Twitter Updates for 2008-07-29

  • Got up, showered, checked my email, heading out the door… it is 7:01 a.m. #
  • Stopped to get coffee. Barrista was WAY too happy for me for 7 am. #
  • http://twitpic.com/5sre – On campus. #
  • Starting with recommended books by Swain – Heirs with Christ: The Puritans on Adoption (Joel R. Beeke ) #
  • Book recommendation two – The commentary of Dr. Zacharias Ursinus on the Heidelberg Catechism by Zacharias Ursinus #
  • http://tinyurl.com/6eyjg2=reg_hu-wl_item-added #
  • Pactum Salutis = Covenant of Redemption = The Father’s Eternal Plan #
  • Historia Salutis = Redemption Accomplished = The Son’s Mission #
  • Ordo Salutis = Redemption Applied = The Spirit’s Mission #
  • God promises full and final redemption through the Prophets. Jeremiah tell us what, Isaiah tells us how. #
  • Swain – “Satan lies and says ‘you shall not surely die.’ The Cross tells the truth.” #
  • Take a break… #
  • http://twitpic.com/5swu – This diagram sums up the entire class. #
  • Turn to Isaiah 49 #
  • Why is this righteous servant a suffering servant? Isaiah 53, with a clarity surpassing all other OT texts, tells us the answer. #
  • He/our; him/us; we/him – “the wonderful exchange”: Isa 53:4-6 #
  • Penal substitutionary suffering: Isa 53:5, 6, 8, 10 #
  • The servant’s willing, faultless self-offering: Isa 53:7, 9, 10, 12 #
  • Swain just pulled a spider out of the air… literally. #
  • In the middle of a long 20 minute break. Got an oat and honey bar and am emailing with some clients. #
  • Break over. Water and snack was a big help. #
  • Let’s move to the New Testament. #
  • historia salutis is the fulfillment of pactum salutis #
  • The State of Humiliation, Part One: Jesus’ Public Ministry #
  • Twitter was down for a while… on lunch break right now. #
  • following the Mosaic paradigm, Jesus miracles serve 2 functions: sovereign acts of liberation & authentication of Jesus’ identity & message #
  • My eyelids weigh a ton right now… #
  • Jesus does not merely come to “do” God’s righteous will but to “fulfill” it. #
  • take a break… #
  • Back to work… The State of Humiliation, Part Two: Jesus’ Crucifixion #
  • Jesus died the death of the righteous sufferer of the Psalms, of Isaiah’s Suffering Servant, of God’s eschatological Passover Lamb. #
  • 1 Cor 5:7: “Christ, our Passover lamb, has been sacrificed!” #
  • By his atoning work, God’s beloved Son secured reconciliation #
  • The State of Exaltation: Raised to Rule #
  • If you stopped listening at 2:30 or so, start listening now… #
  • Jesus’ exaltation is the means whereby the Father fulfills his eternal purpose: #
  • to publish the exceeding glory of his beloved Son throughout the cosmos #
  • Redemption is ALWAYS consummated in the praise of the Redeemer. #
  • The Lord reigns, let the earth rejoice Ps 97.1 #
  • Any questions? #
  • heading home #

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