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08 May 2019


Hebrews, Chapter One - Part II


In Hebrews chapter one, the idea that the Greek word angels refers back to the prophets as messengers is carried over into the first four verses of chapter two, and expanded to those having heard the Lord. And at the end of chapter one, the prophets are called something different:

Read Hebrews 1:13-14: 1. What is another name by which the prophets are called? Verse 14; 1Jn 4:1

2. What is meant by ministering spirits or spirits of service (YLT)? Isa 6:8-13 (quoted by Jesus, Mt 13:14)
Read 1John 4:1-6:

3. We are told to try the spirits. Why? How?
Read 1John 2:18-27

4. What is another Greek word that John uses to expand the idea of false prophets? 1Jn 2:22

5. What is the source of antichrists? 1Jn 2:18-19

6. Who else is denied when the Jesus is denied by false teachings? 1Jn 2:22-23

7. To recognize an antichrist, what does it mean that Jesus Christ is come or not come in the flesh? 2Jn 1:7
Read Hebrews 13:2

8. What is another way of stating this scripture based on the foregoing study of angels in chapter one?

Read Hebrews 2:1-4:

9. What is the emphasis in verse one?

10. In verse 2, through whom is the word spoken? Ps 95:7-11

11. According to the context, what does verse three imply about the Lord?



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