• Is Faith Blind?

    Hebrews 6:13-20

    Do you believe that all sin is, at its root, unbelief? When we sin, we are disbelieving God’s testimony in His Word that sin brings grief, pain, and separation from Him. By contrast, obedience is rooted in trust that ...Read More

  • Jesus Alone

    Hebrews 12:2

    Take some time today to read through the book of Hebrews, and consider the many themes we have covered: the superiority of Christ, the call to persevere, the relationship between the old covenant and the new. Above all, let the ...Read More

  • Jesus our Forerunner

    Hebrews 6:19–20

    During the next few weeks we will look at how Christ, being in the order of Melchizedek, benefits us. Suffice it to say for now that being in the order of Melchizedek makes Jesus an eternal priest who always mediates ...Read More

  • Let Love Continue

    Hebrews 13:1–2

    Many of us go to church with people who, though they are brothers or sisters in Christ, are actually strangers to us. Take some time to get together with a church member who you do not know well. Have dinner ...Read More

  • Looking to Jesus

    Hebrews 12:2

    Our faith looks to Jesus both as an example of perseverance and as our reward. When we take our eyes off of Him, our circumstances are sure to weigh us down. Take some time today to look not at your ...Read More

  • The Lord of Creation

    Hebrews 1:10–12

    In chapter 12, the author of Hebrews tells us that Jesus Christ is the Founder and Perfecter of our faith. As you reflect on today’s passage of Scripture, keep in mind that our salvation is secured by One who ...Read More

  • Lower Than the Angels

    Hebrews 2:5–8a

    In His humiliation, Christ fulfilled God’s intent for man to be the perfect ruler of the earth. Christ is highly exalted and will one day enable us to rule with Him. As you go about your daily business, thank ...Read More

  • Made Like His Brothers

    Hebrews 2:17

    One of the greatest mysteries of the faith is the Incarnation. How Jesus could be both fully God and fully man at the same time is incomprehensible to us. Though we cannot fully explain it, we know that God knows ...Read More

  • Made Perfect Forever

    Hebrews 7:27–28

    The Protestant Reformers rightly called the Roman Catholic Mass an abomination because in it Christ is sacrificed again. But, as we have seen, the apostolic witness is that Christ died once-for-all. There is nothing left to be done. The full ...Read More

  • Make Straight Paths

    Hebrews 12:12–13

    As you press forward toward Christ, do you find yourself growing weary? Do you find that your knees are growing feeble and that you are swerving back and forth on the path toward the finish line? If so, spend some ...Read More

  • May He Equip You

    Hebrews 13:21

    John Calvin commented that “our works, performed by the odour of Christ’s grace, emit a sweet fragrance in God’s presence, while otherwise they would have a fetid smell.” Our works do not justify us; yet, they do sanctify ...Read More

  • Minister in the True Tent

    Hebrews 8:1–2

    Many in our day anticipate the rebuilding of an earthly temple just like the one from ancient Israel. This desire, however, neglects the fact that Christ is already ministering in the true heavenly temple. Rejoice that the shadows have passed ...Read More

  • Moses Was Hidden

    Hebrews 11:23

    Do you fear the king’s edict? Are you more concerned for your own safety than with the kingdom of God? True persevering faith fears God and not the decrees of wicked rulers. Pray for believers around the world who ...Read More

  • The Name Above All Names

    Hebrews 1:3–4

    Jesus Christ is Prophet, Priest, and King. He has accomplished His sacrificial work of purification and continues to sustain the universe while seated at the right hand of the Majesty on high. His ministry is superior to all others, and ...Read More

  • The New and Living Way

    Hebrews 10:19–20

    Most of the old covenant saints could never enter into the Holy of Holies. Even the high priest who could enter could do so only once a year. But through Christ, we can enter God’s presence daily in our ...Read More