Sermons on Hebrews 6
Either we press on toward the inheritance or we drift back toward destruction. There is no third option.
One of the ways God causes us to persevere in faith and be saved is by warning us that we could make shipwreck of our faith and be lost.
The coach of Scripture and the floor of Christ conspire to keep the saints from breaking our necks again and again.
The writer of Hebrews calls you to grow and press on to maturity. And you will—if God permits.
Biblical hope not only desires something good for the future; it expects it to happen.
It is possible that we who believe we are chosen might slide into a slow process of hardening and fall away from Christ.
If second things become first things, we may have a rigorous religion, but we will not have evangelical, God-centered, biblical Christianity.
Bank your hope on the justice of God to uphold the honor of his name by offering faith to his unworthy people.
Serving and loving and helping and encouraging and supporting the saints is the way we show our love for the name of God.
God swears by his own name in order to give his people unwavering confidence in his promises.
There are at least five practical things you can do to move your heart toward "laying hold of your hope."