Hebrews 5:5-6:3 (Hebrews 5:5-6:3)

Tim Douglass, March 12, 2017
Part of the Letter to the Hebrews series, preached at a Sunday Morning service

Moving right along, the author now takes a bit of a digression to take his readers to task over their spiritual knowledge. The person of Melchizedek is the point from which the digression springs, but he broadens it to cover the entire issue of knowledge of the teaching of God and the importance of continuing to learn. There seems to be an implication that part of their lack of solid faith and desire to return to the safety of conventional Judaism is due to ignorance. If we want to fully understand the arguments presented in Hebrews we are also going to have to commit to leaning the Word and exercising our senses for discernment.


About Tim Douglass: Tim is the pastor of Monitor Bible Church.
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