Way Into the Holiest

by F. B. Meyer


F.B. Meyer's detailed exposition of the book of Hebrews brings to readers the rich lessons contained within the anonymously authored epistle. Meyer intended The Way Into the Holiest to draw attention to the substitutionary aspect of Christ's death. Meyer believed that Christians consistently overemphasized the necessity of religious rituals, ultimately forgetting the surpassing power of salvation and sanctification. Meyer writes freely of the dignity of Christ and the glory of His office, reminding Christians of their duty to worship Him. Through his words, Meyer incites Christians to rejoice in Christ's merciful and faithful salvation, by which our repentant spirits are revived. This spiritual commentary successfully answers many questions of Christology and presents a wonderful depiction of the Christian life.

Emmalon Davis
CCEL Staff Writer

About F. B. Meyer

View author page »

Picture of F. B. Meyer
Picture of F. B. Meyer
Source: Wikipedia
Born: April 8, 1847
Died: March 28, 1929
Related topics: Christian life, Baptists, Christian life--Baptist authors, Bible, Biography, …
VIEWNAME is workInfo