Hebrews 13

This chapter completes a series of exhortations which begin in chapter 10.
Brotherly love is inherent in the believer. Carelessness may hinder the outflow.
The original institutions such as marriage must not be violated, although there is a new order of blessing for us.
One who has the companionship of Christ surely should not covet, for He has said, "I will never leave thee."
Those who have gone before, leaving an example and setting before the believer the Word of God, are worthy to be followed as to their faith.
Not strange doctrines, but grace, should characterize the believer.
We may not have visible objects connected with our approach to God, but we do have an altar. Jesus suffered without the gate. Let us go forth therefore unto Him without the camp.
Here we have no continuing city. We are to do good and give. This pleases a giving God.
Obedience to those over us as guides is the very path which the Lord Jesus took.
One who has a good conscience can ask for the prayers of the saints.
The Great Shepherd will lead His sheep into the rest which remains for the people of God.
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