This refers to the way leading the redeemed back to Jerusalem, the throne of Messiah, literally and spiritually. Christ Himself is to be the leader on that way, called in Isaiah 40:3, the “way of the Lord.”
Commentary from the MacArthur study Bible, notes for Isaiah 35:8.
They were to fix their eyes on Jesus as the object of faith and salvation.
Commentary from the MacArthur study Bible, notes for Hebrews 12:1.
~This is the last in a series of four on faith, with Bible text.~
The opposite of apostasy is faith. This is a preview of the subsequent chapter. It is faith which pleases God. The individual who draws back from the knowledge of the gospel and faith will prove his apostasy.
Commentary from the MacArthur study Bible, notes for Hebrews 10:38.
~This is the first in a series of four on biblical faith, with Bible text images.~
The Law was not meant as a means to self-righteousness, but a means to self-condemnation, pointing man to his sin, leading to conviction, repentance, and pleading to God for mercy.
Commentary from notes for 1 Timothy 1:9, the MacArthur study Bible.
God is faithful in regard to creation (Ps. 119:90), His promises (Deut. 7:9; 2 Cor. 1:18; Heb. 10:23), salvation (1 Thess. 5:24), temptation (1 Cor. 10:13), suffering (1 Pet. 4:19), and here faithful to strengthen and protect from Satan (cf. John 17:15; Eph. 6:16; 1 Thess. 3:5).
Notes for 2 Thessalonians 3:3, from the MacArthur study Bible.
The one thing necessary was exemplified by Mary in Luke 10:38-42, an attitude of meditation and worship. Mary listened to Jesus with an open heart and mind.
The praise of God, combined with the proclamation of the Word, make up the believer’s dual weapon in carrying out the Lord’s decree of judgement against evil authorities.
Notes, HCSB Apologetics study Bible, Psalm 149.