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JesusThe Captain of Our Salvation
Hebrews 2:10
Hebrews 2:10
For it was fitting for Him, for whom are all things and by whom are all things, in bringing many sons to glory, to make the captain of their salvation perfect through sufferings.(NKJV)
Hebrews 2:10
For it was fitting for Him, for whom are all things and by whom are all things, in bringing many sons to glory, to make thecaptain of their salvationperfect through sufferings.(NKJV)
“Captain” - ARCHEGOS
ARCHEGOS(747)Combination of two Greek wordsarche(746): “a beginning”ago(71): “to lead”W.E. Vine:primarily signifies “one who takes a lead in, or provides the first occasion of anything.” In the Sept. it is used of the chief of a tribe or family. “…suggests a combination of the meaning of leader with that of the source from whence a thing proceeds.”
“Captain” - ARCHEGOS
ARCHEGOS(747)Combination of two Greek wordsarche(746): “a beginning”ago(71): “to lead”Thayer:Leading, furnishing the first cause or occasion1. the chief leader, prince:(Acts 5:31)2. one that takes the lead in anything and thus affords an example, a predecessor in a matter3. the author(Heb.2:10)
“Captain” - ARCHEGOS
ARCHEGOS(747)Prince(Acts 3:13-15)
Acts 3:13-15
"The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, the God of our fathers, glorified His Servant Jesus, whom you delivered up and denied in the presence of Pilate, when he was determined to let Him go. "But you denied the Holy One and the Just, and asked for a murderer to be granted to you, "and killed thePrince of life, whom God raised from the dead, of which we are witnesses.
“Captain” - ARCHEGOS
ARCHEGOS(747)Prince(Acts 3:13-15)Captain(Heb.2:10)
Hebrews 2:10
For it was fitting for Him, for whom are all things and by whom are all things, in bringing many sons to glory, to make thecaptain of their salvationperfect through sufferings.(NKJV)
“Captain” - ARCHEGOS
ARCHEGOS(747)Prince(Acts 3:13-15)Captain(Heb.2:10)Author(Heb.12:2)
Hebrews 12:2
looking unto Jesus, theauthorand finisherof our faith, who for the joy that was set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and has sat down at the right hand of the throne of God.(NKJV)
“Captain” - ARCHEGOS
ARCHEGOS(747)Prince(Acts 3:13-15)Captain(Heb.2:10)Author(Heb.12:2)Pioneer (NIVHeb.2:10)One who goes before and opens the way
“Captain” - ARCHEGOS
“Many are calledsons; only one can be described asthe pioneer of their salvation. The word here translated isarchegos. Applied in other New Testament passages to Jesus (Acts 3:15; 5:31; Heb.12:2), it is a term of unusual interest. In secular Greek writings it was used of a “hero” who founded a city, gave it its name and became its guardian. Similarly, it denoted one who was “head” of a family or the “founder” of a philosophic school.”
“Captain” - ARCHEGOS
“The term also had a distinct military connotation (thus the KJV’s “captain”), referring to a commander of an army who went ahead of his men and blazed the trail for them. All of these terms fit Jesus; but the idea of a leader who opens up a new way seems here to be uppermost in the author’s mind. As a pioneer the Son goes ahead of the saved, opening up a path.”(Neil R. Lightfoot: Jesus Christ Today – A Commentary on The Book of Hebrews)
“Captain” - ARCHEGOS
“The term also had a distinct military connotation (thus the KJV’s “captain”), referring to a commander of an army who went ahead of his men and blazed the trail for them. All of these terms fit Jesus; butthe idea of a leader who opens up a new wayseems here to be uppermost in the author’s mind. As a pioneer the Son goes ahead of the saved, opening up a path.”(Neil R. Lightfoot: Jesus Christ Today – A Commentary on The Book of Hebrews)
“Captain” - ARCHEGOS
“The term also had a distinct military connotation (thus the KJV’s “captain”), referring to a commander of an army who went ahead of his men and blazed the trail for them. All of these terms fit Jesus; butthe idea of a leader who opens up a new wayseems here to be uppermost in the author’s mind. As apioneerthe Songoes ahead of the saved,opening up a path.”(Neil R. Lightfoot: Jesus Christ Today – A Commentary on The Book of Hebrews)
“Captain” - ARCHEGOS
“Old compound word (archeand ago) one leading off… one blazing the way, a pioneer...”(Word Pictures In The New Testament: A.T. Robertson)
“Captain” - ARCHEGOS
“Old compound word (archeand ago) one leading off…one blazing the way, apioneer...”(Word Pictures In The New Testament: A.T. Robertson)
“Captain” - ARCHEGOS
ARCHEGOS(747)Prince(Acts 3:13-15)Captain(Heb.2:10)Author(Heb.12:2)PioneerOne who goes before and opens the way
The Captain, Author, Pioneer of…
LifeHe shows us the “way” of “life”(Jn.14:6)There is no “life” without the Son(1Jn.5:12)He shows the path of life(Psa.16:11)Must become a servant to be great(Phil.2:5-8)Became poor that we might be rich(2Cor.8:9)The words of life are in Him(Jn.6:68)
The Captain, Author, Pioneer of…
LifeHe shows us the “way”(Jn.14:6)Our SalvationDestroyed the power of the Devil(Heb.2:14)Death, burial and resurrection(Rom.6)Our FaithEndured the cross(Heb.12:2)In temptation and suffering(Matt.4)
JesusThe Captain of Our Salvation
Hebrews 2:10

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