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c 26 For such a high priest be- a new covenant with the house came us, who is holy, harmless, of Israel and with the house of undefiled, separate from sinners, Judah: and made higher than the heavens; g 9 Not according to the covenant t 27 Who needeth not daily, as that I made with their fathers, in those high priests, to offer up sa- the day when I took them by the crifice, first for his own sins, and hand to lead them out of the land then for the people's: for this he of Egypt; because they continued did once, when he offered up not in my covenant, and I regardhimself.

ed them not, saith the Lord. t 28 For the law maketh ment 10 For this is the covenant thật high priests which have infirmity ; I will make with the house of but the word of the oath, which Israel, after those days, saith the was since the law, maketh the Son, Lord; I will put my laws into who is consecrated forevermore their mind, and write them in their CHAP. VIII.

hearts; and I will be to them a INTOW of the things which God, and they shall be to me a

IN we have spoken this is the people: sum: We have such a high priest, * 11 And they shall not teach who is set on the right hand of the every man his neighbour, and throne of the Majesty in the hea every inan his brother, saying, vens;

Know the Lord: for all shall know 2 A minister of the sanctuary, me, from the least to the greatest. and of the true tabernacle, which 16 12 For I will be merciful to their the Lord pitched, and not man. lunrighteousness, and their sins I 3 For every high priest is or- and their iniquities will I rememdained to offer gifts and sacrifices: ber no more. wherefore it is of necessity that this 13 In that he saith, A new coveman have somewhat also to offer. nant, he hath made the first old.

4 For if he were on earth, he Now that which decayeth and should not be a priest, seeing that waxeth old, is ready to vanish there are priests that offer gifts away. acco the law:

CHAP. IX. 5 Who serve unto the example THEN verily the first covenant, and shadow of heavenly things, as I had also ordinances of divine Moses was admonished of God service, and a worldly sanctuary. when he was about to make the f 2 For there was a tabernacle tabernacle: for, See (saith he) made ; the first wherein was the that thou make all things accord-candlestick, and the table, and the ing to the pattern shewed to thee shew-bread; which is called the m the mount.

Sanctuary. t 6 But now hath he obtained a T 3 And after the second vail, the more excellent ministry, by how tabernacle which is called the much also he is the mediator of a Holiest of all; better covenant, which was esta- 54 Which had the golden censer, blished upon better promises and the ark of the covenant over

7 For if that first covenant had laid round about with gold, wherebeen faultless, then should noin was the golden pot that had place have been sought for the manna, and Aaron's rod that second.

loudded, and the tables of the a 8 For finding fault with them, covenant ; he saith, Behold, the days come, 5 And over it the cherubims of saith the Lord, when I will make Iglory shadowing the mercy-seat ;

of which we cannot now speak ceive the promise of eternal inheparticularly.

ritance. 6 Now when these things were 16 For where a testament is, thus ordained, the priests went there must also of necessity be the always into the first tabernacle, death of the testator. accomplishing the service of God: 17 For a testament is of force 17 But into the second went the after men are dead: otherwise it high priest alone once every year, is of no strength at all while the not without blood, which he offer- testator liveth. ed for himself, and for the errors f 18 Whereupon neither the first of the people:

testament was dedicated without 8 The Holy Ghost this signify- blood. ing, that the way into the holiest 19 For when Moses had spoken of all was not yet made manifest, every precept to all the people while as the first tabernacle was according to the law, he took the yet standing:

blood of calves, and of goats, with 9 Which was a figure for the water, and scarlet wool, and hys time then present, in which were sop, and sprinkled both the book offered both gifts and sacrifices, and all the people, that could not make him that did 20 Saying, This is the blood of the service perfect, as pertaining the testament which God hath to the conscience;

enjoined unto you. 10 Which stood only in meats 21 Moreover, he sprinkled likeand drinks, and divers washings wise with blood both the tabernaand carnal ordinances, imposed cle, and all the vessels of the on them until the time of reforma- ministry. tion.

|t 22 And almost all things are by 11 But Christ being come a the law purged with blood; and high priest of good things to come, without shedding of blood is no by a greater and more perfect ta- remission. bernacle, not made with hands, f 23 It was therefore necessary that is to say, not of this building; that the patterns of things in the ** 12 Neither by the blood of goats heavens should be purified with and calyes, but by his own blood, these ; but the heavenly things he entered in once into the holy themselves with better sacrifices place, having obtained eternal re-than these. demption for us.

It 24 For Christ is not entered into 13 For if the blood of bulls and the holy places made with hands, of goats, and the ashes of a heifer which are the figures of the true ; sprinkling the unclean, sanctifieth but into heaven itself, now to to the purifying of the flesh: | appear in the presence of God t 14 How much more shall the for us: blood of Christ, who through the 25 Nor yet that he should offer eternal Spirit offered himself with himself often, as the high priest out spot to God, purge your con- entereth into the holy place every science from dead works to serve year with blood of others; the living God?

| t 26 For then must he often have b 15 And for this cause he is the suffered since the foundation ci mediator of the new testament, the world: but now once in the that by means of death, for the end of the world hath he appeared redemption of the transgressions to put away sin by the sacrifice De that were under the first testament, himself. they which are called might re-lt 27 And as it is appointed unto nen once to die, but after this the which can never take away sins: udgment:

It 12 But this man, after he had - 28 So Christ was once offered to offered one sacrifice for sins, for pear the sins of many ; and unto ever sat down on the right hand them that look for him shall he of God; appear the second time without 13 From henceforth expecting sin unto salvation.

till his enemies be made his footCHAP. X.

stool. fLIOR the law having a shadow t 14 For by one offering he hath

T of good things to come, and perfected for ever them that are not the very image of the things, sanctified. can never with those sacrifices t 15 Whereof the Holy Ghost also which they offered year by year is a witness to us: for after that continually, make the comers he had said before, thereunto perfect.

|| 16 This is the covenant that I 2 For then would they not have will make with them after those ceased to be offered ? because days, saith the Lord; I will put that the worshippers once purged my laws into their hearts, and in should have had no more con- their minds will I write them; science of sins.

17 And their sins and iniquities 3 But in those sacrifices there is will I remember no more. a remembrance again made of sins 18 Now, where remission of these every year.

is, there is no more offering for sin. 4 For it is not possible that the 19 Having therefore, brethren, blood of bulls and of goats should boldness to enter into the holiest take away sins.

by the blood of Jesus, a 5 Wherefore, when he cometh 20 By a new and living way, into the world, he saith, Sacrifice which he hath consecrated for us, and offerings thou wouldest not, through the vail, that is to say, his but a body hast thou prepared me: flesh;

6 In burnt-offerings and sacri- 21 And having a high priest fices for sin thou hast had no plea- over the house of God; sure,

| d 22 Let us draw near with a true 7 Then said I, Lo, I come (in heart, in full assurance of faith, the volume of the book it is writ- having our hearts sprinkled from ten of me) to do thy will, O God. an evil conscience, and our bodies

8 Aboye, when he said, Sacri. washed with pure water. fice and offering and burnt offer- d 23 Let us hold fast the profesings and offering for sin thousion of our faith without wavering; wouldest not, neither hadst plea- for he is faithful that promised: sure therein ; which are offered by & 24 And let us consider one ano. the law;

ther, to provoke unto love, and to 9 Then said he, Lo, I come to good works: do thy will, O God. He taketh à 25 Not forsaking the assembling away the first, that he may es- of ourselves together, as the mantablish the second.

ner of some is; but exhorting one t 10 By the which will we are another ; and so much the more, sanctified through the offering of as ye see the day approaching. the body of Jesus Christ once w 26 For if we sin wilfully after for all.

that we have received the know11 And every priest standeth ledge of the truth, there remain. daily ministering and offering eth no more sacrifice for sins, oftentimes, the same sacrifices, 27 But a certain fearful looking

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| CHAP. XỈ. 28 He that despised Moses' law,lt NTOW faith is the substance of died without mercy under two or I things hoped for, the erithree witnesses:

dence of things not seen: w 29 Of how much sorer punish- 2 For by it the elders obtained a ment, suppose ye, shall be be good report. thought worthy, who hath trod-1 3 Through faith we understand den under foot the Son of God, that the worlds were framed by and hath counted the blood of the the word of God, so that thing covenant, wherewith he was sanc- which are seen were not made a tified, an unholy thing, and hath things which do appear. done despite unto the Spirit of c 4 By faith Abel offered unto God grace ?

Ja more excellent sacrifice the t 30 For we know him that hath Cain, by which he obtained ! said, Vengeance belongeth unto ness that he was righteous, Go me, I will recompense, saith the testifying of his gifts: and by it be Lord. And again, The Lord shall being dead yet speaketh. judge his people.

c 5 By faith Enoch was translated 31 It is a fearful thing to fall that he should not see death ; and into the hands of the living God. was not found, because God had t 32 But call to remembrance the translated him : for before bus former days, in which, after ye translation he had this testimony, were illuminated, ye endured a that he pleased God. grea

t 6 But without faith it is impos 33 Partly, while ye were made sible to please him : for he tha a gazing-stock both by reproaches cometh to God must believe tha: and aflictions; and partly, while he is, and that he is a rewarder oi ye became companions of them them that diligently seek him. that were so used.

c 7 By faith Noah, being warned b 34 For ye had compassion of me of God of things not seen as the in my bonds, and took joyfully the moved with fear, prepared an art spoiling of your goods, knowing into the saving of his house ; by the yourselves that ye bave in heaven which he condemned the world a better and an enduring sub- and became heir of the righteolia stance.

ness which is by faith. . d 35 Cast not away therefore your c 8 By faith Abraham, when confidence, which hath great re-was called to go out into a place compense of reward.

which he should after receive 101 36 For ye have need of patience an inheritance, obeyed; and that, after ye have done the will went out, not knowing whither les of God, ye might receive the pro- went. mise.

1 9 By faith he sojourned in the g. 37 For yet a little while, and he land of promise, as in a strang that shall come will come, and country, dwelling in tabernacles will not tarry.

with Isaac and Jacob, the heirs d 38 Now the just shall live by with him of the same promise: faith: but if any man draw back, l 10 For he looked for a ch my soul shall have no pleasure in which hath foundations, whos him.

builder and maker is God. c 39 But we are not of them whol 11 Through faith also Sara her draw back unto perdition ; but ofl self received strength to concelle ped and was delivered of a child parents, because they saw he was hen she was past age, because a proper child ; and they were le judged him faithful who had not afraid of the king's commandromised.

ment. 12 Therefore sprang there even c 24 By faith Moses, when he was f one, and him as good as dead, come to years, refused to be called 1 many as the stars of the sky in the son of Pharaoh's daughter; jultitude, and as the sand which 25 Choosing rather to suffer af; by the sea-shore innumerable. Aiction with the people of God,

13 These all died in faith, not than to enjoy the pleasures of sin aving received the promises, but for a season ; laving seen them afar off, and e 26 Esteeming the reproach of vere persuaded of them, and em- Christ greater riches than the braced them, and confessed that treasures in Egypt: for he had hey were strangers and pilgriins respect unto the recompense of in th: earth.

the reward. 14 For they that say such things 27 By faith he forsook Egypt, declare plainly that they seek a not fearing the wrath of the king: Country.

for he endured, as seeing him who 15 And truly, if they had been is invisible. mindful of that country from 28 Through faith he kept the whence they came out, they might passover, and the sprinkling of have had opportunity to have re-blood, lest he that destroyed the turned.

first-born should touch thein. e 16 But now they desire a better g 29 By faith they passed through country, that is, a heavenly: the Red sea as by dry land: which wherefore God is not ashamed the Egyptians assaying to do were to be called their God: for he hath drowned. prepared for them a city.

lg 30 By faith the walls of Jericho c 17 By faith Abraham, when he fell down, after they were comwas tried, offered up Isaac: and passed about seven days. he that had received the promises C 31 By faith the harlot Rahab offered up his only-begotten son, perished not with them that be

18 Of whom it was said, That in lieved not, when she had received Isaac shall thy seed be called: the spies with peace.

19 Accounting that God was 32' And what shall I say more? able to raise him up, even from for the time would fail me to tell the dead; from whence also he of Gideon, and of Barak, and of received him in a figure. . Samson, and of Jephthae, of Dac 20 By faith Isaac blessed Jacob vid also, and Samuel, and of the and Esau concerning things to prophets: come.

1€ 33 Who through faith subdued c 21 By faith Jacob, when he was kingdoms, wrought righteousness, a dying, blessed both the sons of obtained promises, stopped the Joseph ; and worshipped, leaning mouths of lions, upon the top of his staff.

34 Quenched the violence of c 22 By faith Joseph, when he fire, escaped the edge of the sword, died, made mention of the depart- out of weakness were made strong, ing of the children of Israel ; and waxed valiant in fight, turned to gave commandment concerning Aight the armies of the aliens. his bones.

If 35 Women received their dead e 23 By faith Moses, when he was raised to life again: and others born, was hid three months of his I were tortured, not accepting de

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