[sydneyanglicans.net] 22 Jul 2008--Jesus had endured the suffering for sin to the uttermost. He had learned what it meant to be obedient to his Father in a sinful world. He had been made perfect or complete as the sacrifice for our sins.
As he died and the curtain in the temple was ripped in two, the way to heaven was opened up. For the sin of the whole world was paid for, in that one death.
This was the “one full perfect and sufficient sacrifice oblation and satisfaction for the sins of the whole world”.
It was never repeated - for it could never be repeated. It was never repeated - for it never needed repeating.
Jesus sacrificial death was sufficient for all sin for all time.