As the name implies, Hebrews is addressed to Jews. As such it assumes a familiarity with the TANAK that is not present in Paul's letters which are addressed to gentiles. The style in Hebrews is simply to cite Scripture and then assert that the citation proves that something is true of Y'shua. This style can lead to misunderstandings among readers who are not intimately familiar with TANAK and with the Jewish style of exposition.
This study attempts to read the book with 'Hebrew eyes' and explain what it probably meant from the perspective of a first century Jew.
This study is being published as quickly as it is recorded during our Bible study sessions.
Hebrews 1, Messiah is the Heir of GodMedia File
Hebrews 2, Man was Given DominionMedia File
Hebrews 3-4, Entering His RestMedia File
Hebrews 4-6, An Understanding PriestMedia File
Hebrews 6-7, A Priest Like MelchizedekMedia File
Hebrews 8, The New CovenantMedia File
Hebrews 9, The Blood of the CovenantMedia File
Hebrews 10, Assurance of ForgivenessMedia File
Hebrews 11, Faith and TimeMedia File
Hebrews 12-13, Awaiting the PromisesMedia File