To what must we pay more careful attention?
To what we have heard. (2:1)
Who might taste death for everyone by the grace of God?
How did God also testify to this salvation?
By signs, wonders and various miracles, and gifts of the Holy Spirit distributedaccording to his will. (2:4)
What might Jesus become?
A merciful and faithful high priest in service to God. (2:17)
What received its just punishment?
Every violation and disobedience. (2:2)
Whom is Jesus not ashamed to call brothers?
Those who are made holy. (2:11)
What has God not subjected to angels?
The world to come, about which we are speaking. (2:5)
What has someone testified?
What is man that you are mindful of him, the son of man that you care for him. (2:6)
Who suffered when he was tempted?
Jesus Himself (2:18)
With what did God crown man?
Glory and honor (2:7)
Who confirmed this salvation to us?
Those who heard the Lord (2:3)
Where will Jesus sing your praises?
In the presence of the congregation. (2:12)
What do we not see at present?
Everything subject to man. (2:10)
For whom does everything exist?
What is Jesus not ashamed to do?
To call them brothers. (2:11)
Whom has God given Jesus?
The children (2:13)
Who holds the power of death?
The devil. (2:14)
When were those held in slavery by their fear of death?
All their lives. (2:15)
Whom does Jesus help?
Abraham's descendants. (2:18)
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