Consequences of the Cross


It may rightly be said that the cross is the universal symbol of Christianity. To ancient peoples, the image of the cross would have evoked thoughts of torture, blood, agony, and death. To the earliest Christians, it also would have elicited sweet, thankful thoughts of the Savior. This is what Christians today must remember when they see this symbol. It is not merely a pretty piece of jewelry; no, the cross is demonstrative of divine accomplishment, power, and love. 

What must truly come to mind for the Christian who ponders the cross?

The series of posts linked below seeks to answer that question.

Consequences of the Cross
Consequences of the Cross: Redemption
Consequences of the Cross: Propitiation
Consequences of the Cross: Justification
Consequences of the Cross: Reconciliation
Consequences of the Cross: Sanctification
Consequences of the Cross: Glorification