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8,3912. Chagas I kam. ti. sa, ned, whose carcases fell in the wildernefs ? The arithörity and honour of our Saviours 10, 15, 215,233 ; , &c. &36 18 And to whom fware he that they priesthood. 11 Negligence in the knote ledge

Num. 14. 30. should not enter into his reft; but to' them thereof is reproved.
Deut. 1.34135• that believed not?

Every high priest taken from among
54 19 So we see that they could not enter men; is ordained for men b in things chap. 8. si
în because of unbelief,

pertaining to God, that he may offer both Chap 8: 5,4?
CHAP. IV.

ġifts and sacrifices for sins :
1 The rest of Christians is attained by faith. ż 4 Who * can have compassion of the a'Chap. 2: 185

12 The power of Gods word. 14 By our ignorant; and on them that are out of the mos, como reasons
high priest Jefus the Son of God, subject. way; for that he himself also is compaffed ably bear wake

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to infirmities, but not fin, 16 we must and with itfirmity:
may go boldly to the throne of grate. 3. And by reason hereof he ought, as

I Lëv. 9.9.
Et us therefore fear, left a promise be for the people, fo alfo for himself, to offer Chap. 7. 27.

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2 Forunto us was the gospel preached, himself

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for, because they ed did not profit them, t not being mixt 5* So also, Christ glorified not himself, to 'Johas. sa
were not wited with faith in them that heard it.

be made 'an high priest; but he that said un-
9. 3. For we which have believed do enter to him, Thou art my Son, to-day have I *Pfal

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14 For he spake in a certain place of the 7 Who in the days of bis flesh, when he
seventh day on this wife, bo And God did had.m offered up prayers and supplications, « Matth.26.38%
rest the seventh day from all his works. with strong crying and tears, unto him 42,44 42 27.
99 And in this place again, If they shall en that was able to save him from death; and John 17. to

was heard, t .p-in that he feared ;
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7.700 710 So the author of eternal falvation unto all them Luke 22. 43,
77 Again, he limitëth a certain day; saying that obey him ;
in Davia, To day, after so long, a time ; 'as 10 Called of God an high priest's after Chapinero
it is said, “To dáy, ifi ye will hear his voice, the order of Mėlchisedee.
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12 För when for the time ye ought to be toi, "keeping of There remaineth therefore a freft to teachers, ye have need that one teach you the people of God.

again which be the first principles of the o. . . - ko For he that is entred into his teft, he racles of God;

racles of God; and are become such as have also hath ceased from his own works, as - need of milk, and not of strong i

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61 Cor. 14. 24. and marrow, and is 18 a difcerner of the i He exhor tethnot to fallback from the faith,

thoughts and intents of the heart. :) 7. Il but to be stedfast, 12 diligent and pat
PAW 341), 113 h Neither is there any creature that is tient to wait upon God13 because God
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Now consider how great this man was, 64. of the holy Ghost,

unto whom even the patriarch Abraham 5 And have tasted the good word of gave the tenth of the spoils. Chen10:26: God, and the powers of the world to 5. And verily · they that are of the sons "Nei,

of Levi, who receive the office of the 6 If they shall fall away, to renew them priesthood, have a commandment to take John 4. 10. Chap. 2. so again unto repentance ;- seeing they crucifie tithes of the people according to the law, to themselves, the Son of God afresh, and that is

, of their brethren, though they come put him to an open shame.

out of the loyns of Abraham : 7 For the earth which drinketh in the 6 But he whofe descent is not counted Pos, se rain that cometh oft upon it, and bringeth from them, received. tithes of Abraham, forth herbs meet for them t by whom it is and bleffedd him that had the promises. dressed, receiveth blesling from God ::

7. And without all contradiction, the less 8. But that which beareth thorns and is blessed of the better. briers, is rejected, and is nigh unto cursing;

8 And here men that die receive tithes : whose end is to be burned.

but there he receiveth them; of whom it is 9 But, beloved, we are perswaded better witnessed that he liveth. things of you, and things that accompany 9 And as I may fo say, Leyi also who resalvation, though we thus, speak.

ceiveth tithes, payed tithes in Abraham. 10 * For God is not unrighteous, to 10. For he was yet in the loyns of his

forget your work and labour of love, father when Melchisedec met him. John 13, 20. which ye have shewed toward his name, in II If therefore perfection were by the Golden There is on that ye have, ministred to the saints, and do. Levitical prielthood, (for under it the peo * 1 Theff. 1.5. minister.

ple received the law) what further need ir And we desire that every one of was there that another priest should rise af• Colitas 2you do shew the fame diligence, to the ter the order of Melchifedec, and not be full assurance of hope unto the end ;

called after the order of Aaron ?. 12. That ye be not slothful, but followers 12. For the priesthood. being, changed, of them, who through faith and patience there is made of necessity a change alle af inherit the promises.

the law. 13 For when God made. promise to A 13 For he of whom these things are fpo

braham, because he could swear by.no grea- ken, pertaineth to another tribe, of which | Gėn. 22. 16. ter, P he sware by himself,

no, man gave attendance at the altar, 14. Saying, Surely, blessing, I will blefs. 14. For, it is evident that our Lord thee, and multiplying, I will multiply thee. fprang out of Juda.,, of which tribe Moses

15 And so after he had patiently endur- spake nothing concerning priesthood. ed, he obtained the promise.

15. And it is yet far more evident:: for 16 For men verily swear by the greater :

that after the similitude of Melchisedec ? Exod. 27; 11. and 9 an oath for confirmation is to them there ariseth another priest, an end of all strife.

16 Who is made, not after the law of 2 17 Wherein God willing more abundant- carnal commandment, but after the power

ly to thew unto the heirs. of promise, the of an endless life, Gr. interposed immutability of his counsel, confirmed it 17 For he testifieth, Thou art a prelt sul dia by an oath :

for ever after the order of Melchisedec, 18. That by two immutable things, in

18 For there is verily a disanulling of the which it was impossible for God to lie, we commandment going before, for the weak--.. might have a strong consolation, who have ness and unprofitableness thereof. fled for refuge to lay hold upon the hope

19 For the law made nothing perfect, set before us :

# but the bringing in of a better hope ded; cu: 19 Which hope we have as an anchor of by the which,k we draw night unto God.: 10 *Chape 90 90. 'the foul, both sure and Itedfast, and which

20 And in as much as not without an sgt. entreth into that within the vail,

oath he was made priest, Chap: 9: 2+ i 205 Whither the forerunner is for us 21. (For those priests were made * with a Chap: 3; 1. & entred, even Jefus, ' made an high priest out an oath: but this with an oath, by him for ever after the order Melchisedec. that said unto him,." The Lord sware and I Platin CH A P. VII.

will not repent, Thou art a prieft for ever i Chrif Jesus is a priest after the order of after the order of Melchisedea) | Melchisedec, 11 and so far more excellent 22 By so much.” was. Jesus. made a surety Chain than the priests of Aarons order.

of a better teftamenti Or this . Melchisedec king of Salem) 23 And they truly' were many priests,

priest of the most high God, who met because they were not suffered to continue Abraham returning from the Naughter of by reason of death : +: the kings, and blessed him :

24 But this man, because he continuech 2 To whom alfo Abraham gáve a tenth ever, hath an f unchangeable

. priesthood. part of all: first being by interpretation king 25

Wherefore he is able also to fave to every of righteousness, and after that also; king them to the uttermost, that come unto 404 of Salem, which is; king of peace'; God by him, seeing he ever liveth to make sem. ! 3. Without father, without mother, intercellion for them.

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27 Who needeth not daily, as P thofe high dignity and perfection of the blood and sa1.7'de priests, to offer up facrifice, first for his own crifice of Christ. Chap 5.3. lins, and then for the peoples: for this he

covenant did once, when he offered up himself.

ordinances of divine service, and a *Or, ceremonies. 28 For the law maketh! men high priests worldly sanctuary. which have infirmity; but the word of the 2 For there was a tabernacle made, a the 'Exod. 46.

oath which was since the law, maketh the first b wherein was the candlestick, and the bExod. 26. 35. afraid. Son, $who is * consecrated for evermore. table, and the shew-bread;. which is called “Exod25. 30. CH A P. · VIII. † the sanctuary.

for, holy. 1 By the eternal priesthood of Christ, the Le 3

And after the second vail, the taber- dExod. 26. 31.

Chap. 6. 19. vitical priesthood of Aaron is abolished; 7

nacle which is called the holiest of all : and the temporal covenant with the fa 4

Which had the golden censer, and thers, by the eternal covenant of the gospel

. the ark of the covenant overlaid round about w of the things which we have fpo- with gold, wherein was the golden pot that 'Exod. 16. 33,

ken, this is the sum : We have such had manna, and & Aarons rod that budded, Num.17.10. 1.3. & an high priest, who is set on the right and the tables of the covenant ; & 12. 2. hand of the throne of the Majesty' in the

5 And i over it. the cherubims of glory 1 Kings 8.9. heavens;

shadowing the mercy-seat : of which we 'Elodas , 2 A minister * of b the sanctuary, and of cannot now speak particularly. po 8, 12,

the true tabernacle which the Lord pit 6 Now when these things were thus or-
ched, and not man.

dained, k the priests went always into the “ Num. 25. 3. a 5. 1. 3 For d every high priest is ordained to first tabernacle, accomplishing the service of

offer gifts and facrifices: wherefore e it is God:
of neceflity that this man have somewhat 7 But into the second went the high priest
also to offer.

alone 'once every year, not without blood, Exod. 30. 10.
4 For if he were on earth, he should not which he offered for himself, and for the 34. Ver. 2s.
be a priest, seeing that t there are priefts errors of the people.
that offer gifts according to the law :

8. m The holy Ghost this signifying, that " Chap. 10. 19, 5 Who Terve unto the example, and 'sha - the way into the holiest of all, was not yet • John 14.6. ele

dow of heavenly things, as Moses was ad made manifeft, while as the first tabernacle

monished: of God when he was about to was yet standing: the as. 40. make ine tabernacle & For fee ( faith he) 9. Which was a figure for the time then

that thou make all things according to the present, in which were offered both gifts

pattern shewed to thee in the mount.: and facrifices, that could not make him Chap. 7. 16. PCD3. 6. 6 But now h hath he obtained a more ex that did the service perfect, as pertaining to DIE RU

cellent ininistry, by how much also he is the the conscience, of amenio mediator of a better { covenant, which was 10 Which stood only in P meats and drinks, Plev. 1. 2a established upon better promises

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and 4 divers washings, and carnal & ordi- Nuth, 19 7

For if that firit covenant had been fault nances imposed on them until the time of 1 or, tites, os, less, then should no place have been fought reformation. for the second.

11 But Christ being come an high priest 'Chap. 3.1. 8 For finding fault with them, he faith, of good things to come, by a greater 'Chap. 8. . 31,32, i Behold, the days come ( faith the Lord and more perfect tabernacle, not made Flame

when I will make a new covenant with the with hands, that is to say, not of this buil-
house of Israel and with the house of Judah:

9 Not according to the covenant that I 12 Neither by the blood of goats and
made with their fathers in the day when I calyes, butby his own blood he entred in Ads 20,25,
took them by the hand to lead them out of u once into the holy place, * having obtain-ict. 1.9
the land of Egypt; because they continued ed eternal redemption for us.
not in my covenant, and I regarded them 13 For if y the blood of bulls, and of Zech. 3.8.
not, faith the Lord.
goats, and a the ashes of an heifer sprinkling Dan...24

. 19 For this is the covenant that I will the unclean, fanctifieth to the purifying of LV.16.14, make with the house of Israel after those days, the flesh ;. faith the Lord ; I will * put my laws into 14 How much more · shall the blood of 1?, &c. their mind, and write them † in their hearts: Christ, who through the eternal Spirit, c i John 1.7. and k I will be to them a God, and they offered himself without * fpot to God, thall be to me a people.

purge your conscience from + dead works f Eph. soz. 11 And 'they shall not teach every man to serve the living God? his neighbour, and every man his brother, 15 . And for this caufe h he is the medi-Clap. 6. 1• saying, Know the Lord: for all shall know ator of the new testament, i that by means 1 Pet.4.2. me, from the leait to the greatest.

of death, for the redemption of the trans- Chap.7. 22. 12 For I will be merciful to their unrigh gressions that were under the first testament, komis... teousness, and their sins and their iniquities they which are called might receive the pro- 1 Pet. 3. 18. will I remember no more.

mise of eternal inheritance..
Dr. 5. 17. 13m In that he faith, A new covenant, he 16 For where a testament is, there must

hath made the first old. Now that which de- also of necessity t be the death of the te- t os, be bronzka
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sin thou wouldst not, neither hadst pleasure 64.

18 ! Whereupon, neither the first tefta- therein (which are offered by the law ;) ment was dedicated without blood.

9 Then said he, Lo, I come to do thy 19. For when Moses had spoken every will, O God. He taketh away the firit, 301, p-e fiet.

precept to all the people according to the that he may establish the second. * Exod. 24.5,6. law,

he took the blood of calves and of 10 * By the which will we are fanctified, 'Johar 39. 19. goats, with water and * scarlet wooll, and 8 through the offering of the body of Je- Chap. 9. 11.

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11 And every priest standeth daily mini20 Saying, " This is the blood of the testa- string and offering oftentimes the same faMarch, 26.28. ment which God hath enjoyned unto you.

crifices which can never take away sins : 21. Moreover, • he sprinkled likewise

h But this man after he had offered Chapo I. de Levit. 8. 155 k with blood both the tabernacle, and all the one sacrifice for sins, for ever sat down on vessels of the ministry.

the right hand of God 22 And almost all things are by the law 13 From henceforth expecting till his 'Pfal. 110. 1:

enemies be made his footstool. PLevit. 17.11. purged with blood ; and P without shedding of blood is no remission.

14. For by one offering he hath perfect- Verle 1. 23. It was therefore necessary that the ed for ever them that are fanctified. patterns of things in the heavens should be 15 Whereof the holy Ghost also is a witpurified with these; but the heavenly things ness to us : for after that he had said before, themselves with better sacrifices than these. 16 ! This is the covenant that I will make 'Jer. 11.38,94

24 For 9 Christ is not entred into the with them after those days, faith the Lord;

holy places made with hands, which are I will put my laws into their hearts, and in tChap 8 1. the figures of the true ; but into heaven their minds will I write them : • Rom s. 36. it self, now s to appear in the presence of 17 #. And their fins and iniquities will I some copiee God for us :

remember no more. 1 Joho 2. 1.

25 Nor yet that he should offer himself 18 Now, where remission of these is, • Verse 7.

often, as the high priest entreth into the there is no more offering for sin.
holy place, every year with blood of o 19 Having therefore, brethren, bold-
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26 (For then must he often have suffer- of Jesus,

• Chap 9,1% ed since the foundation of the world) but 20 By a new and living way which he now u once * in the end of the world, hath hath ti consecrated for us through the tor, now inada

Chap 9. 3 1. Cor. 10. 11. he appeared to put away sin by the facri- vail

, that is to say, his flesh ; Eph. 1. 10. fice of himself.

21 And having p an high priest over the P Chap.4.2416. 27 And as it is appointed unto men once

house of God : to die, but after this the judgment :

22 Let us draw near with a true heart, 28 So y Christ was once z offered to bear 9 in full assurance of faith, having our hearts . Eph. so 15 ilet.'i. 24. the sins of many ; and unto them that sprinkled - from an evil conscience, and James 1.6. Math.30;.*. look for him fhall he appear the second

our bodies washed with pure water. Chap 9 + 1 John 3. so time, without fin, unto salvation.

23 • Let us hold faff the profession of: CH A P. X.

our faith without wavering (for u he is "1 Cor. 1. 9. i The weakness of the law-facrifices. 10

faithful that promised) The sacrifice of Christs body once offered, 24 And let us consider one another to 14 for ever bath taken away sins. 19 provoke unto love, and to good works : An exhortation to hold fast the faith, with 25 * Not forsaking the assembling of our "Ade 2. 428 patience and thanksgiving.

selves together, as the manner of some is ; Or the law having a Shadow of good but exhorting one another : and y fo much "Rom. 13. Ili

things to come, and not the very image the more, as ye fee : the day approaching. Phil. 4. s. • Chap. 9. 9. of the things, b can never with those facri- ! 26 For - if we sin wilfully b after that we **

fices which they offered year by year conti- have received the knowledge of the truth, Numb. 15.30 nually, make the comers thereunto perfect. there remaineth no more sacrifice for sins, by Pet. 2:20,21,

2 For then * would they not have ceased 27 But a certain fearful looking for of of red, becausoto be offered because that the worshippers judgment, and · fiery indignation, which 'Ezek. 36.5. once purged, should have had no more con

Thall deyour the adversaries. science of sins.

28" He that despised Moses law, died with- Thefl. 1. s. 3. But in those facrifices there is a re out mercy, under two or three witnesses : & 19. 15. membrance again made of sins every year.

29 Of how much forer punishment, fup- John s. 17. •Chap 9. 3.

4 Ford it is not possible that the blood pose yé, shall he be thought worthy, who : Cor. 13.':. of bulls and of goats, should take away sins.

hath 'troden under foot the Son of God, 5 W'herefore when he cometh into the and e hath counted the blood of the cove• Plal. 4016,&c. world, he faith, Sacrifice and offering thou nant wherewith he was fanctified, an un

Chap 3. 2. Jerem. 6. 20. wouldst not, but a body † hast thou pre- holy thing, and hath done despite unto the + or, then bajt pared me :

fpirit of grace? 6 In burnt-offerings and sacrifices for sin 30 For we know him that hath said, Deut. 32. 35. thou hast had no pleasure :

Vengeance belongeth unto me, I will recom7 Then said I, Lo, I come (in the vo- pense, faith the Lord. And again, 3 The persones lume of the book it is written of me) to Lord shall judge his people. do thy will, O God.

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Doill. 32 But a call to remembrance the former 11 Through faith also " Sara her self receive 64. days, in which i after ye were illuminated, ed Itrength to concieve feed, and ° was deliye endured k

a great fight of afflictions": vered of a child when she was paftage,because Rev. 21.2. 33 Partly whilst ye were made "a gaz The judged him faithful who had promised. ing-stock, both by reproaches and affictions ; 12 Therefore sprang there even of one, ° see Luke 1.369 and partly whilft mye became companions and e him as good as dead, a fo many as the prom 4: 19. of them that were so used.

Itars of the sky in multitude, and as the sand Roth. 4.15. 34 For ye had compassion of me in my which is by the sea-shore innumerable.

bonds, and took joyfully the spoiling of 13 These all died * in faith, not having *Gs. according Or, ehat ye have your goods, knowing # in your selves that received the promises, but having seen Ver. 27.

ye

have in heaven a better and an endur them afar off, and were perswaded of them, ing substance.

and embraced them, and confessed that they 'Gen. 23; 4. & 35 Caft not away therefore your confi were strangers and pilgrims on the earth. dence, p which hath great recompence

of

14. For they that say such things, declare & 110.19.? Fet. reward.

į plainly that they seek a country.
36 For yė have need of patience'; that 15 And truly if they had been mindful of.
after ye have done the will of God, ye might that country, from whence they came out,
receive the promise.

they might have had opportunity to have
37 For 9 yet a little while, and he that returned :
* Hab. 2. 3,4" · shall come will come, and will not tarry. 16. But now they desire a better country,

38 Now $ the just shall live by faith: but that is, an heavenly: wherefore God is not Gal. 3. 11.

if any man draw back, my soul shall have no ashamed u to be called their God: for * he 'Exod. 3. 6. pleasure in him.

hath prepared for them a city.

Macth, 22• 320 39 But we are not of them who draw back 17. By faith y Abraham when he was tried, *Phil. 3. 20.

offered unto perdition ; but of them that believe, to

. up

Isaac: and he that had recieved the Gen. 22. 1,91 the saving of the soul.

promises, 2 offered up his only begotten fon : ? James 2. 23.", CH A P. X I.

18 Of whom it was faid, That in Ifaac for, To. 1 What faith is. 6 Without faith we can shall thy seed be called :

not please God. 7 The worthy fruits there 19 Accounting that God was able to bRom. 4. 17. of in the father's of old time.

raise him up, even from the dead ; from Ow faith is the * substance of things whence also he received him in a figure.

hoped for, the evidence'? of things 20 By faith “Ifaac blessed Jacob and Efau (Gen. 27. 27, not seen.

concerning things to come.
2 For b by it the elders obtained a good 3:21 By faith Jacob when he was a dying,
report.

9. d blessed both the sons of Joseph';, and wor- dGen, 48. so 3 Through faith we understand that the flipped leaning upon the top of his staff. John 1. 30

worlds were framed by the word of God, 22 By faith Jofeph when he died, Gen. so. 24. so that things which are seen were not made made mention of the departing of the chil- 1 or, rememited, of things which do appear."

dren of Israel; and gave commandment con4 By faith d Abel offered unto God a more cerning his bones. excellent sacrifice than Cain, by which he 23 By faith 8 Moses when he was born, Exod. 2.2. obtained witness, that he was righteous, God was hid three months of his parents, because aas 7. 20. testifying of his gifts : and by it he being they saw he was a proper child ; and they dead, - 7 yet speaketh.

were not afraid of the kings "commandment. "Exod.1016,181 5 By faith 'Enoch was translated that he 24 By faith i Mofes when he was come 'Exod. 2.10,110 tor, is yet sp.- fhould not see death ; and was not found, to years, refused to be called the son of

because God had translated him : for before. Pharaohs daughter ;
his translation he had this testimony, that he 25.5 Chooling rather to fuffer affiction Pal. 84. 10.
pleased God.

i with the people of God, than to enjoy the
6 But without faith it is impossible to pleasures of fin for a feason;
please him: for he that cometh to God, must 26 Esteeming 'the reproach of Christ Chap. 13. 23.
believe that he is, and that he is a rewar greater riches than the treasures in Egypt:
der of them that diligently seek him. for he had respect unto the recompence of

7 By faith & Noah being warned of God the reward. #Or, being wary. of things not seen as yet, $ moved with 27 By faithm he forsook Egypt, not fear- "Exod. 10, 28, 1 Pet. 3.20. fear, prepared an ark to the faving of his ing the wrath of the king: for he endured -9,6 13.17,1*

house ; by the which he condemned the as " seeing him who is invisible.
world, and became heir of the righteous 28 Through faith he kept the passover,' • Exod. 12.
ness which is by faith.

and the sprinkling of blood, lest he that de- 41, &c.
8 By faith " Abraham when he was called stroyed the first-born, should touch them.
to go out into a place which he should after 29 By faith P they passed through the Red PExod. 19. sa.
receive for an inheritance, obeyed; and he sea, as by dry land: which the Egyptians af-
went out not knowing whither he went. saying to do, were drowned.

9 By faith he sojourned in the land of 30 By faith 4 the walls of Jericho fell down, Josh. 6. 20. promise, as in a strange country, dwelling after they were compassed about seven days. in tabernacles with Isaac and Jacob, the heirs 31 By faith the harlot Rahab perished Jolh: 6.23; with him of the same promise.

not with them t that believed not, when s fot, shall with io For he looked for'a city which hath The had received the spies with peace. Joth. 3.1.

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