Now having thoroughly examined the concept of Jesus as the Living Word of God, we take up the idea that is the central tenet of the letter to the Hebrews – Jesus’ role as our great and compassionate High Priest.
As we continue our study of Hebrews we now come to one of the best known passages in the Bible as we consider Jesus – The Living Word of God.
Our concluding study of the Hebrews writer’s exhortation for us not to follow in the disbelief of the Israelites who disobeyed God’s command to go up from Egypt and conquer the promised land of Canaan. In this study, we examine God’s promised rest.
Preserving a narrative of the swarms from Hive 2 at Yahweh Yireh apiary – June 14 & 15, 2018.
In Hebrews 3:7-4:2, the author uses the Israelite’s failure to obey God in the wilderness after the exodus from Egypt as a cautionary tale for us not to harden our hearts to the Gospel message lest we not be able in the end to enter into God’s rest.
Having detailed the path of suffering, death, and resurrection to which Christ followers have received a heavenly calling, the Hebrews writer continues with an exhortation to remain faithful to our calling just as God’s servant, Moses, and the LORD Jesus Himself were faithful to theirs.
Having come in the flesh of a man, Jesus went to the cross for the redemption of all mankind from judgment for our sins. Then, being raised from the dead, Jesus is restored to His former glory, and has led the way for us to turn from our sins, and overcome death just as He has through faith in Him.
Did a quick inspection of Hive 3. They aren’t building up very quickly, but they have plenty of stores and are bringing in a lot. Transplanted a 10-frame split from a friend’s hive into one of the newly re-worked horizontals.
The loss of two out of three of our colonies this winter afforded us the opportunity to make some improvements to our horizontal Langstroth hives that will hopefully resolve some of the issues we’ve had with them.
Some encouragement as our last remaining colony seems to be building up slowly.