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1:1

s3pe

How has God spoken in the past?

God has spoken in the past through the prophets at many times and in many ways.

3

1:2

wmho

How has God spoken in these recent days?

God has spoken in these recent days through a Son.

4

1:2

qsni

Through whom were the ages made?

The ages were made through the Son of God.

5

1:3

suav

How are all things sustained?

All things are sustained by the word of the Son of God’s power.

6

1:3

t73s

How does the Son display the glory and essence of God?

The Son is the radiance of God’s glory and the representation of God’s essence.

7

1:4

q7xp

How does the Son of God compare to the angels?

The Son of God is far superior to the angels.

8

1:6

djak

What did God command the angels to do when the Son was brought into the world?

God commanded the angels to worship the Son when the Son was brought into the world.

9

1:8

tqxo

How long will the Son rule as a king?

The Son will rule as a king for ever and ever.

10

1:9

v22q

What does the Son love and what does the Son hate?

The Son loves righteousness and the Son hates lawlessness.

11

1:10-11

y2vl

What will happen to the earth and heavens over time?

The earth and heavens will wear out like a garment and perish.

12

1:13

ex08

Where did God tell the Son to sit, and until what happened?

God told the Son to sit at his right hand until God made the Son’s enemies a stool for the Son’s feet.

13

1:14

jctl

For whom do the angels care?

The angels care for those who are going to inherit salvation.

14

2:1

e8t6

Why must believers pay attention to what they have heard?

Believers must pay attention to what they have heard so that they do not drift away from it.

15

2:2

wje0

What would every transgression and disobedience receive?

Every transgression and disobedience would receive just punishment.

16

2:4

oiz6

How did God testify to the message of salvation announced by the Lord?

God testified to the message by signs, wonders, powerful deeds, and by the gifts of the Holy Spirit.

17

2:5

fdef

Who will not rule the world to come?

Angels will not rule the world to come.

18

2:7-8

okqg

Who will rule the world to come?

Man will rule the world to come.

19

2:9

j0o4

Why was Jesus crowned with glory and honor?

Jesus was crowned with glory and honor because of his suffering and death.

20

2:9

ahfm

For whom did Jesus taste death?

Jesus tasted death for every man.

21

2:10

yjfz

Whom does God plan to bring to glory?

God plans to bring many sons to glory.

22

2:11

ov8n

Who are the two who come from the one source, God?

Both the one who sanctifies and those who are sanctified come from the one source, God.

23

2:14

h4w8

Who was made ineffective through Jesus’ death?

The devil was made ineffective through Jesus’ death.

24

2:15

dyfk

From what slavery are people freed through the death of Jesus?

Through the death of Jesus, people are freed from the fear of death.

25

2:17

bokd

Why was it necessary for Jesus to be like his brothers in all ways?

It was necessary so that he might become a merciful and faithful high priest over God’s things, and so he might obtain forgiveness for the people’s sins.

26

2:18

w3tq

Why is Jesus able to help those who are tempted?

Jesus is able to help those who are tempted because he was tempted also.

27

3:1

lqsl

What two roles does the author of the book of Hebrews say Jesus fills?

The author says Jesus is an apostle and a high priest.

28

3:2-3

aa7p

Why has Jesus been considered worthy of greater glory than Moses?

Jesus has been considered worthy of greater glory because while Moses was faithful in all God’s house, Jesus is the one who built the house.

29

3:5

rn1u

What was Moses’ role in God’s house?

Moses was a servant in God’s house.

30

3:5

lcnt

About what did Moses give testimony?

Moses gave testimony about the things that were to be spoken of in the future.

31

3:6

ie63

What is Jesus’ role in God’s house?

Jesus' role is as a Son in charge of God’s house.

32

3:6

vf5k

Who is God’s house?

The believers are God’s house if they hold fast to their confidence.

33

3:7-8

yvzc

What did the Israelites in the wilderness do when they heard God’s voice?

The Israelites hardened their hearts.

34

3:10-11

qarg

What did God swear concerning the Israelites who went astray in their hearts?

God swore that they would not enter his rest.

35

3:12

yti8

Of what are the brothers warned to be careful?

The brothers are warned to be careful not to turn away from the living God by unbelief.

36

3:13

lkhh

What are the brothers to do in order to avoid being hardened by the deceitfulness of sin?

The brothers are to encourage one another daily.

37

3:14

ynpz

As partners of Christ, what must believers do?

As partners of Christ, believers must firmly hold their confidence in him from the beginning to the end.

38

3:17

tkxa

With whom was God angry for 40 years?

God was angry with those who sinned in the wilderness.

39

3:17

sily

What happened to those with whom God was angry?

Their dead bodies lay in the wilderness.

40

3:19

lesq

Why were the disobedient Israelites not able to enter God’s rest?

They were not able to enter God’s rest, because of unbelief.

41

4:2

d4kt

What good news had the believers and the Israelites both heard?

The believers and the Israelites had both heard the good news about God’s rest.

42

4:2

kamc

Why did the good news not benefit the Israelites?

The good news did not benefit the Israelites because they did not join in faith with those who believed it.

43

4:3

hc9o

Who are the ones who enter God’s rest?

Those who have believed enter God’s rest.

44

4:3-4

sx3t

When did God finish his created works and then rest?

God finished his created works at the beginning of the world and then rested on the seventh day.

45

4:5-6

oqf6

What did God say about the Israelites and his rest?

God said that the Israelites would not enter his rest.

46

4:7

n0ki

What day has God now set for people to enter his rest?

God has set “Today” as the day for people to enter his rest.

47

4:7

txiv

What must a person do in order to enter God’s rest?

A person must listen to God’s voice and not harden his heart.

48

4:9

a832

What is still reserved for God’s people?

A Sabbath rest is still reserved for God’s people.

49

4:10

roo0

A person who enters God’s rest also rests from what?

A person who enters God’s rest also rests from his works.

50

4:11

uub1

Why should believers be eager to enter God’s rest?

Believers should be eager to enter God’s rest so that they do not fall into disobedience as the Israelites did.

51

4:12

cd4v

What is the word of God sharper than?

The word of God is sharper than any two-edged sword.

52

4:12

y6uw

What is the Word of God able to divide?

The Word of God is able to divide soul from spirit and joints from marrow.

53

4:12

e6qy

What is the Word of God able to discern?

The Word of God is able to discern the thoughts and intentions of the heart.

54

4:13

opug

Who or what is hidden from God’s sight?

No created thing is hidden from God’s sight.

55

4:14

mb8g

Who serves as the great high priest for believers?

Jesus, the Son of God, serves as the great high priest for believers.

56

4:15

l5cm

Why does Jesus feel sympathy for the weaknesses of believers?

Jesus feels sympathy for the weaknesses of believers because he was in all ways tempted.

57

4:15

z66r

How many times did Jesus sin?

Jesus never sinned. Jesus was without sin.

58

4:16

poo3

In time of need, what are believers to do to receive mercy and find grace?

In time of need, believers are to approach with confidence to the throne of grace.

59

5:1

f9kg

What does every high priest do on behalf of the people?

For the people, every high priest offers gifts and sacrifices for sins.

60

5:3

qzso

In addition to the people, for whom does the high priest also present sacrifices?

The high priest also presents sacrifices for his own sins.

61

5:4

cfxd

How does a man receive the honor of being a high priest of God?

A man must be called by God to be a high priest of God.

62

5:5

cty9

Who declared Christ to be a high priest?

God declared Christ to be a high priest.

63

5:6

dxsz

For how long is Christ God’s high priest?

Christ is God’s high priest forever.

64

5:6

fllb

Of what order is Christ as a high priest?

Christ is a high priest of the order of Melchizedek.

65

5:7

b3bt

Why was Christ heard by God when he prayed?

Christ was heard by God because of his godly life.

66

5:8

ly69

How did Christ learn obedience?

Christ learned obedience from the things he suffered.

67

5:9

ewdj

For whom did Christ become the cause of eternal salvation?

For everyone who obeys him, Christ became the cause of their eternal salvation.

68

5:11

meb6

What was the spiritual condition of the original readers of this letter?

The original readers were dull of hearing.

69

5:14

yjmd

How does the author of the letter say that believers grow from spiritual babies into full-grown adults?

Believers grow spiritually by practicing distinguishing right from wrong, discerning both good and evil.

70

6:1

wxuj

On to what does the author of Hebrews want the believers to go forward?

The author of Hebrews wants the believers to go forward to maturity.

71

6:1-2

t338

What teachings does the author list as the foundation of the message of Christ?

The foundational teachings are repentance from dead works, faith in God, baptisms, laying on of hands, the resurrection of the dead, and eternal judgment.

72

6:4-5

uei1

What had these enlightened people gained?

These enlightened people had tasted the heavenly gift, became sharers of the Holy Spirit, and tasted God’s Word and the powers of the age to come.

73

6:4-6

fv1b

What is impossible for those who gained so much in Christ but then fell away, to do?

It is impossible for those who gained so much in Christ, but then fell away, to be restored again to repentance.

74

6:6

f7cx

Why are these people not able to be restored to repentance?

They are not able to be restored because they have crucified for themselves the very Son of God and exposed him to public shame.

75

6:7-8

vbwv

In the author’s analogy, what happens to land that receives rain but bears thorns and thistles?

Land that receives rain but bears thorns and thistles has its end in burning.

76

6:9

kb20

What is the author’s expectation concerning the believers to whom he is writing?

The author expects better things concerning these believers, things that are about salvation.

77

6:10

sl6h

What will God not forget about these believers?

God will not forget their work, love of God, and service to the saints.

78

6:12

itts

What should the believers imitate about those who inherit the promises of God?

The believers should imitate the faith and patience of those who inherit the promises of God.

79

6:13-15

xe2b

What did Abraham have to do in order to obtain what God promised him?

Abraham had to wait patiently to obtain what God promised him.

80

6:17

bg60

Why did God guarantee his promise with an oath?

God guaranteed his promise with an oath to show more clearly the unchangeable quality of his purpose.

81

6:18

drj0

What is it impossible for God to do?

It is impossible for God to lie.

82

6:19

y6sq

What does the believer’s hope in God do for his soul?

The believer’s hope in God is a secure and reliable anchor for his soul.

83

6:19-20

q05h

Where did Jesus enter as the forerunner for the believers?

Jesus entered into the inner place behind the curtain as the forerunner for the believers.

84

7:1

tml2

What two titles did Melchizedek have?

Melchizedek was king of Salem and priest of God Most High.

85

7:2

f0in

What did Abraham give Melchizedek?

Abraham gave Melchizedek a tenth of everything he had captured.

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7:2

hmv9

What does the name Melchizedek mean?

The name Melchizedek means “king of righteousness” and “king of peace”.

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7:3

sc74

Who were the ancestors of Melchizedek, and when did he die?

Melchizedek was without ancestors and has no end of life.

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7:5

aeg4

From whom are the priests descended who are priests according to the Law and who collect tithes from the people?

The priests of the Law are descended from Levi, and before him, from Abraham.

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7:7

s2i6

Who was the greater person, Abraham or Melchizedek?

Melchizedek was the greater person because he blessed Abraham

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7:9-10

l3cd

In what way did Levi himself also pay tithes to Melchizedek?

Levi also paid tithes to Melchizedek, because Levi was of the seed of Abraham, and Abraham paid tithes to Melchizedek.

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7:12

ahni

What must also be changed when the priesthood changes?

The law must be changed when the priesthood changes.

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7:14

wa4j

From which tribe did Jesus descend, and had this tribe served before at the altar as priests?

Jesus descended from the tribe of Judah, which had never before served at the altar as priests.

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7:16

ext0

On what basis did Jesus become a priest after the order of Melchizedek?

Jesus became a priest after the order of Melchizedek based on the power of an indestructible life.

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7:18-19

mxk9

What has been set aside because it is weak and useless?

The former commandment, the Law, has been set aside because it is weak and useless.

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7:21

k1vr

What oath did God swear concerning Jesus?

God swore that Jesus would be a priest forever.

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7:22

gr7u

Of what is Jesus the guarantee?

Jesus is the guarantee of a better covenant.

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7:25

iilz

Why is Jesus able to completely save those who draw near to God through him?

Jesus is able to completely save those who draw near to God through him because he always lives to intercede for them.

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7:26

rjgo

What four attributes does Jesus have that make him the right priest for believers?

Jesus is holy, innocent, pure, and separated from sinners.

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7:26

rpt9

What offering did Jesus need to make for his own sins?

Jesus did not need to make any offering for his own sins, because he is sinless.

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7:27

gyg3

What offering did Jesus make for the sins of the people?

Jesus offered up himself once for the sins of the people.

101

7:28

p88f

How is Jesus different from the priests who were appointed through the Law?

The priests who were appointed through the Law were weak, but Jesus has been made perfect forever.

102

8:1

wroo

Where is the believers’ high priest sitting?

The believers’ high priest is sitting at the right hand of the throne of the Majesty in the heavens.

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8:2

b361

Where is the true tabernacle?

The true tabernacle is in the heavens.

104

8:3

agm5

What is necessary for every priest to have?

Every priest must have something to offer.

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8:4

zy6f

Where were the priests who offered gifts according to the Law?

The priests who offered gifts according to the Law were on the earth.

106

8:5

zfkn

What did the priests on earth serve?

The priests on earth served an example and a shadow of the heavenly things.

107

8:5

umx6

According to what pattern was the earthly tabernacle built?

The earthly tabernacle was built according to the pattern God showed Moses on the mountain.

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8:6

exip

Why does Christ have a superior priestly ministry?

Christ has a superior priestly ministry because he is the mediator of a better covenant, established on better promises.

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8:8

csg9

What did God promise when he found fault with the people under the first covenant?

God promised to make a new covenant with the house of Israel and with the house of Judah.

110

8:10

faun

What did God say he would do in the new covenant?

God said he would put his laws into the people’s minds, and write them on their hearts.

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8:11

yl4f

In the new covenant, who will know the Lord?

In the new covenant, all will know the Lord, from the least to the greatest.

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8:12

w57s

What did God say he would do with the people’s sins in the new covenant?

God said he would remember the people’s sins no more.

113

8:13

yho0

In announcing a new covenant, what did God make the first covenant?

In announcing a new covenant, God made the first covenant obsolete, growing old and disappearing.

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9:1-2

ktg8

What was the place of worship for the first covenant?

The place of worship for the first covenant was the earthly holy place which was called the “tabernacle.”

115

9:2

k340

What was located in the holy place of the earthly tabernacle?

In the holy place of the earthly tabernacle were the lampstand, the table, and the bread of the presence.

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9:3-4

ho08

What was located in the most holy place of the earthly tabernacle?

In the most holy place of the earthly tabernacle were the altar for incense and the ark of the covenant.

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9:7

covs

How often did the high priest enter the Holy of Holies, and what did he do before he entered?

The high priest entered the Holy of Holies once each year, after making a blood sacrifice for himself and the people.

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9:9

lcdp

What served as an illustration in the present time for the readers of this letter?

The earthly tabernacle and the gifts and sacrifices being offered there served as an illustration in the present time.

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9:9

qsj9

What were the offerings of the earthly tabernacle not able to do?

The offerings of the earthly tabernacle were not able to perfect the worshiper’s conscience.

120

9:10

y985

Until when were the regulations of the earthly tabernacle provided?

The regulations of the earthly tabernacle were provided until the new order would be put in place.

121

9:11

qh76

What is different about the sacred tent in which Christ serves?

The sacred tent in which Christ serves is more perfect, is not made by human hands, and does not belong to this created world.

122

9:12

oqyb

What offering did Christ make, by which he entered the Holy of Holies?

Christ made an offering of his own blood by which he entered the Holy of Holies.

123

9:12

nazu

What did Christ’s offering accomplish?

Christ’s offering secured everlasting redemption for everyone.

124

9:14

uxpr

What does Christ’s blood do for the believer?

Christ’s blood cleanses the believer’s conscience from dead deeds to serve the living God.

125

9:15

cm88

Of what is Christ the mediator?

Christ is the mediator of a new covenant.

126

9:17

i5fg

What is required in order for a will to be in force?

A death is required in order for a will to be in force.

127

9:18-19

szwf

What death was required for the first covenant?

The death of calves and goats was required for the first covenant.

128

9:22

a9je

What cannot happen without the shedding of blood?

Without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness of sins.

129

9:24

ng7o

Where does Christ now appear on our behalf?

Christ now appears in heaven itself, in the presence of God, on our behalf.

130

9:26

kb8v

How many times must Christ offer himself to put away sin by the sacrifice of himself?

Christ offers himself one time, at the end of the ages, to put away sin by the sacrifice of himself.

131

9:27

cod9

For every person, what happens after their death?

After every person dies, they face the judgment.

132

9:28

w4x3

For what purpose will Christ appear a second time?

Christ will appear a second time for the salvation of those who wait eagerly for him.

133

10:1

byez

What is the law compared to the realities in Christ?

The law is only a shadow of the realities in Christ.

134

10:3

z30h

Of what do the repeated sacrifices made through the law remind the worshipers?

The repeated sacrifices made through the law remind the worshipers of sins committed year after year.

135

10:4

k3qg

What is it impossible for the blood of bulls and goats to do?

It is impossible for the blood of bulls and goats to take away sins.

136

10:5

wdrp

What did God prepare for Christ when Christ came into the world?

God prepared a body for Christ.

137

10:8

g1wh

What practice did God set aside when Christ came into the world?

God set aside the first practice of the sacrifices offered according to the law.

138

10:10

aklh

What practice did God establish when Christ came into the world?

God established the second practice of the offering of the body of Jesus Christ once for all.

139

10:12-13

vc86

For what is Christ waiting as he sits at the right side of God?

Christ is waiting until his enemies are humbled and made a stool for his feet.

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10:14

bscl

By his one offering, what has Christ done for those sanctified?

Christ has perfected forever those who are sanctified by his one offering.

141

10:18

hshq

What is no longer required where there is forgiveness of sins?

Additional sacrifices are no longer required where there is forgiveness of sins.

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10:19

pbqt

Into what place can believers now enter by Jesus’ blood?

Believers can now enter the most holy place by Jesus’ blood.

143

10:22

o4t3

What has been sprinkled and what has been washed in the believer?

The believer’s heart has been sprinkled clean from an evil conscience, and his body has been washed with pure water.

144

10:23

n6yz

To what must believers hold tightly?

Believers must hold tightly to the confession of their hope.

145

10:25

n3ff

What must believers do as they see the day drawing near?

Believers must encourage one another more and more as they see the day drawing near.

146

10:26-27

sp8d

What is the expectation of those who deliberately go on sinning after receiving the knowledge of the truth?

The expectation of those who deliberately go on sinning after receiving the knowledge of the truth is judgment and a fiery zeal that consumes God’s enemies.

147

10:28-29

hww1

What does the person deserve who treats the blood of Christ, by which he was sanctified, as something unholy?

The person who treats the blood of Christ by which he was sanctified as something unholy deserves punishment without mercy beyond the punishment given under the law of Moses.

148

10:30

prxw

To whom does vengeance belong?

Vengeance belongs to the Lord.

149

10:34

ai3i

How had the believers who received this letter reacted to the seizure of their possessions?

The believers had accepted with joy the seizure of their possessions, knowing they had a better and everlasting possession.

150

10:35-36

dgcc

What must the believer need not throw away so he may receive what God has promised?

The believer needs to retain his confidence so he may receive what God has promised.

151

10:38

pr4m

How will the righteous live?

The righteous will live by faith.

152

10:38

tasb

What does God think of those who shrink back?

God is not pleased with those who shrink back.

153

10:39

qvs2

What is the author’s expectation for those who received this letter?

The author’s expectation is that those who received this letter will have faith for keeping their souls.

154

11:1

lfic

What attitude does a person of faith have toward God’s promises that are yet to be fulfilled?

A person of faith confidently expects and has certainty toward God’s promises that are yet to be fulfilled.

155

11:3

w7dk

From what were the visible things of the universe created?

The visible things of the universe were not made out of things that were visible.

156

11:4

ip6c

Why did God praise Abel for being righteous?

God praised Abel because Abel by faith offered God a more appropriate sacrifice than Cain did.

157

11:6

w9a6

What must one who comes to God believe about God?

One who comes to God must believe that God exists and that he rewards those who seek him.

158

11:7

dss4

How did Noah demonstrate his faith?

Noah demonstrated his faith by building an ark to save his family according to God’s warning.

159

11:11

k8zp

What promise did Abraham and Sarah receive by faith?

Abraham and Sarah received by faith the power to conceive even when they were too old.

160

11:13

tgrs

What did the ancestors of faith see from far off?

The ancestors of faith saw and welcomed God’s promises from far off.

161

11:13

rnoy

What did the ancestors of faith consider themselves on the earth?

The ancestors of faith considered themselves strangers and aliens on the earth.

162

11:16

wth5

What has God prepared for those of faith?

God has prepared a heavenly city for those of faith.

163

11:17-19

oqr6

What did Abraham believe God would be able to do even as he offered up Isaac his only son?

Abraham believed God would be able to raise up Isaac from the dead.

164

11:22

nec7

What did Joseph prophesy by faith when his end was near?

Joseph prophesied of the departure of the children of Israel from Egypt when his end was near.

165

11:24-26

ma6j

What did Moses choose to do by faith when he had grown up?

Moses chose by faith to share mistreatment with God’s people, considering the disgrace of following Christ as greater riches.

166

11:28

t8zh

What did Moses observe by faith in order to save the Israelites’ firstborn sons?

Moses observed the Passover and the sprinkling of the blood by faith in order to save the Israelites’ firstborn sons.

167

11:31

qz2q

What did Rahab do by faith which prevented her from perishing?

Rahab by faith received the spies in safety, which prevented her from perishing.

168

11:33-34

ieny

What did some of the ancestors of faith accomplish in war?

Some of the ancestors of faith conquered kingdoms, escaped the sword, became mighty in war, and caused foreign armies to flee.

169

11:35-38

kand

What did some of the ancestors of faith suffer?

Some of the ancestors of faith suffered torture, mocking, whippings, chains, imprisonments, stoning, sawing in two, death, and destitution.

170

11:39

dyoi

Despite the faith of these ancestors, what did they not receive in their earthly lives?

Despite the faith of these ancestors, they did not receive in their earthly lives what God had promised them.

171

11:40

dtaa

With whom will the ancestors of faith receive the promises of God and be perfected?

The ancestors of faith will receive the promises of God and be perfected with the new covenant believers in Christ.

172

12:1

oi6q

Why should the believer throw off the sin that easily entangles him?

The believer should throw off the sin that easily entangles him in order to run with endurance the race placed before him.

173

12:2

ihe8

Why did Jesus endure the cross and despise its shame?

Jesus endured the cross and despised its shame for the joy that was set before him.

174

12:3

x33r

How can a believer avoid becoming weary or fainthearted?

By considering Jesus, who endured hateful speech from sinners, a believer can avoid becoming weary or fainthearted.

175

12:6

nbu5

What does the Lord do to those whom he loves and receives?

The Lord disciplines those whom he loves and receives.

176

12:8

lexj

What is a person who is without the Lord’s discipline?

A person without the Lord’s discipline is an illegitimate child and not God’s child.

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Why does God discipline his children?

God disciplines his children for their good, so they can share in his holiness.

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What does discipline produce?

Discipline produces peaceful fruit of righteousness.

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What should believers pursue with all people?

Believers should pursue peace with all people.

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What must not grow up and cause trouble and pollute many?

A root of bitterness must not grow up and cause trouble and pollute many.

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What happened to Esau when he desired to inherit the blessing with tears after selling his own birthright?

Esau was rejected when he desired to inherit the blessing with tears after selling his own birthright.

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For what did the Israelites beg at the mountain where God spoke?

The Israelites begged that not another word be spoken to them.

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To where do believers in Christ come instead of the mountain where the Israelites heard the voice of God?

Believers in Christ come to Mount Zion and to the city of the living God.

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To what assembly do believers in Christ come?

Believers in Christ come to the assembly of all the firstborn registered in heaven.

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To whom do believers in Christ come?

Believer in Christ come to God, the Judge of all, to the spirits of the righteous, and to Jesus.

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What will happen to those who turn away from the one who warns them from heaven?

Those who turn away will not escape from God.

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What has God promised to shake?

God has promised to shake the earth and the heaven.

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What will the believers receive instead of the things that can be shaken?

The believers will receive a kingdom that cannot be shaken.

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How should believers worship God?

Believers should worship God with reverence and awe.

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Why should believers worship God in this way?

Believers should worship God in this way because he is a consuming fire.

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What have some done by welcoming strangers?

Some have welcomed angels without knowing it.

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How should believers remember those in prison?

Believers should remember them as if they were in prison also, and as if their bodies were being mistreated also.

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What must be respected by all?

Marriage must be respected by all.

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What does God do with the sexually immoral and adulterers?

God judges the sexually immoral and adulterers.

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How can a believer be free from the love of money?

A believer can be free from the love of money because God has said he will never leave nor forsake him.

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Who’s faith should believers imitate?

Believers should imitate the faith of those who have led them and who have spoken God’s Word to them.

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About what kind of strange teachings does the author warn the believers?

The author warns the believers about strange teachings involving rules about food.

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Where were the bodies of the animals used for sacrifice in the holy place burned?

The bodies of the animals were burned outside the camp.

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Where did Jesus suffer?

Jesus suffered outside the city gate.

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Where must believers go, and why?

Believers must go to Jesus outside the camp, bearing his disgrace.

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What permanent city do believers have here on earth?

Believers have no permanent city here on earth.

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What city do believers seek instead?

Believers seek the city that is to come.

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What sacrifice should believers constantly offer up to God?

Believers should constantly offer up a sacrifice of praise to God.

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What attitude should believers have toward their leaders?

Believers should obey and submit to their leaders.

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What does God work in the believer?

God works in the believer that which is well pleasing in God’s sight.

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With whom will the author come when he visits the believers?

The author will come with Timothy when he visits the believers.