No other book in the New Testament integrates the gospel with the Old Testament better than the book of Hebrews. The author of this epistle is relentless in his effort to reveal Christ as greater than the prophets, angels, Moses, and the Levitical priests. In fact, the author argues, all the ceremonies, sacrifices, and offices of the Old Testament foreshadow the person and work of Jesus Christ. In light of so great a salvation, Hebrews encourages us to run the race before us in faithfulness and perseverance. In this series, Dr. R.C. Sproul gives insights about our great High Priest …
The author of Hebrews writes that faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things unseen. Yet it is not always clear how we should express our faith. In addressing the ways people have distorted the meaning of faith, Dr. Sproul demonstrates that faith is not simply a feeling or a blind hope. Rather, it is based upon God’s grace and sustained by His Word.