March 30- April 5, 2003 – By His grace He is able to keep every man from transgression. His ambassadors, those who receive Him, are born again, and are thus fitted to represent Him. [Hebrews 7:26–28 quoted].
January 19-25, 2003 – For whom did Christ die? Hebrews 2:9, last part; Romans 5:8. NOTE: “Christ died for all; and we are assured in His word that He is more willing to give His Holy Spirit to them that ask Him than are earthly parents to give good gifts to their children.
January 5- 11, 2003 – Who speaks to the Son of God, and what is He called? Hebrews 1:8. NOTE: “If Christ made all things, He existed before all things. The words spoken in regard to this are so decisive that no one need be left in doubt.
December 29- January 4, 2003 – By whom did God speak in times past? Hebrews 1:1. NOTE: “Patriarchs, prophets, and apostles spoke as they were moved upon by the Holy Ghost, and they plainly stated that they spoke not by their own power, nor in their own name.
February 16–February 22, 2003 – For whom did the priests, from among men, serve? Hebrews 5:1, first part. NOTE: “The people were drawn to the society of the priests and Levites, that they might receive instruction and encouragement in the service of God.” Patriarchs and Prophets, 530.
February 2–February 8, 2003 – What warning did the apostle Paul give to his brethren in Hebrews 3:12? Compare Matthew 24:4. NOTE: “It is right to study closely the teachings of the Bible and to search into ‘the deep things of God’ so far as they are revealed in Scripture.