From my other blog: Easter is a fun and meaningful holiday. It’s a time to enjoy the emergence of Spring and celebrate with family and friends. Easter also marks a day we set aside to reflect on Christ’s death and rejoice at his resurrection.


But, have you ever wondered why Jesus really died? What is the point of his sacrifice? What does it mean for us today? Hebrews: A Companion Guide is a free download that can help you answer these questions for yourself.


The Bible book of Hebrews is all about Jesus — who he is, how he fits in with the Old Testament, what his sacrifice accomplished, and how all that impacts contemporary believers. The problem is that a lot of us are afraid to tackle Hebrews because it seems difficult to understand. We love to pick out an occasional inspiring verse, but we have a hard time figuring out what the message of the book as a whole.


Maybe this spring it’s time for you to dig in to Hebrews and find out what it says about Jesus for yourself. And the Hebrews companion e-guide is here to help. Packed with background information and tips on interpretation, Hebrews: A Companion Guide is set up to go with you chapter-by-chapter through the book to help your personal study get off on the right foot.


Click on the book widget above to read it online or download the pdf file and print it out to tuck inside your Bible. It’s totally free to use and pass along to others.

 

 


 


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Posted by Wildman

Husband. Dad. Pastor. I like to capture moments, pull their threads, and see what unravels. Lead well, read well, think well. And grace. Lots of grace.

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