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Christ is the Author of Salvation/(Heb 5)-Be careful of Spiritual Immaturity- End 2024 Supply Issues

Good morning, my brothers and sisters in Christ.


Reading, Study, and Devotional over Hebrews 5


Summary:

Jared led a conversation about Hebrews Chapter 5, highlighting the qualifications of a priest during the OT times, the role of Christ as the author of salvation, and the danger of spiritual immaturity. He also discussed Christ's role as a High Priest in the order of Melchizedek, emphasizing His submission to the Father and the need for Christians' continuous growth and maturity. Towards the end, he brought up potential supply chain and logistics issues in 2024, stressing the importance of proactive planning and preparation.


Spiritual Discussion on Hebrews Chapter 5

The meeting focused on a spiritual discussion led by Jared, centered around Hebrews Chapter 5. The conversation covered the qualifications of being a priest in the Old Testament, the role of Christ as the author of salvation, and the caution against spiritual immaturity and complacency. Jared facilitated a chapter reading, highlighting key verses and explaining their significance. Participants were encouraged to ask the Lord for understanding and application of the Lord's teachings.


Christ's Priesthood in Hebrews and Genesis

Jared led a discussion on the role of Christ in the Bible. They focused on verses from Hebrews, particularly highlighting Christ's role as a High Priest in the order of Melchizedek, a figure from the Old Testament. Jared also noted that Christ is both a Priest and a King, referencing Genesis 14, where Melchizedek, the King of Salem and priest of God's Most High, blesses Abram (Abraham). They concluded that Christ's perfect Priesthood continues in the church today.


Biblical Verse Discussion: Hebrews 5:7 and Matthew 26

Jared discussed a biblical verse, specifically Hebrews 5:7, and its connection to Matthew 26. They suggested that "cries and tears" could refer to Christ's agonizing prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane. The discussion ended with Jared referring to the next section of the biblical passage.


Faith Growth and Logistics: 2024 Concerns

Jared discussed the importance of avoiding spiritual complacency and the need for Christians to continually grow and mature in their faith. They emphasized the importance of study and knowledge of the Scriptures as a primary means of spiritual exercise. Jared also felt significant supply chain and logistics issues may arise in 2024. They stressed the importance of thoughtful planning and being physically and spiritually prepared for potential challenges.


In Christ, love Jared W. Campbell







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