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Outline—Hebrews 9:23–28

  1. Better tabernacle and better blood (vv. 23–24)
  2. One sacrifice with permanent results (vv. 26–28)

Related Scripture

  • Leviticus 16:1–18ff

Take Home Points

  • If you don’t know Jesus Christ, there is judgment in store for you.
  • Jesus is the substitute for you and has paid your penalty.

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Outline—Hebrews 9:11–15

  1. Uniqueness of Christ’s redemptive work (vv. 11, 12)
  2. Effectiveness of Christ’s redemptive work (vv. 13, 14)

Related Scripture

  • John 5:17
  • Romans 10:9

Other References

  • Wuest on Hebrews
  • MacArthur Study Bible

Take Home Points

  • Jesus paid the eternal ransom for you.

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Outline—Psalm 22

  1. Hopelessness (vv. 1–18)
  2. Prayerfulness (vv. 19–21)
  3. Praise (vv. 22–31)

Other References

Take Home Points

  • Your call when witnessing is to tell others what the Lord has done.

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Luke 1:57–68—Outline not available.

Related Scripture

  • Galatians 4:1–5
  • Romans 7
  • John 3:18, 19
  • Galatians 3
  • Romans 6
  • Hebrews 9
  • Psalm 49
  • Ephesians 1
  • John 1:12
  • Ephesians 4:28–30
  • John 10:10
  • Ephesians 1:13, 14
  • 1 Corinthians 6
  • 1 Corinthians 7
  • 1 Peter 1
  • 1 Peter 2:13–17

Take Home Points

  • You are a slave to sin and need Jesus to set you free.
  • If you are a believer, thank God that you know the true meaning of Christmas!

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Outline—Philippians 2:5–8

  1. Sovereignty of God (v. 6)
  2. Service of God (v. 7)
  3. Sacrifice of God (v. 8)

Related Scripture

  • Proverbs 8:22–33
  • John 1:1–5
  • John 13:1–18

Take Home Points

  • Jesus is the Son not because he was born, but because he is the image of and carries the essence of the Father.
  • Jesus gave up only his independent authority to the will of the Father when he became a man.
  • Jesus is the expression, in human form, of who God is.
  • Jesus never grows weary of his task as a servant.
  • Jesus stands as the perfect example of a servant:
    • He chose not to exercise his rights.
    • He chose to give up his will to His Father.
    • He chose to depend on the Holy Spirit to fulfill His Father’s will.
    • He paid the ultimate price of humility.

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Outline—Joshua 8:30–35

  1. Preparation (vv. 30–31a)
  2. Prelude (vv. 31b–33)
  3. Promises (vv. 34–35)

Take Home Points

  • The Lord Jesus Christ on the cross of Calvary became cursed for us, so that we might be blessed. (Gal. 3:13)
  • Remember the principle of cursing for disobedience & blessing for obedience.
  • Commit to a pause in your life to assess your obedience to God, & worship Him in submission to His will.

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