This is the Resurrection Sunday message for 2018, given on April 1. The message is about Jesus being exchanged for Barabbas, and compares Barabbas with the scapegoat of Leviticus 16 and the sacrificed bird and freed bird of Leviticus 14, demonstrating the types and shadows of Jesus and Barabbas in the Old Testament. The sermon focuses on the two aspects of the atonement; propitiation and expiation.
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