- Who was this letter written to? [ Hebrews 1:1-2 ]
- What is discussed just before this passage and after it? [ Hebrews 4:14, 6:20 ]
- What is the problem with the people that the letter is written to? [ Hebrews 5:11-13 ]
- What could they be?
- What have they failed to do?
- How does the author hope that they will improve? [ Hebrews 5:14 ]
- What are the basic teachings? [ Hebrews 6:1-2 ]
- What danger might face those that have tasted the gospel but have not acted? [ Hebrews 6:4-8 ]
- How many times can someone be redeemed? How many times was Jesus crucified?
- What does a farmer expect from the land? [ Hebrews 6:7 ]
- Who is the “land”? Who sends the rain and is the farmer?
- What will happen to land that produces thorns and thistles? [ Hebrews 6:8 ]
- How is this related to those that hear the gospel, but fail to change?
- Why is the warning of [ Hebrews 6:4-8 ] useful to those that read this letter? [ Hebrews 6:9-12 ]
- What is the author sure of? [ Hebrews 6:9 ]
- What have the people done that God has seen? [ Hebrews 6:10 ]
- What does the author hope that the people of the church will do? [ Hebrews 6:11 ]
- How does the author hope that the people will improve? [ Hebrews 6:12 ]
- Why is the promise given to Abraham significant to the readers of this letter? [ Hebrews 6:13-18 ]
- What does it reveal about God’s character? Why is it an encouragement?
- Similar to those the letter was original written to, what should we desire?
- What is the warning in this passage?
- What is certain concerning God’s character and salvation?
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