Hebrews

January, February, March 2022

Want to learn more about Hebrews? Use these Bible Studies for personal devotion, group Bible studies, or teaching a church class. Below are links to the lessons in this 3-part series.

Lesson 1: The Letter to the Hebrews and to Us (Hebrews 1, 2, 3, 10 & 11)
Have you ever had an event or a song that just made you feel like shouting praises to God? I recall that feeling when I was in college and I was singing in Pioneer Memorial Church. The organ and the voices swept me up into this wonderful praise to God. More recently, the same is true for the chapel praise services at Regent University. The music draws me into this joy of praising God. And then I return to the real world. Today’s study of Hebrews is a lot like that. It starts with praise and then turns to the serious matter of living while still holding onto the hope that inspires our praise. Let’s dive into our new study in Hebrews and learn more!

Lesson 2: The Message of Hebrews (Hebrews 1, 2, 5 & 8)
Do you have a best friend? Someone who is clearly closer to you than anyone else? The book of Hebrews makes the argument that Jesus is that part of the Godhead who has the closest relationship with humans. He created our universe. He became one of us. He redeemed us. One of His current occupations is pleading on our behalf against the condemnation of our sins. He truly identifies with us. Let’s plunge into our study of Hebrews to see what it has to say about Jesus and us!

Lesson 3: The Promised Son (Hebrews 1, Matthew 21)
What does the beginning of Hebrews teach us about Jesus? Two weeks ago we studied that the introduction to Hebrews started with praising Jesus. Last week we looked at how the first two chapters of Hebrews described the various aspects of Jesus’ work. This week we look at the way the beginning of Hebrews describes the nature of Jesus. We cannot learn too much about Jesus, so let’s dive in!

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