After the writer of Hebrews has built his case that the salvation we have in Jesus is truly superior to the old Law, he declares a very scary warning! He declares that if we continue to deliberately keep on sinning no sacrifice of sin is left. It is not simply ‘sin’ that threatens to disrupt our covenant relationship with God — forgiveness deals with this contingency. As shown by the context of 10:25, the author does not have in mind the Christian who becomes guilty of this or that particular sin. The person in view is the Christian who ‘gives up meeting’ with the church and ‘deliberately keeps on sinning.’ Having abandoned the church, having purposely chosen a lifestyle of continual sin, the apostate spurns Jesus and his blood (10:29). So, how does one go from a faithful Christian to this state of apostasy – by the neglect of this wonderful salvation, for this is where one who is spiritually adrift ends up.