6 And again, when God brings his firstborn into the world, he says,
“Let all God’s angels worship him.”
In the first couple of verses of chapter 1 the author of Hebrews has proved that the gospel supersedes the law and that Jesus Christ is above the prophets. He then continues by addressing an obvious objection that some of the Jewish zealots would make by asserting the law was not delivered by men, but ordained by angels (Gal. 3:19), since the scripture has always represented the angels as the most excellent of all creatures including man. But in the wake of this fact, the author continues to state in verses 5-14, that Jesus Christ is even loftier that the angels and that even the angles will worship him. Through this description, the author is expressing and proving that Christ is not only superior to the angels but he is also challenging what or whom the listeners place at the center of their lives (Con)
Thoughts for the day
- What or who do you place at the center of your life?
- What does this passage tell you about God, Jesus and man?
- What do you feel God is telling you through this passage?
- How can you apply this message in an area of your life that needs transformation?
- Is there anyone you can share this message with?
Pray for revelation: ask God to show you something of His character, presence or beauty where you are now.