"Moses was faithful as a servant in God's House. Jesus is faithful as a Son."
It's a pretty powerful assertion.
Not only is Jesus greater than angels (and some would have certainly been enamored with angels...just like many are now)...but Jesus is greater than Moses.
You know...the key figure of the Old Testament narrative? Moses. Jesus is greater.
And the shift the writer points out means everything to us.
Moses was a servant in the household. So if you claimed connection to God through Moses, you could get as close as a servant. Servants were part of the household...but they were secondary. They were subservient to the Master, directed by the Master, used by the Master.
Jesus is a Son in the household. Sons have connection. Relationship. Status. Love. Inheritance. If you claim connection to God through Jesus, your position to God Shifts.
That shift changes everything.
Not just a servant that has a to do list. You're a child of God.
Too many who follow Jesus only get as close to God as a Servant...but we are sons and daughters.
It all comes down to 'do we know Him?'