Two significant results

Now may the God of peace—who brought up from the dead our Lord Jesus, the great Shepherd of the sheep, and ratified an eternal covenant with his blood—may he equip you with all you need for doing his will. May he produce in you, through the power of Jesus Christ, every good thing that is pleasing to him. All glory to him forever and ever! Amen. Heb 13.20-21 NLT

This verse includes two significant results of Christ’s death and resurrection. God works in us to make us the kind of people that would please him, and he equips us to do the kind of work that would please him. (BibleHub)

Jesus did not die for angels

“Most assuredly, Jesus does not give help to the angels (2:16). Whatever you want to say about the eternal destiny of angels and their free will and all of that, Jesus did not die for angels. Jesus did not take on the nature of angels. He did take on the nature of humanity.” —Daily Droplets

One of the most amazing thoughts of all time, that Jesus died for men, and not for angels.

Faith attitude of the interim

Faith is the attitude of the interim, Heb 11.39-40. It walks toward the promise of God. It plows through doubt. It breaks through barriers that would throw it down as a useless tool. It battles the challenges to receive from the Lord an eternal reward. Faith will one day be dissolved when sight comes into play, when the promise is given. For now, however, faith is the bridge to carry us across.