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What does "made perfect" mean in Heb 5:9?

The Perfect Work of Christ had to be accomplished and made perfect for us by Him going to the Cross, and then saying “it is finished”. The Israelites failed to bring in the New Era when they returned ...
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Who is the "he who destroyed the firstborn" in Hebrews 11:28?

Wisdom of Solomon 18 says that the Almighty Word who we know is Jesus lept from heaven from the throne of God to kill the fist born of Egypt. So, yes it was God himself in the person of the Son who ...
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What does "enter the holy place by the blood of Jesus" mean in Hebrews 10:19?

Jesus is the Lamb of God slain from the foundation of the world. Revelation 13:8 Every sin since Adam and Eve against His holy and righteous Father grieved, crushed, and pierced His heart. Genesis 6:5-...
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Heb 1:1-2 Didn't he also speak to us through His Angels?

Hebrews is making the case that the Messiah in fact came and he is King of kings and Lord of lords. The superior authority sent to fulfill the law. The old covenant vs the new covenant is the theme of ...
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When did angels ever deliver the word? (Heb. 2:2)

Hebrews is making the case that the Messiah in fact came and he is King of kings and Lord of lords. The superior authority was sent to fulfill the law. The old covenant vs the new covenant is the ...
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Heb 1:1-2 Didn't he also speak to us through His Angels?

Hebrews 1:1-2 or the rest of the bible does not show the son/Jesus speaking at any time before his birth. Hebrews 1:1 shows that the son has only recently came. There was a period of time which the ...
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Does Hebrews 1:1-2 teach that Jehovah in the OT is always the Father?

Yes the God of the old testament is the Majesty on high in Heb 1.3 Heb the whole chapter 1 demonstrates the unique, privilege, exclusive relationship Jesus has with his Father. It also demonstrates ...
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Heb 1:1-2 Didn't he also speak to us through His Angels?

He did not speak to Israel's father's through the law. Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob are considered Israel's fathers. The angels were the mediators between Israelites and God at a particular time in their ...
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Does Hebrews 1:1-2 teach that Jehovah in the OT is always the Father?

To say YHWH of the OT is not always the Father would be similar to saying that God lied and is untruthful with his statements. Who is Jesus' God and Father if it is not YHWH? Some claim that Jesus is ...
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Hebrews 1:8 – should it be ‘god’ or ‘God’?

GOD-JESUS Preamble Image: If God (the Father) was "the sun", would not Jesus (the Son) be the sun's rays and and the Holy Spirit be the "warmth" ? (A way to consider the "...
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Heb 1:1-2 Didn't he also speak to us through His Angels?

Literary Structure The writer establishes two pairs: prophets-Son and angels-Lord. Hebrews (ESV) Prophets-Son 1:1 Long ago, at many times and in many ways, God spoke to our fathers by the prophets, 1:...
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Heb 1:1-2 Didn't he also speak to us through His Angels?

Why begin with prophets? Because the author is concerned that instead of listening to the message of the gospel, Christians are returning to the message of the "old" covenant, which was ...
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Heb 1:1-2 Didn't he also speak to us through His Angels?

Both Heb 1:1 (message delivered by prophets) and Heb 2:2 (message delivered by angels) are correct for two reasons: Message variously delivered There are many messages delivered by God's prophets in ...
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Does Hebrews 1:1-2 teach that Jehovah in the OT is always the Father?

Question: Does Hebrews 1:1-2 teach that Jehovah in the OT is always the Father? Answer: Hebrews 1:1-2 does not teach that Jehovah in the OT is always the Father. The fact is, most often, we do not ...
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Does Hebrews 1:1-2 teach that Jehovah in the OT is always the Father?

The short answer: is no. This verse does not teach us that Jehovah in the Old Testament is always the Father. Let's start with a definition: Jehovah is the Hebrew name for God in the Hebrew Bible and ...
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