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Hebrews 11:1

Hebrews 11:1

The good news of salvation and life eternal is grace alone by faith alone in Christ alone. Whether old testament saints or new testament believers, the only way to access this free and eternal gift from the Father is to trust in His Word and believe in His Son.  The reformation verse that shattered corridors of Christendom was the just shall live by faith - the righteous man shall live by faith - the godly man, read more...

Hebrews 11:5

Hebrews 11:5

It is faith that pleases God, and the blood-sacrifice that was offered by Abel was accepted by the Lord, Who bore witness to his faith. Abel made the only offering that was acceptable to the Lord, for without the shedding of blood there is no remission of sins. And God commended Abel’s faith by accepting his gift. And although he died, the faith of this young man has become a great witness throughout the generations.

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Hebrews 11:6

Hebrews 11:6

So much within the epistles is mistakenly thought to be addressed to the unbeliever when it is, in fact, written to Christians. Hebrews is one such example of scripture that is written to give the maturing believers clear guidance on how to live a life, pleasing to God, during our time on earth.

The first step in pleasing God is to get saved, by believing in Christ's redeeming work, for only through His righteousness can we read more...

Hebrews 11:8

Hebrews 11:8

There are certain differences in the way that God deals with His servants in different dispensations, and the permanently indwelling holy Spirit is one unique difference in the church age. However, faith is the constant that unites all believers. The imputed righteousness of Christ is received only by faith – by believing the word of God - by trusting the Lord to carry out His promises, and by obeying His Word.

Abraham was read more...

Hebrews 11:39

Hebrews 11:39

In Hebrews 11 we gain a tiny glimpse into the life, expectations and endurance of men and women of faith in Old Testament times. The various trials and tribulations they faced are catalogued in breath-taking detail, but most of these heroes of the faith remain an unidentified "cloud of faithful witnesses." 

Problems and persecution, destitution and defeat became the food of faith, on which these unnamed champions fed. They read more...