Have you ever thought about what it means to be redeemed? Y’shua as our Kinsman redeemer, redeemed us. How did He do this? We have learned that He paid the redemption price by sacrificing His life. However, how do we reconcile this with the Torah that forbids human sacrifice (Lev 18:21; Deut 18:10-13)? We shall show you through this study how Y’shua atoned for us without being a literal human sacrifice. This is one of the points that anti-missionaries often use to trip believers up. It is therefor important for you to study this too and to share it with others. Without knowledge of the truth, we are easily deceived. “My people perish due to a lack of knowledge…”
This is the second part in our series about redemption. In the first part we focused on what redemption is, the importance of the redemption of the firstborn and the relation between redemption of the firstborn and human sacrifice In this part, we are going to learn about the kinsman redeemer.
Have you ever wondered what the connection is between Y’Shua’s redemptive work and the role of the kinsman redeemer? We have found that if we want to understand Y’Shua’s redemptive work better, we need to understand what a kinsman redeemer is, because that is what He is; He is our Kinsman Redeemer, our Go’el.
Redemption is quite a complex concept, but we need to understand this in order to comprehend what Y’shua did for us when He redeemed us and to see the future redemption of Israel.
This is the first of a few posts focusing on different aspects of redemption. We shall start off with a study on the redemption of the firstborn, then the Kinsman Redeemer in Part 2. After that, in Part 3,we shall study about Y’shua as our Redeemer. We shall conclude the series with Israel’s future redemption. You can subscribe underneath to ensure that you get to read all four studies in the series.