Finding the Big Idea of Hebrews 3:1 – 4:13

Finding the Big Idea of Hebrews 3:1 – 4:13

The Big Idea of Hebrews 3:1 – 4:13 Subject: What is the consequence of repeatedly refusing to exercise faith in Jesus? Complement: You will not enter heaven, the final rest that God has promised to those who believes in his Son. The Big Idea: The consequence of...
The Purpose of A Sermon from Hebrews 3:1 – 4:13

The Purpose of A Sermon from Hebrews 3:1 – 4:13

The Purpose of A Sermon from Hebrews 3:1 – 4:13 General purpose “action” verb Particular purpose I want to encourage my audience to eagerly pursue heaven knowing that Jesus is working powerfully in them. I want to warn my audience of the consequences...
The Purpose of A Sermon from Hebrews 3:1 – 4:13

The Big Idea of A Sermon on Hebrews 3:1 – 4:13

The Big Idea (Message) of Hebrews 3:1 – 4:13 Subject: How can you keep your heart receptive to God’s word? Complement: By continuously engaging in acts of faith The Big Idea: You can keep your heart receptive to God’s word by continuously engaging in...
The Purpose of A Sermon from Hebrews 3:1 – 4:13

A Sermon Outline of Hebrews 3:1 – 4:13

A Sermon Outline of Hebrews 3:1 – 4:13 Major Point Minor (sub) Point A life of faith is necessary if you want to enter God’s rest. (Hebrews 3:1-6) A life of faith is impossible if you do not continuously practice it. (Hebrews 3:7-19) A life of faith is...
Important Words and Relationships from Hebrews 3:1 – 4:13

Important Words and Relationships from Hebrews 3:1 – 4:13

Key Words from Hebrews 3:1 – 4:13 Words (incl. verse #) Type Ask Questions Answer Questions Apply Answers …apostle and high priest (3:1) significant How is Jesus an apostle and high priest? An apostle is a messenger of God who is sent “on a mission...
The Purpose of A Sermon from Hebrews 3:1 – 4:13

A Sentence-flow Diagram of Hebrews 3:1 – 4:13

The Sentence-Flow Diagram of Hebrews 3:1 – 4:13 3 Therefore,        holy brothers,  you who share in a heavenly calling,  consider Jesus,  the apostle and high priest of our confession,2  who was faithful to him who appointed him, ...