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More about "The Sacrifice" which God gave for us  
The article "The Sacrifice" begins with the very old account of Abraham's willingness to put his own son on the altar as a sacrifice to the Almighty Lord.  Both the Bible's and the Qur'an's account of this event speak of the Lord's provision of His own sacrifice to ransom the son of Abraham/Ibrahim.  The Bible sees in this a picture of the greatest sacrifice, still to come centuries later.  

"The Sacrifice" explains how the prophets looked forward to the coming of the greatest sacrifice, describing in detail the suffering of Jesus the Messiah, using words like, "We all, like sheep, have gone astray, each of us has turned to his own way; and the LORD has laid on him the iniquity of us all."  (Isaiah 53:6) When we look to Jesus as God's sacrifice for us, our sins are forgiven. 

(See also "Can my sins be forgiven?").                              

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