The author of Hebrews asks that God would make the book’s readers complete, so that they might do God’s will.
The final benediction in Hebrews brings together many themes of the book. God is identified with peace because God provides ways to atone for human sin, thereby restoring relationships with people. Jesus’ death is the means by which God inaugurated the new or eternal covenantA covenant is a promise or agreement. In the Bible the promises made between God and God's people are known as covenants; they state or imply a relationship of commitment and obedience. More, which offers forgiveness of sins. The work of God and Christ point toward a future, when all things will be made complete in the heavenly Jerusalem, but also draw people into lives of obedience in the present. Examples of what is pleasing to God appear earlier in the chapter: mutual love, hospitality, concern for the afflicted, faithfulness in marriage, integrity in financial matters (13:1-6). This final benediction asks that the God who brings people into faith will continue to work in people’s lives so that they may continue living in faith now and in hope of the life to come.