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Lisa Harper

Hebrews: The Nearness of King Jesus: Week 6 Recap

Good Morning! Can you believe we’re already to the end of this session of bible study?  I’m so thankful for your participation in this study.  If you’re new to this site or if you’ve missed a few sessions, I will have all of the posts pertaining to Hebrews: The Nearness of King Jesus by Lisa Harper…

Hebrews: The Nearness of King Jesus: Week 5 Recap

Good Morning! Wow! We only have one more week and this session of bible study will draw to a close.  Have you enjoyed Hebrews: The Nearness of King Jesus by Lisa Harper?  I would love to know your thoughts.  I welcome any comments on this study and suggestions for future studies that you would like…

Hebrews: The Nearness of King Jesus: Week 4 Recap

Good Morning! Our text for Week 4 was Hebrews 7:1-28.  This week, we studied about the Levitical priesthood.  We began with considering the story of Moses and the bronze snake. (see Numbers 21)  The bronze snake had represented God’s faithfulness, yet over time, the snake became an object of worship.  The people had taken a…

Hebrews: The Nearness of King Jesus: Week 3 Recap

Good Morning! We have reached the halfway mark in our study.  I’m always amazed at how quickly a study goes by.   I guess its like the old saying, “Time flies when you’re having fun.” During this week’s lessons, we looked at passages regarding Jesus, our great high priest.  We discovered and considered the reasons that…

Hebrews: The Nearness of King Jesus: Week 2 Recap

Good Morning! Hebrews 3:1-6, the focal text for this week, encourages the reader as a believer in Christ to consider Jesus, the high priest and apostle of their confession, because he was faithful to God who appointed him.  The reason for this consideration is found in the first two chapters of Hebrews but culminates in…

Hebrews: The Nearness of King Jesus : Week 1 Recap

Good Morning! Hebrews is an amazing letter of exhortation {Heb. 13:22} written by an unknown pastor to Hellenistic Jews who were scattered around the Mediterranean and Middle East.  They were enduring a great conflict of sufferings {Heb. 10:32-34} and were in danger of growing weary and losing hope.  The pastor encourages them to consider Jesus…