We have an invitation to the most glorious union of all eternity, as we see from Revelation 19:5-9.
Christ is our perfect, empathetic, and supportive High Priest.
The Bible is our most effective critic.
All unrighteousness, even the everyday work of the wicked, is sin, as we see from 1 John 3:4-10.
As believers, we are part-takers of the divine nature; we have a part in the righteousness of God through Jesus Christ, as we see from 2 Peter 1:1-4.
How do we understand the exhortation to "labor therefore to inter into that rest" (Hebrews 4:11)?
We discuss the doctrine of Rest, as explained in the opening verses of Hebrews 4.
Though Satan may desire to have believers in order to sift them as wheat, we have our Savior praying for us.
All things work together for the good of believers, the good being our conformity to Christ, as we see from Romans 8:28-31 and 2 Corinthians 12:7-9.
What is required to enter into God's rest?
Those who die in the Lord are blessed forever, they have eternal rest, and their service for the kingdom is rewarded.
What is so important about daily exhortation and encouragement?
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