Hebrews 7:25 (NKJV) Therefore He is also 
able to save to the uttermost those who come to 
God through Him, since He always lives to make 
intercession for them.  

Hebrews 7:25 (NIV) Therefore he is able to 
save completely those who come to God through 
him, because he always lives to intercede for 

Hebrews 7:25 (ESV) Consequently, he is able 
to save to the uttermost those who draw near to 
God through him, since he always lives to make 
intercession for them.  

Hebrews 7:25 (AMP) Therefore He is able also 
to save to the uttermost (completely, 
perfectly, finally, and for all time and eternity) 


   When people ask me to pray for them, I 
always try to do it immediately. That way, I 
dont forget. Its also a good thing to ask 
other Christians to remember us in prayer when 
were facing a crisis. Without question, theres 
power in unified prayer. 
   Jesus said, If two of you agree here 
on earth concerning anything you ask, my Father 
in heaven will do it for you. For where two or 
three gather together as my followers, I am there 
among them (Matthew 18:19-20 NLT). 
   Hes also in Heaven interceding for us 
right now. The Bible tells us that Jesus Christ 
is able, once and forever, to save those who 
come to God through him. He lives forever to 
intercede with God on their behalf (Hebrews 7:25 
   And the apostle Paul wrote, Who then 
will condemn us? No one - for Christ Jesus died 
for us and was raised to life for us, and he is 
sitting in the place of honor at Gods right hand, 
pleading for us (Romans 8:34 NLT). 
   Robert Murray MCheyne, a 19th-century 
Scottish pastor, said, If I could hear Christ 
praying for me in the next room, I would not fear a 
million enemies. Yet the distance makes no 
difference; he is praying for me. 
   By the way, Jesus Christ prayed a lot 
when He walked among us. He was always praying to 
the Father. We see Him praying all night on a 
mountain, praying before He chose the 12 apostles, and 
praying in the Garden of Gethsemane as He 
contemplated the horrors of the cross. We also see Him 
praying from the cross. 
   So if Jesus, being God, felt the 
necessity to pray, then how much more should we? With 
all of our shortcomings and weaknesses, how much 
more should we follow the example that Jesus set 
for us? [Greg Laurie from Harvest Ministries; 


What is Christ doing in heaven? He is 
interceding for us. By His work the threshold of heaven 
is flushed with the glory of God which will 
shine upon every soul who will open the windows of 
the soul heavenward. As the prayers of the 
sincere and contrite ones ascend to heaven Christ 
says to the Father, "I will take their sins. Let 
them stand before you innocent." As He takes 
their sins from them, He fills their hearts with 
the glorious light of truth and love (MS 28, 
1901). 7BC930,1 

   Scottish minister Robert Murray 
MCheyne said, If I could hear Christ praying for 
me in the next room, I would not fear a million 
enemies. Yet distance makes no difference; He is 
praying for me. 
   The Bible says of Jesus, Therefore He 
is also able to save to the uttermost those who 
come to God through Him, since He always lives to 
make intercession for them (Hebrews 7:25 
   What does Jesus pray when He intercedes 
for us? This is important to know, because in 
finding the answer to that question we can discover 
Gods plan and purpose for us. And that is the 
objective of prayer: to align our wills with the will 
of God. 
   In John 17 we have the greatest prayer 
ever prayed, which is Jesus prayer for us. In 
verse 11 Jesus prayed, Now I am no longer in 
the world, but these are in the world, and I 
come to You. Holy Father, keep through Your name 
those whom You have given Me, that they may be one 
as We are (NKJV). 
   Jesus prayed for our preservation. God 
wants us to be strong spiritually. God want us to 
cross the finish line with flying colors. We all 
know people who have made a profession of faith 
and were growing so much spiritually that we may 
have even looked up to them as spiritual leaders. 
But then one day they crashed and burned. They 
simply walked away from the faith. 
   We think, If someone like that could 
fall, then maybe I could fall, too. Am I next? 
   The answer to that question may surprise 
you: its entirely up to you. 
   God wants to keep you, and God will keep 
you. He will keep you to the end. The question is 
whether you want to be kept. [Greg Laurie from 
Harvest Ministries; https://www.harvestdaily.com] 

He Is Able
   Able... able-bodied... disabled... 
disability. As a quadriplegic, I am very familiar with 
the word, "able." There is so much I am not able 
to do, whether it's playing the piano, 
embroidering, vacuuming, holding a pen or pencil, or 
peeling an orange. My muscles simply aren't capable 
(another one of those words with 'able' in it). 
   This is why I love the many verses in 
scripture which describe our God as able. Today's 
verse reminds us God is able to save completely. 
Because Jesus lives and is no longer subject to 
death, he is able to utterly save and to extend his 
salvation to anyone who comes to God through him. 
Second Timothy 1:12 assures us God is able to keep 
saving us all the way until the day we go to Glory. 
First Chronicles 17:10 tells us God is able to 
subdue all of our enemies, including the powers of 
darkness who try to erode our joy and peace of mind. 
Philippians 3:21 reminds us God is the authoritative 
ruler, able to subdue all things to himself. 
Finally in Matthew 9:28, Jesus asks a troubled blind 
man, "Do you believe that I am able to do this?" 
   I want to be like that blind man. I may 
have a disability, but my confidence rests in the 
Savior. I say with the blind man, "Yes, Lord, have 
your way in my life." 
   If you have a disability, God can be your 
"ability." Plan a study around the verses listed today 
and celebrate Ephesians 3:20-21, "Now to him who 
is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask 
or imagine.., to him be glory in the church and 
in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for 
ever and ever! Amen." 
   Lord Jesus, there is nothing missing in 
your character or your ability to save, sustain, 
succor, and subdue. I praise you because you are 
ABLE! [Joni Eareckson Tada Daily Devotional: 


   You were caught committing a crime. The 
trial date has arrived. The judge is known to be a 
no-nonsense kind of guy. The evidence is clear. You're 
guilty. Then your lawyer stands up. He is your 
advocate in this courtroom. He doesn't lie. He 
doesn't spin the story. The first thing he says is, 
"This person is guilty." Now you know it's over. 
But the next thing he says takes you by 
surprise. But remember, Judge, that this person's 
guilt has already been taken. This person doesn't 
need to be punished because I took the punishment 
myself." Your jaw would drop, to say the least.  
   Your sin had to be punished. God sent his 
Son to pay the penalty for you, but his work on 
your behalf didn't stop there. Jesus is in heaven 
right now serving as your advocate, one who "lives 
forever to intercede with God" on your behalf. Don't 
wallow in guilt. Don't be overwhelmed by fear. The 
Judge is on your side. He has dealt with your sin, 
and he has provided an advocate for you. You've 
been set free, so live like it! [The One Year 
Bible for New Believers re Heb. 7:25] 


Hebrews 7:25 - Christ: The Supreme High 



If anyone has a paraphrase, commentary or 
testimony on this passage of Scripture, either 
personal or otherwise, I would be interested in 
hearing from you.  Thanks in advance and let's keep 
uplifting Jesus that all might be drawn to Him. Fred 


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