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One of the things we can learn from our text is how we should understand and apply the Old Testament Scriptures. This is not to say that there is little direct application in the Bible. Most of the Ten Commandments directly apply to us today. We should put God first, above all others. But there are many more areas of application that become apparent when we look for points of correspondence between the Scriptures and ourselves.
Thus, the teaching of the Old Testament regarding not muzzling the ox applies to paying preachers of the gospel as we see in 1 Corinthians 9. As Paul put it in 2 Corinthians, Christ is the key that unlocks many mysteries, especially the gospel, which is hidden from the eyes of unbelieving Jews not to mention Gentiles :. For to this very day, the same veil remains when they hear the old covenant read.
It has not been removed because only in Christ is it taken away. When we read the Old Testament, we should seek to see more of Jesus.
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I can remember Dr. Lord, as we delve more deeply into the Book of Hebrews, may we see more and more of Jesus, and may He become more and more precious to us. For our good and for your glory. Deffinbaugh on July 27, See George H. Guthrie, p. It was just a year ago August 1, that the bridge which spanned the Mississippi River in Minneapolis collapsed, resulting in the death of 13 and injuring It was a year-old bridge, and quite obviously there were hidden weaknesses that went undetected until it was too late.
Sad to say, it can also happen to Christians. This started me to thinking. It was as though this professor was indicating that a number of seminary students do not persevere. A fellow-graduate and I were discussing this not long ago, and he proceeded to list a number of men in his class at seminary who had failed to persevere.
I am aware of some who have denied the faith, of others who just got weary and threw in the towel, and of some who failed morally. Even graduating from a conservative seminary is no guarantee of ending well. The problem is not a new one. How many Old Testament saints failed to finish well, falling to one kind of evil or another? This is a danger that every Christian faces, and thus we would do well — as our text exhorts us — to listen more carefully to the message that God has for us in the person and work of His Son.
As our text urges us, let us listen well to the Word of God, lest we drift into dangerous waters. The writer has changed from exposition to exhortation. It is very important that we get this text right because it will set the course for our future studies. In particular, this is true so far as to whom the author has written this epistle and to what the dangers are that he addresses. We will therefore take some extra time to assure that we are right in our conclusions regarding these matters. The first two chapters call our attention to the message which God has conveyed to us in His Son.
There are essentially three major sections, the message of which can be summarized as follows:. Therefore we must pay closer attention to what we have heard, so that we do not drift away 2 Hebrews There are two particularly important questions we must answer before going any further.
It cannot be to Christians. They can never be in danger of neglecting salvation — in the sense of not receiving it — since they already have it. They can neglect growth and discipleship, but they cannot neglect salvation.
Nor can the warning be to those who have never heard the gospel, because they cannot neglect what they do not even know exists. The warning must therefore be directed to non-Christians, specifically Jews, who are intellectually convinced of the gospel but who fail to receive it for themselves. Does he include himself among the intellectually convinced but uncommitted? Is the author saying that he himself is not a Christian? This surely is the most tragic category of people in existence. But it simply does not correspond with what we read in Hebrews.
Look at those texts in Hebrews in which the author gives us some information about his readers:. We are of his house, if in fact we hold firmly to our confidence and the hope we take pride in Hebrews , 6. The author is certainly not speaking to unbelievers here. Once again, the author is addressing believers.
Granted, they are not as mature as believers should be, but they are believers. After some very serious words of warning in Hebrews , the author has these words of reassurance to his readers:. The issue here is not their salvation, but rather their endurance. In chapter 10, we come to yet another sobering warning text in verses , but immediately after this he writes these words of encouragement:. Their conversion enlightenment is assumed, and beyond this, these saints endured a good deal of persecution for their profession of faith. They gladly endured. Now, the author says, they need to endure.
They need to fix their eyes on their eternal reward. There is good reason for optimism that the readers will do just this. But when we get to chapter 12, that is not the case at all:. For the joy set out for him he endured the cross, disregarding its shame, and has taken his seat at the right hand of the throne of God. For what son is there that a father does not discipline? The suffering these saints are experiencing are not an indication of divine distance, as though God has forsaken them and left them to their own devices. He is not raising doubts in their minds about their faith, but is explaining that their trials and tribulations are from the hand of a loving Father.
These are evidence of divine discipline, not for our destruction, but for our growth. Now look at some of the exhortations in chapter Do these sound like the words you would expect the author to be writing to unbelievers? It is possible that there may be an unbeliever or more in the group, but by and large, the recipients of the letter are believers. I believe this needs to be understood throughout the letter. Wives will quickly grasp this. Husbands may pay a measure of attention to their wives as they sit at the breakfast table, drinking their coffee and reading the paper, but not enough.
Husbands may give some attention to their wives as they sit in front of the television, watching a football game, but not enough. Guthrie sums up the various nuances of the term:. The word used here panaruomai could signify objects that slip away, such as a ring that slips off the finger, or objects that go in the wrong direction, such as a piece of food that goes into the windpipe.
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And as the metaphor suggests, it is not so much intentional as from unconcern. Christians neglect their anchor — Christ — and begin to quietly drift away. There is no friction, no dramatic sense of departure. But when the winds of trouble come, the things of Christ are left far behind, even out of sight.
So, the danger is that Christians may grow cold in their love for Christ, drift from their dependence upon the nourishment of His Word, and by this neglect, put themselves in danger. The nature of that danger will now be addressed in the verses which follow. Hebrews a.
He will show the severe consequences for Israelites who disregarded the requirements of the Law of Moses. And then he will reason that neglecting the later and fuller revelation of God in Christ is even more dangerous. He appeared in splendor from Mount Paran, and came forth with ten thousand holy ones. With his right hand he gave a fiery law to them [LXX: on his right hand were his angels with him] Deuteronomy Why then was the law given? It was added because of transgressions, until the arrival of the descendant to whom the promise had been made. It was administered through angels by an intermediary Galatians There was, then, some angelic involvement in the giving of the law, and that is exactly the point that the author draws upon.
Beginning in chapter 1, he has been showing the superiority of Christ to the angels and that continues to be his point here.
One vastly superior to the angels has brought the good news to men. Surely disregarding the message God has revealed by His Son will have more severe consequences. So just what are the consequences for neglecting the revelation which has come through the Son?cz.ivugiwev.ml
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Such people are in view in these four verses. They know the truth and even believe the truth, in the sense that they acknowledge its truthfulness, its rightness. They are well aware of the good news of salvation provided in Jesus Christ, but are not willing to commit their lives to Him. So they drift past the call of God into eternal damnation. Surely he is not saying that they will lose their salvation, is he? Certainly not! Think, for example, of Uzzah, who reached out and touched the ark and was struck dead for his irreverence.