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Soteriological implicaitons of “another justification”

Without allowing for the historical context given to us in Acts and Galatians, which clearly shows us the theological problems that were happening in Jerusalem and what was being taught there erroneously, and treating James’ letter as an apostolic document (he was not an apostle!) rather than a historical/wisdom document that should be included in […]

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Hebrews 31 – The Gospel gives Me the Recipe, My High Priest cooks and serves it!

Hebrews 6 provides insight into the nature of our salvation through Christ. The Davidic covenant and the Abrahamic covenant are combined into one everlasting covenant between the Father and the Son, highlighting Christ’s unique role as both king and priest in fulfilling God’s promises to his people. The Davidic covenant is central to the argument

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Hebrews Msg 30 – Our Food is Hidden Within the Veil

Distinguishing between milk and meat is a matter of handling things that are unseen and being willing to bear the reproach of those who ridicule it as foolishness.

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Hebrews – Msg #27 “Conceiving of a Love, A High Priesthood and a Sacrifice without Reference to Sin”

Exploring the the complexity and significance of the high priesthood of Christ. Discusses the everlasting covenant, the ingredients of Christ's high priesthood, and the value of human life in God's eyes. The outline also touches on the concept of a corporate entity and the concept of a love and sacrifice without reference to sin. Encourages

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Hebrews – Msg #28 “Moving on to Meat”

Transitioning from Milk to Meat – Warnings not to slip back into the system of the Law of Moses, emphasizing that Christians have everything they need through Christ. The temptation to go back to religious systems is not a desire for sinful things, but rather a desire for religious things. Neglecting the great salvation offered

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Hebrews – Msg #29 “Diffusing the ‘Scary Verses'”

This teaching covers Hebrews 6:1-6 and emphasizes the importance of maintaining one’s faith and avoiding false doctrines. It encourages believers to abide in Christ and not be moved away from the message of the gospel. Warns against being carried away by false teachings and traditions of men and clarifies that believers cannot lose their salvation,

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Hebrews – Msg #22 “The Rest of God Based on the Testimony”

Hebrews 3 continues to speak of rest. We have been considering the significance of the high priest, the house, and edification as sources of confidence to enjoy what is rightfully ours in the good land. Outline I. Christ as High Priest and Source of Confidence A. Christ’s faithfulness compared to Moses – Hebrews 3:1-6 B.

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Hebrews – Msg #24 “The Training of the High Priest”

The Bible teaches that Christ is our Savior and Redeemer, with the book of Hebrews providing an in-depth explanation of this concept. The gospel, which includes Christ’s accomplishments of redemption, reconciliation, and peace with God, is essential for salvation and holiness. Grace is found in Jesus Christ and can be experienced even while grappling with

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