Run with Perseverance: A 40-Day Devotional Bible Study on the Book of Hebrews about Faith and Godly Living (audiobook)

Run with Perseverance: A 40-Day Devotional Bible Study on the Book of Hebrews about Faith and Godly Living (audiobook)

Discover the book of Hebrews like never before.

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Discover the book of Hebrews like you’ve never read it before.

If you want to skip the fluff and dive deeper into Scripture, this Bible study devotional is for you!

Peter DeHaan’s down-to-earth biblical teaching style is relevant, applicable, and inspiring. Over the next 40 days while you’re immersed in the book of Hebrews, you’ll gain a broader understanding of how God’s Word applies to your life today.

Each day’s reading includes fresh insights, application questions for your journal or small group, and additional Bible references for Christians who want to spend even more time digging into the truth of Scripture.

Grow in your faith, find answers to life’s hardest questions, and experience a closer walk with the Lord with this thought-provoking, faith-building study from Peter DeHaan, beloved Christian author and founder of the A Bible a Day website.

RUN WITH PERSEVERANCE is perfect for individuals, families, or small groups. This life-changing study offers practical, insightful, and encouraging truths for believers from all walks of life.

Whether you’re new to studying Scripture or you’ve read the book of Hebrews a dozen times and never felt like it really spoke to you fully, Peter DeHaan’s insights and teachings will encourage your soul and illuminate the themes in this sometimes hard-to-understand book.

Read RUN WITH PERSEVERANCE and grow in your faith today!

 

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The Book of Hebrews

Hebrews is a tough read for many people. They struggle to comprehend it. So if you strain to make sense of this concise 13-chapter book, you’re not alone. In this 40-day devotional Bible study, we’ll dig into this book to unveil the powerful truths it contains.

First, a bit of background.

We don’t know who wrote Hebrews. Traditionally, many people ascribe it to Paul. Yet scholars say the writing style and structure of Hebrews doesn’t match Paul’s other letters in the Bible. They conclude he isn’t the author.

Other considerations are Apollos and Barnabas. Apollos was an educated man who thoroughly knew the Old Testament Scriptures (Acts 18:24). Barnabas was a Levite who would have likewise known the Old Testament (Acts 4:36). Though either could have written Hebrews, this is mere conjecture.

Interestingly, the author never uses the pronouns I and my and instead uses we and our. This suggests the letter to the Hebrews is a group effort. Perhaps—and this is just speculation—Paul, Apollos, and Barnabas worked as a team of writers. Also note that the authors are themselves Hebrew and part of their target audience.
Though it would be interesting to know the book’s authors, it’s more important to consider the book’s audience.

The name Hebrews suggests it’s for the Hebrew people. But does this mean the Jews (that is, the Hebrews) who have converted to Christianity or the Jews who haven’t converted? It could be either. The book of Hebrews clearly ties the old covenant of the law with the new covenant of Jesus, so either group could benefit from the text.

Hebrews, which takes less than an hour to read, could help Jewish non-Christians connect the Old Testament with Jesus, revealing him as the Savior the prophets foretold. Yet Hebrews seems more directed to Jewish Christians, to help keep them focused on their newfound faith in Jesus and his new covenant, when they might be tempted to retreat to the familiar old covenant they grew up with.

If you’re not Jewish or familiar with Judaism, don’t despair.

The book of Hebrews is a great resource for non-Jewish believers—that is, Gentile Christians. It can help us more fully appreciate how Jesus fulfills the Old Testament law when he comes to earth to die for our sins.

Hebrews is a celebration of our faith today and the Old Testament traditions that support it. By better understanding Hebrews, we’ll better understand our relationship with Jesus.


Who do you think wrote the book of Hebrews? How might that inform your understanding of this book?

[Discover more about the Hebrew people in Exodus 5:3, 9:13–14, and 10:3.]

Meet Author Peter DeHaan

Peter DeHaan, PhD, often makes religious people squirm, but spiritual seekers cheer. He’s not trying to be provocative, but he seeks truth, even if it makes some people uncomfortable. He yearns for Christians to push past the status quo and reconsider how they practice their faith in every area of their lives.

Peter earned his doctorate, awarded with high distinction, from Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary. He lives with his wife in beautiful Southwest Michigan and wrangles crossword puzzles in his spare time.

Learn more about Peter