Hebrews 8

1A head thing but to those being spoken, such we have a high-priest, who sat down at right of the throne of the majesty in the heavens, 2of the holy things a public servant, and of the tabernacle of the true, which fixed the Lord, and not man. 3Every for high-priest in order to the to offer gifts both and sacrifices is appointed; hence necessary, to have something also this which he might offer. 4If indeed for he was on earth, not even could he be a priest, being of the priests those offering according to the law the gifts; 5who in an example and in a shadow serve of the heavenlies, even as had been divinely warned Moses, being about to finish the tabernacle: See thou for, he says, thou mayest make all things according to the pattern that having been shown to thee in the mount;) 6now but more excellent he has obtained a service by as much also of a better he is covenant a mediator, which on better promises has been instituted. 7If for the first that was faultless, not would a second be seeking a place. 8Finding fault for to them he says: Lo, days are coming, says a Lord, and I will finish with the house Israel and with the house of Judah a covenant new; 9not according to the covenant which I made with the fathers of them, in a day having laid hold of me of the hand of them, to lead out them out of land of Egypt; because they not did abide in the covenant of me, and I cared not for them, says a Lord. 10For this the covenant which I will covenant with the house of Israel after the days those, says Lord, giving laws of me into the mind of them, and on hearts of them I will write them; and I will be to them for a God, and they shall be to me for a people. 11And not not they may teach each one the fellow-citizen of himself, and each one the brother of himself, saying: Know you the Lord; because all shall know me, from least of them even to greatest of them. 12Because merciful I will be to the unrighteousnesses of them, and of the sins of them and of the iniquities of them not not I will remember more. 13By the to say new, he has declared old the first; that but becoming old and advancing in age, near disappearing.
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