Welcome to week thirteen – the final week – of the Hebrews Bible Study on Scattered Journal Pages.
And wow, we’ve made it so far. I don’t have the time to bring up every lesson discussed in these thirteen weeks – so that’s what the previous post list is for, of course. This means now that if you want to access any study on any chapter in the entire Book of Hebrews, they’re all in the archives, open for the reading. I’m excited about that!
Welcome to the second to last week of our weekly Hebrews Bible Study, right here on Scattered Journal Pages. It’s almost over, and I can’t believe it.
These Tuesdays with all of you, spent digging into the Word of God have meant so much to me, as has your support. I adore the book of Hebrews, and the soul-level truths discussed in it. While I could never do the book proper justice, I have been loving taking the extra time to really study Hebrews and see points I would’ve missed if I hadn’t taken the time to slow down and really read.
I can’t believe we’ve made it this far, everyone. Welcome to week eleven of our Hebrews Bible Study. Only two weeks left, and I can’t wrap my head around how fast the time’s gone by.
So before we hop into this week’s study, let’s review what we covered in week ten.
Welcome to the tenth week of our Hebrews Bible Study, everyone! This week we’re contemplating Hebrews 10, one of the fullest and most exciting chapters in all of Hebrews. I know I keep saying this, but Hebrews 10 is seriously another favorite chapter in this book.
Grab your favorite drink and a Bible, and come glean truth with us. You’re welcome to start right here, even if you haven’t read all (or any) of the previous ones. However, if you’d like to, feel free to read through the past nine weeks’, listed below.
Thanks for joining me this week for Hebrews 9! Come on and jump right in, here and now. Read about truth, about grace, and about our amazing Jesus.
Thanks for joining us this week for Hebrews chapter 8! I’m so glad you’re here – feel free to hop right in!
Last week, we discovered a few new things.
*The law has changed – and it’s marvelous. Jesus is sufficient.
*Jesus will never stop being able to save us, sinners.
*Jesus’ sacrifice for us was once for all – because He Himself was enough to cover all sin.
Last week’s takeaway: Jesus is enough for us – and even more; a life lived by grace is one of true holiness.
Welcome back to the Hebrews Bible Study, friends, and thanks for joining me for week seven. Feel free to jump in now if this is your first time here, though you’re also welcome to go back to the beginning and read through it all (and I’ll leave links to each post) and start there. It’s a blessing to have you on this journey along with us!
Welcome, friends, to week 6 of the Hebrews Bible Study. Feel free to hop in any time; we’re so glad to have you!
Last week, we covered two main points – two to focus on, instead of the usual three-to-four.
*Jesus is our representative before God – and He gets us, because He Himself was human.
*Jesus is the source of eternal salvation. No one else.
And our weekly takeaway: “We are redeemed by Jesus – our mediator, our brother, our Savior.”