Summer Bible Study: WordGo’s Study of Hebrews: Week 1, Day 2: Hebrews 2

SUMMARY OF HEBREWS 2:

The writer of Hebrews warns us to pay attention to what you hear so you don’t drift away from God. The salvation you need to hear by announced by God and confirmed by those that heard him. Plus, there were signs, wonders, and miracles to confirm it.

Everything was put under Jesus, including the angels and subject to him. Jesus is made perfect through suffering.

Jesus was made human so that he could share in their humanity. His death destroyed the devil’s power over them and freed them from the fear of death. Jesus became a merciful high priest to God to atone for humanity’s sins. He can help those who are tempted because Jesus was tempted, too.

QUESTIONS FOR HEBREWS 2:

4) Everything was put under Jesus, including the angels and subject to him. Jesus is made perfect through suffering.

Jesus was made human so that he could share in their humanity. His death destroyed the devil’s power over them and freed them from the fear of death. Jesus became a merciful high priest to God to atone for humanity’s sins. He can help those who are tempted because Jesus was tempted, too.

5) The writer of Hebrews warns us to pay attention to what you hear so you don’t drift away from God. The salvation you need to hear by announced by God and confirmed by those that heard him. Plus, there were signs, wonders, and miracles to confirm it. The consequences could result in punishments.

6) Fear I’ll not have enough time to accomplish God’s role for me here. Jesus has the power to defeat every sin. Trust in him.

CONCLUSIONS TO WORDGO HEBREWS 2

I love the book of Hebrews and am super excited to be reading it again. I love this passage about Jesus being like us for us. He did so much for us. Paying attention to him is what we need to do more of.

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