Hebrews Study Guide

The book of Hebrews speaks to followers of Jesus who are growing weary, facing opposition and discouragement, and in danger of drifting or departing from their faith. Hebrews encourages these weary saints to keep moving forward by pointing them back. While God has revealed himself in different ways in the past, he has revealed himself finally in Jesus. While God has worked to save in amazing ways through history, God has given us an unshakable salvation in Jesus. We can hold on to Jesus because, while there are many shadows, he is the reality. While many things offer us hope, he is the anchor for our souls who holds on to us. Jesus is our true and better salvation who brings true and better hope to weary saints.


These studies are designed so that groups of all kinds and sizes can spend time together in God’s Word even while separated physically. We expect that most people will work through them online, discussing God’s Word and encouraging each other to live in light of it. You could work through them with another member, a few people, or as a group. 


Many of our community groups and Bible studies will work through these studies. If you’d like to join one, get in touch with the staff at Redeemer by filling out this form.





How to Use the Study Guide

You are free to use these studies in whatever way you find helpful. A suggested way of getting the most from them is to:

  • Read
    Read the passage at home by yourself and try to answer the questions in the discussion guide. At the end of each study, write down things you would particularly like to share about the passage with your group or questions you have.

  • Discuss
    Meet with others over Zoom or another platform to discuss the passage, working through the questions in the discussion guide and discussing what this means for you. (For instructions on setting up Zoom: redeemerdubai.com/zoom-help-guide)

  • Pray for One Another
    Make sure you pray for those you meet with, both for things that flow from the passage and for particular needs in each others lives.

  • Listen to the Sermon
    Follow along with our Redeemer Online videos every Friday on this sermon series via this link.