The Cross Throughout the Scripture.

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In this Epistle to the Corinthians, the apostle Paul tells us that for the Jews the message of the Old Testament, which they so earnestly read, was veiled or hidden from them. This veil still exists for the Jews when Moses or the Torah is read, and it is in vain that the prophets are read. The deep meaning of the Psalms cannot be comprehended. The book of Isaiah relinquishes none of its treasures. David speaks a lan­guage that they cannot understand. This veil upon the hearts and minds of the Jews will not be removed until they turn to Christ and see that He is their crucified Savior, Messiah, and King.
The sad thing is that today, in the same way, there exists a veil that blinds the minds of Christians so that they may not see fully. They are not able to look deep into the Word of God and see all that is there. The only difference is that, in their case, it is in both the Old and the New Testa­ments! The entire Bible is in large measure veiled to these Christians. This veil has to do with the glory of the Cross of Christ throughout the Scrip­tures. The main prophecies in the Old Testament about Calvary are unheeded. In fact, God has noth­ing more wonderful to reveal to man than the Cross. Heaven knows of nothing as glorious as the Cross.
In this Epistle to the Corinthians, the apostle Paul tells us that for the Jews the message of the Old Testament, which they so earnestly read, was veiled or hidden from them. This veil still exists for the Jews when Moses or the Torah is read, and it is in vain that the prophets are read. The deep meaning of the Psalms cannot be comprehended. The book of Isaiah relinquishes none of its treasures. David speaks a lan­guage that they cannot understand. This veil upon the hearts and minds of the Jews will not be removed until they turn to Christ and see that He is their crucified Savior, Messiah, and King.
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