Obtaining Eternal Redemption

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4) Heb 9:11–14: The second half of verse 12 says, “By his own blood he entered once for all the Most Holy Place, obtaining eternal redemption.”

The true, spiritual rest of the Lord, in which he cleanses us from sin, cannot be entered by our effort but by applying the work of Christ (2 Cor 5:17–21).[1]

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Read Heb 9:11–14. How does a person apply the work of Christ in order to enter into God’s rest? Is that something which you have experienced? What difference has it made in your life?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Go to Introduction to Chapter 5

 

[Related posts include Our Great High Priest (Heb 2:14–18); Entering God’s Rest (Heb 4:1–13)God Rends the Barrier (Matt 27:50–51); New Creatures in Christ (2 Cor 5:17); Receiving Christ’s Righteousness (2 Cor 5:21); and Redemption through Christ’s Blood (Eph 1:7–8)]

 

[Click here to go to Chapter 4: The Sabbath Rest of God (Genesis 2:1–3)]

 

[1]George H. Guthrie, Hebrews (NIVAC; Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1998), 155.