INTRO: The writer to the Hebrews deals with two great problems he feels necessary to address. The first is that in their discouragement in their Christian faith with regard to the Lord Jesus Christ, in whom they had trusted, they were putting their hope in Angels to deliver them. Though they had not suffered severe persecution they had had a very difficult time. They were experiencing what many, many, Christians over the centuries have experienced. They had been gloriously saved. They had learned of Jesus Christ who had been crucified, buried, resurrected, and ascended into heaven. They had put their trust in Him and now life was difficult and Jesus Christ was not coming to deliver them. And now they were being influenced by some of their own Jewish people that they would be delivered out of their problems by angels. Is this letter a letter for us? Don't put your trust in angels. Don't put your trust in Donald Trump or the truckers. In my own view, Donald Trump was the best leader I have seen in my lifetime. The truckers had or have a very legitimate cause. I rejoice when I see that which is right gains victory. But, ultimately put your trust in the Son! I see in the leader of our country a demonized man. Don't focus on him, focus on the Son! The writer of this first majestic sentence in Hebrews begins, not by pointing out the error of trusting in angels, but by exalting the Son of God! Only at the end of the sentence does he introduce the subject of angels.