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Better Than The Work of Levitical Priests (Part 1)

The work of Jesus is superior to the work done by Levitical Priests.  This is set forth in three chapters (Hebrews 8-10).  In this writing, we will consider Hebrews chapter eight. 1.  Two Tabernacles “We have such a High Priest, … Continue reading

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Prophecy: Fulfilled

There are certain passages which are said to be “fulfilled” in Jesus’ day, yet they do not appear to be contextually if one consider the source of the quotation. Let’s take a look… Refrain from Weeping “Thus says the LORD: … Continue reading

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Prophecy: The New Covenant

Let’s define “covenant.”  The Hebrew word has its origin in a verb meaning ‘”to cut or divide’ in allusion to a sacrificial custom in connection with covenant making” (Vine’s).  The word is used of (1) Covenants between men – (a) … Continue reading

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The New Covenant

Let’s define “covenant.”  The Hebrew word has its origin in a verb meaning “‘to cut or divide’ in allusion to a sacrificial custom in connection with covenant making” (Vine’s).  The word is used of (1) Covenants between men – (a) … Continue reading

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