I might not get it. I might not be getting all of this right, we've sinned so we deserve death or the lake of fire, in Old Testament times sin was covered by shedding the blood of an unblemished lamb, which was a foreshadowing of what Jesus did. Jesus was the unblemished lamb of God and His blood was shed so that everyone who believes He died on the cross and rose from the dead on the third day could be saved. The blood of the Old Testament lambs or other animals that were sacrificed (is sacrificed the right word to use?) pointed towards Jesus' sacrifice which covered all sin. Am I missing anything? Please correct me where I am wrong. If anyone wants to, please explain the gospel to me.
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