Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Hands of the Living God

Do you think of God as a heavenly grandfather figure? Hebrews 10:26-31 shows you the danger of that way of thinking. Do not fall into the hands of the living God. Do not persist in sin. This is a deliberate, … Continue reading

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Hold onto the Hope You Profess

  “Hold on tight!” can be a crucially important instruction, particularly if you are struggling in the water and someone throws you a rope. Even more important is the command in Hebrews 10:19-25 to hold on, to hold unswervingly to … Continue reading

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Your Enthroned High Priest

When do you sit and when do you stand? Does standing still indicate respect? We seem to be past the time when sitting down means your work for the day has ended. But Hebrews 10:5-18 shows you how important it … Continue reading

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What Do You Remember?

A retentive memory is a good thing—at least sometimes. Are there memories you wish you could blot out? Hebrews 10:1-4 tells you that the sacrifices of the Old Testament, which God had commanded, served as reminders of sin—sin for which … Continue reading

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The Once-for-All Sacrifice

One of the things that makes a mother’s job challenging is the repetition involved. Hebrews 9:15-28 points you to the repetitiveness of the work of Israel’s high priests in the tabernacle—and contrasts it with the once-for-all character of Christ’s work … Continue reading

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