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Jesus: Our Great High Priest

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In this passage we are given 2 specific commands in these verses and they are to hold fast to our confession in vs. 14 and draw near with confidence vs. 16. These commands are not based on anything in us, but they are based entirely on who Jesus is: Since Jesus is our great high priest the sons of God who has passed through the heavens, we must, therefore, hold fast our confession. Furthermore, since Jesus is our high priest who is able to sympathize with our weaknesses, we should draw near with confidence to the throne of grace to receive mercy and help.

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 Sermon Notes Sermon Notes Jesus: Our Great High Priest Jesus: Our Great High Priest Hebrews 4:14-16 Hebrews 4:14-16 Pastor Josh Monda Pastor Josh Monda I. Since Jesus is our great High Priest let us hold fast our I. Since Jesus is our great High Priest let us hold fast our confession. confession. A. Jesus is a living High Priest A. Jesus is a living High Priest B. Jesus is at the right hand of God B. Jesus is at the right hand of God C. Jesus is the Son of God C. Jesus is the Son of God D. Let us hold fast to our confession D. Let us hold fast to our confession II. Since Jesus is our sympathetic sinless High Priest, we must II. Since Jesus is our sympathetic sinless High Priest, we must be a people of prayer be a people of prayer A. Jesus is our sympathetic High Priest A. Jesus is our sympathetic High Priest B. Jesus is our sinless High Priest B. Jesus is our sinless High Priest C. We must be a people of prayer C. We must be a people of prayer 1. Why pray? Because we are weak 1. Why pray? Because we are weak 2. When do we pray? We need help always 2. When do we pray? We need help always 3. How should we pray? Directly to God with confidence 3. How should we pray? Directly to God with confidence in Jesus in Jesus 4. What should we expect when we pray? Mercy and 4. What should we expect when we pray? Mercy and grace grace How will I apply this message? How will I apply this message? Listen online at www.fbcwashington.org/sermons Listen online at www.fbcwashington.org/sermons
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