Mediator – Moses to Christ

December 4, 2016 ()

Bible Text: Isaiah |

Series:

Northwest Bible Church – Dec. 4, 2016 – Worship Service – Alan Conner

Mediator – Moses to Christ

Intro

A. WHAT IS A MEDIATOR?

1. The function of a mediator.

2. Examples

B. THE NEED FOR A MEDIATOR.

1. Sin makes a separation between us and God (Is. 59:2).

2. Sin brings enmity (Rom. 8:7).

3. Sin brings wrath (Rom. 2:5).

C. THE MEDIATOR IN THE O.T.

1. The prophet, priest, and king as mediator.

2. Moses was the mediator par excellence.

a) Moses mediated on behalf of God as a prophet (Numb. 12:6-8).

b) Moses mediated on behalf of the people as a priest (Ex. 24:8).

c) Moses mediated the covenant as a king (Ex. 18:13).

3. The promised Mediator like Moses (Deut. 18:15-19).

D. CHRIST OUR MEDIATOR

1. His qualifications.

2. His role as the Mediator.

a. Christ is our Mediator – Prophet (Heb. 1:1-2; Jn. 1:14).

b. Christ is our Mediator – Priest (Eph. 1:4 (election); Heb. 8:6, 13; 13:20 (better covenant); Eph. 1:7 (redemption); Heb. 2:17 (propitiation); Col. 1:20; Rom. 5:1(peace).

c. Christ is our Mediator – King (Rev. 1:5).

Conclusion