In Christ we have a better priest, covenant, form of worship and access to God, therefore, we must let faith transform and strengthen us.
There is a constant pull toward weariness and discouragement for those who call on God as Father, we fight it with steadfast faith.
Moses is affected by the faith of his family, makes it his own, and affects others.
God asks us to trust Him for things we cannot see, faith is the fuel for that trust.
God calls us to follow Him by faith, trusting His commands, calling, and character more than our circumstances and feelings.
God calls us to a life of faith that requires us to trust in Him, even when life is hard.
There’s nowhere else to go if you walk away from Jesus, so remember your previous confidence, patiently endure the present, and look forward to the eternal promise.
In light of all that God has done for us, Christians are encouraged to draw near through Jesus, hold on during difficult times, and pursue community in the church.
The entire system of worship represented by the Jewish tabernacle pointed toward the ultimate sacrifice of Christ making a way to restore our relationship with God.
Jesus opens the door to God’s presence wider and longer by offering a better sacrifice while we are called and cleansed.
God established a new covenant with His people writing His law on their hearts and minds, demonstrating mercy, and remembering their lawless deeds no more.
Jesus establishes a new and better way to God based on the precedent of an ancient priest.
We have examples we can look to and hope we can cling to as we work out the collision of grace and grit in our daily lives.
We show our love for God by serving others but that’s not easy, so beware the obstacles, learn from examples, and press on – God notices and greater things lie ahead.