Duties of the Chief Priest1 For every chief priest [2from among 3men 1being taken], [2for 3men 1is established] in the things for God, that he should offer both gift offerings and sacrifices for sin offerings; 2 [2to moderate emotions 1being able] with the ones being ignorant and erring; since also he is encompassed with weakness. 3 And on account of this he ought, as concerning the people, so also concerning himself to offer for sins. 4 And not to himself does anyone take the honor, but the one being called by God, just as Aaron. 5 Thus also the Christ did not glorify himself to become chief priest, but the one saying to him, [2my son 1You are], I today have engendered you.
Order of Melchisedek6 As also in another place he says, You are a priest into the eon according to the order of Melchisedek. 7 Who in the days of his flesh offered both supplications and earnest entreaties to the one being able to deliver him from death, with [2cry 1a strong] and [2tears 1having offered], and was listened to because of his veneration; 8 though being a son, he learned [2from 3what 4he suffered 1obedience]. 9 And having been perfected, he became [2the ones 3obeying 4him 1to all] the reason [2deliverance 1of eternal]; 10 having been addressed by God as chief priest according to the order of Melchisedek. 11 Concerning of whom [3is much 1our 2word] and difficult in interpretation to speak, since [2dull 1you have become] in the hearings. 12 For though you ought to be teachers because of the time, again [2need 1you have] of one to teach you what are the elements of the beginning of the oracles of God; and you have become [2need 1having] of milk, and not of solid nourishment. 13 For every one partaking of milk is inexperienced of the word of righteousness; [3an infant 1for 2he is]. 14 [5for full grown 1But 4is 2solid 3nourishment], of the ones through the manner [2the 3senses 4exercised 1of having] for the distinction of both good and evil.
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