Shawn and Ken discuss Heb 10:11-25 on today’s show. Because of Christ’s sacrifice, we can come boldly to the throne of grace. Let us hold fast to this promise. Listen in to this encouraging discussion.
Today as we continue our series on Hebrews: Partners with Christ, Shawn and Ken discuss Heb 9:28 and 10:1-10. God’s will was that Jesus be the final, ultimate sacrifice to cover our sins. Through this sacrifice, believers have been made sanctified once and for all!
Today, Shawn and Ken discuss Hebrews 9:16-28. Death was necessary for the forgiveness of sins. Jesus Christ became the perfect substitute and the sacrifice to cover the sins of all. His blood allows us to come boldly to the throne of grace. Praise the Lord for His grace!
Today on Grace in Focus radio, we are looking at Hebrews 9 and the discussion there of the tabernacle and sacrifice. Listen in to Shawn and Ken’s explanation of this interesting topic.
Bob, Shawn, and Ken discuss Hebrews 8 in today’s broadcast and what the New Covenant meant to the Jewish Christians, and what it means to us as the Church today. Listen in to this great discussion!
In today’s episode, Bob, Shawn, and Ken give an explanation on who Melchizedek is and what he did as high priest. Hebrews 7 discusses the comparison between Melchizedek and Jesus as our eternal High Priest. Listen in to this interesting discussion!
Our series on Hebrews continues this week with a discussion on Hebrews 6:13-20 in today’s episode. What was the author of Hebrews encouraging Christians to place their hope in? Listen in as Bob, Shawn, and Ken discuss how Christ is our refuge and our anchor.
In today’s episode of Grace in Focus Radio, Bob, Shawn, and Ken are discussing Hebrews 6:9-12. Be encouraged that our good and faithful lives can be a blessing to others and inherit rewards for the life to come.
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.