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In the context of Hebrews, the writer made references to the Tabernacle only, not the Temple. In the wilderness wanderings, at the time of the Tabernacle, the contents in the Ark of the Covenant were the stone tablets, the pot of manna, and Aaron's rod. If the manna and the rod were not transported in the Ark, scripture would have specified how they were ...


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Two things to clarify. The desire to seek God is from God The desire to repent is from God If you experience any of these desires it means that God is still calling you. Hebrews 6:4-6 refers to those who have had a much greater revelation of God's character, yet still managed to act repeatedly against the Holy Spirit abiding in their heart and eventually ...


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Is there any way back from the situation described in Hebrews 6:4-6? As I understand the question, you are asking if these verses mean that a Christian who "falls away" cannot be restored. In context, chapter six begins with the description of moving away from basic Christian teachings to those that are more advanced. Right away we are presented with some ...



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