- Who was this letter written to? [ Hebrews 1:1-2 ]
- What danger faces the readers of this letter? [ Hebrews 4:1-2 ]
- Who determines if someone will enter God’s rest? [ Hebrews 4:5 ]
- Why did some of the people that received the gospel fail to enter God’s rest? [ Hebrews 4:6 ]
- When should the people respond to God’s gospel? [ Hebrews 4:7 ]
- Why might they not listen?
- What is the day of rest that the author of the letter is referring to? [ Hebrews 4:8-9 ]
- What is a Sabbath rest?
- What is special about God’s rest? [ Hebrews 4:10 ]
- Why should the Jewish Christians strive to enter God’s rest? [ Hebrews 4:11 ]
- What should the Jewish Christians be concerned about?
- Considering the parallel of death in the wilderness for the Israelites that did not listen to God’s word, what faces those that reject the gospel?
- What is the nature of the word of God? [ Hebrews 4:12 ]
- What is the effect of the word of God?
- How does this relate to disobedience?
- How do people appear before the Lord? [ Hebrews 4:13 ]
- What hope do the people have of hiding their sins from him?
- Why should we accept the gospel of Jesus Christ?
- When should we respond to the gospel?
- What might stop us or others from responding?
- Other than ourselves, who should we be encouraging to listen to the gospel?
- What will God’s living word reveal?
- Who will all people be judged by?
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