In Christ, the eternal God put to death all, which separated himself from his creation.
The hostile powers of creation, which separated his creatures from his great love, law, sin, death, and the deceiver, were all exposed, and then stripped of all their authority.
Every hostile force, which entered into the creation, which God created, were summoned to the cross, and there exposed and stripped of their authority.
In the death of Christ, all the enemies of Gods good creation were unmasked and defeated.
Christ descended into the depths of the powers dominion and domain, sin death and hades, and led the captives out from their long exile of separation from him.
Christ the Creator of all things, defeated him who had the power of death, which is the devil.
Through the defeat of the cross of Calvary, Christ has now filled every realm of the creation.
There is not a place in the created order, where the light of Christ has not penetrated.
Christ is now victor of the grave, and of death.
Death now has a new master, his name is Jesus Christ, who is the full representation of a new world, and a new humanity.
All things have now being reconciled back to God, through the work of Christ.
Humanity had no part in the redemption of the creation.
Christ who is the God of creation, became through the race of Adam, a man of his creation, then defeated all the powers, which were created by him, and for him, which now separated him from his creatures.
All things that were against man, Christ has overcome through the cross, who was judged for his creatures.
At the cross Christ was judged for the man of creation. Christ took the judgment upon himself, which was pronounced on the man of his creation.
Then Christ told the man of his creation, go and enjoy the freedom that now is now yours. Law, sin, death, and the grave have all been stripped of their sting.
It is finished was the last word on the cross.
The redemption of creation was final. All the enemies, which separated man from his God where defeated at the foot of the cross.
Christ took upon himself the full and complete rejection of Himself? So his creatures could be with him.
Christ rejected himself? so that the man of his creation could be with him forever.
At the cross Christ took upon himself all of his creatures goods, sin, death, the law, hate, rejection, anger, pain, suffering, sickness, brokenness, then Christ gave his creatures all of his own possessions, love, joy, peace, freedom, health, kindness, goodness, self control, eternal life.
Everything that Christ possessed has now been given over to his creatures.
This was the great exchange on the cross of Calvary.
There is nothing left in all of creation, which is now able to separate his creatures from the love of God, which was revealed through Christ!