Hebrews Lesson 8: “Only Jesus Transforms”
Motivation: Christ’s superior sacrifice became the basis for the truth of the gospel. In an age of “relativism” and “tolerance,” Christ’s claim to be “the way, the truth, and the life,” (John 14:6) is a challenge to us to tell the truth. (John 8:32, 36; 17:17)
Hebrews Lesson 7: “Only Jesus Saves”
Motivation: Hal Lindsey once said, “One can live 40 days without food, about three days without water, up to eight minutes without air but not one second without hope.” What is the basis for a Christian’s hope? We’ll examine part of the truth in this study. (2 Cor. 5:14)
Hebrews Lesson 6: “Don’t Walk Away”
Motivation: Given the cost, the value, and the alternative, how can one walk away from the great gift of eternal life?
Last Updated (Monday, 06 October 2014 20:30)
Hebrews Lesson 5: “Secured with Confidence”
Motivation: One of the top five complaints heard today is “I’m not getting enough rest.” In this “promised land” of high speed internet and robotics, where machines are designed to do much of the work, we still find ourselves exhausted. Whereas the Israelites didn’t find true rest in their land of promise, we can enjoy rest in the Lord.
Last Updated (Friday, 26 September 2014 03:35)
Hebrews Lesson 4: “Watch Out!”
Motivation: The emphasis is upon perseverance – keeping on keeping on. If Satan’s most used weapon is discouragement, then the Christian’s biggest challenge is to overcome.
Last Updated (Saturday, 20 September 2014 19:10)