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Part Two – The Practical Section:

  • [Heb. 10:19-39] – The final exultation.
  • [Heb. 10:19-25] – The Call to Approach.
  • [Heb. 10:26-31] – A warning of judgement.
  • [Heb. 10:32-39] – A note of hope.
  • [Heb.11:1-40] – The faith of the Ancients.
  • [Heb. 11:1-3] – The sphere of faith.

[Heb. 11:4-7] – The Assurance of Faith.

  • [Heb. 11:4] – Abel
  • [Heb.11:5-6] – Enoch
  • [Heb. 11:7] – Noah

[Heb. 11:8-12] – The faith of Abraham, Sarah and their descendants.

[Heb. 11:13-16] – The desire for a better country.

[Heb. 11:17-22] – Abraham to Joseph.

[Heb. 11:23-31] – Moses and the Exodus Generation.

[Heb. 11:32-40] – The faith of the persecuted.

[Heb. 12:1-13] – The necessary endurance of the believer.

[Heb. 12:1-2] – Looking unto Christ Jesus.

  • A: [Heb. 12:1] – the audience, preparation and how to run.
  • B: [Heb. 12:2] – Fix our eyes upon the master, Christ Jesus.

[Heb. 12:3-13] – The discipline of suffering, the value of hardship and correction.

[Heb. 12:3-4] – Christ our inspiration when weary.

[Heb. 12:5-10] – The value of hardship and correction in training.

[Heb. 12:11] – The results of hardship and correction.

[Heb. 12:12-13] – An exhortation to sturdiness and straight forwardness.

[Heb. 12:14-13:17] – The peaceful fruit of justice.

[Heb. 12:14-15] – respect, peaceableness, purity, watch against evil influences.

[Heb. 12:16-17] – The second warning against Godlessness, selling out life’s blessings.

[Heb. 12:18-24] – The comparison of Mount Sinai to Mount Zion.

Mount Sinai – manifestations of divine power.

Mount Sion – The heavenly company within the heavenly Jerusalem.

[Heb. 12:25-28] – A solemn warning to respect the heavenly message with respect to earthly things and the permanence of God’s kingdom.

[Heb. 12:28] – God is a consuming fire.

[Heb. 13:1-6] – The final exhortation – social duties.

[Heb. 13:7-17] – Offering a sacrifice of praise.

  • i [Heb. 13:7] – To religious leaders.
  • ii [Heb. 13:8-9] – Unchangeable Christ inspires steadfastness in Christian doctrine.
  • iii [Heb. 13:10-14] – The duty of Christian separation.
  • iv [Heb. 13:15-17] – The duty of thanksgiving, benevolence and obedience to rulers,

Heb. 13:18-21] – A request for prayers and a blessing pronounced.

[Heb. 13:21-25] – Conclusion – Benediction and farewell greetings.