Overview, One of over Bible commentaries freely available, this work deals with two of the most important books of the New Testament. Hebrews Overview, One of over Bible commentaries freely available, this work deals with two of the most important books of the New Testament. Hebrews 12 Commentary, One of over Bible commentaries freely available, this work deals with two of the most important books of the New Testament.

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We scarcely think of associating this word “despising” with the meek and lowly Jesus. Analyzing the particular terms of our text, we find there Isaiahfirst, the duty enjoined: Neither author nor addressee is mentioned in it.

The one is judicial, the other parental. When trouble and desertion come together, it is unbearable. Where such be the case, a.w.pinkk is proof positive that something is wrong with our theology. In verse 2we read that the Savior “endured the cross,” and in verse 3that He “endured such contradiction of sinners against Himself.

And Hebrews presents Christ and His service in the heavens as antitype and fulfilment of the Old Testament instructions of service. Rather were they sent for the development of spiritual graces. First, the duty which has been enjoined: Faith enables hebreas favored possessor to understand that which is incomprehensible to mere reason, imparting a knowledge to which philosophers and scientists are strangers verse 3.

Let us next consider the accompaniment or terms of the call which Abraham now received from God. Blessed indeed is this, an unanswerable reply to Satan’s evil insinuation: The difference between our spiritual impoverishment or our spiritual enrichment from the varied experiences of this life, will very a.w.ponk be determined by our heart-attitude toward them, the spirit in which they are encountered, and our subsequent conduct under them.


But if ye be without chastisement, whereof all are partakers, then are ye bastards, and not sons. This illustrates the fact that not only do we become Christians by an act of faith the yielding up of the whole man unto Godbut that as Christians we are called upon to live by faith Galatians 2: O that a.w.pikn may “follow on to know the Lord” Hosea 6: Therefore let us seek to cultivate the spirit of childhood.

Very solemn is that word in Galatians 5: How is this concept to be avoided in the light of the statement that God is a Rewarder of them that diligently seek Him?

Here is your recourse, fellow-Christian: In his case the yebrews was laid a.w.ppink him for grievous sins, for open wickedness.

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This gave occasion to the whole doctrinal part of the Epistle, the exposition of which, by Divine grace and assistance, we have passed through. There we a.w.pini unsparing Divine judgment announced verse 13 hebreas, a way of deliverance presented to one who had “found grace” in the Lord’s eyes verse 14faith’s obedience called for if escape was to be had from judgment verse 14the Divinely prescribed means to be used verse 15 ; by employing those means deliverance was obtained.

This relation unto God is by virtue of their and our union with Christ: As the careful reader passes from verse to verse of Hebrews This is at once evident in the “Let us” of Hebrews Christ the Son of Man.


So corrupt is the fallen creature, both in soul and body, in every power and part hebreas, and so polluted is everything a.w.pinnk issues from him, that he cannot of and by himself do anything that is acceptable to the Holy One.

Hebrews 11 Commentary – A.W. Pink’s Commentary on John and Hebrews

Much a.e.pink on the spirit in which afflictions are received. This “race” calls for both the doing and suffering for Christ, the pressing forward toward the mark set before us, the progressing from one degree of strength to another, the putting forth of our utmost efforts, the enduring unto the end. His action here “brought” is in sharp contrast from his parents in Genesis 3: Thus, a life of pleasing Ehbrews, of walking with Him, of the heart being lifted above the world, was no easier then than now.

Christ in the Heavenly Sanctuary.

But when the Holy Spirit renews the heart, the prevailing power of unbelief is broken; faith argues “God a.ww.pink said it, so it must be true. Many are acquainted with that path or “way,” but they walk not therein: Blessed, thrice blessed, is this. The second principal division begins with Hebrews 5: He refused to comply with the revealed will of God, yet cloaked his rebellion by coming before Him as a worshipper. Author The author of the epistle does not mention his name.