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In today’s passage, we focus on the often forgotten and under-appreciated Third Person of the Trinity — the Holy Spirit. He is no less God and no less important than the Father and the Son… He is as Jesus calls Him, The Helper.
As we think about great men, let’s not lose sight of how Jesus is that much greater in what He’s done and who He is.
The Hebrews writer wants us to know that this Son, Jesus is on a mission to restore his Father’s family that’s been separated since the days of Eden.
In Jesus, we don’t just get a representation of God, but we see the “exact imprint of his nature” in human form. Why would we need to pay more attention to this “great salvation” in Jesus than in the law?
In our world today, trends, fads, and ideals change quicker than someone can even keep track of. Yet, through all these centuries, one thing never changes.
One of the main themes of the letter to the Hebrews provides explanations for why Jesus is worth worshipping as God.
One of the greatest truths that we learn from the Bible is that God is always faithful. Throughout Scripture, we see the Lord making covenants with his people.
We are sinners and we are in need of a Savior. But if this statement is purely the end goal, then we are saying personal salvation is all that matters. However, personal salvation is not the end goal.
Think about a recent moment you were serving someone. Why did you serve that person? Why did you give your time, resources, or effort?
Seeing the best in someone is not easy, but it is encouraging.