Hebrews 5:1-10 Jesus is not only better than Moses, but also Aaron, who was a High Priest. Jesus set aside his Sonship so that he might suffer and demonstrate perfect obedience. It is through his excellent and perfect performance that supremely qualifies Him to be our High Priest and need no other.
Hebrews 4:14-16 Jesus experienced temptation just as we do, yet he endured it without sin. It is that very experience that qualifies Him not only as our perfect mediator, but also our sympathizer, one who understands the trials we face. Therefore, when we encounter these trials, we must turn to Jesus and hold Him fast as one who understands and …
Hebrews 3:1-6 Moses was the respected servant of God’s house and testified about what was to come. Jesus is the Son of God, the builder of house of God, and came to fulfill what was foretold. Jesus is The Apostle and The High Priest and will not fail us. It is these excellent truths that lay the foundation for our …
Hebrews 2:5-18 If we rely on our own human nature for purpose and fulfillment, we will fall short. Jesus has fulfilled mankind’s ultimate purpose, defeated our enemy, and secured our hope. There is nothing that we need that cannot be found at the cross where Christ died. His death was effective, sufficient, and profitable. Our hope is in Him!
Hebrews 2:1-4 Jesus is more valuable than Angels. Therefore, we must pay closer attention to Him. We are warned, that if we do not do this, we will drift away. Our lives should be spent clinging to Jesus as our anchor so that we will not be in danger of falling by the way side.
Hebrews 1:5-14 By virtue of his Divine Sonship, Jesus is superior to all things, including angels. The Father’s unique love for the Son places him as the only worthy object of our devotion, and offers, by faith, to bring his people into the fellowship and community of the Godhead.
The prologue to John’s Gospel functions like an overture for the rest of the Gospel, setting the stage for the identity of Jesus as the Son of God, second person of the Godhead, and the complete and final expression and revelation of God himself to his people.