May 2014
M T W T F S S
 1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
262728293031  

Elgin’s Books


  • Christianity and Secularism

  • Evidence for the Bible
  • Archive for May 14th, 2014

    Hebrews 6:7-9

    Wednesday, May 14th, 2014 by Elgin Hushbeck

    A verse by verse study of the book of Hebrews.

    IV     The Great Work of Jesus (5:11-10:39)
        A     Preliminary Exhortation (5:11 6:20)
            1    You are still infants (5:11-14)
            2    Go on to Maturity (6:1-3)
            3    Impossible to renew (6:4-6)
            4    Analogy – Good and bad land (6:7-8)
            5    Confidence in past work (6:9-12)

            6    God is trustworthy (6:13-19a)
            7    Link (6:19b-20)
    http://www.consider.org/Classes/Hebrews/OutlineShort.htm

    http://www.consider.org/Classes/Hebrews/OutlineLong.htm

    Hebrews 6:3-6

    Wednesday, May 14th, 2014 by Elgin Hushbeck

    A verse by verse study of the book of Hebrews.

    IV     The Great Work of Jesus (5:11-10:39)
        A     Preliminary Exhortation (5:11 6:20)
            1    You are still infants (5:11-14)
            2    Go on to Maturity (6:1-3)
            3    Impossible to renew (6:4-6)

            4    Analogy – Good and bad land (6:7-8)
            5    Confidence in past work (6:9-12)
            6    God is trustworthy (6:13-19a)
            7    Link (6:19b-20)

    http://www.consider.org/Classes/Hebrews/OutlineShort.htm

    http://www.consider.org/Classes/Hebrews/OutlineLong.htm

    Hebrews 5:13-6:2

    Wednesday, May 14th, 2014 by Elgin Hushbeck

    A verse by verse study of the book of Hebrews.

    IV     The Great Work of Jesus (5:11-10:39)
        A     Preliminary Exhortation (5:11 6:20)
            1    You are still infants (5:11-14)
            2    Go on to Maturity (6:1-3)

            3    Impossible to renew (6:4-6)
            4    Analogy – Good and bad land (6:7-8)
            5    Confidence in past work (6:9-12)
            6    God is trustworthy (6:13-19a)
            7    Link (6:19b-20)
        C     A Faithful High Priest (3:1 4:13)

    http://www.consider.org/Classes/Hebrews/OutlineShort.htm

    http://www.consider.org/Classes/Hebrews/OutlineLong.htm

    Hebrews 5:7-5:12

    Wednesday, May 14th, 2014 by Elgin Hushbeck

    A verse by verse study of the book of Hebrews.

    III     Jesus the High Priest (3:1-5:10)
        A     A Faithful High Priest (3:1 4:13)
        B     Exhortation – We must be faithful (3:7-4-14)
        C     A Compassionate High Priest (4:14-5:9)
            1    Jesus has experienced human weakness (4:14-16)
            2    Example of other high priest (5:1-4)
            3    Jesus fulfills the example (5:5-9)
                    a    Appointed by God (5:5-6)
                    b    His life among us (5:7-9)
            4    Link – just like Melchizedek (5:10)
    IV     The Great Work of Jesus (5:11-10:39)
        A     Preliminary Exhortation (5:11 6:20)
            1    You are still infants (5:11-14)

    http://www.consider.org/Classes/Hebrews/OutlineShort.htm

    http://www.consider.org/Classes/Hebrews/OutlineLong.htm

    Hebrews 4:14-5:6

    Wednesday, May 14th, 2014 by Elgin Hushbeck

    A verse by verse study of the book of Hebrews.

    III     Jesus the High Priest (3:1-5:10)
        A     A Faithful High Priest (3:1 4:13)
        B     Exhortation – We must be faithful (3:7-4-14)
        C     A Compassionate High Priest (4:14-5:9)
            1    Jesus has experienced human weakness (4:14-16)
            2    Example of other high priest (5:1-4)
            3    Jesus fulfills the example (5:5-9)
                    a    Appointed by God (5:5-6)

                    b    His life among us (5:7-9)
            4    Link – just like Melchizedek (5:10)
    http://www.consider.org/Classes/Hebrews/OutlineShort.htm

    http://www.consider.org/Classes/Hebrews/OutlineLong.htm