The Definition of Redemption

Bible Summary. Mankind requires redemption because our sin nature conflicts with God’s righteousness resulting in God’s wrath. Jesus offers us redemption from this wrath with the free gift of eternal life. Only Jesus’ act on the cross, his blood sacrifice, to take the punishment for our sins can lead to our eternal redemption. See below for Biblical advice and scriptures concerning the definition of redemption.

The Blood of the Redeemer

The Blood of the Redeemer

Definition of Redemption – Jesus Paid The Ransom For Us To Be Redeemed.

Mankind’s sin nature conflicts with God’s righteousness resulting in the wrath of God. Jesus has taken on God’s wrath because He loves mankind. Only through the ransom that Jesus offered can God forgive mankind and allow us to be reconciled back to Him. Romans 5:9 advises us of how Jesus paid the ransom for our sin.

Romans 5:9, “Since, therefore, we have now been justified by his blood, much more shall we be saved by him from the wrath of God.”

Definition of Redemption – Jesus’ Free Gift Of Eternal Life.

In the Christian definition of redemption, the free gift of eternal life is the end result of our redemption. Jesus is the one that offers us the free gift of eternal life. The only reason that Jesus paid the price for our sin on the cross is because He loves us. Romans 6:23 advise us that Jesus has offered us the free gift of eternal life to redeem us from the wages of sin.

Romans 6:23, “For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.”

Illustration of Redemption: The Marred Hands Settled the Issue …

Definition of Redemption – Jesus The Only Perfect Ransom and Eternal Sin Offering.

From a Christian perspective the definition of redemption specifies that the only redeemer is Jesus. Only Jesus’ act on the cross, his blood sacrifice, to take the punishment for our sins can lead to our eternal redemption. Hebrews 9:12 advises that only Jesus’ blood on the cross can provide us eternal redemption.

Hebrews 9:12, “he entered once for all into the holy places, not by means of the blood of goats and calves but by means of his own blood, thus securing an eternal redemption.”