Search by Scripture Reference
  Search by Keywords  verses  footnotes
Scripture Reference Examples  Keyword Examples
Table of Contents   
Hebrews Outline
Hebrews 3:1 Hebrews 6:3

1 Therefore, 1holy brothers, 2apartakers of a 3heavenly bcalling, consider the 4cApostle and dHigh Priest of our confession, Jesus,

2 Who was faithful to Him who constituted Him, as also aMoses was in all His bhouse.

3 For He has been counted worthy of more 1aglory than Moses, by as much as He who 2bbuilt the house has more 1honor than 3the house.

4 For every house is built by someone, but He who built all things is God.

5 And aMoses was faithful in all His house as a 1servant, for a 2testimony of the things to be spoken later;

6 But Christ was faithful as a Son over His house, whose 1ahouse we are if indeed we hold fast the boldness and the boast of bhope cfirm to the end.


7 1Therefore, even as the Holy aSpirit says, b"Today if you hear His voice,

8 Do not harden your hearts as in the provocation, in the day of trial in the wilderness,

9 Where your fathers atried Me by testing Me and saw My works for forty years.

10 Therefore I was adispleased with this bgeneration, and I said, They always 1go astray in their heart, and they have not known My 2ways;

11 As I swore in My wrath, 1aThey shall not enter into My rest!''

12 Beware, brothers, lest perhaps there be in any one of you an evil heart of unbelief in 1falling away from the aliving God.

13 But aexhort one another each day, as long as it is called "today,'' lest any one of you be hardened by the bdeceitfulness of sin.

14 For we have become 1apartners of Christ, if indeed we hold fast the beginning of the assurance bfirm to the end,

15 While it is said, a"Today if you hear His voice, do not harden your hearts as in the provocation.''

16 For who aprovoked Him when they heard? Indeed was it bnot all who came out of Egypt by 1Moses?

17 And with whom was He adispleased for forty years? Was it not with those who sinned, whose carcasses bfell in the wilderness?

18 And to whom did He swear that they should anot enter into His rest, except to the 1bdisobedient?

19 And we see that they were not able to enter in because of unbelief.


CHAPTER 4

1 Let us fear therefore, lest, a promise being left of entering into His 1rest, any one of you may 2seem to have 3come short of it.

2 For indeed we have had the good news announced to us, even as they also; but the word heard did not profit them, 1not being mixed together with faith in those who heard.

3 For we who have believed enter into the rest, even as He has said, a"As I swore in My wrath, They shall not enter into My rest!'' although the works of creation were completed from the bfoundation of the world.

4 For He has spoken somewhere concerning the seventh day thus, a"And God rested on the seventh day from all His works.''

5 And in this place again, a"They shall not enter into My rest!''

6 Since therefore it remains that some should enter into it and those who formerly had the good news announced to them did not enter because of 1adisobedience,

7 He again designates a certain day, today, saying in David after so long a time, even as He has said before, a"Today, if you hear His voice, do not harden your hearts.''

8 For if 1Joshua had brought them into rest, He would not have spoken concerning 2another day after these things.

9 So then there remains a 1Sabbath rest for the people of God.

10 For he who has entered into His rest has himself also rested from his works, as aGod did from His own.

11 Let us therefore be diligent to enter into that rest lest anyone 1fall 2after the same example of 3adisobedience.

12 For the 1aword of God is bliving and operative and sharper than any two-edged csword, and piercing even to the dividing of 2dsoul and espirit and of joints and marrow, and able to discern the 3thoughts and intentions of the heart.

13 And there is no creature that is not manifest before Him, but all things are naked and laid bare to the eyes of Him to whom we are to give our account.


14 Having therefore a 1great 2aHigh Priest who has 3passed through the bheavens, Jesus, the cSon of God, let us hold fast the 4dconfession.

15 For we do not have a High Priest who cannot be touched with the feeling of our weaknesses, but One who has been atempted in all respects like us, yet bwithout sin.

16 Let us therefore acome forward with boldness to the 1throne of grace that we may receive 2bmercy and find cgrace for timely help.


CHAPTER 5

1 For every high priest, being taken from among men, is aestablished on behalf of men in the things bpertaining to God that he may coffer both 1gifts and 1sacrifices for sins.

2 He is aable to exercise 1compassion toward the bignorant and cerring since he also is encompassed with dweakness;

3 And because of it, he ought, even as afor the people, so also for himself, to offer for sins.

4 And ano one takes the honor upon himself, but only as he is called by God, just as bAaron also was.

5 So also Christ did not 1glorify Himself in becoming a aHigh Priest, but it was He who said to Him, b"You are My Son; this day have I 2begotten You'';

6 Even as also in another place He says, 1a"You are a Priest forever according to the 2border of Melchisedec.''

7 This One, in the days of His aflesh, having offered up both bpetitions and supplications with strong crying and tears to Him who was able to save Him 1out of death and having been heard because of His piety,

8 Even though He was a Son, learned 1aobedience from the things which He bsuffered.

9 And having been 1aperfected, He became to all those who obey Him the 2source of 3eternal bsalvation,

10 Being 1addressed by God as a aHigh Priest according to the border of Melchisedec;


11 Concerning whom we have much to say that is also difficult to interpret since you have become dull of hearing.

12 For when because of the time you ought to be teachers, you have need again for someone to teach you what the 1rudiments of the abeginning of the 2oracles of God are and have become those who have need of 3bmilk and not of solid cfood.

13 For everyone who partakes of 1milk is inexperienced in the 1aword of righteousness, for he is an binfant;

14 But solid food is for the afull-grown, who because of practice have their 1faculties exercised for discriminating between both 2good and evil.


CHAPTER 6

1 Therefore leaving the 1word of the 2abeginning of Christ, let us 3be brought on to 4bmaturity, not laying again a foundation of crepentance from ddead works and of efaith in God,

2 Of the teaching of 1abaptisms and of the blaying on of hands, of the cresurrection of the dead and of eternal djudgment.

3 And 1this we will do if God permits.