- Instead of subjecting the world to angels, God gave man that role (v.5-9).
- What can we know about the relative position of angels and mankind?
- How does the marginal reading of “a little while” help us understand?
- The One perfected through suffering makes us holy and family (v.10-11).
- What hope can we have because Jesus was made perfect through suffering?
- How does it feel to know that Jesus is not ashamed to call us brothers and sisters?
- Jesus is eager to announce that we are children of God (v.12-13).
- What do the contexts of these Old Testament quotes tell us of God’s heart?
- How close does God see our relationship with Him and His Son?
- Jesus became like us to free us from the one who held us (v.14-15).
- What assurance is available to us in our struggle against Satan?
- Why is it important for us to know that we are both freed and family?
- Jesus had to be made like us so that He could make us like Him (v.16-18).
- What are the results of Jesus being made like us in every way?
- How can you be sure that Jesus is always able to help you?
Call to Action: To see Jesus being made like you so that you strive to be like Him.