The mystery author of this book begins with the loftiest of themes: Jesus, name above all names, glorious Creator, supreme Ruler, God’s final word to humankind — worthy of our fullest attention and utmost devotion.
Home Cityby Johnny Vanderhorst | April 30, 2018
While believers are never at home on earth, being citizens of the eternal city should make us the best possible citizens of our temporal one.
The Community of Graceby Mike Bergen | April 22, 2018
When the nine commands in Hebrews 12:28–13:9 are understood in the context and framework of the whole Bible, you’ll have greater enthusiasm in applying them to your personal life. The result will be more of a community of grace among the people you do life with.
A Consuming Fireby Blaine Freidline | April 15, 2018
Just for you, Jesus the Son has fulfilled God’s Law, borne God’s wrath, and made possible your entrance into God’s unshakeable kingdom. Therefore, (a) do not refuse His call, and (b) in gratitude, offer Him all of your life in reverent worship.
Runby Johnny Vanderhorst | April 8, 2018
In the midst of your pain and struggle, run your race with endurance, in the power and presence of the greatest Runner of all.
A Better Resurrectionby John Vanderhorst | April 1, 2018
God gives promises that are rooted in the resurrection of Christ. These promises call for a response of faith.
The Unseen Foundationby Mike Bergen | March 25, 2018
From Hebrews 11:1-13 we will understand more clearly what faith is according to the Bible. We’ll see that a relationship based on faith is really the best way to have a close friendship with God. We’ll see that God wants faith to be a response to His heart.
The God We Can Knowby Johnny Vanderhorst | March 4, 2018
Because of Jesus, we no longer need to live a life focused making the cut, or external observances. We can live a life of freedom, love, and intimacy with God as our new norm.
The Advocateby John Vanderhorst | February 25, 2018
Because Jesus is our Advocate who makes intercession for us, we can approach God. Let us draw near!
Response to the Awesome Christby Mike Bergen | February 18, 2018
The book of Hebrews focuses on the greatness of Christ, and in this passage the writer describes three kinds of responses to Christ. Which one best describes you? In the process of describing these different responses, the writer also explains how believers grow in their relationship with Christ.
Draw Near, Hold Fastby Blaine Freidline | February 11, 2018
Do not fall away from the living God; rather, draw near to the throne of grace.
Soul Restby Johnny Vanderhorst | February 4, 2018
We all desperately need rest, a deep rest that only God can provide.
Jesus, the Faithful Builderby Mike Bergen | January 28, 2018
Hebrews 3:1-6 compares the faithfulness of Jesus with the faithfulness of Moses. Moses testified to Jesus’ faithfulness, a faithfulness demonstrated by how He kept His promises. This was true for the people of Israel and is also true for us today.
Brother, Captain, Kingby John Vanderhorst | January 21, 2018
Jesus is the Most High King—yet He gets involved with us, faces death for us, and claims kinship with us!
The Last Wordby Johnny Vanderhorst | January 14, 2018
Jesus is the climactic revelation of God’s glory, to whom we must give our unrelenting fixation.