In Hebrews 8, the author describes the new covenant ushered in by Jesus Christ as superior to the old covenant. His description points to a relationship enabled by the blood of Christ, not a new religion.
The author of Hebrews uses the account of Melchizedek to help his Hebrew audience understand that Jesus Christ came as the high priest of a new covenant.
This week Tim discusses Matthew 12. Jesus performed miracles in response to need, not to impress people or to prove who He was. He has proven himself over and over again.
After warning his readers of the ultimate threat of repeating the errors of their ancestors, the author of Hebrews qualifies the threat of never entering God’s rest.
The author of Hebrews uses his reader’s shared history to warn them of the peril of missing out on God’s Sabbath Rest.