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Hebrews 10:5

Hebrews 10:5

The eternal Son of God was sent from His heavenly home into a fallen world, by God the Father - to be born as the perfect Son of Man. Though Mary was a virgin, chosen of God to be the mother of His only begotten Son, she was nonetheless a sinner and equally in need of a Saviour - as is every member of fallen humanity.

And so, we read that when Christ came into the read more...

Hebrews 10:10

Hebrews 10:10

Everyone who has trusted Christ as Saviour has been set apart by God through what He did on the cross of Calvary. Every church-age believer has been cleansed of their sins, clothed in the righteousness of Christ and consecrated to God, because Jesus became our substitutionary sacrifice for sin and breathed into us His own perfect, abundant and eternal life. Every Christian is sanctified by God. Saved, by grace through faith in our Saviour, Jesus Christ.

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Hebrews 10:14

Hebrews 10:14

What a contrast Christ's one offering of Himself on the cross was to the ongoing, perpetual, daily sacrifices that the Old Testament priests were required to carry out day by day.. in order to cover the sins of Israel - for by the one offering of Himself has the Lord Jesus Christ perfected for all time - all those who have trusted in the blood of the Lamb for the forgiveness of sins.. and the read more...

Hebrews 10:16

Hebrews 10:16

The writer to the Hebrews makes a direct reference back to the prophecy of Jeremiah 31:31, which God made with Israel. God promised, that despite their apostasy and even though they broke the covenant they made on Mount Sinai, He would make a new covenant with His people: Behold, days are coming,' declares the LORD, 'when I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and with the house of Judah.. not like the covenant which I made with their read more...

Hebrews 10:17

Hebrews 10:17

It was the Holy Spirit Who caused the prophet Jeremiah to write of the New Covenant, which God promised to make with Israel, His chosen, and earthly people. And it is the Holy Spirit Who also caused the writer to the Hebrews to reiterate that same, precious promise to Israel, and to build upon its truth, when he wrote: and the Holy Spirit also testifies:- “this is the covenant that I will make with them after those days. I will put My laws in their hearts, read more...

Hebrews 10:19

Hebrews 10:19

The Law was given to Moses for the people of Israel and part of that Law pertained to the Aaronic priesthood. There were laws that dealt with the sacrifices and the way they had to be offered. There were laws that covered those who could become part of the priesthood and laws that were connected with the duties that each member had to undertake.

There were rituals about washing and cleansing.. standards connected with clean read more...

Hebrews 10:20

Hebrews 10:20

From the sixth hour there was darkness over all the land until the ninth hour and about the ninth hour… Jesus yielded up His spirit and behold, the curtain of the temple was torn in two, from top to bottom and the earth shook, and the rocks were split. What a dramatic scene. Dark blackness covered the earth as our Saviour, was cursed of God and became sin for us - and the brimming bowl of the wrath of God was poured out over Christ - for your sake and read more...

Hebrews 10:22

Hebrews 10:22

Praise the Lord that it is by the merit of Christ’s shed blood that we can draw near to God and call Him, Abba, Father. And in this verse we are invited to come close to Him, to draw near to the Father in full assurance that the price that Christ paid for our sin at Calvary.. is paid in full and fully sufficient – amen!

It is with a heart of humility, a spirit of purity, an unblemished conscience and in full assurance of faith in Christ.. that we read more...

Hebrews 10:24

Hebrews 10:24

As believers we are given many instructions and encouragements on how to live godly in Christ Jesus. We are to draw near to the Lord, with a true and undivided heart. It must be a broken and a contrite heart, that has an unshakable, confident assurance of our faith, which is anchored to the faithful promises of an unchanging God.

We are to seize hold the many precious promises that relate to our salvation by grace through faith read more...

Hebrews 10:25

Hebrews 10:25

Fellowship in the life of a believer should be both vertical and horizontal. The importance of taking time to commune in private with our heavenly Father cannot be sufficiently emphasised.. but also our horizontal fellowship with our brothers and sisters in Christ, is also of vital importance, and should not be ignored or dismissed.

We are in the world but we are not of the world. However we are surrounded on every side by the read more...

Hebrews 10:35

Hebrews 10:35

The book of Hebrews is not for unbelievers, but for those that are maturing in the Christian faith.. and it has been beloved by countless generations of believers. It contains a wealth of spiritual truths, to help us in our spiritual growth, but we must never forget that it was originally written to early Jewish Christians, who had to come to terms with the fact that 'in Christ'.. we are no longer under law but under grace.

As a read more...

Hebrews 10:37

Hebrews 10:37

Following a series of sober warnings and solemn admonition against legalistic practices, which distort the gospel of grace.. the writer to the Hebrews ends this section with an encouraging exhortation for all believers to stand fast in the evil day, to patiently endure and to carry out the will of God - in order to receive our promised reward, at the Bema seat of Christ.

Believers are encouraged to stand fast and not to lose hope read more...

Hebrews 10:39

Hebrews 10:39

Throughout the book of Hebrews faith in the word of God and the superiority of Christ have been the author's focal point, together with a series of warnings against unfaithfulness, immaturity, falling short of God's perfect plan.. or making the same mistakes that Israel made, throughout their chequered history - i.e. unbelief.

Although it was difficult for Jewish believers to break from centuries of tradition, the message of read more...