In showing the great faithfulness of Moses, the author of Hebrews points us to one greater than him - Jesus Christ.
In their sin men can refuse to believe in Jesus even when it is plain to them; and yet if they finally relent, they will be saved.
Mankind was created to rule and reign for God, yet through our sin, we have become slaves of death and the devil. This passage teaches that Christ, who is greater…
In their sin men can refuse to believe in Jesus even when it is plain to them; and yet if they finally relent, they will be saved.
Jesus is the ultimate King bringing God's mercy and justice into the world.
Pay close attention to the message you heard about Jesus, for neglecting its truth will certainly escort you to judgment.
In this text the author says that Jesus is superior to angels. Our text is part of a lesser to greater argument that runs Hebrews 1:5-2:18.  The argument's thrust is…
Men who refuse Jesus as King receive terrible judgment, but those who hear His merciful call receive eternal rest.
While God had previously spoken in many times and many ways, He definitively revealed Himself through His Son.  This text lists at least 10 reasons why the Son is worthy…
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