Leviticus, Vol. 3: The Day of Atonement, Lev. ch. 16
No words of man could possibly exaggerate either the importance of the historical fact of the atonement itself, or of the revelation of its doctrinal significance as given in the Scripture. Apart from the atoning work of Christ Jesus, the choice blessings of God could never be imparted to the guilty race of Adam.
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