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The Lord's Deity And Humanity (Part 1)

The letter to the Hebrews was evidently written to disciples in one or more of the early churches of God, disciples who had been brought up in the Jewish religion until the gospel reached and changed them. In the days ...


The Lord's Deity And Humanity (Part 2)

It was said in Israel that "when Ephraim spake there was trembling". So mighty was Ephraim that when it made a tribal pronouncement the other tribes trembled. But the speakings of Ephraim were basically of no consequence and vapourized as ...


God's House And God's Rest (Heb. 3:1-4:13)

The early chapters of Hebrews, from which we have been drawing monthly lessons, have brought before us the surpassing glory and greatness of the Son in various aspects. The truths presented to us in chapters 3 and 4 are also ...


High Priest After The Order Of Melchizedek(heb. 4:l4-5:ll And 6:13-7:28)

The people of God are blessed beyond measure in having a great High Priest who has passed through the heavens, Jesus the Son of God. Throughout their earthly experience the saints of God are beset by temptation and difficulty and ...


The Typical Teaching Of The Aaronic Priesthood

Although the Lord Jesus is named a priest after the order of Melchizedek, His present ministry on behalf of the people together for God is presented in the Hebrews epistle as similar in certain respects to that of Aaron. The ...


Falling Away

Early in his letter the writer to the Hebrews draws attention to the seriousness of the believer's departure from God: ~ we ought to give the more earnest heed to the things that were heard, lest haply we drift away" ...


"The Way Of The Holies"

Discriminating expositors of the epistle to the Hebrews have commented on its distinctive character and style. In particular, they have pointed out that it differs in emphasis and scope from the great treatise on the gospel in Paul's epistle to ...


Faith's Vision Of The Unseen (Chapter 11)

Faith - Necessity The Lord Jesus Christ, in saying to the disciples "Blessed are the eyes which see the things that ye see", was not referring to physical objects perceived by natural sight but to what was the subject of ...


"Run With Patience"

"Therefore let us also, seeing we are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses, lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run with patience the race that is set ...


Mount Zion And The Heavenly Jerusalem

The letter to the Hebrews informed the recipients about the superiority of the Lord Jesus Christ and His work on their behalf. This superiority is distinguished by comparing and contrasting the benefits of Old and New Covenants. Interspersed however are ...


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