Hebrews – Msg #19 “Confidence from Edification – the Building of the House”

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I. Introduction

A. Teaching on Hebrews

B. Outlines available on the website

II. The Davidic Covenant and the House of God (2 Sam 7:12-13)

A. Christ as builder of the house of God (Heb 3:3-6)

B. Building of God and man together (John 14:1-23)

C. The Word of abode (John 14:2-3)

  1. Many mansions (abiding places) in my Father’s house
  2. Preparation of a place for believers
  3. Believers in God and God in believers

III. Warning Against Neglecting Salvation (Heb 2:1-4)

A. Importance of giving heed to the things heard (Heb 2:1)

B. Consequences of neglect (Heb 2:2-4)

  1. Drifting away from salvation
  2. Punishment and judgment
  3. Greater salvation at risk

IV. Confidence through Edification (Heb 3:12-14)

A. Call to hold fast to confidence and rejoicing (Heb 3:14)

B. Building up the body of Christ (Eph 4:11-16)

C. Ministry produces confidence towards God and saints (2 Cor 3:4-6)

V. Conclusion

A. Importance of following outlines and scripture references

B. Warning to not lose sight of Christ and salvation.

Topic studies to puruse (based on keywords)

  1. Davidic Covenant
  2. Spiritual building
  3. Indwelling of God
  4. Word study on: “abode” and “abide”
  5. Word Study on: Edification
  6. New testament ministry

Test Your Understanding:

  1. What is the Davidic Covenant and how does it relate to Christ building the house of God?
  2. What is the Word of abode and how does it relate to the building of God and man together?
  3. What is the warning in Hebrews and why is it important not to neglect this great salvation?
  4. What does ministry produce and how does it build up the body of Christ?
  5. What is the significance of the new living way and how does it differ from the old way?
  6. What is the importance of understanding the fullness of what we have in Christ as opposed to viewing Old Testament saints as the epitome of spirituality?

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