Healing means saying yes to God, trusting God, taking that next step with God, knowing it will be hard, but it will also be good.
Once saved, always saved. The people remained delivered from their bondage and suffering. But God would bring them back to their beginnings, and for the rest of their lives they would have only the hope of the Promised Land for their children
This third directive is so important, the remainder of the chapter rests on it. At the very end of the passage, though, the writer made some startling conclusions which we may find unsettling.
The writer of Hebrews spent the second chapter saying “Because we see the superiority and preeminence of Christ, let us believe right doctrine,” and warned his readers to guard against their faith drifting. In chapter 3, the writer had a second “therefore” followed by five directives for our response to right doctrine. The first two were Follow Jesus as Preeminent Apostle and High Priest Resist the Pull of the Past Now comes the third directive: Help each other remain faithful
We all grow up with traditions and worldviews that go so deep you and I often do not even realize they are there. We also grow up with ways of processing and coping with what we experience that seem so true and right it goes without being said. These things can be so rooted within our hearts and minds that to consider turning from them and taking up a new way is in itself unsettling and distressing.