Thursday, January 12, 2012


Hebrews 1 3: "who being the brightness of glory and the express image of his person and upholding all things by the word of His power when he had by Himself purged our sins sat down on the right hand of the majesty on high"

I want to focus on the phrase "and upholding all things by the word of His power."

The main thing these evolutionists can't figure out is, what, at a basic level, holds the universe together? This phrase in this verse tells us that God keeps things together, literally.

Hebrews 1 4-14: These verses dispel angel worship, which was very popular back in the nineties and is still quite popular today. If you are following along with me (which you should be doing) and you have a Bible with reference notes, also look up the Old Testament passages quoted in this text.
Hebrews 2 15: "and deliver them who through fear of death were all their lifetime subject to bondage"

If we're Christians, we don't need to fear death through any new diseases or nearly-fictional terrorist networks with which the media tries to scare us. The worst anyone can do to us as Christians is threaten us with eternal life or make us take a nap in the dirt.

Hebrews 2 18: "for in that He Himself has suffered being tempted He is able to succour them that are tempted"

In the wilderness, Christ was tempted in the three areas in which Satan tempts people: the lust of the flesh; the lust of the eye and the pride of life.

Hebrews 3 6: "but Christ as a son over His own house whose house are we if we hold fast the confidence and the rejoicing of the hope firm unto the end"

It is not enough for a Christian to have "believed at one time." We have to walk with Christ and endure to the end of our earthly lives. We may stumble, but we have to keep running the race.

See also Hebrews 3 14.

Hebrews 4 1-11: The early church fathers taught the Six Day Theory: God created the world in six days and rested on the seventh, likewise, God created the world 4 thousand years before Christ, and, two millennia after the birth of Christ, that is, after a total of 6 thousand years, Christ will return to rule and reign for a thousand years as 1 Peter says. This is the key to understanding the elapse of time itself.

Hebrews 5 12-14: There is the milk of the Word and the meat of the Word. Tragically, most churches and preachers stay in the milk and never transition to the more advanced things.

Hebrews 6 2: It is startling to think that baptism and healing were considered basic doctrines back in Paul's time. Today they're practically considered advanced meat of the Word.

Hebrews 6 4-6: This passage here puts to death the "once saved, always saved" doctrine. If we stop believing in God or renounce our faith due to worldly temptations or hardships, there is no more salvation for us. People who have done such a thing are basically the walking dead.

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