Hebrews 10:19 – 25 is a summary or better an application of the arguments that the writer is presenting in chapters 8 – 10. It is a good example of causation.
Verses 19 – 21 present the causes; 22 – 25 the effects. There are two causes and three effects.
Do you see them?
The next step is to ask some questions:
- What is meant by the causes and by the effects?
- How do the causes result in the effects, or how do the causes = substantiate the effects?
- Why use this causal/substantive movement?
- What is implied by it?