Hebrews 101 A shadow for having the law of the about coming good things, not very the image of the things, every year by the same sacrifices which they offer for the continuance, never is able the ones drawing near to perfect. 2 Otherwise not would they cease to be offered, because that no one to have longer a consciousness of sins those publicly serving, once having been cleansed? 3 but in these a remembrance of sins every year. 4 Impossible for blood of bulls and of goats to take away sins. 5 Therefore coming into the world, he says: Sacrifice and offering not thou didst desire, a body but thou didst provide for me; 6 whole burnt offerings even for sin not thou didst delight in. 7 Then I said: Lo I come, (in a head of a book it has been written concerning me,) of the to do, the God, the will of thee. 8 Above saying: That a sacrifice and offering and whole burnt offerings even for sin not thou didst desires, nor didst delight in; (which according to the law are offered;) 9 then he said: Lo, I come of the to do the will of thee. He takes away the first, so that the second he may establish. 10 By which will having been sanctified we are through the offering of the body of Jesus Anointed once for all. 11 And every indeed priest has stood every day publicly serving, and the same often offering sacrifices, which never are able to take away sins. 12 He but one on behalf of sins having offered a sacrifice, for the continuance sat down at right of the God, 13 thenceforth waiting till may be placed the enemies of him a footstool for the feet of him. 14 By one for offering he has perfected for the continuance those being sanctified. 15 Testifies but to us also the spirit the holy. After for that to have said before; 16 this the covenant, which I will ratify to them after the days those; says a Lord: Giving laws of me in hearts of them, and on the minds of them I will write them, 17 and of the sins of them and of the iniquities of them not not I may remember more. 18 Where now forgiveness of these, no longer offering for sin. 19 Having therefore, brethren, confidence for the entrance of the holies by the blood of Jesus, 20 which he consecrated for us a way recently killed and yet living, through the vail, (that is, the flesh of himself,) 21 and a priest great over the house of the God; 22 let us approach with a true heart in full conviction of faith, having been sprinkled the hearts from a consciousness of evil; 23 and having been bathed the body in water pure, we should hold fast the confession of the hope without declining; (faithful for the one having promised;) 24 and we should bear in mind each other for an excitement of love and of good works, 25 not leaving off the assembling together of ourselves, as a custom with some, but exhorting; and by much more, by so much you see drawing near the day. 26 Voluntarily for sinning of us after the to have received the knowledge of the truth, no longer respecting sins is left a sacrifice; 27 fearful but some expectation of judgment, and of a fire of indignation, to eat up being about the opponents. 28 Having violated any one a law of Moses, without mercies by two or three witnesses dies; 29 by how much, think you, worse will he be deserving punishment he the son of the God having trampled on, and the blood of the covenant a common thing having esteemed, by which he was sanctified, and the spirit of the favor having insulted? 30 We know for the one saying: To me vengeance, I will repay, says Lord; and again: Lord will judge the people of himself. 31 A fearful thing the to fall into hands of God living. 32 Remember you but the former days, in which having been enlightened a great contest you endured of sufferings; 33 this indeed, by reproaches both and by afflictions being made a spectacle; this but, partners of those thus being overturned having become. 34 And for with the prisoners you sympathized, and the seize of the goods of you with joy you submitted to, knowing to have for yourselves better property in heavens and abiding. 35 Not do you cast away therefore the confidence of you, which has a reward great. 36 Of patience for you have need; so that the will of the God having done, you may receive the promise. 37 Yet for a little while very very, the the coming one will come and not will delay. 38 The but just one by faith shall live; and if he should draw back, not delights the soul of me in him. 39 We but not are for shrinking back, to destruction; but for faith, to a saving of life.
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