Hebrews 12:14-29 Bible Study Questions

Hebrews 12:14-29 Bible Study Questions

  1. What is the main reason for making every effort to live in peace and be holy?
  2. What happens when a root of bitterness is allowed to grow?
  3. Review the story of Esau in Genesis 25: 19-34; Genesis 27:30-45) Why was Esau considered irreverent for selling his birthright?
  4. God’s grace does not fail, and yet people fail to depend on God’s grace. What sins as identified in verses 15-17 risk robbing us of the enabling of God’s grace?
  5. The account of Esau warns us to NOT live for what?
  6. Which two mountains are compared in verses 18-24 and what do they represent?
  7. Who are the citizens that make up to population of the city of the living God?
  8. Why does Jesus’s sprinkled blood speak a better word than the blood of Abel? (Review Abel’s story in Genesis 4:1-16)
  9. How does contemplating the glories of heaven help during the hard times in this life?
  10. How is God speaking to us today?
  11. What types of shakeable things do people build their life upon?
  12. What truths keep us steady in this shakeable world?

Application:

  1. Is there anyone in my life that I am not at peace with or is not at peace with me? What efforts can I make to try to reestablish peace?
  2. What has God’s grace enabled me to do?
  3. Why am I thankful for receiving God’s unshakable kingdom?
  4. Does my worship show God the reverence and awe due Him? Why or why not?