Hebrews Chapter 7 Discussion


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  • Eugenie on Hebrews 7
    By standard orders and the bibile principles,if we as a nation and mankind had pursuant to the carnal commandments he Christ would not gave up is life to restore us from sin,in order for the new law to be restablished on Love,that is what we ought to be doing,and Forgiving one to another, this world is misguing them selves from great er spiritual power of understanding forgive and love,the scripture is real it s Law
  • Stephende on Hebrews 7
    Melchisidec, the King of peace: who was he? An apparition or manifestation? God, is not divided into 3 parts! Likewise, El Shaddai, the God of Israel is not limited to celestial places. As a God of mercy, He manifests where He feels like, To Moses, to Abraham, to Jacob, in dreams, to Jesus, His Faithful, to Paul on the road to Damascus, to Ishmael. He, the God of creation, will have His doubters in derision!
  • Melchizedek - in Reply on Hebrews 7
    This what the Commentary writes:

    7:11 The apostle now demonstrates that the Levitical priesthood must yield to the priesthood of Christ, because Melchizedek , after whose order he is a priest, Is opposed to Aaron, #Hebrews 7:11 |- 14. Hath no end of life, #Hebrews 7:15 |- 19, but remaineth a priest continually. If now perfection were by the Levitical priesthood - If this perfectly answered all God's designs and man's wants For under it the people received the law - Whence some might infer, that perfection was by that priesthood. What farther need was there, that another priest - Of a new order, should be set up? From this single consideration it is plain, that both the priesthood and the law, which were inseparably connected, were now to give way to a better priesthood and more excellent dispensation.

    Comment:There are many scriptures on Melchizedek. His Priesthood was superior to the Aaronic Priesthood.
  • Melchizedek - in Reply on Hebrews 7
    This what the Commentary writes:

    7:11 The apostle now demonstrates that the Levitical priesthood must yield to the priesthood of Christ, because Melchizedek , after whose order he is a priest, Is opposed to Aaron, #Hebrews 7:11 |- 14. Hath no end of life, #Hebrews 7:15 |- 19, but remaineth a priest continually. If now perfection were by the Levitical priesthood - If this perfectly answered all God's designs and man's wants For under it the people received the law - Whence some might infer, that perfection was by that priesthood. What farther need was there, that another priest - Of a new order, should be set up? From this single consideration it is plain, that both the priesthood and the law, which were inseparably connected, were now to give way to a better priesthood and more excellent dispensation.

    Comment:There are many scriptures on Melchizedek. His Priesthood was superior to the Aaronic Priesthood.
  • Fred Scanlan on Hebrews 7
    Remembering that we are all pilgrims here. Priests and saints. With no beginning and no end, witnesses unto life everlasting ,through faith in our lord and savior. We are here to extend the true church ,that man may come to the truth and gods kingdom would grow and overcome the adversary.
  • Fred Scanlan on Hebrews 7
    Chapter 3 could refer to Melchizedek ministry. Is it possible to forfeit all prior relationships while serving the lord in the priesthood . ex. Christ had no honor in his own country. Or beginning of days or end of life, This could refer to his total dedication in that he took up the cross hoping for nothing in return concerning his life and death for God while on earth.He was in Christ reconciling the world , While abiding a priest continually. The revelation given to his priests, teaching the truths of gods word,such as the prophets of old. How blessed we are to have true dedicated priests and their wives! Pray that they will not be swayed in these last days.Pray for your pastors!
  • Samuela KBND Koro Veitala on Hebrews 7
    If a new covenant with its new priesthood is in place,then giving should be freewill and not tithe-centric as is the common practice in the church then now.
  • I Am that Michael Isaac Dale on Hebrews 7
    It is not for the wicked who walk after the flesh to understand. But now, it pleases my Holy Father for me to glory in the knowledge given me by the Spirit of Christ. For it is written, But let him that glories glory in this, that he understands and knows me, that I am the LORD which exercise lovingkindness, judgment, and righteousness, in the earth: for in these things I delight, says the LORD.
  • Steve on Hebrews 7
    Who can understand the mechanics of the Supreme Being. Noone! We don't even fully understand the mechanics of being alive in a body which has a end, but the Spirit which enlivens us doesn't. Melchidec appeared out of nowhere to Abraham as an emissary and is never heard from again. You say he was Jesus walking the earth on a recon mission. I say that Jesus was born of woman, Melchisidec wasn't
  • Dewey J on Hebrews 7
    Bet, because Melchizedek is a type of Christ comparing the Levitical law or mt. Sinai law which was given by God to Moses in contrast to the N.Testament law grace and truth by Christ Jo:1:17 Henry's commentary of this chapter indicate he was a priest and a king just like Jesus. He had no parents...mostly referring to no documentation of his human history. I don't see enough to say Christophany.
  • Alex on Hebrews 7
    These 2 immutable things are the 2 oaths made by God and Melchisedec blessing Abraham with multiplication/children. Immutable means something that cannot be changed which are the 2 oaths made by God and Melchisedec ,Resulting in natural Israel, Our strong consolation that Christ might be formed IN US WHICH IS the H.G WHOM JESUS REFERS TO AS THE PROMISE ,The Israel of GOD, MULTIPLICATION OF GOD .
  • Brother Sonny on Hebrews 7
    Hello Eutychus, WHERE IS MELCHIZADEK? Psalms 90:2 "from everlasting to everlasting, thou art God". Jesus is God,John 20:28, and therefore Melchizadek seems to be an Old Testament appearance of Jesus before He appeared in the New Testament as baby Jesus. Very, very deep.
  • Eutychus on Hebrews 7
    "Without father, without mother, without descent, having neither beginning of days, nor end of life; but made like unto the Son of God; abideth a priest continually." No beginning, no end of life...here is the mystery...regarding which I will not attempt an answer. WHERE IS MELCHIZADEK? If he has no end of days, he must be alive...where is he? On earth? In heaven? Where then is Melchizadek?
  • A disciple on Hebrews 7
    Jimmy; He that denies Jesus Christ having come in flesh is Antichrist. But the whole testimony of the Scriptures is that the Anointed would come in flesh, born of a woman, to save the world and undo the works of the devil. Your hostility is nothing new; it started with Cain, and spread over the whole earth because of Nimrod, and is the root of the fierceness and rage of the heathen against Christ!
  • Jimmy a disciple of Jesus on Hebrews 7
    sorry "a disciple" you are wrong..plainly vs 3 says he didnt have a mother or father without beginning or end...just cause our peanut of a brain cant fathom it doesnt mean to make up things just to ease our thinking or to fit our religion!!!
  • A disciple on Hebrews 7
    Bet; "Without father, without mother, without descent, having neither beginning of days, nor end of life; but made like unto the Son of God.." Melchizedek naturally DID have a father and mother; but with regard to the recorded genealogies of the Nations, he appears as though not from any of them. In this was he made a type of Jesus the Son of God the Anointed. I hope that answers your question.
  • Bet on Hebrews 7
    How can Paul equate Melchisedec to Jesus, who is God on earth among us????
  • D W L - in Reply on Hebrews 7
    Jesus is the Son of God, he isn't his own father, they asked Lord teach us to pray, Jesus said say Our Father who art in Heaven. Jesus said it isn't mine to give to sit on my right and left hand, but my Father.
  • Charles Bonsu on Hebrews 7
    Amen.
  • Bruce on Hebrews 7
    Ron: And The Word was made Flesh, and dwelt among us: John 1:14
  • Ron garcia on Hebrews 7
    It is very interesting what chapter 7 of Hebrews is revealing to us. This chapter is confirming that the Holy Spirit, the third person of the Godhead, became flesh and dwelt among us, who also established the order of Melchisedec priesthood. Jesus was the second of the priesthood of Melchisedec, both God in the flesh. The Holy Spirit also dwells in the hearts of the believers.
  • A disciple on Hebrews 7
    Dear Frank; What the Apostle is explaining to us is about the eternal existence of the Lord Jesus; in how Melchizedek (of whom there is no record in Scripture about his lineage) was taken as a type of Christ. The term, "..men that die receive tithes," simply refers to the mortality, and therefore the weakness of the Aaronic priesthood because the priests did not live for ever.
  • Frank Hogan nz on Hebrews 7
    " and here men that die receive tithes " verse 8 Can someone explain this to me, paying tithes to someone who is dead !!!
  • Delores campbell on Hebrews 7
    Love it for my Bible study and Sunday School!needs more questions to ask o each chapter! Blessings!
  • Edna on Hebrews 7
    according to romans we are neither jew or gentile we are one. there is only one high priest Jesus He is the new will.yes Jesus death brought in a new coventent because of man fail to keep the first. and yes Hebrews is for us today Praise God Almighty for the Grace Jesus brought a better promise. We We are is new Born of His spirte Forgiven once and for all
  • Deborah Kay Pierce on Hebrews 7
    Thank you for the blood that speaks better things and for the opportunity to just be blessed
  • Hector D on Hebrews 7
    Was Abraham under the Law? No! The father of many nations knew something about tithing, he recognized God's blessings for doing so. Should people rob God? Jesus said,give to God what belongs to God. The bookof Hebrews focuses on the superiority of Jesus Christ overall other entities, we areto hold fast to Jesus asthe great High Priest of God. Jesus replaces Judaism as God's revelation of himself
  • Stephende on Hebrews 7
    Melkisidec, the high priest who simply was, sent by God, for the benefit of Abraham, the friend of God, the father of both gentile and jew. Truly there is no difference with God. Jesus taught as a Jewish priest, from Jewish literature. He pleased God and was given gifts unimaginable. From wence came the Christian? Was it not from Paul, who was the Apostle of the Gentile by agreement
  • Irene123 on Hebrews 7
    Quote, " ..... Hebrews is not meant for Gentiles ..... " unquote. Matthew 24:14 - And this gospel shall be preached in ALL the world ... unto ALL nations; ... "; 28:19 - " ... teach ALL nations ... "; V. 20 - " ... teaching them to observe ALL things whatsoever I have commanded you ... "; ALL the world was not inhabited at that time JUST by Jews.
  • Tami on Hebrews 7
    From my understanding, Hebrews is not meant for gentiles. Have to be very careful what you're reading and what dispensation it is. Do gentiles understand what tithing is and how often it was actually done?
    (I'm by no means an expert on the scripture but I do follow some well-studied teachers.)
    Amen


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