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Hebrews chapter 1

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In the past God spoke to our ancestors many times and in many ways through the prophets,
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but in these last days he has spoken to us through his Son. He is the one through whom God created the universe, the one whom God has chosen to possess all things at the end.
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He reflects the brightness of God's glory and is the exact likeness of God's own being, sustaining the universe with his powerful word. After achieving forgiveness for the sins of all human beings, he sat down in heaven at the right side of God, the Supreme Power.
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The Son was made greater than the angels, just as the name that God gave him is greater than theirs.
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For God never said to any of his angels, "You are my Son; today I have become your Father." Nor did God say about any angel, "I will be his Father, and he will be my Son."
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But when God was about to send his first-born Son into the world, he said, "All of God's angels must worship him."
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But about the angels God said, "God makes his angels winds, and his servants flames of fire."
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About the Son, however, God said: "Your kingdom, O God, will last forever and ever! You rule over your people with justice.
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You love what is right and hate what is wrong. That is why God, your God, has chosen you and has given you the joy of an honor far greater than he gave to your companions."
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He also said, "You, Lord, in the beginning created the earth, and with your own hands you made the heavens.
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They will disappear, but you will remain; they will all wear out like clothes.
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You will fold them up like a coat, and they will be changed like clothes. But you are always the same, and your life never ends."
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God never said to any of his angels: "Sit here at my right side until I put your enemies as a footstool under your feet."
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What are the angels, then? They are spirits who serve God and are sent by him to help those who are to receive salvation.

Hebrews chapter 2

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That is why we must hold on all the more firmly to the truths we have heard, so that we will not be carried away.
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The message given to our ancestors by the angels was shown to be true, and those who did not follow it or obey it received the punishment they deserved.
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How, then, shall we escape if we pay no attention to such a great salvation? The Lord himself first announced this salvation, and those who heard him proved to us that it is true.
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At the same time God added his witness to theirs by performing all kinds of miracles and wonders and by distributing the gifts of the Holy Spirit according to his will.
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God has not placed the angels as rulers over the new world to come---the world of which we speak.
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Instead, as it is said somewhere in the Scriptures: "What are human beings, O God, that you should think of them; mere human beings, that you should care for them?
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You made them for a little while lower than the angels; you crowned them with glory and honor,
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and made them rulers over all things." It says that God made them "rulers over all things"; this clearly includes everything. We do not, however, see human beings ruling over all things now.
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But we do see Jesus, who for a little while was made lower than the angels, so that through God's grace he should die for everyone. We see him now crowned with glory and honor because of the death he suffered.
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It was only right that God, who creates and preserves all things, should make Jesus perfect through suffering, in order to bring many children to share his glory. For Jesus is the one who leads them to salvation.
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He purifies people from their sins, and both he and those who are made pure all have the same Father. That is why Jesus is not ashamed to call them his family.
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He says to God, "I will tell my people what you have done; I will praise you in their meeting."
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He also says, "I will put my trust in God." And he also says, "Here I am with the children that God has given me."
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Since the children, as he calls them, are people of flesh and blood, Jesus himself became like them and shared their human nature. He did this so that through his death he might destroy the Devil, who has the power over death,
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and in this way set free those who were slaves all their lives because of their fear of death.
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For it is clear that it is not the angels that he helps. Instead, he helps the descendants of Abraham.
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This means that he had to become like his people in every way, in order to be their faithful and merciful High Priest in his service to God, so that the people's sins would be forgiven.
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And now he can help those who are tempted, because he himself was tempted and suffered.

Hebrews chapter 3

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My Christian friends, who also have been called by God! Think of Jesus, whom God sent to be the High Priest of the faith we profess.
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He was faithful to God, who chose him to do this work, just as Moses was faithful in his work in God's house.
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A man who builds a house receives more honor than the house itself. In the same way Jesus is worthy of much greater honor than Moses.
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Every house, of course, is built by someone---and God is the one who has built all things.
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Moses was faithful in God's house as a servant, and he spoke of the things that God would say in the future.
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But Christ is faithful as the Son in charge of God's house. We are his house if we keep up our courage and our confidence in what we hope for.
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So then, as the Holy Spirit says, "If you hear God's voice today,
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do not be stubborn, as your ancestors were when they rebelled against God, as they were that day in the desert when they put him to the test.
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There they put me to the test and tried me, says God, although they had seen what I did for forty years.
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And so I was angry with those people and said, 'They are always disloyal and refuse to obey my commands.'
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I was angry and made a solemn promise: 'They will never enter the land where I would have given them rest!' "
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My friends, be careful that none of you have a heart so evil and unbelieving that you will turn away from the living God.
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Instead, in order that none of you be deceived by sin and become stubborn, you must help one another every day, as long as the word "Today" in the scripture applies to us.
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For we are all partners with Christ if we hold firmly to the end the confidence we had at the beginning.
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This is what the scripture says: "If you hear God's voice today, do not be stubborn, as your ancestors were when they rebelled against God."
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Who were the people who heard God's voice and rebelled against him? All those who were led out of Egypt by Moses.
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With whom was God angry for forty years? With the people who sinned, who fell down dead in the desert.
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When God made his solemn promise, "They will never enter the land where I would have given them rest"---of whom was he speaking? Of those who rebelled.
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We see, then, that they were not able to enter the land, because they did not believe.

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