Read: Hebrews 4:6-13 again.
- Verse 6 begins with the word “therefore.” This is a word that prepares to state a conclusion based on what has gone before. What is the conclusion the word “therefore” in verse 6 introduces in verse 7?
- Verse 6 contains two conditional clauses introduced by the word “since.” These two conditions summarize Hebrews 3:7-19 and give two reasons for the statement in verse 7, “God again set a certain day, calling it ‘Today.’” What are these two reasons?
- Verse 7 says that “God again set a certain day, calling it ‘Today.’” What do you think the author is talking about? In other words, what does he mean by “today”?