Monthly Archives: January 2015

Pay Attention!

That’s what orange signs along the highway do—they warn you to pay attention. The first explicit warning in the Book of Hebrews is in 2:1-3. The book reminds you that in the Old Testament, disobedience was punished. The author mentions … Continue reading

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Better than Angels!

American Christians like to read about angels, as the present flurry of news concerning Alex Malarkey’s retraction of The Boy Who Came Back from Heaven indicates. The Bible is a much more reliable place to learn about angels, though even … Continue reading

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The Magnificence of the Son

Hebrews 1:3-4 points you to the greatness of Christ by focusing on his name. Christ has inherited a superior name. Christ is Son from all eternity. The superior name Christ inherits is “Son.” Christ is eternally Son. Although v. 4 refers … Continue reading

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God Has Spoken. Are You Listening?

Because you are made in the image of God, communication is crucial. Hebrews begins (1:1-2) by telling you of the Christ who is the One in whom God has spoken. God spoke in the prophets. God used to reveal himself … Continue reading

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A Word of Exhortation

When you begin to read a document, you want to find out what kind of document it is. You sort mail. What kind of writing is Hebrews? In order to appreciate that Hebrews is God’s Word to you, look at … Continue reading

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