• A Fixed Day

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  • Christ and Melchizedek

    Hebrews 7:1–3

    It is impossible to walk away from an honest reading of Hebrews—indeed, from an honest reading of the entire New Testament—without the highest view of the person of Christ. He is no ordinary human founder of a world religion like ...Read More

  • A Secure Hope in a Secure Place

    Hebrews 6:18–20

    Our hope is in heaven and will be consummated in the world to come. However, even now we enjoy a foretaste of it in the forgiveness of sins, the fellowship of the church, and the presence of the Holy Spirit. ...Read More

  • The Clarity of the Sword

    Deuteronomy 6:6–7

    Some portions of Scripture are more difficult to understand than others, but that does not mean God has hidden His message of salvation from us. The Lord has spoken the basic gospel so clearly that we need not fear that ...Read More

  • The Inspired Sword

    2 Timothy 3:16–17

    We should be suspicious anytime we find a professed Christian teacher who is reluctant to affirm that the Bible is itself the very Word of God. This is how Scripture presents itself, and we have no right to have a ...Read More

  • The Sure Judgment of God

    Hebrews 4:13

    We will understand the Bible rightly only if we remember that it is the Word of the all-powerful and all-holy God. It is vital that we approach the Scriptures with respect and awe for the One who inspired them. Proper ...Read More

  • The Living and Active Word of God

    Hebrews 4:11–12

    Dr. R.C. Sproul would frequently observe that one of the big problems in the church today is that people are looking for power everywhere except the place God has put it—His Word. If we want to find the power ...Read More

  • God Is Eternal

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  • The Inadequacy of Joshua’s Rest

    Hebrews 4:6–10

    Everyone who trusts in Christ has already entered the perfect rest of God (Heb. 4:3), for in Jesus we rest from sin. Yet, we wait for that rest to be consummated in the new heavens and earth. We anticipate that ...Read More

  • The Blessed Rest of God

    Hebrews 4:3–5

    John Owen comments that “faith alone, without the assistance of any other grace, makes entry possible. Works of the law and any other kind of works will not open this way for us. It is faith alone that opens the ...Read More

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