Read Hebrews 9:14 carefully. For what radical purpose has God saved us in Christ? In practical terms, how should that purpose play out on Monday morning?
In Hebrews 9:22, what are we told is one of the great lessons of the ritual sacrifices offered under the law (the OT ceremonial regulations)? What are the implications of that lesson for those who want to say there is another way of salvation?
In the same verse, the author identifies what stands between unbelieving mankind and God. What do all people universally need?
Unpack and ponder some of the great truths embedded in Hebrews 9:27-28.
In what ways is Jesus Christ a superior high priest between man and God (the Father), compared to the Levitical priests under the old covenant?
Why did God replace the first (or old) covenant?
What is the beauty of the new covenant for those who know God in Christ? What are its advantages for us?
In His essential and moral being, God never changes. Some fall into great error, thinking there is basically continuity in His modes – that whatever God did yesterday, He will continue without interruption or suspension. But what about Hebrews 8:13? Is there necessarily continuity in His modes of operation?