Hebrews 13 Bible Study Questions

Hebrews 13 Bible Study Questions

  1. Define exhortation.
  2. Read Hebrews 13:1-18. Make a list of all the exhortations given in these 18 verses. 
  3. What truths can be learned about God the Father and Jesus the Son in chapter 13?
  4. Read Psalm 118:6. How did this truth help the original audience of Hebrews, and to what can we apply this same truth to today?
  5. What does it practically look like to be strengthened by grace?
  6. Why does going to Jesus mean we will bear the same disgrace he bore? What are examples of disgrace Christians are called to bear?
  7. What are ways a church family can make leadership a joy rather than a burden?
  8. Why are flippant attitudes towards pastoral authority dangerous?
  9. What does it mean to give God a continual sacrifice of praise?
  10. Why should doing good and sharing not be neglected in the Christian life?
  11. What major themes of the book of Hebrews are reflected in the benediction and final greetings of the book? (Verses 20-25)
  12. How does prayer impact a person’s conscience and desires?
  13. What was the author of Hebrews praying for his audience in verses 20-21? 

Application:

  1. Which exhortations in chapter 13 do I find the most challenging to obey?
  2. How has walking with the Lord brought contentment to my life?
  3. Of the leaders I have had in my life, whose faith do I want to imitate the most?
  4. What good things is God calling me to do and how has He already equipped me to do His will?
  5. How would I write out verses 20-21 as a personal prayer? Write it out now.