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It is Impossible!
We do not like the word ‘impossible.’ We like to think that all things are possible. Here is what some have said. Tommy Lasorda is quoted as saying, “The difference between the impossible and the possible lies in man’s determination” … Continue reading
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Better Than The Work of Levitical Priests (Part 3)
The work of Jesus is superior to the work done by Levitical priests. This is set forth in three chapters (Hebrews 8-10). In this writing, we will consider Hebrews chapter ten. 1. Shadow v. Very Image “For the law, having … Continue reading
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Better Than The Work of Levitical Priests (Part 1)
The work of Jesus is superior to the work done by Levitical Priests. This is set forth in three chapters (Hebrews 8-10). In this writing, we will consider Hebrews chapter eight. 1. Two Tabernacles “We have such a High Priest, … Continue reading
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Better Than Levitical/Aaronic Priesthood (Part 4)
Jesus’ priesthood is more comparable to that of Melchizedek’s than it is to the priesthood of the Levites. This point is developed in three chapters (Hebrews 5:5-6, 10-11; 6:19-20; 7:1-28). In this writing, we will continue to consider Hebrews chapter … Continue reading
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Better Than Moses
The book of Hebrews is designed to exalt Christ. The book may be outlined as follows: I. Christ is a better messenger than previous messengers of God (1:1 – 4:13). II. Christ is a better priest than the Levitical priests … Continue reading
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Better Than Joshua
Israel had some great leaders in their past, men such as Moses and Joshua. Moses led them to the edge of the promised land. Joshua led them into the promised land. However, Jesus is so much better. Let’s consider how … Continue reading →