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Throughout the 40 Days of Lent, our Words from the Servants podcast will feature brothers from around the world as they give daily commentary on the Pentateuch and the book of Hebrews. Today, our Lebanese brother Joe Fahd provides commentary on Hebrews 6:9-20. Take a listen below or click here to download. You can find the full list of our meditation passages for this 40 Days here.


Hebrews 6:9-20:

Though we speak thus, yet in your case, beloved, we feel sure of better things that belong to salvation. For God is not so unjust as to overlook your work and the love which you showed for his sake in serving the saints, as you still do. And we desire each one of you to show the same earnestness in realizing the full assurance of hope until the end, so that you may not be sluggish, but imitators of those who through faith and patience inherit the promises. 

For when God made a promise to Abraham, since he had no one greater by whom to swear, he swore by himself, saying, “Surely I will bless you and multiply you.” And thus Abraham, having patiently endured, obtained the promise. Men indeed swear by a greater than themselves, and in all their disputes an oath is final for confirmation. So when God desired to show more convincingly to the heirs of the promise the unchangeable character of his purpose, he interposed with an oath, so that through two unchangeable things, in which it is impossible that God should prove false, we who have fled for refuge might have strong encouragement to seize the hope set before us. We have this as a sure and steadfast anchor of the soul, a hope that enters into the inner shrine behind the curtain, where Jesus has gone as a forerunner on our behalf, having become a high priest for ever after the order of Melchiz’edek. 

Joe Fahd
Joe was born in Lebanon and grew up in the local Sword of the Spirit community there. He studied Biology with a view toward becoming a medical doctor like his father. Upon getting interested in the celibate life, he changed career tracks and began serving in university outreach, first in Lebanon, and since 2007 in London, England. He survived a potentially life-threatening accident in 2009, but is now fully recovered. He currently leads Koinonia, a student ministry in London helping university students explore community life. He also enjoys the outdoors and hosting people for a Lebanese dinner.
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