“Wee haue an altar whereof they haue no right to eate, which serue the Tabernacle.”
1611 King James Version (KJV)
13:10 On the former part of this verse, the fifteenth and sixteenth depend; on the latter, the intermediate verses. We have an altar - The cross of Christ. Whereof they have no right to eat - To partake of the benefits which we receive therefrom. Who serve the tabernacle - Who adhere to the Mosaic law.
Heb 13:10 We have an altar. We have no need of the temple altar for we have an altar, that on which Christ offered himself, whereof they have no right to eat which serve the tabernacle, to which those who cling to the tabernacle service have no right. Christ's altar implies the abolition of the tabernacle and the old covenant. Those who cling to these show their lack of faith in Christ.