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GRBC Bible Course Lesson 58

The Genesis To Revelation Bible Course

By WILLIAM M. GROOM, Th.M., D.D.

Lesson No. 58 – Hebrews
Copyright, 1921 BY THE BIBLE STUDY PUBLISHING CO.

* KEYWORD–“SUPERIOR.”
* KEY VERSE–Heb 1:1-2.
* KEY PHRASE–“THE GOSPEL IS SUPERIOR TO THE LAW.”

Home Readings

Prof. Bruce calls “The Epistle of the Hebrews the first defense of Christianity.” Read the book through and for family altar read:–
* Sunday–Christ is superior to prophets and angels,–Heb 1.
* Monday–Christ is superior to Moses,–Heb 3.
* Tuesday–Christ is superior to Aaron.–Heb ...

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Take Up Your Cross October 27th 2014

The perfect  gift

Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning. (James 1:17 KJV)

EVERY gift is from the hand of God.  God supplies our needs even when we do not have a handle upon them God always does.  At times we may receive something that seems or feels out of place or not tailored to precisely fit our circumstances, but ...

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Take Up Your Cross October 23rd 2014

Your earthly tabernacle is unpolished but the Heavenly Tabernacle to come is perfect.

For Christ is not entered into the holy places made with hands, which are the figures of the true; but into heaven itself, now to appear in the presence of God for us: (Hebrews 9:24 KJV)

The unpolished and rough around the edges earthly tabernacle is a pattern of the perfect tabernacle in the heavens. The earthly tabernacle exists amid a natural environment fueled by filth and ...

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Who is Melchezedek?

The name Melchezedek is made up of smaller words collectively meaning my king is righteousand is name that echoes an individual who has both kingly and priestly functions.  In the Hebrew Bible He is the first individual to be given the title Kohen, or the Hebrew word for priest.

The Law of Moses stipulated only the male descendants of Aaron would be commissioned to serve as Jewish priests before the ...

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