H E B R E W S.
In this chapter the apostle, I. Makes some
application of the doctrine laid down in the chapter foregoing
concerning the excellency of the person of Christ, both by way of
exhortation and argument, ver.
1-4. II. Enlarges further upon the pre-eminence of
Christ above the angels, ver.
5-9. III. Proceeds to remove the scandal of the cross,
ver. 10-15. IV. Asserts
the incarnation of Christ, taking upon him not the nature of
angels, but the seed of Abraham, and assigns the reason of his so
doing, ver. 16, to the