Humility and teachability are to be our leading edge. To be responsive to and supportive of those who teach and lead us is also a mark of faithfulness.
Hebrews: Strange Teachings
We have some options when we hear a teaching that doesn't sit well or sound right.
Hebrews: The Marks of Love
The writer gives us five ways to treat our brothers and sisters well: to love genuinely from the heart, and to be hospitable, faithful, content, and teachable. In these ways, believers live daily by faith in community.
Hebrews: The Law of Love
Jesus' command of love became a central part of the apostolic teaching, showing up in all the gospels, in Acts, in all the epistles, and, in certain ways, even Revelation.
Hebrews: Worship In Spirit
When everything around us is shaking, we hang on to the truth that you and I are in a kingdom that cannot be shaken.
Hebrews: A Cloud of Witnesses
the saints who have gone before us are an encouragement to us, for by the mighty wonder-working power of God, they persevered, and so can we.
Hebrews: Superiority of the Son
Angels are sent by God to carry out God’s purposes. But angels’ work for God cannot be compared to Christ’s perfect work on the cross. Jesus is superior because He is God the Son, He alone can save, and be called the Savior.
Minor Prophets: Habakkuk’s Faith
Habakkuk was to live by his faith in God, then he would see how God was at work.