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A great rock has been lifted out from the river-bed of God's mercy, and the living stream comes rippling, rolling, swelling on in crystal tides, sweeping before it all human sin and sorrow, and making the thirsty who stoop down to drink at it.(C. sidered either as personal or imputed. But now, thirdly, there was a mysterious manner, yet most real and true, in which Christ was not guiltless. This Mr. Lysaght did, but without avail, for shortly afterwards the patient died of suppressed scarlatina. If Christ's death satisfied God for our sins, how unparalleled is the love of Christ to poor sinners!4. A captive is redeemed by a price paid only to him that holds him in bondage, but by the same act he may be redeemed from labour, from disease, from death, from the persecution of his fellow-captives, and from a slavish disposition.(Hodge. The apostle, in the opening chapter of this Epistle, speaks of "another gospel, which is not another." (a)Christ was free from all personal sin, whether of corruption of nature or transgression of life. There is; for, behold! As if to say that when God appointed the sin-offerings of the law to be carried forth outside the camp as unclean and accursed, and to be burned in the fire, it was but a figure of our Lord Jesus, laden with our accursed iniquities, made sin and a curse, numbered with the transgressors, dealt with as the vilest of all — not by man so much as by God, the Holy One of Israel — because the Lord had, with His own most free consent, made to meet on Him the iniquities of us all. For, besides the frightfulness of such a thing to be even imagined, it were in contradiction to the express words, "He hath made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us." From His standpoint of perfect rectitude and purity, He saw how far men had wandered from God, and how deeply they had fallen in sin.2. (6) Christ challenges unto Himself supreme authority and dominion over all by the right of His death (Romans 14:9). Those who, when offered the gospel, prefer to remain under the law (Galatians 3:10). For we find in the law that the person who was next of kin was to redeem to himself the lands of his relations, when they were fallen to decay, and constrained by poverty to sell them (Leviticus 25:25; Ruth 3:12; and 4:4). The law of God hath three parts, commands, promises, and threatenings or curses. For God could never have been so completely satisfied in exacting the penalty from us in our own- persons as now He is by the punishments laid upon His own Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. Guthrie.One of our boys had committed an offence so bad that Mr. Gibb, his teacher, though rarely using the rod, felt it necessary to make an example of him. For there is such an intimate union by faith between Christ and a believer, that they make up but one mystical person. "Made Him to be sin" — the entire expression is, "made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us." Let these words, for example, be carefully observed (Leviticus 16:27, 28), "The bullock for the sin offering, and the goat for the sin-offering, whose blood was brought in to make atonement in the holy place, shall one carry forth without the camp; and they shall burn in the fire their skin, and their flesh, and their dung. (3) By this means also God most effectually expresses His infinite hatred and detestation of sin. (5) The effect and fruit of this His satisfaction is our freedom, ransom, or deliverance from the wrath and curse due to us for our sins. Upon Him rested, for a season, the wrath of God.1. )The nature of our redemptionHodge.Redemption being deliverance by means of the substitution of a ransom, it follows that, although the ransom can only be paid to God, and to Him only as the moral governor of the universe, we may still be said to be redeemed from all that we are delivered from by means of the ransom paid in the sacrifice of Christ. The blessing comes to those who repent and believe.(C. What it is to be made a curse. At his wit's end what to do — for the crime must be punished — it occurred to him to make such an appeal as, to compare small things to great, reminds us of the mystery of salvation, and the love of Him who "was wounded for our transgressions, and bruised for our iniquities, and by whose stripes we are healed." PRACTICAL INFERENCES AND COROLLARIES.1. It is true He hath already demonstrated His hate against it by ruthful examples upon all the creatures. Our first position then is, that it is the curse of God "which the apostle says Christ was made, and God Himself who made Him that curse.II. It could not be the pollution, the turpitude, on the one hand; it was not the suffering simply, on the other. Every one, therefore, that is afflicted is not presently accursed. And now, not only are we thus delivered from the law's terrible sentence, but — the stone which lay over the grave of our corruption once removed — the way is open for the Holy Ghost's descending into it to make an end of our corruption too, — yea, open for the whole blessing of the Abrahamic covenant, "I will be a God to thee," coming on believers everywhere, of the Gentiles and of the Jews alike — from which blessing the apostle singles out the promise of the Holy Ghost, as being the centre and sum of it all, saying, "Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, etc., that the blessing of Abraham might come on the Gentiles through Jesus Christ, that we might receive the promise of the Spirit through faith." behold the explanation of all — of the travail of Messiah's soul — of an agony that wrung the blood from every pore of His sacred body — of what He himself declared to be His own Father's desertion of Him — see, not the source of it only, but the soul also of its deepest bitterness and anguish, in these words, "made sin," "made a curse," — not accursed simply, but — as if all the curses due to a world's sin had been made to meet in His person — "made curse," that we might be redeemed from the curse of the law!V. He that cannot (as no mere creature can) ought to lie for ever, as the damned do, under sufferings.3. The prisoner went free, whilst St. Vincent wore a convict's chain, did a convict's work, lived on convict fare, and, worst of all, had only convict society. A Saviour, a Redeemer: O sweet and precious names, for lost and undone sinners! He must not take the person of one individual man (such as Abraham, Moses, Elias), but He must take the nature of all, and sum up all mankind in Himself.3. (1) He died in our place and stead as a Ransom for us. (6) Christ challenges unto Himself supreme authority and dominion over all by the right of His death (Romans 14:9). Wicked men may curse them — may wish, or call them, accursed.III. Father, save Me from this hour? "Made Him to be sin" — the entire expression is, "made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us." The curse of the law also involves being subject to the wrath of God. Wordsworth. G. Brown, D. D.I. (2) He suffered our punishment to free us from it.II. This was the agony of His death. (b)Yet He was not free from all imputed sin and guilt. As soon as ever the least breath of this contagion seized upon them, God turned the angels out of heaven, and man out of Paradise; He subjected the whole creation unto vanity, that nothing but fears, care, sorrow, and disappointment reign here below; and under these woeful effects of the Divine wrath we groan and sign away our days. An interest in Christ.2. God is holy and righteous. Even had His sufferings proceeded simply from the hands of men and devils, the mystery would not have been removed, since neither devils nor men could be more than instruments — voluntary and guilty, yet only instruments — in the hand of Jehovah for the executing of His designs. He pays a full price, every way adequate and proportionable to the wrong.3. This work is to "redeem." For answer to this, we must carefully distinguish between the substance of the curse and the adjuncts and circumstances of it. There is; for, behold! Scripture: Galatians 4:12–20. The curse being thus rolled away, the way is prepared for the coming of the blessing.5. When Jesus was led forth out of Jerusalem, and there crucified between the thieves, it was as if all the innumerable multitudes of sinners whom He represented had been in that hour carried out, and had there endured, in their own persons, the curse of the Divine law due to their whole ungodliness, unrighteousness, pride, falsehood, vanity, uncleanness, rebellion, and I know not what other crimes and sins.VI. If God will be satisfied for our sins before He pardon them, how then is pardon an act of grace? (2) In the sufferings of Jesus Christ, God manifests the glory both of His justice and mercy, and with infinite wisdom reconciles them one with the other. (1) That Christ died for all men, with an absolute intention of bringing all and every one of them into a state of salvability; from the which they were excluded by their guilt and God's righteous judgment, and that He is not frustrated in this His intention, but, by His death, hath fully effected and accomplished it. He had begun to speak of this curse at the tenth verse, saying, "As many as are of the works of the law are under the curse: for it is written, Cursed is everyone that con-tinueth not in all things which are written in the book of the law to do them." There wouldn't be any adults around to protect us and my friends would scare us with their stories that they swore were true. So much is certain, therefore, negatively, that the apostle's meaning is not, and cannot be, that He was made our sin in the pollution, or stain, or turpitude of it, either in nature or in life. Mr. Lysaght caught the disease in its worse form, and died. Flood. The punishment .was to be publicly inflicted, "that others might fear." As soon as ever the least breath of this contagion seized upon them, God turned the angels out of heaven, and man out of Paradise; He subjected the whole creation unto vanity, that nothing but fears, care, sorrow, and disappointment reign here below; and under these woeful effects of the Divine wrath we groan and sign away our days. "A man pays a ransom for slaves; but Christ took the slave's place. And then, as it is God's curse which the apostle says Christ was made, so was it God Himself who made Him that curse. "(3) It must needs be acknowledged that Christ died for all men, in such a sense, as He is denied to have died for the fallen angels; then His death was not only a sufficient, but an intended, ransom for all. "O Lord, truly I am Thy servant; I am Thy servant, and the son of Thine handmaid: Thou has loosed my bonds."2. As soon as ever the least breath of this contagion seized upon them, God turned the angels out of heaven, and man out of Paradise; He subjected the whole creation unto vanity, that nothing but fears, care, sorrow, and disappointment reign here below; and under these woeful effects of the Divine wrath we groan and sign away our days. We are redeemed from the curse. Wordsworth. And, under these general terms, it may be propounded unto all, even the most desperate and forlorn sinners on earth. If Christ has thus borne the curse for us, why should we think it much to bear the cross for Him?3. As soon as ever the least breath of this contagion seized upon them, God turned the angels out of heaven, and man out of Paradise; He subjected the whole creation unto vanity, that nothing but fears, care, sorrow, and disappointment reign here below; and under these woeful effects of the Divine wrath we groan and sign away our days. (3) But the curse of the law being only duo unto sin and guilt, it remains yet to be inquired how this curse could be justly inflicted on our Saviour, who was infinitely pure and innocent; and to whom the Scripture gives this testimony, that He did no sin, neither was guile found in His mouth (1 Peter 2:22). Fifthly, THERE ARE CERTAIN GREAT CENTRAL THINGS AMONG THE TYPES OF THE OLD TESTAMENT WHICH CAST MUCH LIGHT OVER THE MYSTERIOUS FACT IN OUR TEXT, AND, IN THEIR TURN, RECEIVE IMPORTANT LIGHT FROM IT. What glorious light is thus cast on the words of Jesus, "As Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of man be lifted up; that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have eternal life!"2. It is true He hath already demonstrated His hate against it by ruthful examples upon all the creatures. ", Deliverance Firm the Curse Through Christ, The Curse of the Law and the Curse of the Cross, The Necessity for Christ's Bearing Our Curse. This curse of the law is the most dreadful thing imaginable; it strikes at the life of a sinner, yea, his best life, the eternal life of the soul; and when it hath condemned, it is inexorable, no cries nor tears, no reformations or repentance, can loose the guilty sinner: for it requires for its reparation that which no mere creature can give, even an infinite satisfaction. He says the reason is, that men are not saved now by any personal merit, but their salvation lies in another, viz., in Christ Jesus, the Representative Man, who alone can deliver from the curse of the law; and since works do not connect us with Christ, but faith is the uniting bond, faith becomes the way of salvation. For want of rightly distinguishing between these, too many have been woefully staggered and perverted in their faith; and have been induced to believe that Christ died not in the stead of any, but only for the good of all, as the Socinians blaspheme. Guthrie. "A man pays a ransom for slaves; but Christ took the slave's place. (Bishop Chris. Let no one be startled in the reading of it. There must be fellowship with Christ.3. For whose sake was Christ thus accursed and punished? (1st) That thereby the same person, who is God, might become passive, and a fit subject to receive and bear the wrath of God; for had He not been man, He could not have received it; and had He not been God, He could not have borne it. For God hath two ends for which He brings any affliction upon us. That punishment is hanging on a tree (Deuteronomy 21:23).6. The operation of tracheotomy was performed by Mr. W. C. Lysaght, M.R.C.S., assistant medical officer to the Infirmary; but the tube becoming choked, the last chance of saving the man's life was for some one to apply his lips to the tube and suck the moisture. Nothing, assuredly, for Himself — nothing save as a public Person, Surety, Representative. Fourthly, thus have we the wondrous explanation of the whole life of our Lord Jesus Christ, which otherwise were an inexplicable enigma. The nature of Christ's satisfaction. Hopkins, D. D.)The substituteDr. IT WAS TRANSFERRED TO CHRIST. We proceed to make the following INFERENCES:1. And there are two things upon which this justice and equity are founded — conjunction and consent. "CHRIST MADE A CURSE." "CHRIST MADE A CURSE." The law is silenced; it can demand no more. (2) He suffered our punishment to free us from it.II. My strength is dried up like a potsherd; and My tongue cleaveth to My jaws; and Thou hast brought me into the dust of death!"3. So much is certain, therefore, negatively, that the apostle's meaning is not, and cannot be, that He was made our sin in the pollution, or stain, or turpitude of it, either in nature or in life. He who was to suffer in the stead of the disobedient must Himself be obedient in all things.2. Fifthly, THERE ARE CERTAIN GREAT CENTRAL THINGS AMONG THE TYPES OF THE OLD TESTAMENT WHICH CAST MUCH LIGHT OVER THE MYSTERIOUS FACT IN OUR TEXT, AND, IN THEIR TURN, RECEIVE IMPORTANT LIGHT FROM IT. G. Brown, D. D.)LinksGalatians 3:13 NIVGalatians 3:13 NLTGalatians 3:13 ESVGalatians 3:13 NASBGalatians 3:13 KJVGalatians 3:13 Bible AppsGalatians 3:13 ParallelGalatians 3:13 Biblia ParalelaGalatians 3:13 Chinese BibleGalatians 3:13 French BibleGalatians 3:13 German BibleGalatians 3:13 CommentariesBible Hub. Infirmary, suffering from an affection of the throat, supposed to be diphtheria. )Enduring the curse for anotherFrom, The Yorkshire Post"About a fortnight ago a man was admitted to the Bristol Royal. Here He is coming under the load of their sin, and God does not spare Him, but smites Him as He must have smitten us, lays His full vengeance on Him, launches all His thunderbolts against Him, bids the curse wreak itself upon Him, and Christ suffers all, sustains all.IV. An improper redemption is a powerful rescue of a man from under any evil or danger in which he is. A captive is redeemed by a price paid only to him that holds him in bondage, but by the same act he may be redeemed from labour, from disease, from death, from the persecution of his fellow-captives, and from a slavish disposition.(Hodge. So much is certain, therefore, negatively, that the apostle's meaning is not, and cannot be, that He was made our sin in the pollution, or stain, or turpitude of it, either in nature or in life. For there is such an intimate union by faith between Christ and a believer, that they make up but one mystical person. (2) He suffered our punishment to free us from it.II. As temporal death is a penal evil, and part of the curse, so God inflicts it not upon believers; but they must die for other ends, viz., to be made perfectly happy in a more full and immediate enjoyment of God, than they can have in the body; and so death is theirs by way of privilege (1 Corinthians 3:22). (1) It is the act of God-man; no other was capable of giving satisfaction for an infinite wrong done to God. )Enduring the curse for anotherFrom, The Yorkshire Post"About a fortnight ago a man was admitted to the Bristol Royal. He who was to do more than counterbalance the weight of the sins of all, must have infinite merits of His own, in order that the scale of Divine justice may preponderate in their favour. There is no doubt that the fire of all the burnt offerings of the law, whether it came down immediately from heaven to consume the victim, as on various memorable occasions, or was kindled naturally, was the emblem of the Divine holiness and justice, consuming the substitute lamb on which the sin had been laid — the sacrifice in place of the sinner. For example, the biggest memory I have of ghost stories is when I was camping with our friends—as we were going to sleep someone would tell a ghost story. It is a real redemption, all that was forfeited being restored.8. ", But what does it mean when it refers to the 'curse of the law'. Hence it must be(1)supremely just;(2)morally unavoidable;(3)most weighty.2. He who was to be the substitute for all must have the common nature of all. Pythias having been condemned to death, he obtained leave of absence to go home and settle his affairs, and Damon pledged himself to endure the punishment if his friend did: not return. Oh for a profound self-abasement, and fervent love, and lively faith, in the observing of it!3. What it is to be made a curse. The chain, by which it binds him, is the guilt of sin, and from which none can loose the soul but Christ. If Christ satisfied by paying our debt, then He should have endured eternal torments; for so we should, and the damned shall. )Suffering, redemption, blessingRichard Nicholls.I. Another gospel truly — which in fact turns the whole mission and work of our Lord Jesus Christ into an unreality! Christ the sufferer must be Christ the Redeemer.2. They, by their Surety, have paid to the full, yea, and supererogated in His sufferings. Substantially it is this, that God never has had a quarrel with man, but only man a quarrel with God, — that God never has been angry with men, but men only jealous of Him; and that the whole design, of Christ's coming into the world, and of His suffering unto death was to convince men of this — who, as soon as they are persuaded to believe it — to believe that God loves them, and has loved them always, are saved. Our first position then is, that it is the curse of God "which the apostle says Christ was made, and God Himself who made Him that curse.II. (4) God so severely punisheth His Son that the extremity of His sufferings might be a caution to us, and affect us with a holy dread and fear how we provoke so just and so jealous a God. 14), "that the blessing of Abraham might come on the Gentiles through Jesus Christ; that we might receive the promise of the Spirit through faith." And by reason of this, God, in punishing Christ, punisheth not only the same nature, but the same person. ", "you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for on the day you eat from it, you will certainly die.". For whose sake was Christ thus accursed and punished? But yet, notwithstanding, every one whom God afflicts must not be esteemed as cursed by Him. When Jesus was led forth out of Jerusalem, and there crucified between the thieves, it was as if all the innumerable multitudes of sinners whom He represented had been in that hour carried out, and had there endured, in their own persons, the curse of the Divine law due to their whole ungodliness, unrighteousness, pride, falsehood, vanity, uncleanness, rebellion, and I know not what other crimes and sins.VI. Men curse by imprecation; but God curseth more effectually by ordination and infliction. Our first position then is, that it is the curse of God "which the apostle says Christ was made, and God Himself who made Him that curse.II. Every one, therefore, that is afflicted is not presently accursed. (2) The second argument is this: The covenant of grace is propounded to all indefinitely and universally. Let these words, for example, be carefully observed (Leviticus 16:27, 28), "The bullock for the sin offering, and the goat for the sin-offering, whose blood was brought in to make atonement in the holy place, shall one carry forth without the camp; and they shall burn in the fire their skin, and their flesh, and their dung. Wicked men may curse them — may wish, or call them, accursed.III. Another in respect of His person and economy, or office; in which sense He properly satisfies God, being in respect of His manhood another, and inferior to God (John 14:28). He is just to forgive us our sins (1 John 1:9). He who was to suffer in the stead of the disobedient must Himself be obedient in all things.2. Mr. Lysaght caught the disease in its worse form, and died. Let us consider what redemption is. (3) By this means also God most effectually expresses His infinite hatred and detestation of sin. He who was to be the substitute for all must have the common nature of all. Redemption, therefore, may be taken either properly or improperly. He said, "They will throw them into the fiery furnace, where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth.". A captive is redeemed by a price paid only to him that holds him in bondage, but by the same act he may be redeemed from labour, from disease, from death, from the persecution of his fellow-captives, and from a slavish disposition.(Hodge. How Jesus Christ, who is God blessed for ever, could be made a curse or become accursed. When Jesus was led forth out of Jerusalem, and there crucified between the thieves, it was as if all the innumerable multitudes of sinners whom He represented had been in that hour carried out, and had there endured, in their own persons, the curse of the Divine law due to their whole ungodliness, unrighteousness, pride, falsehood, vanity, uncleanness, rebellion, and I know not what other crimes and sins.VI. At first view it seems very strange that the chosen type of the blessed Redeemer should have been the likeness of a serpent, — that, when the Israelites were dying of the bite of serpents, the medium of their cure should have been the likeness of one, "Make thee a fiery serpent, and set it upon a pole; and it shall come to pass, that every one that is bitten, when he looketh upon it, shall live." 3. The blessings of salvation are to be obtained in Christ (ἐν Χριστῷ). 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A great rock has been lifted out from the river-bed of God's mercy, and the living stream comes rippling, rolling, swelling on in crystal tides, sweeping before it all human sin and sorrow, and making the thirsty who stoop down to drink at it.(C. sidered either as personal or imputed. But now, thirdly, there was a mysterious manner, yet most real and true, in which Christ was not guiltless. This Mr. Lysaght did, but without avail, for shortly afterwards the patient died of suppressed scarlatina. If Christ's death satisfied God for our sins, how unparalleled is the love of Christ to poor sinners!4. A captive is redeemed by a price paid only to him that holds him in bondage, but by the same act he may be redeemed from labour, from disease, from death, from the persecution of his fellow-captives, and from a slavish disposition.(Hodge. The apostle, in the opening chapter of this Epistle, speaks of "another gospel, which is not another." (a)Christ was free from all personal sin, whether of corruption of nature or transgression of life. There is; for, behold! As if to say that when God appointed the sin-offerings of the law to be carried forth outside the camp as unclean and accursed, and to be burned in the fire, it was but a figure of our Lord Jesus, laden with our accursed iniquities, made sin and a curse, numbered with the transgressors, dealt with as the vilest of all — not by man so much as by God, the Holy One of Israel — because the Lord had, with His own most free consent, made to meet on Him the iniquities of us all. For, besides the frightfulness of such a thing to be even imagined, it were in contradiction to the express words, "He hath made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us." From His standpoint of perfect rectitude and purity, He saw how far men had wandered from God, and how deeply they had fallen in sin.2. (6) Christ challenges unto Himself supreme authority and dominion over all by the right of His death (Romans 14:9). Those who, when offered the gospel, prefer to remain under the law (Galatians 3:10). For we find in the law that the person who was next of kin was to redeem to himself the lands of his relations, when they were fallen to decay, and constrained by poverty to sell them (Leviticus 25:25; Ruth 3:12; and 4:4). The law of God hath three parts, commands, promises, and threatenings or curses. For God could never have been so completely satisfied in exacting the penalty from us in our own- persons as now He is by the punishments laid upon His own Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. Guthrie.One of our boys had committed an offence so bad that Mr. Gibb, his teacher, though rarely using the rod, felt it necessary to make an example of him. For there is such an intimate union by faith between Christ and a believer, that they make up but one mystical person. "Made Him to be sin" — the entire expression is, "made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us." Let these words, for example, be carefully observed (Leviticus 16:27, 28), "The bullock for the sin offering, and the goat for the sin-offering, whose blood was brought in to make atonement in the holy place, shall one carry forth without the camp; and they shall burn in the fire their skin, and their flesh, and their dung. (3) By this means also God most effectually expresses His infinite hatred and detestation of sin. (5) The effect and fruit of this His satisfaction is our freedom, ransom, or deliverance from the wrath and curse due to us for our sins. Upon Him rested, for a season, the wrath of God.1. )The nature of our redemptionHodge.Redemption being deliverance by means of the substitution of a ransom, it follows that, although the ransom can only be paid to God, and to Him only as the moral governor of the universe, we may still be said to be redeemed from all that we are delivered from by means of the ransom paid in the sacrifice of Christ. The blessing comes to those who repent and believe.(C. What it is to be made a curse. At his wit's end what to do — for the crime must be punished — it occurred to him to make such an appeal as, to compare small things to great, reminds us of the mystery of salvation, and the love of Him who "was wounded for our transgressions, and bruised for our iniquities, and by whose stripes we are healed." PRACTICAL INFERENCES AND COROLLARIES.1. It is true He hath already demonstrated His hate against it by ruthful examples upon all the creatures. Our first position then is, that it is the curse of God "which the apostle says Christ was made, and God Himself who made Him that curse.II. It could not be the pollution, the turpitude, on the one hand; it was not the suffering simply, on the other. Every one, therefore, that is afflicted is not presently accursed. And now, not only are we thus delivered from the law's terrible sentence, but — the stone which lay over the grave of our corruption once removed — the way is open for the Holy Ghost's descending into it to make an end of our corruption too, — yea, open for the whole blessing of the Abrahamic covenant, "I will be a God to thee," coming on believers everywhere, of the Gentiles and of the Jews alike — from which blessing the apostle singles out the promise of the Holy Ghost, as being the centre and sum of it all, saying, "Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, etc., that the blessing of Abraham might come on the Gentiles through Jesus Christ, that we might receive the promise of the Spirit through faith." behold the explanation of all — of the travail of Messiah's soul — of an agony that wrung the blood from every pore of His sacred body — of what He himself declared to be His own Father's desertion of Him — see, not the source of it only, but the soul also of its deepest bitterness and anguish, in these words, "made sin," "made a curse," — not accursed simply, but — as if all the curses due to a world's sin had been made to meet in His person — "made curse," that we might be redeemed from the curse of the law!V. He that cannot (as no mere creature can) ought to lie for ever, as the damned do, under sufferings.3. The prisoner went free, whilst St. Vincent wore a convict's chain, did a convict's work, lived on convict fare, and, worst of all, had only convict society. A Saviour, a Redeemer: O sweet and precious names, for lost and undone sinners! He must not take the person of one individual man (such as Abraham, Moses, Elias), but He must take the nature of all, and sum up all mankind in Himself.3. (1) He died in our place and stead as a Ransom for us. (6) Christ challenges unto Himself supreme authority and dominion over all by the right of His death (Romans 14:9). Wicked men may curse them — may wish, or call them, accursed.III. Father, save Me from this hour? "Made Him to be sin" — the entire expression is, "made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us." The curse of the law also involves being subject to the wrath of God. Wordsworth. G. Brown, D. D.I. (2) He suffered our punishment to free us from it.II. This was the agony of His death. (b)Yet He was not free from all imputed sin and guilt. As soon as ever the least breath of this contagion seized upon them, God turned the angels out of heaven, and man out of Paradise; He subjected the whole creation unto vanity, that nothing but fears, care, sorrow, and disappointment reign here below; and under these woeful effects of the Divine wrath we groan and sign away our days. An interest in Christ.2. God is holy and righteous. Even had His sufferings proceeded simply from the hands of men and devils, the mystery would not have been removed, since neither devils nor men could be more than instruments — voluntary and guilty, yet only instruments — in the hand of Jehovah for the executing of His designs. He pays a full price, every way adequate and proportionable to the wrong.3. This work is to "redeem." For answer to this, we must carefully distinguish between the substance of the curse and the adjuncts and circumstances of it. There is; for, behold! Scripture: Galatians 4:12–20. The curse being thus rolled away, the way is prepared for the coming of the blessing.5. When Jesus was led forth out of Jerusalem, and there crucified between the thieves, it was as if all the innumerable multitudes of sinners whom He represented had been in that hour carried out, and had there endured, in their own persons, the curse of the Divine law due to their whole ungodliness, unrighteousness, pride, falsehood, vanity, uncleanness, rebellion, and I know not what other crimes and sins.VI. If God will be satisfied for our sins before He pardon them, how then is pardon an act of grace? (2) In the sufferings of Jesus Christ, God manifests the glory both of His justice and mercy, and with infinite wisdom reconciles them one with the other. (1) That Christ died for all men, with an absolute intention of bringing all and every one of them into a state of salvability; from the which they were excluded by their guilt and God's righteous judgment, and that He is not frustrated in this His intention, but, by His death, hath fully effected and accomplished it. He had begun to speak of this curse at the tenth verse, saying, "As many as are of the works of the law are under the curse: for it is written, Cursed is everyone that con-tinueth not in all things which are written in the book of the law to do them." There wouldn't be any adults around to protect us and my friends would scare us with their stories that they swore were true. So much is certain, therefore, negatively, that the apostle's meaning is not, and cannot be, that He was made our sin in the pollution, or stain, or turpitude of it, either in nature or in life. Mr. Lysaght caught the disease in its worse form, and died. Flood. The punishment .was to be publicly inflicted, "that others might fear." As soon as ever the least breath of this contagion seized upon them, God turned the angels out of heaven, and man out of Paradise; He subjected the whole creation unto vanity, that nothing but fears, care, sorrow, and disappointment reign here below; and under these woeful effects of the Divine wrath we groan and sign away our days. "A man pays a ransom for slaves; but Christ took the slave's place. And then, as it is God's curse which the apostle says Christ was made, so was it God Himself who made Him that curse. "(3) It must needs be acknowledged that Christ died for all men, in such a sense, as He is denied to have died for the fallen angels; then His death was not only a sufficient, but an intended, ransom for all. "O Lord, truly I am Thy servant; I am Thy servant, and the son of Thine handmaid: Thou has loosed my bonds."2. As soon as ever the least breath of this contagion seized upon them, God turned the angels out of heaven, and man out of Paradise; He subjected the whole creation unto vanity, that nothing but fears, care, sorrow, and disappointment reign here below; and under these woeful effects of the Divine wrath we groan and sign away our days. We are redeemed from the curse. Wordsworth. And, under these general terms, it may be propounded unto all, even the most desperate and forlorn sinners on earth. If Christ has thus borne the curse for us, why should we think it much to bear the cross for Him?3. As soon as ever the least breath of this contagion seized upon them, God turned the angels out of heaven, and man out of Paradise; He subjected the whole creation unto vanity, that nothing but fears, care, sorrow, and disappointment reign here below; and under these woeful effects of the Divine wrath we groan and sign away our days. (3) But the curse of the law being only duo unto sin and guilt, it remains yet to be inquired how this curse could be justly inflicted on our Saviour, who was infinitely pure and innocent; and to whom the Scripture gives this testimony, that He did no sin, neither was guile found in His mouth (1 Peter 2:22). Fifthly, THERE ARE CERTAIN GREAT CENTRAL THINGS AMONG THE TYPES OF THE OLD TESTAMENT WHICH CAST MUCH LIGHT OVER THE MYSTERIOUS FACT IN OUR TEXT, AND, IN THEIR TURN, RECEIVE IMPORTANT LIGHT FROM IT. What glorious light is thus cast on the words of Jesus, "As Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of man be lifted up; that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have eternal life!"2. It is true He hath already demonstrated His hate against it by ruthful examples upon all the creatures. ", Deliverance Firm the Curse Through Christ, The Curse of the Law and the Curse of the Cross, The Necessity for Christ's Bearing Our Curse. This curse of the law is the most dreadful thing imaginable; it strikes at the life of a sinner, yea, his best life, the eternal life of the soul; and when it hath condemned, it is inexorable, no cries nor tears, no reformations or repentance, can loose the guilty sinner: for it requires for its reparation that which no mere creature can give, even an infinite satisfaction. He says the reason is, that men are not saved now by any personal merit, but their salvation lies in another, viz., in Christ Jesus, the Representative Man, who alone can deliver from the curse of the law; and since works do not connect us with Christ, but faith is the uniting bond, faith becomes the way of salvation. For want of rightly distinguishing between these, too many have been woefully staggered and perverted in their faith; and have been induced to believe that Christ died not in the stead of any, but only for the good of all, as the Socinians blaspheme. Guthrie. "A man pays a ransom for slaves; but Christ took the slave's place. (Bishop Chris. Let no one be startled in the reading of it. There must be fellowship with Christ.3. For whose sake was Christ thus accursed and punished? (1st) That thereby the same person, who is God, might become passive, and a fit subject to receive and bear the wrath of God; for had He not been man, He could not have received it; and had He not been God, He could not have borne it. For God hath two ends for which He brings any affliction upon us. That punishment is hanging on a tree (Deuteronomy 21:23).6. The operation of tracheotomy was performed by Mr. W. C. Lysaght, M.R.C.S., assistant medical officer to the Infirmary; but the tube becoming choked, the last chance of saving the man's life was for some one to apply his lips to the tube and suck the moisture. Nothing, assuredly, for Himself — nothing save as a public Person, Surety, Representative. Fourthly, thus have we the wondrous explanation of the whole life of our Lord Jesus Christ, which otherwise were an inexplicable enigma. The nature of Christ's satisfaction. Hopkins, D. D.)The substituteDr. IT WAS TRANSFERRED TO CHRIST. We proceed to make the following INFERENCES:1. And there are two things upon which this justice and equity are founded — conjunction and consent. "CHRIST MADE A CURSE." "CHRIST MADE A CURSE." The law is silenced; it can demand no more. (2) He suffered our punishment to free us from it.II. My strength is dried up like a potsherd; and My tongue cleaveth to My jaws; and Thou hast brought me into the dust of death!"3. So much is certain, therefore, negatively, that the apostle's meaning is not, and cannot be, that He was made our sin in the pollution, or stain, or turpitude of it, either in nature or in life. He who was to suffer in the stead of the disobedient must Himself be obedient in all things.2. Fifthly, THERE ARE CERTAIN GREAT CENTRAL THINGS AMONG THE TYPES OF THE OLD TESTAMENT WHICH CAST MUCH LIGHT OVER THE MYSTERIOUS FACT IN OUR TEXT, AND, IN THEIR TURN, RECEIVE IMPORTANT LIGHT FROM IT. G. Brown, D. D.)LinksGalatians 3:13 NIVGalatians 3:13 NLTGalatians 3:13 ESVGalatians 3:13 NASBGalatians 3:13 KJVGalatians 3:13 Bible AppsGalatians 3:13 ParallelGalatians 3:13 Biblia ParalelaGalatians 3:13 Chinese BibleGalatians 3:13 French BibleGalatians 3:13 German BibleGalatians 3:13 CommentariesBible Hub. Infirmary, suffering from an affection of the throat, supposed to be diphtheria. )Enduring the curse for anotherFrom, The Yorkshire Post"About a fortnight ago a man was admitted to the Bristol Royal. Here He is coming under the load of their sin, and God does not spare Him, but smites Him as He must have smitten us, lays His full vengeance on Him, launches all His thunderbolts against Him, bids the curse wreak itself upon Him, and Christ suffers all, sustains all.IV. An improper redemption is a powerful rescue of a man from under any evil or danger in which he is. A captive is redeemed by a price paid only to him that holds him in bondage, but by the same act he may be redeemed from labour, from disease, from death, from the persecution of his fellow-captives, and from a slavish disposition.(Hodge. So much is certain, therefore, negatively, that the apostle's meaning is not, and cannot be, that He was made our sin in the pollution, or stain, or turpitude of it, either in nature or in life. For there is such an intimate union by faith between Christ and a believer, that they make up but one mystical person. (2) He suffered our punishment to free us from it.II. As temporal death is a penal evil, and part of the curse, so God inflicts it not upon believers; but they must die for other ends, viz., to be made perfectly happy in a more full and immediate enjoyment of God, than they can have in the body; and so death is theirs by way of privilege (1 Corinthians 3:22). (1) It is the act of God-man; no other was capable of giving satisfaction for an infinite wrong done to God. )Enduring the curse for anotherFrom, The Yorkshire Post"About a fortnight ago a man was admitted to the Bristol Royal. He who was to do more than counterbalance the weight of the sins of all, must have infinite merits of His own, in order that the scale of Divine justice may preponderate in their favour. There is no doubt that the fire of all the burnt offerings of the law, whether it came down immediately from heaven to consume the victim, as on various memorable occasions, or was kindled naturally, was the emblem of the Divine holiness and justice, consuming the substitute lamb on which the sin had been laid — the sacrifice in place of the sinner. For example, the biggest memory I have of ghost stories is when I was camping with our friends—as we were going to sleep someone would tell a ghost story. It is a real redemption, all that was forfeited being restored.8. ", But what does it mean when it refers to the 'curse of the law'. Hence it must be(1)supremely just;(2)morally unavoidable;(3)most weighty.2. He who was to be the substitute for all must have the common nature of all. Pythias having been condemned to death, he obtained leave of absence to go home and settle his affairs, and Damon pledged himself to endure the punishment if his friend did: not return. Oh for a profound self-abasement, and fervent love, and lively faith, in the observing of it!3. What it is to be made a curse. The chain, by which it binds him, is the guilt of sin, and from which none can loose the soul but Christ. If Christ satisfied by paying our debt, then He should have endured eternal torments; for so we should, and the damned shall. )Suffering, redemption, blessingRichard Nicholls.I. Another gospel truly — which in fact turns the whole mission and work of our Lord Jesus Christ into an unreality! Christ the sufferer must be Christ the Redeemer.2. They, by their Surety, have paid to the full, yea, and supererogated in His sufferings. Substantially it is this, that God never has had a quarrel with man, but only man a quarrel with God, — that God never has been angry with men, but men only jealous of Him; and that the whole design, of Christ's coming into the world, and of His suffering unto death was to convince men of this — who, as soon as they are persuaded to believe it — to believe that God loves them, and has loved them always, are saved. Our first position then is, that it is the curse of God "which the apostle says Christ was made, and God Himself who made Him that curse.II. (4) God so severely punisheth His Son that the extremity of His sufferings might be a caution to us, and affect us with a holy dread and fear how we provoke so just and so jealous a God. 14), "that the blessing of Abraham might come on the Gentiles through Jesus Christ; that we might receive the promise of the Spirit through faith." And by reason of this, God, in punishing Christ, punisheth not only the same nature, but the same person. ", "you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for on the day you eat from it, you will certainly die.". For whose sake was Christ thus accursed and punished? But yet, notwithstanding, every one whom God afflicts must not be esteemed as cursed by Him. When Jesus was led forth out of Jerusalem, and there crucified between the thieves, it was as if all the innumerable multitudes of sinners whom He represented had been in that hour carried out, and had there endured, in their own persons, the curse of the Divine law due to their whole ungodliness, unrighteousness, pride, falsehood, vanity, uncleanness, rebellion, and I know not what other crimes and sins.VI. Men curse by imprecation; but God curseth more effectually by ordination and infliction. Our first position then is, that it is the curse of God "which the apostle says Christ was made, and God Himself who made Him that curse.II. Every one, therefore, that is afflicted is not presently accursed. (2) The second argument is this: The covenant of grace is propounded to all indefinitely and universally. Let these words, for example, be carefully observed (Leviticus 16:27, 28), "The bullock for the sin offering, and the goat for the sin-offering, whose blood was brought in to make atonement in the holy place, shall one carry forth without the camp; and they shall burn in the fire their skin, and their flesh, and their dung. Wicked men may curse them — may wish, or call them, accursed.III. Another in respect of His person and economy, or office; in which sense He properly satisfies God, being in respect of His manhood another, and inferior to God (John 14:28). He is just to forgive us our sins (1 John 1:9). He who was to suffer in the stead of the disobedient must Himself be obedient in all things.2. Mr. Lysaght caught the disease in its worse form, and died. Let us consider what redemption is. (3) By this means also God most effectually expresses His infinite hatred and detestation of sin. He who was to be the substitute for all must have the common nature of all. Redemption, therefore, may be taken either properly or improperly. He said, "They will throw them into the fiery furnace, where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth.". A captive is redeemed by a price paid only to him that holds him in bondage, but by the same act he may be redeemed from labour, from disease, from death, from the persecution of his fellow-captives, and from a slavish disposition.(Hodge. How Jesus Christ, who is God blessed for ever, could be made a curse or become accursed. When Jesus was led forth out of Jerusalem, and there crucified between the thieves, it was as if all the innumerable multitudes of sinners whom He represented had been in that hour carried out, and had there endured, in their own persons, the curse of the Divine law due to their whole ungodliness, unrighteousness, pride, falsehood, vanity, uncleanness, rebellion, and I know not what other crimes and sins.VI. At first view it seems very strange that the chosen type of the blessed Redeemer should have been the likeness of a serpent, — that, when the Israelites were dying of the bite of serpents, the medium of their cure should have been the likeness of one, "Make thee a fiery serpent, and set it upon a pole; and it shall come to pass, that every one that is bitten, when he looketh upon it, shall live." 3. The blessings of salvation are to be obtained in Christ (ἐν Χριστῷ). 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