Hebrews 1:4-14

In this section of Hebrews, Christ is compared to the angels, and we see how much better he is than the angels. The task he was given was more than that given to angels – he was “anointed” (the meaning of Christ or Messiah) to be the redeemer of all creation. For God did not send his Son merely to save a few human beings from hell: he sent him to redeem the whole of creation, infected and distorted by sin, so that all things – ALL THINGS – might be subject again to God.

Sermon: Hebrews 1 4-14


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