Hebrews 13:3-16

In this final chapter of Hebrews, we are reminded to walk in love; toward fellow believers, toward those persecuted and in prison, toward our spouse and family, and toward our spiritual leaders, so that we not be carried away by various winds of doctrine or opinion.

Hebrews 12:25-13:8

Often we pay more attention to those who speak from the earth, than we do to God. Let's be sure to listen to Him who spoke from Heaven, and worship Him with reverence and awe.

Hebrews 12:15-24

The main theme of the book is repeated often; Jesus is "better." We are not to look to ritual, not to good works, not to any one human leader, but look unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith.

Hebrews 12:9-15

A chapter that explores why good people suffer. It seems to be the lot of those who are being prepared for eternal life in Heaven… and yet God only disciplines those he loves.

Hebrews 12:3-8

Having believed on Christ, let us run with perseverance, and develop endurance, like an Olympic runner, laying aside everything that hinders us.

Hebrews 12:1-2

The writer of Hebrews spurs us on to greater and braver faith, in the light of those who have already run the race and fought the good fight of faith.

Hebrews 11:35-40

Though some of the famous names in the Bible won victories, saw miracles, and had dead raised to life... others suffered exile, prison and torture. Faith in God has many faces and it sometimes includes suffering.

Hebrews 11:31-34

Faith doesn't look the same in everyone. We see how faith played out in the case of Rahab the harlot, as well as Gideon, Barak, Samson, Jephthah and others… and in each case, faith in God was evident.

Hebrews 11:20-30

In the chapter known as the "Hall of Faith," we take a look at the faith story of Abraham's son Isaac, and how he transferred his faith down through to his grandson Jacob.

Hebrews 11:8-19

Abraham was known for great faith simply because he believed God's promises. He sojourned in a strange land at God's direction, and was prepared to offer up even his Son Isaac believing God was able to raise him from the dead.

Hebrews 11:5-7

Chapter 11, often called "The Hall of Faith," looks at some of the pre-flood personages; Methuselah the oldest man; Enoch, who was "translated" because he "pleased God;" and Noah who built the ark.

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