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In today’s episode, we’ll be looking at Hebrews 13, verses 7-16. In this passage, the author is going to give us some invaluable advice for living the Christian life. As followers of Christ, our lives are to exhibit the distinctive and defining characteristics of consistency and faithfulness. We are to model our lives after those who have exhibited these same characteristics over time, having proven their faith over the long-haul. The pursuit of the new and the novel is not to be a hallmark of our lives. New isn’t always improved. Heresy oftentimes comes disguised as new teaching or new insights into old truths. But we are to be wary. And we are to prove the veracity of anyone’s teaching by the character and outcome of their lives.