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As we near the end of Hebrews, we come to the final warning passage in the book in this text.

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Hebrews 12:18-29

Hebrews 9-13 (WBC)William Lane

Hebrews: Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary, Thomas Schreiner

Hebrews, John Owen

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This week continues our study of Hebrews 11 from last week, bringing the examples of faith to the incredible conclusion that God has prepared something better for us. How much more, then, should we walk by faith, not by sight.

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Hebrews 11:17-40

Hebrews 9-13 (WBC)William Lane

Hebrews: Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary, Thomas Schreiner

Hebrews, John Owen

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Many today speak positively of faith, but what is faith? And what does it look like to live by faith? This passage shows us by beginning the author’s list of examples of those who lived by faith.

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Hebrews 11:1-16

Hebrews 9-13 (WBC)William Lane

Hebrews: Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary, Thomas Schreiner

Hebrews, John Owen

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There are some things worth holding on to, and our confidence in Christ is certainly one of them.

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Hebrews 10:26-39

Hebrews 9-13 (WBC)William Lane

Hebrews: Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary, Thomas Schreiner

Hebrews, John Owen

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Hebrews is packed with glorious truth about what God has done for us in Christ, but what does he want us to do in response? This passage begins to answer that question more explicitly.

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Hebrews 10:1-25

Hebrews 9-13 (WBC)William Lane

Hebrews: Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary, Thomas Schreiner

Hebrews, John Owen

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When you look ahead to the future, what do you see? In this passage, we see that for those who are in Christ, an eternal inheritance awaits them that Christ’s death secured.

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Hebrews 9:15-28

Hebrews 9-13 (WBC)William Lane

Hebrews: Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary, Thomas Schreiner

Hebrews, John Owen

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When we sin, our conscience is defiled, and that typically makes us want to hide from God rather than drawing near to him in worship. But in this passage we see that Jesus both makes a way for us to enter God’s presence and cleanses our conscience so that we are no longer afraid to do so.

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Hebrews 9

Hebrews 9-13 (WBC)William Lane

Hebrews: Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary, Thomas Schreiner

Hebrews, John Owen

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To swap the better for the lesser is always foolish, and Christians have a better priest than any other priest.

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Hebrews 8

Hebrews 1-8 (WBC)William Lane

Hebrews: Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary, Thomas Schreiner

Hebrews, John Owen

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Hebrews has told us that Jesus Christ is a priest after the order of Melchizedek, but who is this Melchizedek? In this passage we learn who he is, and especially how he points us to the superiority of Christ above all other priests.

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Hebrews 7

There are things with which we are willing to part ways in this life, but then there are other things to which we hold on. In this passage, we see a call to hold on the hope set before us.

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Hebrews 6:13-20

Hebrews: Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary, Thomas Schreiner

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We expect infants to be immature, but it’s weird when an adult is. In this passage we see the call to maturity, and not only the weirdness, but the danger, of remaining in immaturity.

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Hebrews 5:11-6:12

Hebrews 1-8 (WBC)William Lane

Hebrews: Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary, Thomas Schreiner

Hebrews, John Owen

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We often appoint others to act on our behalf when we know we need help. In this passage, we see we need help in relation to God, and God has appointed Jesus as the eternal high priest to help us in relation to Him.

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Hebrews 5:1-10

Hebrews 1-8 (WBC)William Lane

Hebrews: Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary, Thomas Schreiner

Hebrews, John Owen

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Because we have a great high priest, we have confidence to approach the throne of God.

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Hebrews 4:14-16

Hebrews 1-8 (WBC)William Lane

Hebrews: Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary, Thomas Schreiner

Hebrews, John Owen

We typically view fear of failure as a bad thing, but there is a healthy version of it held out to us in this passage: Let a fear of failing to enter God’s rest work in you a striving to enter God’s rest.

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Hebrews 4:1-13

Hebrews 1-8 (WBC)William Lane

Hebrews: Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary, Thomas Schreiner

Hebrews, John Owen

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Our minds are constantly active, but what is worthy of our thoughts? Jesus himself is, and we must consider him if we are to make it from grace to glory.

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Hebrews 3:1-6

Hebrews 1-8 (WBC)William Lane

Hebrews: Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary, Thomas Schreiner

Commentary on the Letter to the Hebrews, Cyril of Alexandria

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We talk a lot about maximizing our potential, but what is our potential as humans? In this passage we see that we were created for a kind of glory, and Jesus is the way to it.

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Hebrews 2:5-18

Hebrews 1-8 (WBC)William Lane

Hebrews: Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary, Thomas Schreiner

Commentary on the Letter to the Hebrews, Cyril of Alexandria

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We hear a lot of messages, many of which are not worthy of our close attention. But what message is worthy of such close attention? The message of salvation declared by Jesus.

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Hebrews 1:5-2:4

Hebrews 1-8 (WBC)William Lane

Hebrews: Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary, Thomas Schreiner

Hebrews, John Owen

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Throughout history, God has spoken at many times and in many ways, and many others have as well. But in this passage, we learn there is one ultimate word of God, and God has now spoken it.

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Hebrews 1:1-4

Hebrews 1-8 (WBC)William Lane

Hebrews: Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary, Thomas Schreiner

Hebrews, John Owen

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