I understand context and the fact that it is important to determine who is being spoken to in a passage of scripture. One can not prpoerly interept and aply the scripture without understanding this. I think I do a fairly adequate job in doing this. However I have a simple question, that to be honest with you, I do not know the answer to. I am not looking for a debat but I am sure there may be some, I am looking to learn. How do I know who a passage applies to? Some cases are easy, God told Ezekial to speak, he told Joshua to march around Jericho. However there are many other where it is not so clear. Foe example is the Book of Hebrew speaking only to Christian Jews of the first century? or is it speaking to Christian Jews today? Maybe it speaks to all Christians. Technically I can dismiss all scripture and say it does not apply to me. I do not believe that to be the case. My question and challenge for you is to educate me on how I make a determination on what passages apply to me and what ones do not. Since I am doing this to learn my comments will be few. I will ask for clarification when needed and may challenge from time to time, but I want to learn.