6 and ending at John 3:16. Join together at least twenty verses outlining the salvation story.” by giving a chronological account of the genealogy of Christ recorded in Luke 3.

Want to hear the verse in context? Luke 3
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