1 Let us beware, then: since the promise never lapses, none of you must think that he has come too late for the promise of entering his place of rest.
Heb 12:15 Prov 28:14 Heb 4:9 Heb 4:3-5 Heb 4:11 Heb 13:7 Rom 3:3-4
2 We received the gospel exactly as they did; but hearing the message did them no good because they did not share the faith of those who did listen.
1Thess 2:13 Heb 11:6 Rom 10:16-17 1Tim 4:8 1Thess 1:5 1Cor 13:3 Acts 3:26
3 We, however, who have faith, are entering a place of rest, as in the text: And then in my anger I swore that they would never enter my place of rest. Now God's work was all finished at the beginning of the world;
Heb 3:11 Matt 11:28-29 Ps 95:11 Exod 20:11 Gen 1:31 1Pet 1:20 Heb 3:14
4 as one text says, referring to the seventh day: And God rested on the seventh day after all the work he had been doing.
Exod 20:11 Exod 31:17 Gen 2:1-2 Heb 2:6
5 And, again, the passage above says: They will never reach my place of rest.
Ps 95:11 Heb 4:3 Heb 3:11
6 It remains the case, then, that there would be some people who would reach it, and since those who first heard the good news were prevented from entering by their refusal to believe,
Heb 3:18-19 Matt 21:43 1Cor 7:29 Acts 13:46-47 Acts 28:28 Gal 3:8 Heb 4:2
7 God fixed another day, a Today, when he said through David in the text already quoted: If only you would listen to him today; do not harden your hearts.
Ps 95:7 Heb 3:7-8 Heb 3:15 1Kgs 6:1 2Sam 23:1-2 Acts 2:29 Acts 2:31
8 If Joshua had led them into this place of rest, God would not later have spoken of another day.
Josh 1:15 Josh 22:4 Heb 11:13-15 Acts 7:45 Deut 12:9 Deut 25:19 Josh 23:1
9 There must still be, therefore, a seventh-day rest reserved for God's people,
1Pet 2:10 Heb 3:11 Heb 4:1 Heb 4:3 Isa 11:10 Isa 60:19-20 Rev 7:14-17
10 since to enter the place of rest is to rest after your work, as God did after his.
Heb 4:3-4 Rev 14:13 Heb 1:3 Heb 10:12 John 19:30 1Pet 4:1-2
11 Let us, then, press forward to enter this place of rest, or some of you might copy this example of refusal to believe and be lost.
Matt 11:28-30 Acts 26:19 Eph 2:2 Eph 5:6 Heb 3:12 Heb 3:18-1 Luke 13:24
12 The word of God is something alive and active: it cuts more incisively than any two-edged sword: it can seek out the place where soul is divided from spirit, or joints from marrow; it can pass judgement on secret emotions and thoughts.
Jer 23:29 Isa 55:11 Eph 6:17 Isa 49:2 1Pet 1:23 Ps 119:130 Rev 1:16
13 No created thing is hidden from him; everything is uncovered and stretched fully open to the eyes of the one to whom we must give account of ourselves.
Ps 33:13-15 1Cor 4:5 Jer 17:10 Prov 15:3 Eccl 12:14 Job 34:21 Ps 44:21
14 Since in Jesus, the Son of God, we have the supreme high priest who has gone through to the highest heaven, we must hold firm to our profession of faith.
Heb 6:20 Eph 4:10 Heb 1:2-3 Heb 7:25-26 Heb 12:2 Heb 8:1 Heb 9:24
15 For the high priest we have is not incapable of feeling our weaknesses with us, but has been put to the test in exactly the same way as ourselves, apart from sin.
Heb 2:17-18 2Cor 5:21 Heb 7:26 1Pet 2:22 1John 3:5 Isa 53:4-5 Isa 53:9
16 Let us, then, have no fear in approaching the throne of grace to receive mercy and to find grace when we are in need of help.
Eph 3:12 Heb 7:25 Heb 10:19-23 Heb 13:6 Phil 4:6-7 Isa 55:6-7 Rom 8:15-17