Sermons on Hebrews
Since Christ has provided us access to the holy places and serves as our advocate before the Father, our lives must be lived out in practical responses to His person and work.
Christ’s death on the cross is a better and more effective sacrifice than those offered under the old covenant.
Jesus is the mediator of the new covenant, made and enacted through his blood, so that we might receive all of our promised eternal inheritance.
Pastor Guy Lancour explains that Jesus Christ is the reality of what the Old Covenant prescribed as “copies” of the heavenly. Jesus, then, is the actual remedy to man’s guiltiness for sin – providing full access to God, purging our conscience from dead works – once for…
Jesus has a better priesthood because of his eternal intercession for us and his impeccable/perfect character that makes his sacrifice fully sufficient for salvation.
What makes Jesus’ priesthood better than that which was given under the Mosaic law? Why difference does that make to the Christian’s life and experience in the 21st century?
The ground for the Christian’s full assurance of hope in salvation is the certain promise and purposes of God.
On what basis can the Christian have assurance of salvation. How ought we enter into and persevere into it?
This passage is probably one of the more troubling in all of Hebrews. Pastor Guy explores the warning being given and how we should respond to it.
Far too many believers are still dependent on spiritual milk and not ready for the “meat” of serious and deep Scriptural doctrine. Pastor Guy Lancour addresses this weakness in this timely sermon.