Jesus Christ accomplished the eternal purpose of God. The total worth of that accomplishment, while apprehended by faith, is yet to be seen on earth.
The universe was created to glorify God. You were created to fellowship with God by sharing in the Father's delight in the Son.
Death is consistent and it has been around for a long time. But it nevertheless is a usurper. Jesus did not recognize death’s authority as legitimate.
Hebrews 5:8 says that "He learned obedience by the things which He suffered.” He also came to terms with His true, eternal identity.
Sin is not passive. It is active agreement with the tempter. It is not so much a weakness as it is the end of the weakness of being tempted.
The crucifixion of Christ was not an intrusion into a life lived for other reasons. Christ lived His life so that He could give it to you. You get it all.
The psalm probably had political baggage in Jesus' day. Hebrews 7 is remarkably non-speculative about Melchizedek. And there was that time Jesus stood up.
Interview with Ryan M. Miller, author of Stepping Stones: A Pathway Into His Presence