The use of the hortatory subjunctive makes these prescriptive for a community not suggestive. It is the intention of the writer of Hebrews and through His active inspiration, the Holy Spirit, that this level of engagement of people, the increasingly intensifying and urgent encouragement to hold fast to their hope and to stimulate them into love and good works, is normative, commanded in our communities of faith.
This understanding of Hebrews 10:23 – 25 (here @ Bible Gateway), builds on and sheds light on several other passages in the epistles. Together, these passages begin to suggest a pattern of behavior that intentionally moves new believers into mature believers who are capable and committed to in turn lead others through the process through which they have progressed.
If this understanding of this sentence is accurate, it begs the question, is this your experience in your body? If not, why not? Frankly, it has not been my experience. That reality is challenging me to pray differently for those with whom I am in fellowship. If this is accurate, my responsibility is to increasingly, urgently engage with those whom God has placed in my life.
I would challenge you to consider how this impacts what you do in your fellowship. Further, I would challenge you to look at the following passages in light of this understanding of Hebrews 10:23 – 25 (here @ Bible Gateway):