In this episode (Villa Scriptura Podcast Episode #14), we will complete our study of Hebrews 12. As you may recall from our previous study, the author had presented us with a list of fellow pilgrims who had run the race of endurance--by faith--toward the city of the living God. And as we concluded last time, we took note of how the author brought this list to a climax by exhorting us to “fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of faith” and to “consider Him who has endured such hostility by sinners against Himself,” so that we “will not grow weary and lose heart.”
Before we resume our discussion, we will hear a reading of Hebrews 12 in its entirety. We hope you will be as encouraged and challenged as we were by what the epistle’s author has to say, as we learn about the role God’s discipline plays in bringing many sons to glory, how committed faith finds expression as persevering faithfulness to God, and how what lies ahead under the New Covenant provides greater privileges and, at the same time, sober responsibilities for God’s redeemed people.
Notes for this podcast episode can be found here: Study Notes for Lesson #14