Presentation on theme: "“Who Have Fled For Refuge” Heb.6:11-20 1. Protection or shelter, as from danger or hardship. 2. A place providing protection or shelter. 3. A source of."— Presentation transcript:
“Who Have Fled For Refuge” Heb.6:11-20 1. Protection or shelter, as from danger or hardship. 2. A place providing protection or shelter. 3. A source of help, relief, or comfort in times of trouble.
Why Do We Need To Flee For Refuge? Trials Tribulations Troubles Heartaches Storms of Life Sickness Disappointments Abuse Temptations Sorrows Toils Death Burdens Pain Neglect Oppression
How Do We Get This Refuge? Not Come Automatically Must Make a Choice Lay Hold Upon the Hope Set Before Us, vs.18 Obey the Gospel, Rom.5:1-2, 8:24 Continue in the Faith, Col.1:23 Set Before us Future Glory
What Our Refuge Does For Us? A.Brings Strong Consolation Forcible, mighty, powerful, strong Encouragement, Solace, comfort, to call near Rom.8:18, 2 Cor.4:16-18, 1Cor.15:19 B.An Anchor of the Soul Not the Body
Why is Our Refuge Sure and Steadfast? Based on 2 Unchangeable things God Made Promise, Impossible for God to Lie, vs.13, 17-18 Based on Oath to Abraham, vs.13, Gen.22:16-18 We can “Bank on it.” Like Sunrise, sunset, change of seasons, gravity
Our Refuge Is Possible Because of Jesus! Jesus Our Forerunner, Precursor, Trailblazer, Jn.14:1-3 Contrast to O.T. High Priest and Most Holy Place Entered Most Holy Place, so we can Follow, Heb.9:24-28 Calvary Made it Possible
1. Hear the Gospel of Christ, Acts 18:8 2. Believe in Jesus Christ, Rom.5:1 3. Repent and Turn to God, Luke 24:47 4. Confess Jesus Before Men, Acts 8:37 5. Be Baptized for the Remission of Sins, Ac.2:38 --------------------------------- Be Thou Faithful Unto Death, Rev.2:10 If Err From The Faith: Repent and Pray God Acts 8:22