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15 And for this cause hee is the Mediatour of the New Testament, that by meanes of death, for the redemption of the transgressions that were vnder the first Testament, they which are called, might receiue the promise of eternall inheritance.
19 For when Moses had spoken euery precept to all the people according to the Law, he tooke the blood of Calues and of Goates, with water and scarlet wooll, and hysope, and sprinckled both the booke and all the people,
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Billy \'the truth\' Steel's Hebrews Chapter 9 comment about verse 1 on 3/05/2013, 2:31am...
Here is revealed the sanctuary of the new covenant. The sanctuary of the first covenant was PITCHED BY MAN, built by Moses; this one is pitched by the LORD, not by man. In that sanctuary the earthly priests performed their service; in this, CHRIST, our GREAT HIGH PRIEST, ministers at GOD's right hand. One sanctuary was on the earth, the other is IN HEAVEN. Further, the tabernacle built by Moses was made after a pattern. The Lord directed him: “According to all that I show thee, after the pattern of the tabernacle, and the pattern of all the instruments thereof, even so shall ye make it”. And again the charge was given, “Look that thou make them after their pattern, which was showed thee in the mount”, Exodus 25:9, 40. And Paul says that the first tabernacle “was a figure for the time then present, in which were offered both gifts and sacrifices”; that its holy places were “patterns of things in the heavens”; that the priests who offered gifts according to the law served “unto the example and shadow of heavenly things”, and that “Christ is NOT entered in the holy places made with hands, which are the figures of the true; but into heavenly itself, now to APPEAR IN THE PRESENCE OF GOD FOR US”, Hebrews 9:9, 23; 8:5; 9:24.
Anonymous's Hebrews Chapter 9 comment on 1/05/2013, 10:03am...
In Colossians 1:14, the word used of Apostle Paul is WE, and not the word ALL. If the word used is ALL, I salute you, but the word used is WE. So, I conclude that the words “WE were” refer only to the Jews or Israel nation. Gentile people were not included in this verse through His blood for the forgiveness of sins. Also Paul citizenship is a Jew. While Paul speaking in this verse, there are Jews and Gentiles around him. In 1 John 2:2 the verse did not say that there is shedding of blood. So be watchful, this verse did not say that through the blood of Jesus Christ the sins of the whole world be forgiven.
Anonymous's Hebrews Chapter 9 comment on 1/03/2013, 1:50am...
Sorry, Hebrews 7:15 is wrong, the correct is in Hebrews 9:15. Thanks.
Helen's Hebrews Chapter 9 comment on 1/03/2013, 1:49am...
Saying the blood of Jesus was shed for Israel only. I am glad you are reading the King James Bible. God did want the gentiles to worship him. In 1 John 2:2 ''And he is the propitiation (payment) for our sins, and not ours only but also for the sins of the WHOLE world.'' Colossians 1:14 says ''In whom we have redemption through his blood even the forgiveness of sins.'' I know Jesus died for me and my sins and I hope he will not be ashamed of me, and I will be able to call him brother. I’m going to meet him in the air!
Anonymous's Hebrews Chapter 9 comment on 1/03/2013, 1:46am...
The topic is literal Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ is for the forgiveness/redemption of sin for Israel nation/Jews. Psalms 130:7,8, Israel nation/Jews is prophesied that their sin is forgiven. And the fulfillment of the said prophesy in Psalm 130:7,8 is in Hebrew 7:15. That by means of death is for the redemption of the transgressions that were under the first testament. Talking about the word death there is a blood to be shed. And in addition also in Ephesians 2:11-14, Gentile people in the past or in the Old Testament were without Christ, No hope and without God in the world. But for the blood of Jesus Christ, Gentile people are made near, also the wall of partition between the Jews and Gentiles hath broken down. Now, in the time of our Lord Jesus Christ, Jews and Gentiles were the same and no more discrimination. It seems you are missing the topic, so may I ask you:
1. Gentile people where did they commit sins in the Old Testament or in a New Testament? If your answer is in the New Testament, please give the verses;
2. Where is your verse in the bible that through the blood of Jesus Christ Gentiles are also forgiven?
Clint's Hebrews Chapter 9 comment on 10/27/2012, 3:47pm...
Mar\'s's, the blood of Christ covers all believers whether Jew or Gentile, slave or free! God says all nations shall be blessed in Him! You need to study harder for yourself and not believe that garbage about gentiles not covered by Christ’s blood!
Dann rivera's Hebrews Chapter 9 comment on 4/26/2012, 9:20am...
"they which are called might receive the promise of eternal inheritance." Those who have ears (hearing) will hear the call, those who are yet deaf will not hear. Only during the Millenium will the rest will have a chance to hear the THRUTH and be able to make a choice whether to receive or reject the offer of LIFE.
Righteous's Hebrews Chapter 9 comment about verse 27 on 4/11/2012, 11:57pm...
live as though each day is your final day, understand that all deeds will be judged by the righteous judge which is Christ Jesus.
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