HEBREWS 8 -
VBCBI, VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH BIBLE INSTITUTE, WASHINGTON, GA
2ND YEAR; 2ND SEMESTER
Russell Earl kelly
1. 8:1-2 Why is Hebrews so important for Hebrew Christians
2. 8:3-5 Why would Jesus not be an earthly priest or high priest?
8:6 Which ministry has Jesus obtained?
4. 8:8-13 is a quotation from ___________.
8:8 With whom is the New Covenant primarily made?
6. 8:9-10 Is the New Covenant a re-wording
of the Old Covenant or Law?
7. 8:10-11 Which three differences between the Old and
New Covenants are found here?
8. 8:12-13 Why is the O. T. cycle of holy days not necessary
9. 9:4 What is odd about this verse?
9:8 What is the "holiest of all" in this text?
11. 9:9 Of what was the earthly sanctuary
12. 9:9 Why could not the Old Covenant sanctuary service cleanse the conscience?
9:11-12 How many times did Christ repeat His sacrifice (compare w Catholics)
9:13-14 What did Christ's sacrifice do which the Old Covenant sacrifice could not?
9:15 What else did Christ's sacrifice accomplish? Compare Romans 3:25.
9:16-21 When was the Old Covenant inaugurated, or ratified?
17. 9:22-25 Why was it necessary
to shed blood in order to inaugurate the New Covenant and its forgiveness of its sins?
9:26 When did the "end of the world' and the "last days" occur?
9:27-28 When was the judgment of the righteous?
20. 9:27-28 When will be the judgment
of the un-righteous?
21. 9:28 Why do the righteous not look for judgment when
22. 10:4 What should O. T. believers have known by common sense?
10:5-10 How did Christ fulfill the Law?
24. 10:16 Which two doctrines are in this text?
10:26 How does God handle willful sin?
26. 10:38-39 Can believers backslide into perdition (falling
8:1-2 The temple will be destroyed in a few years. Many Hebrew Christians do not understand the Law and are still supporting
the Temple Law-system.
2. 8:3-5 Jesus was from Judah, not Levi.
3. 8:6 Melchizedek,
4. 8:8-13 is from Jeremiah 31:31-36.
5. 8:8 the house of Israel and the
house of Judah
6. 8:9-10 no; "not according to"
7. 8:11-12 (1) God's will
is written on the hearts of believers, (2) via the indwelling Holy Spirit and (3) all believers are priests
8:12-13 God cannot remember forgiven sins.
9. 9:4 The altar of incense was in the Holy Place in front
of the veil.
10. 9:8 the heavenly sanctuary Presence of God
11. 9:9 the Old Covenant times
9:9-10 its repetition signaled that the purpose of sacrifices had not been met (8:12; 10:1)
13. 9:11-12 Christ
offer one sacrifice
14. 9:13-14 cleansed the conscience
15. 9:15 He justified God for forgiving
sins which had not been legally redeemed. Compare Romans 3:25-26
16. 9:16-21 Exodus
24:4-8 at Moses' tent
17. 9:22-25 Sin is still contrary to the character of God and still requires one
equal to His character to redeem the sinner.
18. 9:26 during the death of Christ
9:27-28 at the beginning of the end of the world
20. 9:27-28 at the end of the end of the world
9:28 Their sins have already been judged at Calvary in Christ.
22. 10:4 That an innocent animal
cannot pay for their sins; something greater must happen.
23. 10:5-10 Christ became Israel in the flesh and perfectly
kept the Law.
24. 10:16 justification, sanctification
25. 10:26, 29-31 He punishes it;
there never has been a sacrifice man can bring to atone for willful sin. God provided atonement through the Passover lamb
and the evening and morning daily sacrifices over which no sins were confessed.
26. 10:38-39 no