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The Book of Hebrews begins with the ringing declaration that we now have not just the message of the Gospel declared in diverse and fragmentary ways, but the Person that the Gospel message tells us about.
A brief summary of the passage outlineing how the Lord Jesus Christ is greater then the angels. The message touches upon the doctrine of the Trinity.
Sonny expresses a timely reminder of where our focus should be as we head into the new year. Will you bring your focus towards Jesus more in 2013?
In the final chapter (part) in the Building Relationship Series, Pastor Rudy Bropleh references Micah 5:2-5, Isaiah 8:6-7, Matthew 28:20, Hebrews 13:5, and Romans 8:28 to emphasize the quality of relationships in your life directly affect the quality of your life and God is the Mainstay of Relationships. When God is the anchor, you need to have 1) Security; 2) Stability; 3) Productivity; and 4) Longevity in your life to build and keep successful relationships.
The key to holding fast and drawing near when we are tempted to give up and draw back is to possess a clear understanding of Jesus as our great high priest. In Hebrews 4:14-16, the author gives us a clear picture of Jesus and His high priesthood. Specifically, he gives us three reasons why Jesus is our great high priest who is able to help us hold fast to our confession and to draw near to Him with confidence. We will come to see how these three reasons offer hope and help for us in our present difficulties, which fight against our perseverance and kill our confidence in the Son of God.
Are you doing your part for Christ's Kingdom, or are you content to sit back and let "the church" do it for you? It's time to get up and Go!
Are you growing in your spiritual walk, or are you still living off spiritual milk? Maybe it's time to grow up.
Are you trying to make it on your own? Do you feel alone in your struggles? Don't forsake gathering together with believers, but join with them to encourage one another!
What do you measure yourself by? Are you listening to the advice of an honest friend, or is your world view being distorted by something else?