Enduring Faith (Hebrews 10:32-39)

The book of Hebrews is a book encouraging us to not give up on our journey with Jesus. We have a superior Son, a superior High Priest, a superior covenant, and a superior help to give us what we need for this walk with Jesus. The writer of Hebrews has called us to approach God with a sincere heart. Our motivation matters to God. Hypocrisy cannot exist as we come to God. God sees our hearts and knows our motives. We cannot go forward into the presence of God if we do not come with sincere, true hearts. The writer has then told us that we need to motivate each other to love and good works and to hold fast to our hope because if we choose to turn from God, there no longer remains a sacrifice for sins but a fearful expectation of judgment. The writer will now spend verses 32-39 to give us five points for endurance. So we will look at this paragraph and consider how we can have endurance from the instructions provided by the Holy Spirit through the author of Hebrews.

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