Hebrews Inductive Study (Chapter 10)

Questions for Hebrews 10

Observation

  1.  What can the Law never do?
  2. What is impossible for the blood of bulls and goats?
  3. What was prepared for Jesus? (v. 5)
  4. We are sanctified through what? (v. 10)
  5. What can animal sacrifices never do?
  6. What happened to the veil of Herod’s temple?  What is the veil to the heavenly temple?
  7. Since Jesus is our great priest, we are encouraged to do what three actions (“Let us”)?
  8. How have the readers of Hebrews suffered? (vv. 33-34)?
  9. What are all the O.T. passages quoted in this chapter?
  10. If verse 38 is a severe warning, what is verse 39?

Interpretation

  1. Would it be acceptable to equate the Holy Spirit with Yahweh?
  2. A man, who has been sanctified by the blood of the covenant, can be in danger of doing what (v. 29)?   How do you interpret this verse?
  3. If God remembers your sins no more, is there any more need for you to confess any sins?
  4. “The day drawing near” (v. 25) – what is that day?
  5. What is the difference between doubt and apostasy?

Application

  1.  Are there some sin memories in your life that plague you continually?
  2. What are some of those repetitious rituals that you might be tempted to rely upon for achieving forgiveness before God?
  3. What are the hindrances and temptations that seek to keep you from being fully submitted to the Father and doing His will?
  4. How are you doing with the “Let us” exhortations in this chapter?
  5. How has someone else stimulated you toward love and good deeds?  How have you encouraged someone to persevere in the faith?

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