God used to speak to us with dreams, prophets, and visions, these days he has spoken to us through His Son, the heir of all the universe and its creator. He is the perfect image of God. (So if you can’t imagine Jesus doing it, then God probably didn’t do it either.) He now sits on high having made an end of sin and is higher than the angels.
He is God’s son, God is His father. He is appointed ruler above all and his reign will never end. God has never called an angel His son, but they are his ministers unto us, the saved.
So we pay closer attention to the words of Jesus, for if the words of the angels were to be taken seriously, how much more the words of God’s son?
The world is not the domain of angels, he has appointed the universe to be ruled over by man, but this is not yet fulfilled for us.
But we do see Jesus, who was made for a time, lesser than the angels by taking on flesh, who died so that he might partake of death for all. He will bring many sons to glory and perfect their faith through suffering and is not ashamed to call us his brothers.
Therefore, since we also share flesh and blood, he became like us, so that he might conquer death and hell, and free us from slavery and the fear of dying. He helps men, not angels, becoming our high priest and mediator with God, giving us aid during the same temptations that he faced.
Christ is better than Moses, for consider that the builder of the house is better than the house itself. Christ, like Moses, was faithful in what was asked of him, but Moses was a servant in the House, while Christ is the heir to the house, his church and body, whom we are if we keep the faith.
Do not harden your heart to his voice as our forefathers did with Moses.
Be careful that there is not a heart of unbelief within you that will leave the faith. Encourage each other today to remain steadfast. We are partakers of the body and blood of Christ. Do not harden your hearts like the people did with Moses. They wandered for forty years and died and did not enter into the rest God wanted for them.