Bible Application for Reading, Teaching, or Discussion Groups

How well am I running for God?

Hebrews Ch. 12 Personal Application Questions:

v.1 Do the Biblical examples of the lives and choices of its faithful witnesses strengthen my endurance? Which ones are the most meaningful to me? Why?
v.1 Have I laid aside the encumbrances and sins that hinder me from running with endurance?
v.2 Do I go through life with my eyes fixed on Jesus and the example of His endurance?
v.3 Have I received such criticism or hostility from others that I have grown weary and discouraged?

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Bible Outlines for Reading, Teaching, or Discussion Groups

Hebrews Ch. 6  Go past first things, on to “perfection” (exactly what God wants).

v.1-6  Don’t lay down, again and again, the foundation of truth, as if it were possible for some to fall away from believing the truth, and then to be restored.
v.7-8  Hearing and using the word is blessed by God, but receiving the word and still producing what is useless or harmful, is not.
v.9-12a  Show diligence in your work and labor of love, and don’t become sluggish.
v.12b-16  Imitate those who, through faith and patience, inherit the blessings that God has sworn to give them. ...

 

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The spiritual “race” of 2015 lies before us. How can we run it well?

Hebrews Ch. 12  Run with endurance the race that is set before you.

v.1          Run, laying aside every weight and sin.
v.2-4      Run, looking to Jesus and His example of endurance so that you don’t become weary and discouraged.
v.5-11    Run, being trained by the Father’s chastening unto His holiness.
v.12-13  Run, being careful not to be weak or lax, or to stray off course.
v.14        Run, pursuing peace and holiness with all people.
v.15        Run in the ...

 

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Bible Outlines for Reading, Teaching, or Discussion Groups

The Bible tells us that God made an old covenant (a framework for a relationship) and a new one. The book of Hebrews tells us that Jesus is the Mediator of the new covenant, the Person who is the “Go-Between,” between us and God. He administrates the new covenant, that is, He works in our lives to make the fullness of it, a possessed reality. The details of that covenant are ...

 

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What can we learn from Hebrews Ch. 11, about the life that God wants us to live?

Hebrews Chapter 11 Live by great faith.

v.1-3      A life of faith becomes a testimony of things which are not visible.

v.4-6      Offer to God a life that is pleasing to Him.

v.7-12     Act on what God tells you to do, and live as having seen the fulfillment of His promises.

v.13-16   Live as strangers and pilgrims on the earth, desiring a better, that is, a heavenly homeland.

v.17-19  Withhold nothing ...

 

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Hebrews Ch. 2 Don’t neglect so great a salvation: Jesus is restoring us from a life of bondage to a life crowned with glory and honor.

v.1-4 Give the more earnest heed to what God has told us through His Son, lest you drift away from the truth you have heard.

v.5-8, 9 God wants mankind to have lives that are crowned with glory and honor—Jesus is indispensable to that plan.

v.9-10 God’s fitting plan for Jesus, as the Captain of our salvation, was for Him to taste death for everyone.

v.11-13 Now Jesus ,,,

 

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