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Hebrews 2:1-4
The arrival of Jesus - the final and greatest revelation of God - is a 'great salvation' (vs.3)...

Just think on that for a moment, and compare it to other 'salvations' offered in this world... This salvation is of God, from God, by God, and greater than anything else created by God: this is Jesus.

Have you ever considered that, as you wander through life?

Prayer:
Father, Jesus is your Son, and final revelation. Please help me to know him better, love him more, follow him faithfully, and proclaim him winsomely and truthfully. Amen.
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Hebrews 2:1-4
The astounding twofold statement that kicks off Hebrews - that Jesus is the final revelation of God, and (for this reason) Jesus is supreme above all else - leads into a very serious exhortation in Hebrews 2:1:

'We must therefore pay even more attention to what we have heard, so that we will not drift away'

The statement is clear: 'because Jesus is this, pay attention so that you don't drift from Jesus'.

Everything that God's mob are taught, everything that God's mob hear - this must be treated with care. It must be held up against the finality and supremacy of the revelation of God that is Jesus. Not to do this, is to drift, to drift from the final revelation of God.

So, let me ask you: do you know this final revelation of God, this Jesus, so well and so regularly that you can listen to everything with care? And, by 'everything', I mean 'everything', from advertising to music to conversation...

Prayer:
Father, thank you that Jesus is your final and supreme revelation. Please enable me to know him so well, by reading your word, that I listen to all things with great care. Amen.
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