Hebrews Highlights

Our approach to God under the New Covenant is completely different than under the Old. Most believers haven't understood that; they still mix the old with the new, and it's the reason they aren't victorious. Hebrews was written to address this issue.

Enter Boldly
Many have heard that ?sin-consciousness? (feeling guilty, unworthy, and like a failure) is good, that it brings humility. If that's what you believe, then entering boldly into the presence of God is impossible. It's time to renew your mind.


The Law Has Power
The Law has the power to make sin come alive, to bring judgement and condemnation and to expose unrighteousness. "So the Law is a good thing, right?" If that is what you're thinking, you need this message.


Please, God, Do Something
Most Christians spend their prayer time asking for forgiveness and petitioning God. "Lord, forgive me, heal me, prosper me, and please just give me more of You. Oh, yes, and bring revival" That's wrong! Now learn why.


Momentary Redemption
Many Theologians would agree that the Bible says redemption is eternal. However, those same people often teach you must be forgiven every time you sin. So which is it, eternal or momentary? You need to know.


Nagging Questions
This series stirs many lingering questions. For example, once saved, are you always saved? Or, what about the command to cleanse ourselves from all filthiness of the flesh? Andrew answers these and more in the conclusion of this series.

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Track Title Length Size
 1 Enter Boldly 1:18:40 27 MB
 2 The Law Has Power 1:17:36 26.7 MB
 3 Please God, Do Something 1:02:12 21.4 MB
 4 Momentary Redemption 1:02:18 21.4 MB
 5 Nagging Questions 1:19:08 27.2 MB

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