The Book of Hebrews: 1:5-9 (NLT)


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The Book of Hebrews (NLT): This Book argues for the superiority of Jesus Christ over the Jewish law and traditions, showing that He is the ultimate high priest and the perfect sacrifice for sin. The author emphasizes the need for perseverance in faith, warning against falling away from the truth and encouraging the readers to hold fast to their faith in Christ. The Book of Hebrews is located in the New Testament containing 13 chapters and a total of 303 verses. 


Author: Attributed to the apostle Paul, but its true author is anonymous. 


Theme: The superiority of Jesus Christ as the ultimate revelation of God and the fulfillment of the Old Testament law and prophecies. The new covenant that Jesus brought is superior to the old covenant under the law and faith is superior.


Timeline: Believed to have been written between AD 60 and AD 70 before the destruction of Jerusalem and the temple.


Structure: A New Testament letter written to Jewish Christians.


Recipients: Jewish Christians.


Importance: The book of Hebrews is considered authoritative scripture and provides important teachings on the person and work of Jesus Christ, as well as the superiority of faith and the new covenant over the old covenant. It is also considered profitable for doctrine, reproof, correction, and instruction in righteousness, as stated in 2nd Timothy 4:16.




Scripture Insights: 


The theme of these verses is to show the Jewish believers that Jesus Christ is far superior than the angels because He is the Son of God (came to earth as a man), and is God the creator of all including angels. Angels were used by God to communicate not only to the prophets of old but also to ordinary people. For example, an angel appeared to Mary to tell her that she had been chosen by God to carry and give birth to the Messiah.


Since it was not unusual for angels to appear to Jewish men and women, the scriptures had to show that Jesus was not an angel or had the same status as the angels but was in fact the creator of angelic beings. Jesus stripped Himself of His deity (Phil. 2:7) and came to earth as a man, and God the Father called Him, His Son, His only begotten Son (Psalm 2:7; John 3:16), the firstborn of God the Father.


As Isaiah 9:6 states, “For unto us a Child is born, to us a Son is given, and the government will be upon His shoulder. And He will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.” His throne is forever and ever and He reigns with righteousness and angels worship Him.




Today's Prayer


Father God, I thank You for who You have helped me become in my life thus far. I recognize that there are things I am working on to improve and I thank You for continuing to do Your good work in me no matter what. Continue to direct me and help me overcome the challenges I currently face so I can continue to progress in all the areas of my life in Jesus name Amen.


God Bless,



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