Unit 2 Preformance Task

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Unit 2 Preformance Task

God's redemptive love endures despite of sin in history and even today!

Ryan Themm Period 7

People, events, and prophets point to Christ's incarnational mission !

God's covenant to huamnity transforms our brokenness into wholeness!

Unit 2 Preformance Task!

In a simple explanation, this image explaines that God's love is a cycle. And that no matter what, he will call us back with a theophany and his love.

Ephesians 1:7 - In whom we have redemption through his blood, the forgivness of sins, according to the riches of his grace;

God is our patriarch who guides us through the struggles of life, and he teaches us to ove his creation along side him.

What Jospeh Prince does well is explain God's covenant and his relationship with us. That we are all in a strong, personal relationship with God. He supports his this with scripture, and then invites us to be secure and condident with God. The underlining meaning is that if we trust and love God, then he will return the favor with grace.

Genesis 31:44- Now therefore come thou, let us make a covenant, I and thou; and let it be for a witness between me and thee

God is always inviting us into relationships because he loves us with a deep pation. That is why he will give up on us. Seen through out history, God has taught us important lessons that lead us to prosperity along side of him.

Through out the Old Testament, they propheceis about the Messiah fulfilling the Paschal Mystery and redeem God's Kingdom.

From the moment Jesus is born, he fulfills many of the propheceis the prophets have stated. Some being that Jesus will be born a virgin and that he is decendent of Abraham and David. From the moment of Jesus' birth, God had him prepared to finsih his mission on Earth and bring his people into another relationship.

Isaiah 53:10-11: Yet it was the will of the Lord to crush him; he has put him to greif; when his soul makes an offering for guilt, he shall see his offspring


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