Lecture 1. The Son of God in His Supremacy — Hebrews 1 — 2:4.
Lecture 2. The Son in His Humiliation — Hebrews 2:5-18.
Lecture 3. God's House and God's Rest — Hebrews 3 — 4:10.
Lecture 4. The Heavenly Priest — Hebrews 4:11 — 5:10.
Lecture 5. Apostasy; or, The Strong Consolation — Hebrews 5:11 — 6.
Lecture 6. The Everlasting Priesthood — Hebrews 7.
Lecture 7. The Better Ministry and the New Covenant — Hebrews 8.
Lecture 8. The Priest and His Sacrifice — Hebrews 9:1-15.
Lecture 9. The Finished Work — Hebrews 9:16-28.
Lecture 10. The Sanctified and their Worship — Hebrews 10:1-25.
Lecture 11. Holding Fast — Hebrews 10:26-39.
Lecture 12. The Many Witnesses and their Walk of Faith — Hebrews 11:1-10.
Lecture 13. The Many Witnesses, etc. — Continued — Hebrews 11:11-40.
Lecture 14. Girded for the Race — Hebrews 12.
Lecture 15. The Continuing City — Outside the Camp — Hebrews 13.
Lecture 16. The Glories of Christ traced throughout the Epistle
There is no introduction to the Epistle to the Hebrews, and little need for any preface here. Where Christ is the absorbing theme, everything must yield to Him, and explanations are out of place.
The main themes of the book are the person of Christ, His priesthood and sacrifice, and the place into which He has introduced His people. Everything is measured by these standards, and loyalty to Him is the crucial test for all that would claim attention.
In these closing days of the Church's history, where there is a strong tendency back into that which apes Judaism, a carnal religion without divine power, and where the person of our Lord is lightly esteemed, if not absolutely degraded, it is to be hoped that this little book will serve to call back the thoughts of His people to One who is worthy of all their attention, allegiance, and worship.
May the Lord graciously use it solely to the glory of His own peerless Name! S. Ridout.