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“Hard of Hearing”. Hebrews 3.12-15. Refusing to hear Refusing to believe God is a serious sin because it shows an evil heart . (v.12) Unbelief is not an inability to understand , but an unwillingness to trust. Unbelief isn’t weakness of faith; it sets itself in opposition to faith.

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“Hard of Hearing”

Hebrews 3.12-15

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Refusing to hear

      • Refusing to believe God is a serious sin because it shows an evil heart. (v.12)
      • Unbelief is not an inability to understand, but an unwillingness to trust.
      • Unbelief isn’t weakness of faith; it sets itself in opposition to faith.

Matthew 13.58

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Did you hear?

      • If we will strengthen our faith and avoid the ruin of unbelief, we must be around other believers who will encourage. (v13)
      • How seriously do we take our responsibility to encourage someone?
      • If you are out of fellowship altogether, how can you exhort (encourage)?
      • The sin of unbelief has its roots in deceit; and unbelief hardens us.
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Philippians 1.6 “…He who has begun a good work in you will complete it…”

  • Hard to hear
      • God uses warnings and appeals to our will as His appointed means to build endurance in us.
      • We harden our own hearts in response to what may be done to us.
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Deuteronomy 15.7

  • 4. Hearing all the way through
      • It isn’t enough to make a good beginning, real belief perseveres to the end. (v14)
      • How we finish is even more important than how we start.