52 Sermons: Hebrews
Do you want to hear God speak? God has now spoken not just by prophets, but by his Son.
The purification that was made was made once for all.
We owe our purification to Jesus and we owe our being to him.
Angels were created for Christ's everlasting glory and for our everlasting joy.
Life in this world is like a river, not a lake. And if you don't listen earnestly to Jesus, you will drift down to destruction.
The message of our great salvation has been confirmed by a cluster of reliable witnesses.
The second Adam, Jesus Christ, defeated death and restored the hope of Psalm 8 for all who are in him.
Christ tasted death for everyone who has faith. Because the faith of everyone who believes was purchased by the death of Christ.
We are saved by Jesus' suffering because that is what will glorify God most.
Jesus is both the word from God and the way to God.
The surety of believers lies not in the absence of conditions but in the promises of power.
It's the cavalier Christians who need to be worried about their standing.
There is a rest open to you today. The door is not shut. The time is not past.
The Word of God is living and active and penetrates to the bottom of our lives and rips the pleasant mask off the ugly face of sin.
Because we have a great High Priest, the throne of God is a throne of grace.
Christ became our salvation because he was perfect in three ways: in his dignity, in his eternity, and in his purity.
Do you have the disease of "dullness of hearing," and if so, how can you get well?
The writer of Hebrews calls you to grow and press on to maturity. And you will—if God permits.
It is possible that we who believe we are chosen might slide into a slow process of hardening and fall away from Christ.
Bank your hope on the justice of God to uphold the honor of his name by offering faith to his unworthy people.
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."
Five reasons for why Jesus' priesthood is superior to all others.
How can people destroyed by their sin draw near to a perfect God?
How is the New Covenant like a last will and testament?
Drawing near to God is the heart of the gospel, and we are called to embrace it with informed zeal.
Consider others—study them, know them, figure them out—to the end that you stimulate them to love and good deeds.
Threatening judgment is an effective (and biblical) way to motivate people.
Saving faith isn't merely the one-time act of receiving Jesus. It goes on trusting him.
God honors faith and obedience by using all of his wisdom, power and love to turn that kind of life into one of great joy.
Be encouraged by the thousands of saints who have finished the race and testify, "It can be done! By faith it can be done."
God is not an ER doctor who only repairs our hurts; he is a master surgeon who plans our hurts in order that he might do us greater good.
Knowing that God's discipline is for our good helps us press on in faith.
Obedience is not our way of getting God to do something. It is how we act when we trust that God is already working for us.
The promises of God are the key to love and victory over sin. But we need people in our lives to "encourage us day after day" with those promises.
How can I find and keep the strength I need to obey God's commands?
Christians have a hope that frees them to move toward need, not comfort.
Spiritual leaders are to keep watch of the word, of Christ, of themselves, and of their people.
Elders should see themselves as servants, and the church should have a bent toward trusting them.
Christians are secure, not because they are strong, but because God is sovereign and faithful to his new covenant promises.