Hebrews 10:21

“And having an high priest over the house of God;”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations

And hauing an high Priest ouer the house of God:
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

and since {we have} a great priest over the house of God,
- New American Standard Version (1995)

and `having' a great priest over the house of God;
- American Standard Version (1901)

And having a great priest over the house of God,
- Basic English Bible

and [having] a great priest over the house of God,
- Darby Bible

And having a high priest over the house of God;
- Webster's Bible

and since we have a great Priest who has authority over the house of God,
- Weymouth Bible

and having a great priest over the house of God,
- World English Bible

his fleisch, and we hauynge the greet preest on the hous of God,
- Wycliffe Bible

and a high priest over the house of God,
- Youngs Literal Bible

Bible commentary

People's Bible Notes for Hebrews 10:21

Heb 10:21 And [having] an high priest. Our high priest hath opened the way by rending the veil. He is priest over the House of God, the church on earth, and our high priest in the Holiest of all above.

Discussion for Hebrews 10

  • Udochukwu
    I think what God needs from us is to pass the gospel to others, sing praises to him ( which is the only thing that move God) and pray without seizing after your born again and God is happpy that you have done something for him.
    Gathering is only good only if those that gather do so in truth and spirit. Anything short of that God is not there. God, "said don't yoke your self with unbelivers"
  • Lisa D
    I am holding onto Hebrews 10 as a reminder to keep my faith in Christ and what he did for us at the cross. Being In a personal trial right now with my health, I am clinging to The Lord with all my being. Christ suffered greatly for our sins and when I read over verse 20 and remembered how the vail was torn, I realized so was the flesh torn on our Lord and savior for ALL my sins!! Praise Jesus!!!!!
  • James A. "Jim" Farmer
    Hebrews 10:25 when read in it's proper context is predicated upon grace and not law. For example we don't attend church regularly because we have to, but because we get to. By forsaking assembly with other Christians we might miss out on a blessing. Unfortunately some church leaders expect and demand church members to assemble to please their projected religious expectations they attempt to bind on others. Often they use guilt tactics such as the warn out, archaic religious church cliche: "we missed you in church!" Really? What is the motive here? Is this intended to lay a guilt trip onto someone who wasn't, or hasn't been in church lately? Perhaps the worse example of this are "sectarian legalistic" churches such as many non- instrumental Churches of Christ who attempt to bind law onto their members. Remember what II Corinthians 3:6 states: "Who also made us sufficient as ministers of the new covenant, not of the letter but of the spirit for the letter kills, but the Spirit gives life." Church abuse must be avoided!
  • Bernard
    loving God is only tha way of salvation
  • James Patrick
    I think as Jesus in his tenure to this world taught through his ways of living, helping, loving to one another. We should also consider the pain of our neighbor. And we should not only think of our own self but for others.
  • Bobby tooley
    It is the only way we will bring one to Christ, and bring out the love that we have for God. may we always have love and compassion for our brothers and man kind. It goes alone with the two greatest commandants that God gave to man

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