Have you ever obtained perfection at something? What about in spiritual life? Why is perfection so difficult to attain?
How does Jesus, the great high priest, bring about perfection for us?
Why is it important that Jesus the high priest was: “holy, innocent, unstained, separated from sinners, and exalted above the heavens”?
What does the author of Hebrews mean when he says that the covenant Jesus mediates is better because it is enacted on better promises?
In what ways have you sensed God’s laws put into your mind and written on your heart?
Do you ever feel as if God is too perfect to be approached? How does this chapter address that feeling?
What are ways you are willing to sacrifice for others? In what ways does the extent of your sacrifice depend on who you are making the sacrifice for?
In what ways are you eagerly awaiting Christ’s second coming?
What are some examples of people trying to “make up” for the sins they committed or the wrongs they have done? Why do these attempts typically fail?
Do you feel confident to “enter the holy places by the blood of Jesus”? How is this confidence demonstrated in your life?
How can you stir others to love and good works today? Have you met with other believers and encouraged them today?
How’s your faith? Assured? Convicted? How can you have more faith today?
When you read through this list of people who demonstrated faith, which one stands out to you? Why?
Who are people you have met in your life who have demonstrated faith to you?
How do you feel knowing that all these people of faith did not receive what they had been promised, but they receive that promise with us because God promised something better for us?