Love One Another

Hebrews 13:1 Love One Another Prepared by Dr. John E. Marshall Before the resurrection, the disciples had a bumpy relationship. They argued over who was the greatest among them (Mark 9:34) and over which of them would sit in the seats of honor at Jesus’s left and...

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HEBREWS 4:12-13 Prepared by Dr. John E. Marshall Heb. 4:12a “For the Word…” The writer of Hebrews used scripture as the basis for his discussion of God’s rest, because we can know nothing of God’s rest apart from the Bible. “Rest, this treasure, is found in Scripture....

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Hebrews 4:16 Prepared by Dr. John E. Marshall Heb. 4:16a “Let us…” This is the call of someone inviting us to go with him. The author, a man like us, had often enjoyed the power of prayer. Heb. 4:16b “…therefore…” This word points back to our High Priest. We must use...

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HEBREWS 5:1-3 Prepared by Dr. John E. Marshall “Heb. 5:1a “For every high priest taken from among men is ordained for men in things pertaining to God,…” Sin disturbed the original relationship between God and man. It put up a barrier, and men can come with boldness...

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HEBREWS 4:14-15 Prepared by Dr. John E. Marshall Heb. 4:14a “Seeing than that we have a great high priest,” We now begin a long section on the main theme of Hebrews, the High Priesthood of Jesus. The concept has already been mentioned, first hinted at in the priestly...

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Hebrews 5:4-6 Prepared by Dr. John E. Marshall Heb. 5:4a “And no man taketh this honor unto himself,…”“Honor” refers to the position of High Priest. To transact with the Most High on behalf of others involves dealing with matters of highest importance. To stand...