Main Theme: Jesus is the Son God promised to Adam and Eve Who would Redeem the human race.
Study: What did God promise He would do for His people in the “latter days?”
Apply: Look at all the promises God fulfilled in the past. How should this help us to trust Him for the promises not yet fulfilled?
Share: Years ago when I was doing door to door work as a literature evangelist, I met a woman who told me, “Jesus never did anything for me!” I was surprised. How would have responded to this woman? Hint: See Genesis 12:3, Romans 5:18-19, Hebrews 2:9.
Study: What is meant by “only begotten” or “one and only Son?” Hint: See “God’s One and Only Son.”
Apply: How do you know your belief in Jesus is not just presumption?
Share: Your neighbor asks you how he can know if he has eternal life? What do you tell your neighbor? See the Gospel Presentation.
Read Together: Hebrews 1:1-5. Define the main idea of this passage.
Study: What are some of the things that this passage teaches us about Jesus?
Apply: Why is it important to know that Jesus is greater than the angels?
Share: While studying with a protestant family about the spirit of prophecy, the wife told me, “In Hebrews 1:1-2 it says God used to speak to us by prophets but now speaks to us by His Son. This means God no longer uses prophets. He just uses His Son.” How would you have responded to this comment? Hint: See 1 Corinthians 12:28 and Ephesians 4:11-13.
Study: What promise to David did Paul in Hebrews apply to Jesus?
Apply: How does the fulfilment of these passages give you confidence?
Share: Can you think of someone who may be encouraged by something shared in class today? Can you share it with them this week?
But be doers of the word, and not hearers only...James 1:22.