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Outside the Camp (Hebrews 13)

By Hebrews, Talks

In this, the final talk in our series on Hebrews, Sams vividly takes us through what the Pastor of Hebrews’ culminating response to the superiority of Christ means for the church: meeting Christ outside the camp. This is not an easy race to run but in it is redemption, hope and resurrection life. Moreover, the Pastor emphasises the need to do this together, not alone.

The Unshakeable Reality (Hebrews 10)

By Hebrews, Talks

As the Pastor wraps up his argument about Jesus being the great High Priest, he gives one final warning to the church. And in this warning does everything he can to wake them up from the shadows of the Old Testament, and into the reality of the unshakeable truth, the unshakeable community, and the unshakeable home that we have in Christ.

Covenant and Sacrifice (Hebrews 8-9)

By Hebrews, Talks

Like children, we can live for what we want. But these chapters show us what we really need: a great high priest to bring us near to God. Guest speaker Nick Brennan helps us to walk through these tricky passages, to understand the hope we have because of the faithfulness and mercy of our great high priest.

A High Priest Forever (Hebrews 7)

By Hebrews, Talks

You might not have heard of Melchizedek (and for good reason; he only appears in two short passages in the Old Testament). But to the Pastor of the Hebrew church, he’s a vital figure figure foreshadowing Jesus and his eternal priesthood. Our guest preacher Steve Young helps to walk us through this tricky passage.

An Anchor for the Soul (Hebrews 5:11-6:20)

By Hebrews, Talks

The Pastor both warns the church that they are spiritually lazy, and encourages them because they’re showing the fruit of genuine faith. So which is it? In this passage, we see that we need both warnings and promises to stay strong in our Christian walk, to keep our eyes firmly fixed on Jesus.

A Remedy for a Hard Heart (Hebrews 3:1–4:13)

By Hebrews, Talks

How do you like your heart? When the Pastor is preaching to the church about the need to hear the word of God, he gives them a vision of Israel’s hard hearts and call them to hear more closely, with a soft heart. In applying this, he gives them two habits to grow soft hearts: the habit of community, and the habit of meeting God in his word.