Hebrews 2

ECB(i) 1 So we must more superabundantly heed what we heard - lest ever we float away. 2 For if the word spoken through angels became steadfast and every transgression and disobedience took a just recompence; 3 how escape we, neglecting such a vast salvation; which in the beginning was taken and told through Adonay and established to us by them who heard; 4 Elohim also co-witnessing, both with signs and omens and with divers dynamis and impartations of the Holy Spirit according to his own will? 5 For he subjugates not the world to come whereof we speak to angels. 6
But somewhere someone witnessed, wording, What is humanity, that you remember him? Or the son of humanity, that you visit him? 7 You lowered him somewhat less than the angels *; you wreathed him with glory and honor and seated him over the works of your hands: 8 you subjugated all under his feet. For in that he subjugated all under him he allowed naught unsubjugated to him: and now we still see not all subjugated under him. 9 And we see Yah Shua, who was lowered somewhat less than Elohim * for the suffering of death, wreathed with glory and honor; that he by the charism of Elohim tasted death for every man. * see Psalm 8:4-6 10 For it befitted him, for whom the all, and through whom the all, in bringing many sons to glory to complete/shalam the hierarch of their salvation through sufferings. 11 For both the hallower and the hallowed are all of one: for which cause he is not ashamed to call them brothers, 12 wording, I evangelize your name to my brothers, midst the ecclesia I hymn to you. Psalm 22:22 13 And again, I confide in him. And again, Behold I - and the children whom Elohim gave me. Isaiah 8:17 14 So since, as the children partake of flesh and blood, he also himself likewise partook of the same; so that through death he inactivated him who had the power of death - that is, Diabolos; 15 and released them, as many as through awe of death who through all their lifetime were subject to servitude. 16 For doubtless indeed he took not hold of angels; but he took hold of the sperma of Abraham. { Isaiah 41:9 17 So he was indebted in all to be likened to his brothers, to become a merciful and trustworthy archpriest to Elohim, to kapur/atone for the sins of the people. 18 For in that he himself suffered, being tested in all, he is able to help them who are tested.