Letter to the Hebrews. Purpose of this book.
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The people remembered how in the times of Moses there was the tabernacle in the wilderness and during those forty years, though they were landless and wanderers, every need of life was met and they lived in safety and freedom. They always dreamt of such days would repeat when Messiah comes. They confessed Moses as leader and provider, not God. So they missed Jesus the Messiah when He came. They lived in the glory of the past not in the hope of the future.
God is my creator- Gardener- He has the control
Vs4 signs and wonders unseen
Vs9Jesus tasted death
Vs8 all things under man
Vs12.He partook suffering
Vs15. fear of death
Vs16 He came to aid
Vs17. He became like us
Vs.18Who are tempted
Vs5 the world to come
Vs9 Jesus crowned
Vs10.to bring many sons
Vs11. He sanctifies
Vs12 destroy death/devil
Vs15 fear of death gone
Vs16. seed of Abraham
Vs17merciful high priest
Vs18 He is able to help
July 5, 2005 Hebrews Ch2Building up faith- from known to unknown
9,10 tested in wilderness unseen
Harden your hearts
11. Not entered rest
12. Depart from living God
13. Exhort one another
16. Rebelled though came. Egypt
18 Did not obey by unbelief
1.partakers of calling
2.Jesus appointed by God
3.More than Moses
6.Was of house hold
10.Hear his voice
13deceitfulness of sin
14Partakers of christ in faith
July 5, 2005Hebrews Ch3Lessons from History- unknown to known
Slave to prince yes yes
Fought for freedom yes yes
Betrayed by own yes yes
Vision in the desert yes yes
Challenged enemy Pharaoh devil
Did miracles By God Himself
Fed the people manna bread
Built the tabernacle yes eternal church
Established worship Yes universal
Honored in death yes Glorified
Pleaded for the people yes Humanity
Testifies thru law Himself
presence and wait for commands
continually plead on behalf of the people.
Why it starts with Abel and not Adam?
More than ten verses are devoted o Abraham- Did he receive what was promised?
Ten verses are devoted to people who followed in history for 1000 years.
Did they all succeed or failed and died?
Does faith necessarily end in success ?
Why was this chapter written?
What was the people’s hope when they left Jerusalem?
What did they see in Rome happening to the Christians?
What would be our faith if such things happen in our lives?
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Entertain strangers vs1
Honour marriage vs 4
Be concerned about prisoners vs 3
Be not covetous vs 4
Obey your teachers vs 7, 17
Do not be confused with many doctrines vs 9
Endure shame and persecution vs 13
Be prepared to go outside the city
Offer sacrifices of praise vs 15
Share with others and Keep fellowship vs 16
Pray for leaders and Be part of the church vs 18