Studies in Hebrews
1. Saved Or Half Saved^2. Neglecting Our Salvation^3. The Goal Of Salvation^4. Lower Than The Angels^5. All Out-But Not All In^6. Carcasses In The Wilderness^7. The Rest Of Labor^8. The Second Blessing^9. Gaining The Crown^10. Babes In Christ^11. The Sin...
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1. Saved Or Half Saved^2. Neglecting Our Salvation^3. The Goal Of Salvation^4. Lower Than The Angels^5. All Out-But Not All In^6. Carcasses In The Wilderness^7. The Rest Of Labor^8. The Second Blessing^9. Gaining The Crown^10. Babes In Christ^11. The Sin Unto Death^12. God's Castaways^13. The Heavenly Priesthood^14. The Pride Of Discipleship^15. Law And Grace^16. Falling From Grace^17. God Will Judge His People^18. The Triumph Of Faith^19. The Rewards Of Faith^20. You Are Being Watched^21. Disciplined For Service^22. Afterward^23. Your Report Card^24. Be Ye Separate^25. The Fruit Of Our Lips^205 Pages
Dr. M. R. De Haan, one of America's most beloved Bible teachers, explores the main theme and important doctrinal issues of the book of Hebrews in this devational exposition. Adapted from his popular ministry on the Radio Bible Class broadcast, these chapter-length studies reflect the author's thorough and biblical approach. They are practical in application; however, and accessible to Christian readers of all levels.^^"We believe the book of Hebrews is written for and to believers," Dr. De Haan writes, "to remind all of us that grace carries responsibilities, and we cannot live loose, carnal, unseparated lives and expect to escape the results when 'the Lord shall judge his people.'"^^Some of the twenty-five studies included in this volume are "Saved-or Half Saved," "The Second Blessing," "The Prince of Discipleship," and "Disciplined for Service."
The well-respected Bible teacher and founder of Radio Bible Class, M. R. DeHaan presents these devotional commentaries on Bible books and topics that will be appreciated by lay readers as well as pastors and teachers.
The late M. R. DeHaan, MD, spoke to millions as he conducted his half-hour radio program of Bible teaching each Sunday for more than twenty-seven years. His training included Hope College, the University of Illinois Medical School, and Western Theological Seminary. His son, Rev. Richard W. DeHaan, now carries on the work of the Radio Bible Class.