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Hebrews 2:1

Hebrews 2:1

Words of exhortation or warnings are frequently given to Christians, as are the consequences of ignoring such words of caution. We are exhorted to walk worthy of our calling; to contend earnestly for the faith; to abstain from earthy lusts which war against the soul and to encourage one another while it is still called “today'; lest any of us are hardened through the deceitfulness of sin.

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Hebrews 2:2

Hebrews 2:2

Christ's position of importance and authority is supreme. He is infinitely more significant than the angelic host, for He sits at the right hand of the Majesty on high and all the angels of God worship Him. Christ Jesus is the eternal Son of God and omnipotent Creator of the universe. He is judge of the whole world and the Firstborn from the dead - and His throne is established in heaven forever and ever.

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Hebrews 2:4

Hebrews 2:4

God Himself bore audible witness to the truth of Christ's Messianic role, as did our Lord's own life and ministry.. so that we might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that believing.. we might have life in His name. Christ's own disciples also bore testimony to the truth of His word - which was further validated at Pentecost when the hearts of many men were pierced with the shocking truth - that the One Whom they crucified was both read more...

Hebrews 2:6

Hebrews 2:6

It was king David in Psalm 8 that testified: What is man, that You are mindful of him? and the son of man, that You should care for him? - and I am sure that both as a young shepherd boy and Israel's greatest king the psalmist often looked into the starry heavens and meditated on the astonishing reality that God created man in His own image and likeness - that God entrusted the dominion of the whole earth into the hands of man.

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Hebrews 2:7

Hebrews 2:7

Written with the Hebrew Christians of the early church in mind.. who were reverting back to Judaism, this epistle to the Hebrews is equally relevant to believers today, as it hammers home the uniqueness of Christ; the supremacy of Christ; the deity of Christ and the humanity of Christ.

Multiple quotes from the Old Testament remind us that He is greater than Abraham; greater than Aaron; greater than Moses and greater than the read more...

Hebrews 2:8

Hebrews 2:8

Man was commissioned to be God's representative on earth and to carry out His plan to fill the earth and subdue it. But Adam sinned, placing himself and the whole human race in bondage to sin and enslaved by Satan. Before God's plan for the earth could be completed.. fallen man had to be redeemed through the sacrificial death and life-giving resurrection of His only begotten Son. And so it was through Jesus Christ.. the eternal Son and perfect Man that God spoke read more...

Hebrews 2:9

Hebrews 2:9

The deity of Christ, the uniqueness of Christ, the humanity of Christ and the supremacy of Christ are all important issues in this epistle to the Hebrews. Christ is the eternal God Who chose to come to earth and be clothed in human flesh, living His life just like we live - and yet He was not born with a sin nature as we are, for He was conceived of the Holy Ghost - and Christ lived a perfect life during His 33 years sojourn on earth.

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Hebrews 2:10

Hebrews 2:10

The cruel suffering and humiliation that accompanied Christ’s cruel death at Calvary was designed to bring to completion God’s fore-ordained, redemption plan, which purposed to bring many condemned sinners back into a right relationship with God, by faith, and adopt them into His family, as His children.

The death of His only begotten Son was acceptable to the Father and it demonstrates His divine wisdom, for it fulfils the righteous read more...

Hebrews 2:11

Hebrews 2:11

The second Member of the Trinity is the eternal Son of God, Who was born into the human race as Jesus - the perfect Man, Who alone had the authority and the credentials to become the only acceptable sacrifice for the sin of the whole world. Jesus is the God-Man, Who by God's grace.. tasted death for every member of the human race, so that by faith in His sacrificial death for the forgiveness of sin.. and His glorious resurrection for life everlasting, we might be read more...

Hebrews 2:12

Hebrews 2:12

Hebrews is a book that clearly lays out the deity and supremacy of Jesus Christ, the eternal Son of God. He is greater that any man and greater than all angels, because He is the exact image of the eternal, invisible God.

The Lord Jesus is God in the flesh, Who was sent by the Father to save us from our sins.. and throughout Hebrews there are passages that lay out clearly and thoroughly Christ's credentials as God's appointed read more...

Hebrews 2:13

Hebrews 2:13

There is a beautiful and intimate unity between the Father and the Son, and in the same way there is to be a deep and cherished closeness, between the unique, Son of God.. and the many sons that He brings to glory.

How important therefore, to give the most earnest heed to all the things that we have been taught in holy Scripture.. through the power of the indwelling Spirit - lest at any time we let them slip.

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Hebrews 2:14

Hebrews 2:14

The significance and potency of the truth contained in this verse cannot be over-emphasised. God, in the Person of the eternal Son, became a man.. sharing in our mortal, human make-up of flesh and blood, without which the redemption of mankind would have been utterly impossible - without which all humanity would have remained dead in their sins and powerless to overcome death.

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Hebrews 2:15

Hebrews 2:15

Never should we forget Who Jesus is and what He has done for us. The book of Hebrews is an epistle that helps to remind us that Jesus is the incarnate God, Who had no option but to be born into the human race and become a man, in order to redeem humanity.

He humbled Himself by being born.. into the fallen race of Man, which He, Himself, had created. He chose to do this to redeem us - through faith in His shed blood and glorious read more...

Hebrews 2:16

Hebrews 2:16

The only part of God's creation, that was made in His own image and likeness, was the race of man. But when humanity fell, due to sin, Christ had to come to earth as a human being, so that He might taste death for every man.

The wages of sin is death, but the Son of God set aside His heavenly glory, in order to clothe Himself with human flesh, and take upon Himself, the punishment that we deserve, so that by faith read more...

Hebrews 2:17

Hebrews 2:17

In God's divine plan His eternal Son was to become a full member of the human race, for only a perfect and sinless man could act as intermediary between an offended God Who is angered by sin and sinful humanity - which results in man being eternally separated from a holy God - and it is all a result of SIN.

No member of humanities fallen race could ever approach a righteous God for all are born in sin. All are sinners from the read more...

Hebrews 2:18

Hebrews 2:18

After 4000 years, God finally spoke to us through His Son, the Word made flesh.. Who by the sacrifice of Himself brought many sons to glory. But why did God-the-Son have to take upon Himself a human body, in order to save us? Why did the eternal Son of God have to clothe Himself in human flesh, in order to become the Saviour of the world?

Well, the incarnate Christ took a human body upon Himself for a number of different read more...