Hebrews

The Glorious Jesus

Originally written for Jewish converts to Christianity, the book of Hebrews describes the many ways Jesus and the religion of Christianity fulfilled and surpassed the elements and practice of the Jewish faith.


Jesus: Greater than the Angels
In this section the Hebrew writer lists the many passages in the Old Testament that demonstrate Jesus' exalted position above the angels.
Jesus: Greater than the Angels
After demonstrating from Scripture that Jesus is greater than the angels, the author focuses on what Jesus accomplished when, for a while, He took a position lower than angels.
Jesus: Greater than Moses
Mike begins to develop the Hebrew writer's next argument for Christianity's superiority over Judaism - Jesus' greater authority than Moses.
Jesus: Greater than Aaron
This lesson examines what the writer of Hebrews says about the 4th element of the Jewish religion, the priesthood, and especially the High Priest.
Jesus: Greater than Aaron
In this lesson, Mike examines the passages that demonstrate that Christianity's priesthood is superior to the Aaronic priesthood.
Jesus: Greater than the Jewish Religion
This lesson demonstrates how Jesus' ministry was superior to that of the Jewish High Priest in its service to the people by producing superior results.
Jesus: Greater than the Jewish Religion
In the final part of the first section of Hebrews, the writer summarizes the reasons why Jesus' ministry is superior to that of the Jewish High Priest but also that the results of the Lord's ministry on behalf of all men yields a superior final result.
The Glory of the Church of Christ
Having finished describing Jesus' glorious life and ministry the author now focuses on the type of church that carries His glorious name.
The Glory of the Church of Christ
The writer completes this great homage to Christ with some final thoughts on holy living and a final word of encouragement and greeting.