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Summary: This message deals with the assurance of salvation. It is a part of my series from the book of Hebrews.

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TEXT: Hebrews 6:13-20

Title: “Three Facts That Assure Our Salvation”

INTRODUCTION:

I. OUR SALVATION IS ASSURED BECAUSE OF WHO PROMISED IT TO US (VS. 13-16)

A. There is assurance because there is none greater than the one who made the promise (vs. 13-14).

1. He is the creator and sustainer of life (Col. 1:16-17).

2. He is the one who wields all power (Matt. 28:18-20)

3. He is the giver of every good gift (Jas. 1:17).

B. There is assurance because there are examples of God’s faithfulness (vs. 15-16).

1. God made a promise to Abraham and fulfilled it (text).

2. God made a promise to Moses (Exodus 3:10-12).

3. God made a promise to Paul (Acts 27:21-44)

4. God’s promise to us will not fail.

II. OUR SALVATION IS ASSURED BECAUSE OF HIS UNCAHANGABLE CHARACTER (VS. 17-18).

A. There are two unchangeable things we can rely on (vs.17-18).

1. God’s Character (Heb. 13:8; Mal. 3:6)

2. God’s Communication (Word)

( Matthew 5:18; Isaiah 40:8)

B. It is impossible for God to lie (v. 18).

1. impossible = adunatov = unable to be done, impossible

2. When God promises something it will be done.

III. OUR SALVATION IS ASSURED BECAUSE OF JESUS’ FINISHED WORK (VS. 19-20).

A. Jesus is the anchor for our soul (v.19).

1. This anchor is sure (asfalhv= firm (that which can be relied on))

2. This anchor is steadfast (bebaiov= stable, fast)

3. This anchor is Jesus’ finished work.

B. Jesus has entered into the holy of holies for us (v.20).

1. Jesus entered the Holy of Holies for us.

2. He tore the veil of separation in two, making access for us (Matthew 27:51 ; Ephesians 2:18; Romans 5:2)

CONCLUSION:


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