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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On the one hand there is a haughty spirit which laughs at the rod, a stubborn will which refuses to be humbled thereby. Sense perceives in our trials naught but expressions of God’s disregard or anger, but faith can discern Divine wisdom and love in the sorest troubles. After we have apprehended the fact that God does take notice of the iniquities of His people and use the rod hebrewe them, it is so easy to jump to the conclusion that when we see an afflicted Christian, God must be visiting His displeasure upon him.

Faith sets Divine things before the soul in all the light and power of demonstration, and thus provides inward conviction of their existence.

Bible Commentaries

Take to heart the caution here given. The Word of God is the objective foundation on which my hopes rest, but faith provides a subjective foundation, for it convinces me of the certainty of them. Hebrews 8 – 9 ; Hebrews Divine providence has two faces: Third, a solemn contrast is then drawn, calculated to unmask hypocrites and expose empty professors: It is by drawing an analogy between His infinitely sorer sufferings and our present hardships.


It is a looking away from the things of time and sense, a rising above the shows and delusions hebrewe this world, and having the affections set upon things above. To “faint” means rendering ourselves unfit for the discharge of our duties.

Hebrews 12 Commentary – A.W. Pink’s Commentary on John and Hebrews

Fourth, when we despair. He is now brought into union with a new “kindred,” for all born-again souls are his brethren and sisters in Christ: This principle is unchanging, so that the central message of our verse speaks loudly to us today, and should search the heart of each one of us.

And this leads us to say that, genuine cases of regeneration are much rarer than many suppose.

As the matters of belief are yet to come, faith gives them a substance, a being, as they are hidden from the eyes of sense and carnal reason; faith also gives them an evidence, and doth convince men of the worth of them; so that one of these acts aa.w.pink to the understanding, the other to the will” Thos. This is the “way of Cain” spoken of by Jude verse Fourth, he owned that God was merciful, and willing to accept the death of an innocent substitute in his place.

Dear parents and teachers are constantly directing, warning, rebuking; the whole hebgews the child-life is under rule, restraint and guidance.

We, too, should honestly face the same alternative: On the other hand there is a fainting which utterly sinks beneath it and gives way to despondency. V, with “test” in the margin is derived from a verb which signifies to convince, and that by demonstration.


His “sitting down” denoted three things. He fled not from His enemies, and fainted not under their merciless persecution: His seed also will A.q.pink make to endure forever and His throne as hebrrws days of heaven.

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

Under the pretense of “rightly dividing” the Word, they would filch from them all that God gave to His people prior to the beginning of the present era. That the whole was a pledge and type is clear from 2Peter 3: His teaching was opposed, and His hevrews was insulted.

uebrews The Excellency of Faith. But a closer examination of them shows they are intimately related: The moment a man truly realizes that he has to do with God, there must be a radical change: And yet the old Alexandrian tradition ascribes this epistle to the apostle Paul.

Ah, the mere words “by faith” are far more familiar unto many, than their real import is understood. As we look around at the empty profession on every side, and behold the looseness and laxity of so many who bear the name of Christ, Satan seeks to make us believe that we are wrong, too “strict,” and rebukes us for our “singularity.