Hebrews And Epistles Analysis

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The Hebrews and Epistles is one of the basic foundations for Christian living outside the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The letters and books relate to Christian behavior, character, relationship with the Lord and how to overcome the world. The information provided in the Book of Hebrews in Chapter 1 and 2 gives us deep revelation of the sovereignty of God. The meaning of the position of the Son of God in relation to angels, assures us that Jesus as Son of God is relevant. God’s plan for salvation for Humanity was embedded in the Son of God for Eternal life. We can truly relate to the Scripture in Hebrews 2:3 “how shall we escape if we neglect so great a salvation”. However, the book of Hebrews is still being debated about its author of the letter …show more content…
Needless to say, the book has a Hebrew root and tradition tied to its Scriptures. The discussion from the Levitical Priesthood to Melchizedek, gave great insight of Jesus authority as High Priest. We should have a clear understanding of Jesus being the High Priest forever after the order of Melchizedek (Hebrews 7:17). There aren’t any other New Testament books mention this subject of Jesus Priesthood, this is vital for our Christian walk. It helps us know our true identity and give us a solid rock witness that we are saved and forgiven by Jesus Christ. Meanwhile, Hebrews 7 helps us understand a better way of tithing. After studying the Scriptures of Hebrew, we have a better reason why tithing is important; it should not be done by law; but out of love. The other Epistles such as James, Peters and Jude help us understand our role in society as believers. The book of James exclusively dissect the term “faith without work is dead” (James 2:14). We learned with faith, action is required along with your belief. One cannot say to another brother or sister, be blessed or take comfort; without offering the individual some kind of assistance. The word alone cannot cover someone who is naked nor feed a person who is hungry. We are charge by god to care for the needy along with your faith in God. As the James says, even demons believe there is a God, so believing God alone …show more content…
Submitting to our master makes heroes or good Christian folks? Could it be that these scriptures were manipulated by men to push forth a hidden agenda to control the masses and rule the people? The Holy Spirit did not bear witness to me personally, is this “The Truth”? Submitting under authority doesn’t mean that you are not contest the authority wrong doing. Therefore, if this be the case, the children of Israel should have stayed in Egypt for another 400 years until they were tired and ready to wake

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