Preemptive Attack: A Reflection For Lent

There’s been a lot of debate on the topic of attacks lately. Much of that discussion centers on how we can preemptively stop attacks before they even happen. It would seem, in the eyes of many, that the one who does the most preemptively to solve the problem is the one who does the most good. Well, I can certainly think of one area where that is certainly true.

Consider the person and work of Jesus Christ, the object Christians should be re-shifting their focus toward during this Lenten season anyway. Consider in particular the actions He took toward purchasing our redemption from sin and death. To examine this closely is to understand that this total and utter destruction of sin and death forever was indeed a preemptive attack:

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