Summer 2019 Unit 2 Letter to the Hebrews


Lesson 9 Move on to Maturity

Junly 28, 2019

  Christians must continually mature in the faith.  

The Lesson Overview


Every Christian has struggles to overcome as he or she matures in Christ. For the original audience of Hebrews, the struggles seem to have centered around their familiarity with and desire to maintain the practices of Judaism that would hinder a proper recognition of who Jesus is. This lesson explores how Hebrews addressed this problem in chapter 4, as well as how the writer exhorted the people toward spiritual maturity, in chapters 5–6.

As you study this lesson, try to identify specific stumbling blocks Christians might face today. Then look for ways to challenge students to identify these things and eliminate them from their lives.  

Study Text

Hebrews 7:1 through 8:13

Key Verse

Hebrews 5:14

Strong meat belongeth to them that are of full age, even those who by reason of use have their senses exercised to discern both good and evil  (KJV).


1. Embrace Christ as High Priest 

     Hebrews 4:14 through 5:10

          A. Approach With Confidence

          B. Perfect High Priest

2.  Move Beyond Immaturity 

     Hebrews 5:11 through 6:3

          A. Move On to Solid Food

          B. Press On to Maturity

3.  Make Your Hope Sure 

     Hebrews 6:4–12

           A. Do Not Go Back

           B. Diligent to the End




Monday:  Mature and Immature Advice.

 Mature and Immature Advice

Tuesday:  Seek Wisdom.

Proverbs 2:1–11

Wednesday: Wisdom Will Deliver You.

Proverbs 2:12–22

Thursday: Mere Infants in Christ.

1 Corinthians 3:1–9

Friday:  Maturity in Youth.

1 Timothy 4:12–16

Saturday: Crave Pure Spiritual Milk.

1 Peter 2:1–3

Radiant Life Volume 100 Summer Number 4 June -  August 2019 Adult Student Guide. Scripture KJV. By Gospel Publishing House