12:2 Who should you keep looking to? Why? What did Jesus do for you?
12:3 What should you do? What will be the difference if you do these things?
12:4 What did the writer say about the readers of this book?
12:5 Have you forgotten God’s words? When must you listen especially to the *Lord? What must you not do?
12:6 What can you expect if the *Lord has accepted you as his son?
12:7 What should be your answer to God’s discipline? What does God’s discipline show you?
12:8 Why should you accept God’s discipline?
12:9 Who do you respect for the discipline that they have used to train you? How should you reply to the discipline of God, our father?
12:10 Why do fathers train their children? Why does God train you?
12:11 How did you feel about discipline when you were a child? How do you consider discipline now? What are the benefits of training by discipline?
12:12 What do you need to do?
12:13 What should you do?
12:14 What do you need if you want to see the *Lord?
12:15 What should you not do? What could be the result of your anger?
12:16 What did Esau do that was so wrong? What caused him to *sin like that?
12:17 What did Esau find out?
12:18 What were the mountains that the *Israelites saw like? Do you face such mountains?
12:19 Could you expect to have the experiences that the *Israelites had?
12:20 Could anyone choose to go to the mountain?
12:21 What was it like at Mount Sinai?
12:22 Where have you come as a child of God?
12:23 What has happened for you?
12:24 Who made the new agreement? How did he make it? Why is Jesus’ blood better than the blood of Abel?
12:25 What do you need to do? What happened to those who refused to listen to *warnings on earth? What will happen if you refuse to hear *warnings from heaven?
12:26, 27 What do you learn about what God will do?
12:28 What have you received as a believer? What should you do?
12:29 What do you learn about God?