Preparing for Sunday

Read Hebrews 9

In Hebrews 9, you will notice greater details of the Old Testament shadows that we briefly mentioned from our time in Hebrews 8. This week we will focus on Hebrews 9:12 – He (Jesus) entered once for all into the holy places…by means of His own blood, thus securing an eternal redemptio…

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As we are walking through Hebrews, it is important to remember the immediate audience of this book – the Hebrews. They were commonly known as Jews or Israelites, and the recipients of the Letter to the Hebrews were written predominately to Hebrews who have converted to Christ and others curious abou…

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Last Sunday, we saw in Scripture that the holiness of God’s people rests in the sovereignty of God. Hebrews 6:1-3 explains that we need to go on to maturity and this we will do if God permits.

This Sunday we will see that the hope of God’s people rests in the promise of our faithful God. Let us reme…

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By chapter 5 of Hebrews, the author of this letter has warned his initial audience (and us) of many looming dangers. Whether drifting away from the truth (2:1) or the sin of unbelief (3:12), the author of Hebrews has continually directed our attention back to the Person and work of Jesus Christ.

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One of the main themes throughout the book of Hebrews is that Jesus is greater and all that is of Him is better.

Jesus is greater than the angels. Jesus is greater than Moses. Jesus is greater than any earthly high priest.

Jesus introduces a better hope. Jesus is the guarantor of a better covenant…

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