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Hebrews 8:1-13

Here in chapter 8 the writer describes "the main point", i.e. the fact that Jesus is the only High Priest who has gone into the true holy of holies. This has made Him the Minister and Mediator of a better covenant, which has been established on better promises. This includes the privilege of knowing God personally.

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Hebrews 7:11-28

In chapter 7 the writer begins to explain the establishing of Jesus as our High Priest. His similarity to King Melchizedek is further explained as permanent, because it is established by an oath from God. We no longer need the Aaronic priesthood because Jesus made the perfect sacrifice when He gave up His life. The Resurrection guarantees our "better hope" based on a "better covenant" whereby we may approach God. He lives forever, unlike the former priests.

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Just Speak The Word

Discover walking by faith has more to do with your mouth than your feet. Discover the source of words and the answer to your problems is in your mouth.

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Hebrews 6:13-7:10

The verses preceding what we will look at today was the writer accusing the Hebrews of immaturity. However, he did want to ensure the readers were not exasperated, but instead had an assurance of salvation. So as chapter 6 finishes out, we see many powerful reasons to have the full assurance of hope to the very end. And as we begin chapter 7, we see that Melchizedek was greater than Abraham, and by extension the Levitical Priesthood. And since Jesus is our High Priest forever through the order of Melchizedek, we have even more reason to assured of our hope until the end.

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Hebrews 5:11-6:12

The writer of this letter encourages us to build upon the foundation and grow in maturity, warning us about apostasy. This section finishes with assurance that God won't forget our labor of love and that "through faith and patience" we inherit the promises.

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Hills & Valleys

Sometimes in life we will experience hills and valleys. God is with us in both.

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Hebrews 4:14-5:10

The Levitical priesthood had certain requirements for those who were to be high priest. They had to be like the people they represent so they could sympathize what they were going through. They also had to be chosen by God. Today we see that Jesus fulfills the requirements to be high priest, doing so in greater way than the line of priests from Aaron on.

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Will the Son of Man Find Faith on the Earth?

We are living in Faith testing times and Pastor Danny Thornton will be bringing a message how God made a way for us to receive the GodStrength we need for today and for the future. It takes a hearing ear and courage to put feet to our faith to live a vibrant Christian Life.

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Hebrews 4:1-13

In chapter 3, the author quotes from Psalm 95 as he begins to discuss God’s rest. We saw the Israelites did not enter God’s rest as a result of their unbelief. But, in chapter 4 we see that God’s rest is still available today for those who believe.

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Hebrews 3:1-19

In Chapter 3 the author shows Jesus as superior to Moses and proceeds to warn us against "an evil heart of unbelief." We are to hold onto our confidence in Jesus.

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Hebrews 2:1-18

The Author of Hebrews continues illustrating that Jesus is superior to Angels, even though for a little while, He was made lower than Angels in order to be perfected as the founder of our salvation. And as a result, He is a faithful and merciful High Priest who can identify with our weaknesses.

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Hebrews 1:1-14

The book of Hebrews has a lot of unknowns. Modern scholars are undecided on who wrote it, who it was written to, or even what caused the author to write it. However, what is known is the content is remarkable and of great benefit to believers today. In this first chapter, the author makes clear the supremacy of Christ.

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