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Christ As the Lamb of God/Our Redeemer

Memory Verse

The next day he saw Jesus coming toward him, and said, “Behold, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!

  • To understand the significance of Christ being the Lamb and Christ is our Redeemer.
  • Knowing why Christ has been described as the Lamb of God.
  • To have a deeper understanding that Christ has redeemed us from the sins of the world.
  • Knowing that the Lamb of God has been has washed our sins presented and received as the permanent atonement for our sins.
  • Appreciate our freedom in Christ as the lamb that has been sacrificed in our place.
  • Recognizing the strength, we have in Him who is Our Redeemer.
  • The Redemptive power of Christ is rooted in Love and compassion.


  • What did the lamb signify in the scriptures?
  • What was the role pf the lamb in making us right with God?
  • Is there a correlation between the lamb in the old testament and Christ in the new testament?
  • Why is Christ called the Lamb of God?
  • What exactly qualified Christ to be Lamb of God?
  • What is the significance of this truth of Christ being the lamb of God and redeemer as believers?
  • What qualities and traits can we learn from Christ as the as the lamb of God?
  • How do I respond to the love of the lamb of God and Redeemer?
  • Jesus Christ being called the Lamb of God simply means He is the perfect sacrifice for sin (John 1:29, John 1:36)
  • Jesus as our redeemer means he paid the ultimate Price for a debt He did not owe.
  • Christ is our redeemer, through the shedding of His blood has reconciled us to God and removed the veil of separation from the father- acting evil of sin. (Leviticus 19:9–10; 23:22, Luke 2:38, Hebrews 2:17).
  • Blameless and stainless blood is required for atonement of sin and reconciliation to God, the blood of Jesus is considered pure and perfect like that of the lamb (Eph 1:7, Titus 2:14)
  • When we call Jesus Christ our redeemer, we are literarily confessing that by nature, we were sinners but by His blood, we have been made whole. (1Peter 1:18-19)
  • It is a weapon to defeat against the accusation of the enemy. The price has been paid by Christ (Matt 20:28)
  • Christ our redeemer has permanently set us free from sin and made a way for us that we should never again return to slavery/bondage (Rom8:3).
  • By the reason of the blood of the Lamb, we can boldly enter into the Most Holy Place (Hebrews 10:19-22)
  • We are justified by the blood of the Lamb. So, refuse every lie of the devil that suggests otherwise (Rom 8:33-34)
  • You have been redeemed with the precious blood of Jesus, therefore free your mind from every quilt of sin (Rom 8:38-39)
  • You have been bought with a price, maintain this purity and never return to sin (1Cor 6:20)
  • Always remember the finished work of the Cross and see yourself victorious in every battle (John 19:28-30).
  • Being established in this truth gives us hope and frees our minds from every accusation from the enemy.
  • When the battle of life seems insurmountable, apply the blood of Jesus (Ex 12:13, Hebrews 12:24).
  • Just as Christ is our Lamb and redeemer, we should demonstrate the love he has for us in our relationship with God and his creation (including humans).