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12:15 falls short of the grace of God The author exhorts his audience to care for others and assure that none lack God’s grace. This phrase resembles 4:1, which warned of falling short of entering God’s rest.
root of bitterness Refers to someone who is idolatrous. This agricultural metaphor recalls the description of useless land in 6:8.
12:16 sexually immoral Since there are no OT references to this, the reference to Esau could be figurative here, denoting the relationship of idolatry with fornication (compare Deut 31:16; Num 14:33; Judg 2:7; Hos 1:2).
Esau Refers to the brother of Jacob, son of Isaac (Gen 25:24–26). He took foreign wives, which was viewed negatively by his parents (Gen 26:34–35; 27:46) and in later passages Israelite men marrying foreign women is condemned because it could lead to idolatry (see note on Ezra 9:1–10:44).
birthright The heir apparently would receive a double portion of inheritance (Gen 43:33; Deut 21:17). In the case of Esau and Jacob, the elder son also would receive from Isaac the divine blessings that God had given to Abraham (Gen 12:1–3; 15:18–20). The remark that Esau despised this birthright (Gen 25:34)—which holds foundational significance for Israel—contributes to the negative assessment of him. See Gen 25:29–34.
12:17 inherit the blessing Esau despised his birthright (Gen 25:34) and ultimately lost it because of the cunning of Jacob and Rebekah (Gen 27:4–29).
although he sought it with tears Refers to Gen 27:38.
12:18–29 This section contains the final warning of Hebrews (see Heb 2:1–4; 3:12–13; 6:4–8; 10:26–31). Imagery from Israel’s encounter with God at Mount Sinai (Exod 19–24) forms the backdrop for a comparison between the consuming presence of God (Heb 12:29) and His presence in the heavenly Jerusalem (v. 22).
12:18 something that can be touched Refers to Mount Sinai (Exod 19:16–22; 20:18–21; Deut 4:11–12; 5:23–27). The people of Israel were commanded to avoid touching the mountain, which was God’s dwelling place (Exod 19:12–13).
to a burning fire Recalls Israel’s experience at Sinai (Exod 19:18; Deut 4:11–12).
12:19 noise of a trumpet The trumpet blast at Sinai caused the exodus generation to shake in fear (Exod 19:16, 19; 20:18).
sound of words God’s voice from the fire on the mountainside spoke the 10 commandments (called “words” in the Hebrew text; Exod 19:19; 20:1; Deut 4:11–13).
12:21 I am terrified and trembling In Deut 9:19, Moses expresses his fear at being in God’s presence when He was angry at Israel after the golden calf incident (Exod 32:1–6).
Barry, J. D., Mangum, D., Brown, D. R., Heiser, M. S., Custis, M., Ritzema, E., … Bomar, D. (2012, 2016). Faithlife Study Bible (Heb 12,15–21). Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press.
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