Living in the light of the gospel was especially challenging for many Jewish Christians in the first century. After receiving the long-awaited Messiah, they were often disregarded by their family, friends, and neighbors as dangerous, misguided, or even disloyal to God. The letter to the Hebrews was written to reveal that you can't go back to an earlier stage of God's purposes. We must press on, because the best is yet to come.
N. T. Wright approaches Bible study with a scholar's mind and a pastor's heart. Through this guide, Tom Wright will guide individuals and small groups through Hebrews, to bring contemporary application of Scripture to life. Thoughtful questions, prayer suggestions, and useful background and cultural information will take readers deeper into God's Word. Find out how you can participate more fully in God's kingdom.
- God's One and Only Son (Hebrews 1)
- Jesus as the Truly Human Being (Hebrews 2)
- Hold On Tight (Hebrews 3)
- Getting Through to the Sabbath Rest (Hebrews 4:1-13)
- The Son Becomes the Priest (Hebrews 4:14—5:14)
- Keep Up the Good Work (Hebrews 6)
- The Permanent Priesthood of Jesus (Hebrews 7)
- The Promise of a New Covenant (Hebrews 8)
- The Sacrifice of the Messiah (Hebrews 9)
- Come to Worship (Hebrews 10)
- What Faith Really Means (Hebrews 11)
- Looking to Jesus (Hebrews 12)
- The God of Peace Be with You (Hebrews 13)