Overview: Although some include the Book of Hebrews among the apostle Paul’s writings, the certain identity of the author remains an enigma. Missing is Paul’s customary salutation common to his other works. It was written mainly to the Hebrew believers. It was written approximately 67 A.D. Its purpose was to present Jesus as perfect and superior in comparison to anything Judaism and the old covenant had to offer. The author was writing to a group of Christians who were under intense persecution and some were contemplating a return to Judaism.
Day 1 – Hebrews 1
1. Who is the author of Hebrews?
2. In what ways has God chosen to communicate to people?
3. How does God primarily speak to us today?
Day 2 – Hebrews 2
1. Who was it that confirmed the gospel message to them?
2. What does it mean that Jesus might “taste death for everyone”?
Day 3 – Hebrews 3
1. Why is Jesus referred to as the Apostle?
2. What does apostle mean?
3. What comparisons and contrasts are made between Jesus and Moses?
Day 4 – Hebrews 4
1. What similarities are there between us and the Israelites in the wilderness?
2. Why does it say knowledge was not helpful for them?
3. Under what condition is knowledge helpful?
Day 5 – Hebrews 5
1. What is the role of high priest?
2. How did Christ “learn obedience” since He was already perfect?
3. How was He “made perfect”?