In our last episode, Bob, Shawn, and Ken discussed those believers who have fallen away or rejected the faith while retaining their eternally secure status. Today they look at what Hebrews 6:7-8 says about the discipline that these apostatizing believers will face.
Today, the discussion centers around Hebrews 6:4-6. These verses reference those who were born-again but were in danger of falling away. Their punishment was their impending judgment.
In Hebrews 6:1-3 the author lists the basic doctrinal principles that the early Church were struggling to adopt. Many were having difficulty with letting go of their Jewish traditions. Listen in to Bob, Shawn, and Ken’s discussion on this passage.
This week we continue our series on Hebrews with Ken Yates. Today’s discussion with Bob, Shawn, and Ken focuses on Hebrews 5:11-14 and the encouragement there to be spiritually mature.
In today’s episode, Bob, Shawn, and Ken discuss the qualifications and duties of the high priest and Jesus’ role found in Hebrews 5:1-10. His suffering on earth gives us the perfect example of how we can endure suffering in our lives as well.
Today’s Grace in Focus Radio discussion completes the second warning passage in Hebrews–4:11-16. We cannot hide our weaknesses or our thoughts from our Father. But we have a Savior who can sympathize with those weaknesses. May we approach the Lord with boldness and humility to receive His mercy and grace.
Listen in to today’s discussion on Hebrews 4:1-10 as Bob, Shawn, and Ken discuss the concept of rest in the passage. What did it mean for the Jewish Christians and what does it mean for us today?
Sin comes with consequences and it always will. In today’s episode, Bob, Shawn, and Ken discuss Hebrews 3:15-19 and the discipline that the nation of Israel faced when they chose to disobey.
We continue our series on Hebrews this week with discussions featuring the author of a new commentary on the book, Ken Yates. Today, Bob, Shawn, and Ken focus on Hebrews 3:7-15. The author warns believers to stay firm to the end! Every believer has a responsibility to remain faithful to the Lord.
Hebrews 3:1-6 is the passage Bob, Shawn, and Ken discuss today. Jesus is a King, a High Priest, an Apostle, and a Prophet. And He is faithful! We need to cling to Him if we want to be His companion forever.