My indecisive nature must be stabilized. Christ is the Lord of my life and I am so sick and so tired of qualifying that in attempts to please other people. In fact, I am no longer striving to please anyone in particular, only my God. I say that with a sense of fear yet acknowledgment. Feeling that fear also promotes a sense of peace that only my God is able to provide. I am forever done with striving to attain peaceful feelings among people. I am beyond ready to quit living this bystander-like existence. I plead for Jesus to equip me with the ability to please Him. No longer am I aiming to receive human gratification.
This blog will be a map compiling all of my feelings and my rants towards the necessary death of my indecisiveness, along with my Hebrew’s study… I hope this grows us closer and I also hope you do the Hebrews study with me!
————————————————————————————————————————————————– I’m reading about the book right now- just to get more of a perspective on it… I’m also doing a lot of research on who wrote the book of the Hebrews online and this is what I found:
So, who actually wrote Hebrews? The letter fills a needed space in Scripture and both outlines our faith and defines faith itself in the same way that Romans defines the tenets of Christian living. It closes the chapters of faith alone and serves as a prelude to the chapters on good works built on a foundation of faith in God. In short, this book belongs in the Bible. Therefore, its human author is unimportant. What is important is to treat the book as inspired Scripture as defined in 2 Timothy 3:16-17. The Holy Spirit was the divine author of Hebrews, and of all Scripture, even though we don’t know who put the physical pen to the physical paper and traced the words.