This article is an exposition of Hebrews 2:3, and includes a call to full trust in Christ for salvation.
This article is an exposition of Hebrews 2:2-4.
In this paper, the author reflects upon a number of interpretive principles that the author of Hebrews used in his letter, in particular Hebrews 2. These principles are pastoral/rhetorical, Christological, and contextual principles. The use of the Old Testament receives focused attention since that is where the author’s hermeneutical practice is most evident.
How should we understand biblical texts that speak of development and struggle in the life of Jesus Christ? Luke 2:40, 52, for example, speak of Jesus growing and maturing, and increasing in favour with both God and man. Hebrews makes it clear that the dynamism of Christ’s life is essential to his role as the believer’s heavenly high priest (Hebrews 2:18, Hebrews 5:14-16).
How can we understand the meaning of Hebrews 2:18? This article attempts to answer this question, focusing on the importance of experiencing suffering in the life of believers, which will be helpful in comforting and reaching out to others, just as Christ has learned empathy through what he suffered.
Looking at Hebrews 2:11-12 and Psalm 22, the author shows how Jesus is the Psalmist who leads His church to sing about His work. The work of Jesus invokes gratitude and thankfulness in the believer's heart. Not only is the work of Jesus the reason for singing Psalms, but Jesus Himself joins His church in singing.
This article is a Bible study on Hebrews 2:14-18.
This article is a Bible study on Hebrews 2:10-18.
This article is a Bible study on Hebrews 2:5-9.
This article is a Bible study on Hebrews 2:1-4.