HEBREWS

{TO THE HEBREWS}

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{THE SUPERIOR WORD}
  1. His Superior Word - {PDF Copy} - (God’s superior word has been spoken in His Son. All previous words were partial, preparatory, and incomplete)
  2. Upon these Last Days - {PDF Copy} - (The era of the Levitical priesthood terminated with the superior “word” revealed by God in His Son)
  3. Purification of Sins - {PDF Copy} - (Having achieved the purification of sins, Jesus sat down at the right hand of God where he intercedes for his people as their faithful high priest)
  4. His Supremacy - {PDF Copy} - (Through a series of comparisons, the letter to the Hebrews demonstrates the supremacy of the Son over his predecessors)
  5. His Distinguished Name - {PDF Copy} - (Having achieved the purification of sins, the Son inherited a more distinguished name than the angels)
  6. Do Not Drift Away - {PDF Copy} - (A dire warning of the consequences for failing to hear and obey the superior word found in the Son)
  7. The Exaltation of the Son - {PDF Copy} - (In Hebrews, Jesus is the Son who is exalted after his suffering and death to become our sovereign and faithful High Priest)
  8. Son Surpasses Moses - {PDF Copy} - (Hebrews 3:1-6 - The word of the Son surpasses even the excellent word given by angels through Moses at Mount Sinai)

{HIGH PRIEST AND SACRIFICE}
  1. Faithful High Priest - {PDF Copy} - (Jesus qualified as our high priest by participating fully in human suffering, mortality, and death)
  2. Priest Forever -{PDF Copy} - (His priesthood is superior since it rests on his endless resurrection life, the promised priest after the order of Melchizedek – Psalm 110:4)

{NEW COVENANT}
  1. Incomparable New Covenant - {PDF Copy} - (In his death, Jesus inaugurated the promised and vastly superior new covenant, rendering the old one obsolete)
  2. Shadow to Substance - {PDF Copy} - (The types and “shadows” of the old covenant find their substance and fulfillment in the Son, Jesus Christ)

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