• Redemption Through The Blood Of Christ

    Hebrews 9 Highlight Verses: 11-5, 24, 27-28 NOTES: 1: The tabernacle, or place of worship in its earthly form under the Law (Mosaic covenant days) wasn’t for anyone, but there existed “its own rules and regulations for divine worship” that the people had to abide by. Those regulations are described and broken down in several parts of the Bible, and also in the next several verses. 2-5: These verses describe how the tabernacle was designed both in its physical form and who it was designed to be used by. Pay attention to the references regarding the Holy Place and the Most Holy Place, and how they differ. (Picture example) 6-7:…

  • Jesus, High Priest Of A Better Covenant

    Hebrews 8 Highlight Verses 1, 6-7, 10, 12 NOTES: 1-2: “The point in what we are saying” specifically references the entire theme of the Book of Hebrews to this point. “We have such a high priest” – Reference Jesus. Our high priest is acknowledged as: – one who is seated at the right hand of the throne of the Majesty in heaven (verse 1) ○ Psalm 110:1, Ephesians 1:19-22, Colossians 3:1, Hebrews 10:12 – A minister in the holy places (verse 2) – In the true tent that the Lord set up, not man (verse 2) 3: For every high priest (established under the Law) 4-5: Only those from the…

  • Jesus Compared To Melchizedek

    Hebrews 7 Highlight Verses: 3, 11, 18-19, 21-22, 27-28 In this chapter, we meet Melchizedek ( (Genesis 14:17-20). The juxtaposition is between Melchizedek and Christ since their positions of power and authority are somewhat similar to a degree. – King of Salem – He was the priest of God Most High – His name translates to “the king of righteousness” – His appearance is uncannily similar to that of Christ: “Without father or mother or genealogy, having neither beginning of days nor end of life, but resembling the Son of God he continues a priest forever.” (Hebrews 7:3]’n Ranked higher spiritually than Abraham, and Abraham acknowledged this by giving him…

  • The Certainty of God’s Promise

    Hebrews 6 Highlight Verses: 1-2, 10-12, 17-19 NOTES: 1-2: Therefore (in light of what was previously stated – see Hebrews 7 notes HERE), “let us leave the elementary doctrine” means move forward with the elementary doctrine in mind, but not having to be retaught the things we learn early in our faith, which are: – Repentance from dead works – Faith in God – The doctrine of baptisms – Laying on of hands – Resurrection from the dead (referring to the resurrection of all people at the end of times) – Eternal judgment 3: “This we will do if God permits” – God allows everything that happens on earth, and…