Kootenai Church: Hebrews
Finishing up our study of this text we look at three more ways in which the priesthood of Christ is superior to the Levitical priesthood. Christ has received a better commission, performed a better work and initiated a better covenant.
To demonstrate the superiority of the work of Christ over the Levitical priesthood, the author presents 5 points of contrast. In part 1 we look at the first two of those five. An exposition of Hebrews 7:15-22. - WATCH
A look at the limitation of the Levitical Priesthood and the animal sacrifices. They were never intended to pay the price for sin, only to cover sin until the full price could be paid by Christ. An exposition of Hebrews 7:11-14. - WATCH
As representatives of others, Abraham and Melchizedek’s encounter was significant for more than just themselves. The blessing bestowed is evidence of Melchizedek’s greatness. An exposition of Hebrews 7:4-10. - WATCH
To things evidence Melchizedek’s superiority to Abraham. First, Abraham tithed to Melchizedek. Second, Melchizedek blessed Abraham. In this sermon, we look at the tithe to Melchizedek, its significance, and how it differed from tithes to the Levitical ...
A look at the implications of the perpetual priesthood of Jesus and the symbolism of Melchizedek. An exposition of Hebrews 7:1-3. - WATCH
A bit of a diversion as we look at the subject of biblical typology. What constitutes a “type” of Christ? What is a “type?” An exposition of relevant biblical texts. - WATCH
A look at what Hebrews says regarding Melchizedek. He was a unique King-Priest who, in his rule, his role, and his character typified Christ. An exposition of Hebrews 7:1-3.
An overview of the references to Melchizedek in Hebrews 7 followed by an exposition of Genesis 14 and the reference to Melchizedek.
The security of the believer rests upon the person and work of Christ and Christ alone. He is described in this text using three illustrations: a refuge, an anchor, and a forerunner. An exposition of Hebrews 6:18-20.