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Keeping Near, Keeping On

When life’s mountains seem too high and the valleys seem too low, we may feel abandoned and become discouraged. Yet God’s Word promises that when we place our trust in Jesus, we will never travel life’s journey alone. We will have His Holy Spirit living within us and His Word to instruct, direct and strengthen us. The letter to the Hebrews encourages us to keep near to Christ so we can keep going.

Hebrews 10:26-39
id: 1929

Series: Fix Our Eyes on Jesus, Volume 2


Faith, Hope, and Love

The greatest evidence that someone has genuinely put their trust in Christ as Lord and Savior is not the absence of trials and difficulties. It is the abiding presence of faith, hope and love during them. In the letter to the Hebrews, we learn what it means to persevere by drawing near to God, holding fast to our profession of faith and encouraging one another in love.

Hebrews 10:19-25
id: 1928

Series: Fix Our Eyes on Jesus, Volume 2


When Jesus Came...

When we try to make up for our sins through good deeds or personal sacrifices, we are denying the finished work of Christ Jesus and rejecting His gift of salvation. The writer to the Hebrews reminds us that when Jesus came, He freely and perfectly atoned for our sins, cleansed our consciences, and allowed us to draw near to God.

Hebrews 9:11-28
id: 1924

Series: Fix Our Eyes on Jesus, Volume 2


A Superior Covenant

The Bible is like a two-act play: the second act makes no sense without the first. The New Testament is understandable and significant only in light of the Old Testament. In this passage, the writer helps us understand the necessity of the Old Covenant sacrificial system as it foreshadows the perfect sacrifice of the New Testament Lamb of God, Jesus Christ.

Hebrews 8:1-13
id: 1919

Series: Fix Our Eyes on Jesus, Volume 2


The Mystery of Melchizedek, Part One

Melchizedek, the king of Salem and priest of God Most High, was no ordinary man. There was no record of his birth or death, and, like Jesus, his priesthood did not end. In this first of two messages, we’ll learn who Melchizedek was and why he was so important in foreshadowing Jesus’ role as our perfect and permanent High Priest.

Hebrews 7:1-11
id: 1917

Series: Fix Our Eyes on Jesus, Volume 2


The Mystery of Melchizedek, Part Two

Old Testament priests had to be direct descendants of Levi. Yet Jesus was from the tribe of Judah, and Melchizedek lived long before Levi was born. Neither the priesthood of Jesus nor Melchizedek was based on genealogy; but on the power of an indestructible life. In this second of two messages, we will learn more about the uniqueness of Jesus’ permanent priesthood and how He is able to save all who come to God through Him.

Hebrews 7:12-28
id: 1918

Series: Fix Our Eyes on Jesus, Volume 2


The Peril of Spiritual Apostasy

Can a follower of Christ lose his or her salvation? That’s a question that has frightened many sincere believers and sparked debate among Bible scholars, as well. The Bible pulls no punches about those who once professed to follow Christ, but have walked away from their faith. Alistair identifies people who have lost their way and how they ended up astray. Listen to a lesson on The Peril of Spiritual Apostasy.

Hebrews 6:4-8
id: 1915

Series: Fix Our Eyes on Jesus, Volume 1


Confident of Better Things

The Christian life doesn’t come with guaranteed protection against trouble. But Alistair Begg explains that if we persevere and hold tight to Christ… we can be confident of better things to come. The book of Hebrews has an encouraging message for the sincere believer.

Hebrews 6:9-12
id: 1916

Series: Fix Our Eyes on Jesus, Volume 1


Much to Learn

You can read the Bible a hundred times over and still discover new and thought-provoking insights each time! The book of Hebrews reminds us that when it comes to Jesus, we have much to learn. Discover more about our Savior, and yourself in this message titled, Much to Learn.

Hebrews 5:11-14
id: 1910

Series: Fix Our Eyes on Jesus, Volume 1


Slowing, or Growing

Where are you in your walk with God today? Are you getting stronger and better equipped? Or are you feeling sluggish and lagging behind? Spiritual maturity doesn’t just happen. Like physical development, it’s a daily process of training, learning and growing. Hear how you can go from a baby in the faith to a full-fledged adult.

Hebrews 5:11-6:3
id: 1911

Series: Fix Our Eyes on Jesus, Volume 1


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