By Warren W. Wiersbe

A verse-by-verse examine Hebrews and what it potential to have a convinced religion in Christ, from relied on Bible instructor, Dr. Warren Wiersbe.

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Be Confident. Live by Faith, Not by Sight

A verse-by-verse examine Hebrews and what it capability to have a convinced religion in Christ, from depended on Bible instructor, Dr. Warren Wiersbe.

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Wiersbe, ISBN 978-0-89693-728-4 The Team: Karen Lee-Thorp, Amy Kiechlin, Jack Campbell, and Susan Vannaman Series Cover Design: John Hamilton Design Cover Photo: Veer Inc. Second Edition 2009 This book in the “BE” series is dedicated to my good friend JIM ADAIR whose editorial skill and constant encouragement have shepherded me through many days of study and writing. Thanks, Jim! Is Anybody Listening? (Hebrews 1:1–3) 2. Greater Than Angels (Hebrews 1:4—2:18) 3. Greater Than Moses (Hebrews 3:1—4:13) 4.

That’s right: You, too, can become a great man or woman of faith if you remember the following three principles. The first principle of great faith is I must remember that God is with me. This is a truth that we all know but need to be reminded of time and again. David says, “Even when walking through the dark valley of death I will not be afraid, for you are close beside me, guarding, guiding all the way” (Ps. 23:4 TLB). Jesus promised us that He would never leave us. He is always watching over us, and He knows exactly what’s going on in our lives.

We are reminded of the confidence of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob as our forefathers in the faith. We read of Joseph and how he trusted God even after being unjustly accused and thrown into prison. We are reminded of Moses and his willingness to leave the riches of Egypt because of his confidence in God. And there are so many others—Rahab, Gideon, Barak, Jephthah, David, Samuel. All these people knew that they could trust God, and we remember them as great men and women of faith. But if you’re like me, as you read the stories of these people, it’s tempting to think that they’re different from you and me, that they had some type of supernatural gift of faith that we do not have that enabled them to trust God so completely.

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