Go boldly to the throne of the Lord

Hebrews Bible Background

11.07.2018 – New Testament: Heb 4.16

To read the Bible in a year, read Hebrews 4 on November 7, In the year of our Lord Christ 2018

By Don Ruhl

If you are a Christian, do you go to the throne of the Lord boldly? If not, be sure to read Hebrews 4, especially verses 14–16 to find out why you can. Verse 16 says:

Let us therefore come boldly to the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need (Hebrews 4.16).

Going to the throne boldly does not mean with arrogance, because we should be humble before the Lord. Yet, we do not have to be ashamed going to Him to ask for help. He wants to help us, but He also wants us to ask Him for help.

Questions:

  • What keeps you from going to the throne during times of need?
  • When you have gone, what happened afterwards?

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2 thoughts on “Go boldly to the throne of the Lord

  1. Don, Whenever I hear you pray I think of this verse–you truly are praying boldly to the throne of grace.

    So thankful I receive these devotionals from you and the sermons you send me to listen to when

    I am unable to attend services. Thank you, Hope

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    • Thank you for your kind words, Hope! If I knew that you were on my email devotional list, I had forgotten. Thanks for reminding me and I am glad to hear that they benefit you. You and Don have been a huge blessing to me.

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