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The Awesomeness of Jesus

Hebrews: The Supremacy and Sufficiency of Christ

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Hebrews: The Supremacy and Sufficiency of Christ

Message 1: The Awesomeness of Jesus

Have you ever heard someone ask, “How can I know God?” Knowing the answer to that question is not as mysterious as it sounds. And you don’t need a degree in theology to get the right answer. Dr. David Jeremiah's series on the Book of Hebrews, presents God’s profound but simple answer to those who seek to know Him. David proclaims Jesus as the life-changer who reveals God’s plan for our journey through life. Covers Hebrews 1:1-3.

Hebrews: The Supremacy and Sufficiency of Christ

Message 1: The Awesomeness of Jesus

Have you ever heard someone ask, “How can I know God?” Knowing the answer to that question is not as mysterious as it sounds. And you don’t need a degree in theology to get the right answer. Dr. David Jeremiah's series on the Book of Hebrews, presents God’s profound but simple answer to those who seek to know Him. David proclaims Jesus as the life-changer who reveals God’s plan for our journey through life. Covers Hebrews 1:1-3.

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The Awesomeness of Jesus

Have you ever heard someone ask, “How can I know God?” Knowing the answer to that question is not as mysterious as it sounds. And you don’t need a degree in theology to get the right answer. Dr. David Jeremiah's series on the Book of Hebrews, presents God’s profound but simple answer to those who seek to know Him. David proclaims Jesus as the life-changer who reveals God’s plan for our journey through life. Covers Hebrews 1:1-3.

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What About the Angels?

Do you have trouble separating fact from fiction when it comes to angels? Dr. David Jeremiah sets the record straight about the true nature of angels and Jesus, from the Book of Hebrews. In his message, David Jeremiah biblically corrects misconceptions about angels and explains the different roles they play in God’s ministering work among us. Covers Hebrews 1:4-14.

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The Danger of Drifting

When you hear the word “drifting,” you most likely picture drifting away from something rather than toward something. David Jeremiah explains the dangerous consequences for the unbeliever who drifts by the harbor of salvation and the dangers of drifting away from holiness once we’re saved. Covers Hebrews 2:1-4.

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Why Jesus Became a Man

This passage of Hebrews further details the purpose of Jesus becoming a man: He did so to regain our destiny, recover our unity, release us from our captivity, and relate to us in our frailty. Covers Hebrews 2:5-18.

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Considering Christ

In this message, we consider Christ in comparison and contrast of Moses, whom the Hebrews considered to be the greatest man in all of history. Covers Hebrews 3:1-6.

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Do You Have a Hard Heart?

In this message, Dr. Jeremiah teaches us about the disobedience of a hard heart and the deceitfulness of an evil heart. Covers Hebrews 3:7-19.

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Experiencing God’s Best for Our Lives

When we walk in faith, we experience the peace of soul and mind that only God can provide—giving us all the best God has to offer. Covers Hebrews 4:1-13.

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Christ Is All You Need

In Christ, we have both a heavenly and an earthly High Priest who can sympathize with us in our time of testing and strengthen us in our time of temptation. With this comes a human and heavenly responsibility on our end. Covers Hebrews 4:14-16.

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Someone Like Me

In this message, we learn about the qualities of a High Priest and the qualifications of Christ as our ultimate and eternal High Priest. Covers Hebrews 5:1-10.

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Peter Pan Christians

The Peter Pan Syndrome is a term used to describe the difficulty that twenty-somethings are having making the transition from adolescence to adulthood. Similarly, many Christians have trouble growing toward spiritual maturity. In this message, Dr. Jeremiah discusses the condition, cause, and cure for immaturity. Covers Hebrews 5:11-14.

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Can a Saved Person Ever Be Lost?

There are many Christians who, for one reason or another, never move beyond the basic maturity level of new believer. They know the basic doctrines but never move deeper into spiritual maturity. That defies the reason they were saved – to become more and more mature over time. Covers Hebrews 6:1-8.

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Hope - The Anchor of Life

Christians understand the responsibility to grow in spiritual maturity. What is often less understood is that we don’t grow on our own. Our progress toward maturity is based upon the faithfulness of God - and specifically the person of Jesus Christ who is the anchor of our soul. Covers Hebrews 6:9-20.

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He Is Able

Men became priests of the Old Testament by being born into the tribe of Levi. They served from age 25 to 50, offering sacrifices continually for the sins of the people. Their work was never finished. Christ came as an eternal priest who offered the final sacrifice for sin. Covers Hebrews 7:1-28.

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God's Better Plan

The covenant God made with Israel consisted of 10 commandments amplified by more than 600 statues and ordinances. Unfortunately, man lacked the ability to keep them. So God promised a new covenant that would write God’s desires on the man’s heart – the sole command to love. Covers Hebrews 8:1-13.

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Religion, Ritual or Relationship

Everything about the earthly Tabernacle was temporary and limited. But it served a purpose in the plan of God to point to an eternal and unlimited tabernacle that would be served by the sinless High Priest, Jesus Christ. What was good has been replaced by something better. Covers Hebrews 9:1-14.

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The Mediator

Mediators, often attorneys (advocates), are called in to settle differences between conflicting parties and establish peace. Just so, Jesus Christ is Mediator and Advocate between God and man, offering Himself as the solution for the problem of sin that stands between the two parties. Covers Hebrews 9:15 - 28.

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Pictures of Life

Reading the New Testament, it is easy to think that Jesus’ ministry and message, His death and resurrection, were “new” ideas. But God had been preparing Israel, and the world through Israel, for the coming of the eternal High Priest who would put an end to sacrifice by His own death. Covers Hebrews 10:1-18.

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Three to Get Ready

The apostle Paul structured several of his letters in two parts: doctrine followed by practice. And the writer of the Hebrews has done the same. Beginning in chapter 10, there is a transition from theology to implementation – a way to build a life that reflects what Christ has done for us. Covers Hebrews 10:19-25.

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Falling Away From My Faith

Questions are often raised about passages in the book of Hebrews that suggest Christians may lose their eternal inheritance. If someone turns his back on Christ and the faith, he is “losing” something he never had – a genuine, saving relationship with God through faith in Christ. Covers Hebrews 10:26-31.

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All the Strength We Need

Every day in the Christian's life is important because within 24 hours, that day will become part of our past. It is important to endure faithfully today so we can build a history of memories of how God has sustained us in the past – and will sustain us in the present and into the future. Covers Hebrews 10:32-39.

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What is Faith?

Many people in the world are people of faith, but that is not the same number that are Christians. It takes more than faith to be a Christian; it takes biblical faith. Faith is not as important as the object of one's faith. And in the Bible, the only valid object of faith is the God of the Bible. Covers Hebrews 11:1-3, 6.

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A Martyr for His Faith

Throughout history man has sought God on one of two paths. One is the path of human effort characterized by pride (religion). The other is the path of obedient faith that responds to God's revelation of what pleases Him (relationship). Cain took the former path, Abel the latter. Covers Hebrews 11:4

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He Walked With God

It seems like the amazing lives of so many of the great heroes of the faith were evident at their birth, as was the case with Moses and John the Baptist. But Enoch gives hope for all of us who didn't start out so perfectly. In fact, Enoch did not begin his walk with God until he was sixty-five; but when he did, it was a fellowship and a friendship like no other. Covers Hebrews 11:5-6.

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The Performance of Faith

At one time or another, all of us have felt as if we were the only person in the world, totally alone in our struggles. In reality that has never been true of us, but Noah was one person who could actually claim such a grievance. Besides his wife and his three sons (and their wives), Noah had to stand alone against the world with only his faith in God to secure him. Covers Hebrews 11:7.

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Abraham

It is easy to say that we will do whatever God calls us to do, but that is much, much harder to put into real practice. Just imagine being Abraham and having God command you to sacrifice your one and only son to Him. There could not be any greater test of faith and obedience, and yet Abraham passed with flying colors. It is no wonder then that Abraham is referred to as God's friend. Covers Hebrews 11:8-10, 17-19.

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Waiting for God’s Promise

Much of life is spent waiting, sometimes on trivial matters--and on larger matters like the fulfillment of the promise of Christ's return. From the story of Abraham and Sarah we learn what not to do while waiting on God and how waiting can be a classroom that teaches lessons in faith. Covers Hebrews 11:11-12.

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Faith that Death Cannot Destroy

Sometimes we think biblical heroes lived perfect lives, when the opposite is true. They often displayed character flaws and were unfaithful to God. In other words, they were human. Instead of focusing on their failures, Scripture focuses on their faith and how God's grace is greater than all our sin. Covers Hebrews 11:20-22.

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Moses: The Persuasion of Faith

Whenever we get discouraged by the lack of progress in our lives, it is good for us to remember Moses, who tended sheep in the desert for 40 years until God used him to dramatically set His people free. Covers Hebrews 11:23-29.

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The Courage of Faith

It is common for non-Christians to mistakenly believe that they have to "clean up" their life before coming to Christ by faith. Joshua and Rahab were from opposite ends of the moral spectrum but were co-participants in a mighty work of God--and both played their part by faith. Covers Hebrews 11:30-31.

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Ordinary Heroes

One of the sharpest weapons of our spiritual enemy is to convince us that we are not special or gifted enough - or have too checkered a past - to be used by God. One of the purposes of Hebrews 11 is to prove that God uses all kinds of people and strategies to accomplish His work. Covers Hebrews 11:32-40.

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