Our Anchor

January 28th, 2018

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Hebrews 6:9-20

Life is not stagnant. As a riptide presents danger to a careless swimmer, the author of Hebrews warned of a similar danger to the Christian’s walk. The first word of instruction he offered his readers was to pay attention! They needed to be aware of this danger: The danger of drifting. The problem is, it doesn’t seem dangerous. It’s subtle. It’s our tendency, too.

We need to caution against familiarity. The more familiar we become with something, the more common it becomes. That can be detrimental to our Christian lives.

Swayed by the voices and pressures of the day, the Hebrew church was on the verge of losing their identity and drifting from the content of their Christianity. So, the pastor/author urged: Pay attention, listen, consider, look to, focus on Jesus!

Because of what the Son has done, we have an anchor for the soul–One who holds us steady against life’s current; One who can keep us where we need to be!

Author: Billy Huddleston


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