Hebrews 8:1-9:15

I remember an incident that occurred over 25 years ago. A person, a congregant, came into my office. This person was tortured by a sin that was committed several years previously. I have no reason to think that the person was not a believer, in fact, the person was a believer at the time of the sin. The person had confessed the sin to God, but could not move on. Have you ever been haunted by your past? Have you ever felt that God could not really love you? That your sin is just too great? If people really knew you they would walk away — even your spouse. You reason that since God does know you He can’t really love you or forgive you or accept you. Join us as we examine Hebrews 8:1-9:15 and see why it is important for all our relationships.