The Finality and Superiority of the Son of God: Hebrews
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson begins his exposition on the Epistle to the Hebrews. Dr. Johnson discusses questions of the book's authorship and explains it's background against the Jewish traditions.
Angels Worship the Son!: Hebrews
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his introduction of the letter to the Hebrews by discussing the author's focus on Christ's place above the angels. Practical warnings to Christians today are also pointed out as Dr. Johnson notes how the letter was sent to older believers who were in danger of lapsing into error.
The Majesty of the King: Hebrews
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the opening passage of the Epistle to the Hebrews which details Christ's glory. Dr. Johnson uses Psalm 45 as a Scripture in support of his exposition.
Jehovah in Manifested Glory: Hebrews
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his exposition on the introduction of the Epistle to the Hebrews and its establishment of Christ's authority from following the Father's will.
The Royal Priest and His Exalted Servants: Hebrews
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson concludes his study of the first chapter of Hebrews by expounding the final attribute given of Christ by the writer. Dr. Johnson discusses the attribute's origin in Psalm 110.
The Danger of Drifting: Hebrews
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson teaches on the admonition given by the writer of Hebrews that believers act on the Gospel they have believed.
The Glorious Destiny: Hebrews
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives further commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews with a discussion of how God's righteous judgment applies to those who accept salvation through Christ Jesus.
Populating Heaven: Hebrews
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains what the Hebrews writer meant when he stated that Christ was made perfect as the captain of salvation through suffering.
The Defeat of the Devil, or Old Nick Wiped Out: Hebrews
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on the Hebrews passage which states the purpose of the combat between the Christ and the devil.
Jesus – Wholly Sufficient of Life’s Trials: Hebrews
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson discusses the providential role Christ plays in the believer's sanctification as their High Priest.