• The Sacrifices of the Law Devotional

    Hebrews 10:1–2

    The Law is the shadow, but Christ is the reality. He is the fulfillment of all that came before Him. He made real atonement for our sin. He makes real intercession for our salvation. He has done that which we cannot do for ourselves. Spend some time worshiping Christ and thanking Him for bringing God’s promises to reality. View Resource

  • Ineffectual Blood Devotional

    Hebrews 10:3–4

    God instituted the old covenant sacrifices to show His people their need for atonement. But they, like the new covenant saints, only enjoy forgiveness because of the atonement of Christ accomplished by the shedding of His perfect blood. When you celebrate the Lord’s Supper, remember to thank Christ for His blood shed for you. View Resource

  • Unwanted Sacrifices Devotional

    Hebrews 10:5–7

    Do you desire to obey the Lord? We do not always talk about it, but the desire to obey God is one mark of a true believer. A true desire for obedience will produce actual obedience, even though it will not be perfect until Christ returns. Look at the areas of your life where you have not been obeying God, and take steps to obey Him today. View Resource

  • We Have Been Sanctified Devotional

    Hebrews 10:8–10

    Christ has done all that is necessary to make us holy, and, positionally, those in Christ are holy. But our positional holiness is not yet a reality in our day to day experience. Pray for the Holy Spirit to help motivate you to manifest the holiness we enjoy in Christ, and seek to be obedient to the commands given to us in God’s Word. View Resource

  • For All Time Devotional

    Hebrews 10:11–14

    Though we long for the day when the created order will be renewed, we do not have to wait for Jesus to sit upon His throne. He is ruling today and gradually bringing all things into subjection. Look at your life for areas that do not reflect subjection to Christ’s rule and begin taking steps to manifest His reign in all areas of your life. View Resource

  • No More Offering for Sin Devotional

    Hebrews 10:15–18

    Jeremiah looked forward to the day when God would remember the sins of His people no more. In this day there would be no more need for sacrifice because the work would have been done to achieve this reality. Praise God that, if you are in Christ, He no longer holds your sin against you, and live in gratitude for your salvation. View Resource

  • The New and Living Way Devotional

    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 worship and prayer. Rejoice in this privilege, and remember that by Christ you stand in the presence of God. View Resource

  • Our Way into the Most Holy Place Devotional

    Hebrews 10:19–25

    In this life it is easy to fill our schedules with activities that can get in the way of regular participation in corporate worship. While these activities in themselves may be perfectly fine and fruitful, we should make sure never to forsake the gathering of our brothers and sisters in Christ. And let us also be willing to encourage other believers never to treat the assembly as a negotiable element of faithfulness to our Lord Jesus. View Resource

  • Draw Near Devotional

    Hebrews 10:21–22

    Are you afraid to draw near to Christ? If you are, do not be afraid to draw near in times of doubt or sin because He has opened up the way into the presence of God. Come boldly before His throne today, not because He owes you, but because His work of sacrifice and intercession truly and graciously enables His people to enter in. View Resource

  • Hold Fast Devotional

    Hebrews 10:23

    Many of us can find places in our lives where we do not hold fast to our confession. Maybe our workplaces, families, or friends pressure us to be silent about our faith. If you are in a situation where you are not holding fast to your confession, pray that He would give you the necessary boldness and then do what is required to stand for Him. View Resource

  • Encourage One Another Devotional

    Hebrews 10:24–25

    Ask yourself this question: “Do I really believe that I need encouragement to maintain my faith?” The answer should be yes. True believers share their struggles with other believers and pray for each other so that they will persevere. Allow fellow believers to encourage you and if you are not a part of a church, find one soon and join it. View Resource

  • Gathering Together Devotional

    Hebrews 10:24–25

    There remains a Sabbath rest for the people of God” (Heb. 4:9). In our glorification, we will finally and fully rest from our sin and the weariness of laboring in a creation that is suffering the effects of the Lord’s curse. Resting on the Lord’s Day is an anticipation of that glorious reality and a means by which we can live in the present that life we will enjoy fully in the future. Let us rest on the Lord’s Day in hopes of the great rest to come. View Resource

  • Sinning Deliberately Devotional

    Hebrews 10:26–27

    Do you find yourself struggling with a particular sin that you just cannot overcome? Is there some violation of the law of God that you feel compelled to commit even though you believe in Christ? If so, repent, and find a pastor, friend, or counselor who can help you overcome your sin so that it will not lead you away from Christ. View Resource

  • Profaning the Blood Devotional

    Hebrews 10:28-29

    Too many churches today encourage unbelievers to take Jesus on “a test drive.” People outside the church are encouraged to join churches without clear professions of faith. If you are a church member and do not believe in Christ, repent and believe today or you will face a much stricter judgment than those outside the church. View Resource

  • Hands of the Living God Devotional

    Hebrews 10:30–31

    John Owen writes concerning these verses: “People are prone not to think about this. But God’s judgment exists and will be dreadful, terrible, and eternally destructive of everything that is not good.” These warnings are real. If we do not think they apply to us then we are ignoring them at our own peril. View Resource