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Summary: Jesus did not die on the Cross so that we can live a defeated life, Paul says that Jesus nailed all of that to the Cross

Nailed to the Cross

Col: 2:13-15

One of the things that frustrate me the most about the Christian Life, is listening to defeated

Christians. We ether have habits in our life that we seem to think that we can’t over come. Or we

have place so many added restrictions to our Christian life that it has robbed of the joy of our

salvation. I want to tell you this morning that Jesus has nailed those things to the Cross so that we

can life an abundant life in Christ.

Jesus said John 10:10 (quickview)  I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more

abundantly.

Jesus did not die on the Cross so that we can live a defeated life, Paul says in these verses I just

read that Jesus nailed all of that to the Cross

I. He nailed our sins to the Cross

(And you being dead in your trespasses and the un-circumcision of your flesh, He has made

alive together with Him, having forgiven you all trespasses)

a. Because we were dead in our sins

Rom 6:23 Wages of sin is death

b. Because there was no change of heart

(NT talks about the circumcision of the heart)

c. Because of His love he made us alive with Him

How by forgiving us of our trespasses

II. He nailed our handwritings to the cross (v.14)

The word handwritings = something written with hand and requirements is the word

dogma which could be translated as doctrine or ordinances.

Remember that the Bible says that the Ten Commandments were wrote by the finger of God,

so we are talking about ordinances that man has written.

The Pharisees started of (I believe) as God fearing men trying to interpret the law of God so

that people could understand them.

They took the ten Commandments and made 613 laws, until it got to the point that

they could not even follow them.

Have you ever noticed how Pharisaical we have gotten some times.

We have rules on how to dress

( Jesus never wore the priestly robe of the pharisees)

What music to listen to

Who we are to talk to

(Jesus was often seen talking to prostitutes)

Places that we go

(Jesus was seen in the houses of sinners)

How we wear our hair

I had a guy tell me that there was no way I could be a preacher

because I had a gottee, I reminded him that Jesus had a beard

and His hair was probably longer than mine.

III. He nailed our cleansing on the Cross

That which was contrary to us

Our sins and our religious laws have robed us of our abundant life in Christ

Contrary = opposed, opponent, adversary, against

He has taken it out of the way

In

Numbers 5:23 (quickview) 

’Then the priest shall write these curses in a book,

and he shall scrape them off into the bitter water.

Talking about the process of using a mixture of fluids to remove an accusation

that has been written down so that the person can go on without speculation

When Jesus nailed it to the Cross He not only forgave our sins He removed them

IV. He nailed our triumph on the Cross

He disarmed our enemy (all principalities and powers)

Ephesians. 6:12

For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against

the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places.


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