Hebrews 9

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But indeed the first tabernacle also had judgments of ministration and a cosmic Holies: 2 for there they prepared a first tabernacle; wherein were the menorah and the table and the prothesis bread; which is worded, Holies. Exodus 25:30 3 And after the veil, the second tabernacle which is worded, Holy of Holies; 4 having the golden incenser and the ark of the covenant covered all around on every side with gold, wherein was the golden jar that had manna and the scion of Aharon that sprouted and the slabs of the covenant. Exodus 16:33, 25:10, 34:29, Leviticus 16:12, Numbers 17:10, Deuteronomy 10:2, 5 5 And over it, the cherubim of glory shadowing the kapporeth; about which we cannot word now about its parts. 6 And these being thus prepared, the priests indeed continually entered the first tabernacle, fully completing the liturgy: 7 and into the second the archpriest alone once every year not apart from blood he offered for himself and the unknowingnesses of the people: 8 - the Holy Spirit evidencing this - that the way into the Holies was not yet manifest, while the first tabernacle still stood 9 - a parable to that present season, in which they offered both gratuities and sacrifices, that could not complete/shalam him who liturgized, as pertaining to the conscience 10 - only upon food and drinks and more excellent baptisms and judgments of flesh - imposed until the season of thorough straightening. 11 And Messiah being come - an archpriest of the coming good through a greater and completed/shalamed tabernacle - neither handmade - nor of this creation 12 - nor through the blood of goats and calves - but through his own blood: he entered the Holies once finding eternal redemption. 13 For if the blood of bulls and of goats and the ashes of an heifer sprinkling the profane hallows to the purifying of the flesh: 14 how much more the blood of the Messiah who through the eternal Spirit offered himself unblemished to Elohim, purify your conscience from dead works to liturgize the living Elohim? 15 And because of this he is the mediator of the new covenant: whereas, under the first covenant, death being the redemption of the transgressions, the called take the pre-evangelism of eternal inheritance. 16 For where the covenant is, it is necessary to bring/bear the death of the covenantor. 17 For a covenant is steadfast upon death: otherwise it is not mighty enough at all while the covenantor lives. 18 And so, the first was not hanukkahed apart from blood. 19 For Mosheh, having spoken every misvah to all the people according to the torah, he took the blood of calves and of goats, with water and scarlet wool and hyssop; and sprinkled both the scroll and all the people, 20 wording, This is the blood of the covenant Yah Veh misvahs you. 21 Likewise with blood, he sprinkled both the tabernacle and all the vessels of the liturgy. Exodus 24:8, 29:12, 36, Leviticus 14:16 22 And according to the torah, nearly all are purified in blood; and apart from pouring of blood no forgiveness becomes. 23 So indeed it was necessary to purify the examples in the heavens with these; and the heavenlies themselves with sacrifices better than these. 24 For the Messiah entered not the handmade Holies - antitypes of the true; but the heavens thereof, to manifest for us now at the face of Elohim: 25 not that he still offers himself often, exactly as the archpriest enters the Holies every year in blood of others; 26 otherwise he must have suffered often from the foundation of the cosmos: but now in the completion/shalom of the eon he manifests himself once to put away sin through the sacrifice of himself. 27 And as it is laid out for humanity to die once and after this the judgment: 28 thus the Messiah was offered once to offer the sins of many; and to them who await him he appears the second - apart from sin to salvation.