The Supremacy of Jesus Christ (1 of 13) by Michael Romero
This content is part of a series.The Supremacy of Jesus Christ
The Elevation of Jesus Christ
It has been on my heart for some time to preach through the book of Hebrews. The reason behind that desire is because I believe Hebrews to be one of the most Christ glorifying books in the Bible, especially concerning the Superiority and Supremacy of Jesus Christ above all other would-be competitors. Theologians would call this book a book of Christology or the study of Christ.
Additionally, along with the superiority of Jesus Christ comes the superiority of the whole of Christianity among a society that is prone to reject Christianity as an unpopular choice.
Robertson says this of Hebrews, "It is the first great apologetic for Christianity and has never been surpassed."
It was once said that, "It is also likely the least studied and preached book in the New Testament." I find this to be our challenge over the next few months -- to study the most exciting topic of our Christian faith, Jesus Christ -- the author and finisher of our faith.
Additionally, this book delivers more references to the promises of God than any other book in the New Testament. So when it comes to Hebrews it is an awesome and rich book that merits our full attention.
Our series title expresses the focus of this new series. Our focus will be on the "Elevation of Jesus Christ". Just like any other time in history people still seek to destroy the integrity of the Holy Scriptures and the divinity of its author but it is the work of a Christian to exalt and elevate Christ in our lives and in the world we live in.
The world we live in produces Dan Brown, author of the latest book and movie "The "Da Vinci Code" which simply has capitalized on age old arguments that have never been able to stand up against the truth of God's Word.
Furthermore, the book of Hebrews was written to Jewish Christians to affirm and guide their faith as they faced continual difficulti ...
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