All Scripture is FOR us, but not all Scripture is TO us. In order to understand difficult passages like Hebrews 6, we need to properly understand the context of the immediate audience.
Learn to listen to the providence of God. Obedience to the clear commands of Scripture, coupled with discernment in God’s providence, will yield immense clarity for what you’re actually called to do (and what you’re NOT called to do).
“As soon as Joshua got to the mountains Ebal and Gerizim, without delay, and without caring for the unsettled state of Israel, or their enemies, he confirmed the covenant of the Lord with his people, as appointed.” -Matthew Henry
The Church must pray, preach, and work towards God’s loving restoration of “The Grace of Shame.”
The Bible contains some crazy stuff. We must be careful not exaggerate the truth of any biblical text. However, the more common problem today is that “sophisticated” pastors continually downplay the truth of biblical texts in order to appear “reasonable” in the eyes of the pagans. #IBelieveInNephilim
This is what pastors and fathers keep missing as they seek to raise the next generation of Christians.