Now that we've gotten all of those deep theological reflections out of the way, the author has some practical advice.
Love each other. Be nice to strangers. Don't forget about folks who are in prison or being tortured. Marriage is a good thing, so don't fornicate in your free time. And watch out that you don't get greedy. More money, more problems, right?
Christians should also listen to the folks in charge. That means that they don't need to be branching off and following all kinds of "strange teachings."
They also shouldn't worry their pretty little heads about which foods they should and shouldn't be eating. (Under Jewish law, certain foods are forbidden…but this author clearly digs a B.L.T. every now and then.) Remember, says Mr. Hebrews, anyone who believes in Jesus has access to the best banquet there is anyway.
Back in the old days, the high priest would burn animal sacrifices outside of camp. That's just like Jesus. He was crucified outside of the city of Jerusalem, and he saved the people, too.
Christians should do just as he did. They need to take a stroll outside of camp and come to where Jesus is. Right now, Christians may be homeless, but soon they'll score the keys to a new place in a pretty exclusive city.
The author also asks for the folks who are reading this to pray for him.
And he's got some prayers in return. Hopefully God will make them all perfect and help them to do what's right and good in this crazy world.
He also wants them to pass on the good things they've heard in this book. And he mentions that Timothy will probably be out of prison soon. Way to make parole, Timmy.