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Douay-Rheims Bible Jesus Christ, yesterday, and to day; and the same for ever. Darby Bible Translation Jesus Christ [is] the same yesterday, and to-day, and to the ages [to come]. English Revised Version Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today, yea and for ever. Webster's Bible Translation Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and to-day, and for ever. Weymouth New Testament Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and to-day--yes, and to the ages to come.

World English Bible Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever.


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Young's Literal Translation Jesus Christ yesterday and to-day the same, and to the ages;. This is what you are to say to the Israelites: 'I AM has sent me to you. And so through Him, our "Amen" is spoken to the glory of God. Hebrews You will roll them up like a robe; like a garment they will be changed; but You remain the same, and Your years will never end. After tasting what was being offered to Him He refused to drink it.

Hebrews This passage is one of the most difficult to interpret in Hebrews. Four major views have been suggested: 1 some interpret the passage to teach the possibility of loss of salvation, 2 some see the text as hypothetical, with the author using an illustration of what would occur in the case of apostasy, but which, in fact, cannot occur, 3 some suggest the passage refers to apparent believers who are in the church, but who are not truly saved.

These commit apostasy, depart from the fellowship, and thus give evidence they were not genuinely converted, and 4 the loss of rewards view that suggests that the context indicated the people described in vv are genuine believers who commit willful sin and fail to press on to maturity.

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These are disciplined by God in this life, and lose rewards at the Judgment Seat of Christ along the lines of 1 Cor Hebrews The concerns of the writer of Hebrews as outlined in vv have not happened to the Hebrew believers and the writer does not expect them to happen. Hebrews Or Him who is greater. Hebrews Some believe that Melchizedek was an ordinary man blessed and appointed by God as a special priest, who serves as a Christlike figure in his priestly and kingly functions because his order was a priesthood without end.

Others take the description literally to mean that Melchizedek was not a human, but an angel v 8. Another view suggests that Melchizedek was perhaps a pre-incarnate appearance of Jesus in human form. Hebrews See note v 3. Hebrews Lit law of a fleshly commandment. Hebrews Lit perfected. Hebrews I. Hebrews During the age of the old covenant a worshiper had no direct access to God.

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Hebrews See Is Hebrews All believers are sanctified, that is, set apart as holy for God and His purposes. Hebrews Emphatic in Greek. Hebrews Lit has offered. Whether typology is involved here is debated. See , Hebrews Or who is a son whom. Hebrews The meaning seems to be that God is the Father of that which is spiritual as well as that which is physical. Bible Gateway Recommends. View more titles.

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    GEN And blessed be the most high God, which hath delivered thine enemies into thy hand. And he gave him tithes of all. His name means king of righteousness. He is without geneology. Gives us the birth, and his descendants, "And he died and was buried with his fathers. The sons of Levi who take the office of priesthood are commanded to take tithes from the people. This man who was not a descendant of Abraham received tithes from Abraham. He then blessed Abraham. The lesser is blessed by the greater.

    So this Melchizedek was greater than Abraham. Melchizedek received tithes and it is recorded of him that he lives. For Levi's genes were in the gene pool within Abraham at the time that Abraham paid the tithes to Melchizedek. Now if the Levitical priesthood was complete, why would there be a necessity for another priesthood to arise that was after the order of Melchizedek? Why not after the order of Aaron?

    The declaration "You are a priest forever after the order of Melchizedek," was spoken of Jesus. Nothing was spoken concerning priesthood to those who were from the tribe of Judah. Judah was spoken of as the kingly tribe. Jacob prophesied on his death bed concerning Judah, "The sceptor shall not depart from Judah, until Shiloh come.

    It is evident that the new priest should come after the likeness of Melchizedek. He will be a priest of endless life. This means that the old commandment is disannuled because of its weakness and unprofitableness.