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In today’s episode, we’ll be covering the last portion of Hebrews chapter 12, looking at verses 25-29. In this passage, the author makes yet another comparison between the events surrounding Mount Sinai and the as-yet-to-be events that are associated with the future Mount Zion or Christ’s earthly kingdom. There is a day coming when our faith will no longer be in the hoped for and unseen. There will be a tangible, lasting, and unshakeable kingdom in which we will live for eternity. The things of this earth are temporal and will one day be replaced with the perfect and permanent. This flawed, sin-ravaged creation will be renewed and redeemed by God. And it is for that day we are to confidently, expectantly hope.