Hebrews 6: Warnings Against Denouncing Christ

1. Read 6:4-6. According to this verse, is it possible for a former Christian, who has finally and totally rejected Christ, to ever get saved again?

2. According to II Peter 2:21, what can I turn away from by my own free will?

3. According to II Peter 3:17, if a Christian is led away from God through sin,
what might he/she “fall from?”

4. According to Romans 11:22, if a Christian chooses not to continue in God’s goodness, what will happen?

5. According to Revelation 21:37, where must my name be written in order to enter heaven?

6. According to Revelation 3:5, does God blot names out of this book? (Wouldn’t a name have to be there first in order to be blotted out later?)

7. According to Ezekiel 33:18, what will happen to a righteous person who decides to turn away from his righteousness?

8. What happened to the women in I Timothy 5:11-12?  Why?

9. What did the people mentioned in I Timothy 5:15 “turn aside” after?

10. We are the friends of Jesus…if we do what? (John 15:14)

11. What is true of the Christian who patiently endures? (Psalm 1:3)

12. According to 6:10, what will God remember?

13. According to 8:12, what will God not remember?

14. According to Psalm 103:12, how far away are the sins of your old life?

15. What should you remember that will encourage you to abound in the work of the Lord?  (I Corinthians 15:58)

16. When a person’s life continues to be solidly founded on Jesus, of what can he/she be assured?  (I Corinthians 3:14)

17. How did Abraham demonstrate his faith by continuing to do?  (6:15)

18. If we have taken true “refuge” in the finished work of Christ on the cross, what should we have?  (6:18)

19. What is our hope in Christ compared to in 6:19?

20. What two things are said concerning this “spiritual weight” in 6:19?

Maxim of the Moment

Faults are thick where love is thin.