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Christ the Crucified King

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Jesus Christ became the exalted king through his humiliation, suffering, and death to redeem sinners.

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Jesus Christ Became the Conquering King through His Suffering and Death for Sinners

1) Christ achieves victory through the destruction of his body ()

a) Christ will be exalted (vv. 13, 15)

b) Christ’s humiliation rendered his appearance appalling and shocking (v. 14)

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2) Christ was unrecognizable ()

a) No one knew of what Christ was going to do and accomplish (v. 1)

b) There was nothing special about Christ’s appearance; he looked just like everyone else (vv. 2-3)

3) Christ’s suffering and death was a substitution for sinners (6)

4) Christ was innocent (Isa 53:7-9)

b) Christ himself was completely innocent (vv. 7-9)

5) Christ receives status of the highest honor because of his finished work for sinners ()

a) It was God’s intention to put Christ to death (v. 10)

b) Christ imputes his righteousness to sinners (v. 11)

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