‘But I’m not a Hebrew! So why should I read a letter addressed to Jewish believers?’ Because the author’s warnings and appeals (‘Don’t go back, do go on’) are needed by Christians teetering on the slippery slope of backsliding or simply standing still. For the eager believer, still running the race, this letter offers a new perspective on both the Old Testament and the Lord Jesus. It answers the crucial question: where is he now and what is he doing? People saw him as the Prophet and will see him as the King, but Hebrews sees him as the Priest we all need. Yet he is ‘the same yesterday, today and for ever’!