Category Archives: Hebrews

On Our Behalf

Except for those few hours on the cross when He was forsaken–and that in a manner which I do not fully comprehend–the Son has ever been with the Father. Since before the foundation of the earth the Son has been … Continue reading

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Appointed

Hovering over Hebrews 5 this morning. And a fresh sense of awe and wonder rolls over me as I realize how little I’m able to really grasp of the mysterious nature and workings of a Triune God. Not just how … Continue reading

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Receive Mercy, Find Grace

I frequent it on a regular basis. Yet, for the last several years, there’s also been an annual trek to this place. Six years ago events transpired in August that were life changing, and, five-and-a-half years later, would be life … Continue reading

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Much Closer Attention

When you see a “therefore” in Scripture it’s good to pause to take note of what the therefore is there for. Such practical counsel on reading the Bible was put on my radar years and years ago, and continues to … Continue reading

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A Seated Savior

“Don’t make me get up!” Kind of remember hearing that once or twice (ok, . . . maybe more often than that) when I was a kid. It was a warning. Often the last warning. If my dad had to … Continue reading

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What’s He Thinking?

If I’m picking up what David is laying down this morning, then God sees me. Not just in some macro sense, as in, if God sees everything and knows everything then of course He sees me. Rather, it seems that … Continue reading

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Acceptable Worship

It seems there’s going facedown and then there’s going facedown. One almost out of compulsion–almost forced through trembling fear. The other an act of glorious freedom, willingly fueled by high regard and godly, reverent fear. The first, going facedown because … Continue reading

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