of = upon. Greek. epi. App-104.
sum = main point. Greek. kephalaio. See Acts 22:28.
is set = sat down. See Hebrews 1:3.
on. Greek. en. App-104.
Majesty. Greek. megalosune. See Hebrews 1:3.
in. Greek. en.
the heavens. See Matthew 6:9, Matthew 6:10.
Minister. Greek. leitourgos. App-190.
sanctuary. Literally the Holies, i.e. the Holy of Holies. Compare Hebrews 9:3. Greek. hagion. Neut. Used ten times in Hebrew: Hebrews 8:2, Hebrews 9:1, Hebrews 9:2, Hebrews 9:3, Hebrews 9:8, Hebrews 9:12, Hebrews 9:24, Hebrews 9:25; Hebrews 10:19; Hebrews 13:11.
true. Greek. alethinos. App-175.
tabernacle = tent. Greek. skene.
pitched. Greek. pegnumi. Only here.
man. Greek. anthropos. App-123.
offer. See Hebrews 5:1.
this Man . . . also. Read "this High Priest also".
if. Greek. ei. App-118.
earth. Greek. ge. App-129.
should not be = would not even be.
priests. The texts omit. Read "those who offer".
according to. Greek. kata. App-104.
serve. Greek. latreuo. App-190.
unto = for.
example. Greek. hupodeigma, rendered "pattern", Hebrews 9:23. See John 13:15
heavenly. See Hebrews 3:1.
Moses. See Hebrews 3:2.
admonished of God. Greek. chrematizo. See Luke 2:26.
make. Greek. epiteleo. App-125.
See. Greek. horao. App-133.
that, &c. The texts read, "thou shalt make".
pattern. Greek. tupos. See John 20:25. Here it means "model". See Exodus 25:9. The Septuagint uses this word for tab"nith in Exodus 25:40, whence this is quoted, but in Hebrews 8:9 of the same chapter uses for the same Hebrew word paradeigma, which does not occur in the N.T. Compare the verb in Hebrews 6:6.
more excellent. See Hebrews 1:4.
ministry. Greek. leitourgia. App-190.
also. Read after "covenant".
Mediator. Greek. mesites. See Galatians 1:3, Galatians 1:19.
covenant. Greek. diatheke. See Hebrews 7:22.
established. Greek. nomotheteo.
faultless. Greek. amemptos. See Philippians 2:15.
should = would.
finding fault. Greek. memphomai. See Romans 9:19.
make = consummate, or complete.
new. Greek. kainos. See Matthew 9:17.
when, &c. Literally of My taking hold of. Greek. epilambanomai. See Hebrews 2:16.
the = My.
out of Greek. ek. App-104.
land. Greek. ge, as Hebrews 8:4.
continued. Greek. emmeno. See Acts 14:22.
and I regarded . . . not = I also disregarded. Greek. ameleo. See 1 Timothy 4:14.
make. Greek. diatithemi. See Acts 3:25.
I will put. Literally "giving". Same Greek. word in 2 Corinthians 8:16; &c.
write. Greek. epigrapho. See Mark 15:26.
in = upon. Greek. epi. App-104.
a = for (Greek. eis).
people. See Acts 2:47.
every man = each one
neighbour. The texts read polites (fellow)-citizen, instead of plesios.
Know. Greek. ginosko. App-132.
know. Greek. oida. App-132.
least, &c. Literally little to great.
merciful. Greek. hileos. See Matthew 16:22.
unrighteousness. Greek. adikia (plural) App-128.
sins. Greek. hamartia. App-128.
iniquities. Greek. anomia. App-128.
no. Greek. ou me, as Hebrews 8:11. The quotation is from James 31:31-34.
made . . . old. Greek. palaioo. See Hebrews 1:11.
decayeth. Same as "made old".
waxeth old. Greek. gerasko. Only here and John 21:18.
ready = near.
vanish away = vanishing. Greek. aphanismos. Only here. Compare Acts 13:41.
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