Our text is still . . . (from Lesson One and Two)

The Jewish people of Jesus' time on earth believed their greatest enemy was the Romans. But Ephesians 6:10-12 declares the true enemy to be .


— Jesus' given mission, even before He was born:

(Matthew 1:21)
(Note: The name "Jesus" signifies Savior. - Unger's Bible Dictionary)

Hebrews 9:22)


— The Need for Jesus' Death

Read Romans 3:10-12 & 3:23. How many good people does that leave?

Is the most moral person you know included in these verses?

How would your life be described in these verses?

According to Romans 6:23, what is the result of sin?

Why did Jesus have to die according to 1 Peter 3:18?

(Note: The word "sin" does not mean we are evil, but that we have simply missed the right path [God's path] - Unger's Bible Dictionary)


— The Event of Jesus' Death

Read the account of Jesus' death in John 19. Verses 1-9, and 10-15, and 16-23, and 24-30 and summarize the events in two or three sentences.

Why do you believe Jesus would have gone through such suffering for you?


— The Result of Jesus' Death

What of yours did Jesus die for?

Isaiah 53:6

1 Peter 3:18

(1 Peter 1:18,19)


— Jesus' Death Brings Life

Read Romans 6:5-11.

(v.6) When we receive Jesus Christ as Savior, our "old self" (the sin problem we had before Jesus) was .

(v.6) We are no longer to sin.

(v.11) We are to sin and to God.

Read John 10:10. The thief [Satan] came to ,

But Jesus came to .


"For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing,
but to us who are being saved
it is the power of God."

1 Corinthians 1:18



1. Explain in your own words why God the Father sent Jesus to earth.

2. If someone said to you that Jesus was only another man, explain how you would address that error by using the facts of His life and death.

3. Using the Romans verses we studied (6:5-11), explain what happened in your life when you accepted Jesus as your Savior?


Lesson Conclusions #3 Final


Memory Verse

"But God demonstrates his own love for us in this:
While we were still sinners,
Christ died for us."

Romans 5:8


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3 – The Death of Jesus Christ

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