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The primary thing that I am seeing is that God is to be blessed because he predestined us.
Ephesians 1:3-10
We are predestined to obtain an inheritance.
Ephesians 1:11-14
Paul takes the opportunity to elaborate on the authority of Christ.
Ephesians 1:15-23
Though the grace that we have been given is not dependent upon our works, we are created for good works.
Ephesians 2:1-10
It seems to me that this entire passage is based upon unity in Christ.
Ephesians 2:11-22
This is a very peculiar paragraph of Ephesians.
Ephesians 3:1-6
This is a very peculiar paragraph of Ephesians.
Ephesians 3:1-13
I believe that the central idea of this text is the emphasis on the one true  gospel.
Galatians 1:1-10
This passage is really a demonstration of the superiority of the Son over the angels.
Hebrews 1:5-14
The revelation of God "in these last days" is  the person of Jesus Christ.
Hebrews 1:1-4
The inference here is that Jesus is the "builder" of Moses  --> This fits with chapter 1, th...
Hebrews 3:1-6
Why does Jesus directly go from referring to the temple as "my Father's house" to speaking about the...
John 2:13-25
The idea of striving seems to  be built upon the foundation of not yet attaining the rest that God has promised.
Hebrews 4:1-13
This was a very tricky passage for me to arc.
Hebrews 4:14-5:10
Ok, this is far and away the most difficult arc that I have ever done.
Hebrews 5:11-6:12
This passage gives us insight into the faithfulness of God and the hope that we have in the priestly character of Christ Jesus.
Hebrews 6:13-20
The author is relentless in showing that Jesus is superior to Levi.
Hebrews 7:11-28
  Seems to give narrative (vs.
Hebrews 7:1-10
The action of Christ is, once again, juxtaposed with the action of the high priest of the Levitical line.
Hebrews 9:11-14
The author really grounds his main points in the OT references.
Hebrews 8:1-13
Main point :             Disciples give gener...
Matthew 6:1-4
This passage seems to be an exposition of Jeremiah 31:33-34 in that it explains how  God writes...
Hebrews 10:8-18
19-25 and 26-31 express two possibilities: 1) You endure till the end as the day draws near.
Hebrews 10:19-39
Christ came into the world because God desired obedience and not simply sacrifice.
Hebrews 10:1-7
Questions concerning this arc: 1) Is there a progression in Paul's list of blessings in Christ? Atte...
Ephesians 1:3-14
Questions concerning this arc: 1)  What end does Paul hope to accomplish by telling the Ephesia...
Ephesians 1:15-23
Questions concerning this arc: 1) How does the mystery of the Gentiles being fellow heirs with the J...
Ephesians 3:1-13
Questions concerning this arc: 1) Why does Paul choose to use gar at the beginning of verse 10 if he...
Ephesians 2:1-10
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Hold Fast by Taking Care
Hebrews 3:7-19
This entire passage is essentially an exposition of Psalm 95:7-11.
Published June 1st, 2012
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This entire passage is essentially an exposition of Psalm 95:7-11. The author of Hebrews looks at Ps. 95 and its implications for us. Having just finished Heb. 3:1-6 which exhorts his listeners to be faithful as Christ and Moses were faithful, he now moves on to show how we can persevere and "hold fast our confidence and our boasting in our hope." (3:6) We do this by guarding our hearts so they do not become hard like the unfaithful generation of Moses' day.
10000000053965 53965 Notes 2010-10-21 06:38:54 2010-10-21 07:23:30 This entire passage is essentially an exposition of Psalm 95:7-11. The author of Hebrews looks at Ps. 95 and its implications for us. Having just finished Heb. 3:1-6 which exhorts his listeners to be faithful as Christ and Moses were faithful, he now moves on to show how we can persevere and "hold fast our confidence and our boasting in our hope." (3:6) We do this by guarding our hearts so they do not become hard like the unfaithful generation of Moses' day. notes
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Hebrews 3:7-19
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Therefore, as the Holy Spirit says, "Today, if you hear his voice,
do not harden your hearts
as in the rebellion,
on the day of testing in the wilderness,
temporal
where your fathers put me to the test and saw my works for forty years.
ideaexplanation
Therefore I was provoked with that generation, and said, 'They always go astray in their heart;
they have not known my ways.'
ground
As I swore in my wrath, 'They shall not enter my rest.'"
actionresult
actionmanner
Take care, brothers,
lest there be in any of you an evil, unbelieving heart,
leading you to fall away from the living God.
But exhort one another every day,
as long as it is called "today,"
that none of you may be hardened by the deceitfulness of sin.
actionpurpose
For we have come to share in Christ,
if indeed we hold our original confidence firm to the end.
conditional
As it is said, "Today, if you hear his voice,
do not harden your hearts as in the rebellion."
For who were those who heard and yet rebelled?
Was it not all those who left Egypt led by Moses?
questionanswer
And with whom was he provoked for forty years?
Was it not with those who sinned, whose bodies fell in the wilderness?
And to whom did he swear that they would not enter his rest,
but to those who were disobedient?
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So we see that they were unable to enter
because of unbelief.
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10000000053965 53965 Arc 2010-10-21 06:38:54 2010-10-21 07:23:30 editing Hebrews 3 7 3 19 Hebrews 3:7-19 58 NT esv i59196 i59197 i59170 Therefore, as the Holy Spirit says, "Today, if you hear his voice, i59198 i59171 do not harden your hearts i59199 i59200 i59201 i59172 as in the rebellion, i59173 on the day of testing in the wilderness, temporal 1 i59174 where your fathers put me to the test and saw my works for forty years. ideaexplanation 1 i59202 i59203 i59175 Therefore I was provoked with that generation, and said, 'They always go astray in their heart; i59176 they have not known my ways.' ground 1 i59177 As I swore in my wrath, 'They shall not enter my rest.'" actionresult 2 actionresult 2 actionmanner 1 actionresult 2 i59204 i59205 i59206 i59178 Take care, brothers, i59207 i59179 lest there be in any of you an evil, unbelieving heart, i59180 leading you to fall away from the living God. ideaexplanation 1 actionresult 2 i59208 i59209 i59181 But exhort one another every day, i59182 as long as it is called "today," ideaexplanation 1 i59183 that none of you may be hardened by the deceitfulness of sin. actionpurpose 2 actionmanner 1 i59210 i59211 i59184 For we have come to share in Christ, i59185 if indeed we hold our original confidence firm to the end. conditional 2 1 i59212 i59186 As it is said, "Today, if you hear his voice, i59187 do not harden your hearts as in the rebellion." actionresult 2 ground 1 i59213 i59214 i59215 i59188 For who were those who heard and yet rebelled? i59189 Was it not all those who left Egypt led by Moses? questionanswer 2 i59216 i59190 And with whom was he provoked for forty years? i59191 Was it not with those who sinned, whose bodies fell in the wilderness? questionanswer 2 i59217 i59192 And to whom did he swear that they would not enter his rest, i59193 but to those who were disobedient? questionanswer 2 series i59218 i59194 So we see that they were unable to enter i59195 because of unbelief. ideaexplanation 1 inference 2 bilateral 1 1 1 1 esv 25 a 50 discourse
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