Psalms Celebrating Redemption and Salvation by the Lord
Prophets and Psalms 0. The things that follow [in this little work treat of]:
|1.||The Lord’s advent.|
|2.||The successive vastation of the church.|
|3.||The church totally devastated, and its rejection.|
|4.||The rejection of the Lord by the church.|
|5.||The Lord’s temptations in general.|
|6.||Temptation even to despair.|
|7.||The combats of the Lord with the hells.|
|8.||Victory over them, or their subjugation.|
|9.||The passion of the cross.|
|10.||The glorification of the Human of the Lord, or its union with the Divine.|
|11.||A new church in place of the former.|
|12.||A new church together with a new heaven.|
|13.||The state of humiliation before the Father.|
|15.||A last judgment by the Lord.|
|16.||Celebration and worship of the Lord.|
|17.||Redemption and salvation by the Lord.|
This week we will focus on numbers 16 and 17.
What is redemption?
TCR 118. To redeem means to free from damnation, to reclaim from everlasting death, to snatch from hell, and to release the captives and those in bondage from the hands of the devil. The Lord performed this by conquering the hells and founding a new heaven. The reason why people could not by any other means be saved was that the spiritual world is so closely integrated with the natural world that they are inseparable.