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  3. Sunday, 18 March 2018
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The Old Testament talks about the brazen altar where the Israelites made sacrifices to find forgiveness. Since the blood of bulls and goats could not take away sin (Hebrews 10:4), where the Israelites in the Old Testament actually "forgiven?"

Or were the sins just "rolled over" year after year (if they kept up with Day of Atonement feast) until Jesus' sacrifice?

Forgiveness in the Old Testament means "pardon, spare". So maybe the Isrealites were spared year after year, but not until Jesus' sacrifice were sins actually expunged?

Thoughts??
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1. The sins were pushed forward 1 year.
2. Jesus' sacrifice took care of them all, once and for all.
3. Going forward from Golgotha, grace is offered if we repent (something I find myself doing everyday)
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