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Not Allowed To Continue By Reason of Death (Law)

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General Theme of Hebrews 7:

Law Produces Infirmities and Death to Melchisedec Priests

Law was root source of infirmities, eventually the worst sort: death. After-ward, of such a before/after, is the better of such twain things. So of two orders, and priesthoods, the priesthood of Christ is "after".

This Melchisedec, of This/That: Law/Grace Hebrews Chp 7 begins with "this" Melchisedec, allegorically denoting this of

kinda like "this" Agar, in

this/that orders and priesthoods is being discussed

the allegory of Gal 4, is allegorized as Mt Sinai = the law, what the singular script-u-are (of plural & contrary 'scriptures') allegorically saith to cast out: "cast

out the bondwoman and her son" (cast out the law and the result of law: sin & death).

And without all contradiction, the less is blessed of the better, like last Adam doesn't need salvation, rather is salvation to first Adam. So, the priesthood is "changed", from good to better, from dead(ignorant) to alive(aware); and the law is changed, from unjust judge to witness against itself, noting law is deadly, the strength of sin, sting thereof death (1Cor 15:56; 2Cor 3), such grace + law being as life + death = a dead end, and all the dying thereby (all law

priests who said they had eternal life died) from a bad case of life + death.

CLARITY! EVIDENCE MAKES EVIDENT! Law not only produces infirmities ($ickness, Dis-ease), but also a dead end; for law not only "worketh wrath" (Rom 4:15), but it's a "ministration of death" (2Cor 3). For law was the "strength of sin" (1Cor 15:56), "strong man" to bind in order to spoil the hse of

sin, for the sting of sin death (1Cor 15:56; Heb 7:8,11,23; James 1:15). Faith (seeing sort of blind/seeing faiths) is "now" (of then/now, time past/last days, BC/AD)

the "evidence" of things not (previously) seen: Heb 11:1. Evidence makes evident.

Hebrews 7:1 For this Melchisedec, king of Salem, priest of the most high God, who met Abraham returning from the slaughter of the kings, and blessed him;

Notably Heb 7 begins with "this" Melchisedec, allegorically denoting a comparison being made of this/that (before/after) kings, orders, priesthoods, blesseds thereof; the former of such former/latter being unable to cure priests of their infirmities and eventual death (Heb 7:23). The "blessed" of "this" sort is like the first of twain blesseds in Rom 4: 7,8 (from Ps 32: 1,2), a bloody sin conscious sacrifice-all cover up, which when 'uncovered' (as by 'revelation'), turns out to be blessed + cursed = accursed (Gal 1:9), the DEAD end of such a grace + law oxyMORON which is as life + death = dead end. No dead end in "the end" of the Holy Bible, even though it contains both Old & New Testaments, wherein the end is God declared from the beginning: let there be light (not lights, nor light + darkness) light being allegoric for understanding.

Hebrews 7:2 To whom also Abraham gave a tenth part of all; first being by interpretation King of righteousness, and after that also King of Salem, which is, King of peace;

Notably the use of "also" denotes twain things are being allegorized. It seems clever Abraham, much like clever Noah (who did both all LORD commanded and all God

commanded), "also" gave a troll toll to this Melchisedec who (also) blessed him

tricky wording requires "more earnest heed" of what's said, so not to be deceived (Mt

24:4); giving heed to the overall content and context of chp 7, such before/after priesthoods of Melchisedec/JC in 7-11. Notably "is" denotes a was/is allegoric before/after comparison of law/grace; and of the twain only His grace "is" King of "peace". Eph 2: he "is" our peace, who hath "abolished the law".

Note:

Hebrews 7:3 Without father, without mother, without descent, having neither beginning of days, nor end of life; but made like unto the Son of God; abideth a priest continually.

Notably, when "take heed" and "more earnest heed" is applied, kinda like thinking is allowed, Melchisedec has twain (this/that) aspects; And in the Holy Bible containing Old & New Testaments, "this" Melchisedec abideth "a" (them) priest, but such is not "our" high priest of such before/after priesthoods, the priesthood of JC notably being "after" Melchisedec type, which is notably "without" of such allegoric without/within; fathereless, motherless, decentless.

Hebrews 7:4 Now consider how great this man [was], unto whom even the patriarch Abraham gave the tenth of the spoils.

Notably the use of "great" (of great/greater) along with "this" (of this/that) denotes Melchisedec only the first of first/second, and notably a man, which God is not. God is not a man that he should lie(law). God cannot lie(Grace cannot law). Hence God "excepted" (exempt): 1Cor 15.

Moses was "great", but notably by his own admission, a great terror-ist to all Israel (Dt

34:12).

Hebrews 7:5 And verily they that are of the sons of Levi, who receive the office of the priesthood, have a commandment to take tithes of the people according to the law, that is, of their brethren, though they come out of the loins of Abraham:

The subject of "tithes" is notably "according to the law"; So it reasons if the law, which had an expiry date, and got abolished, so also tithes would have an expiry date and got abolished. The subject of troll tolls is aptly discussed by many others, so I will not dwell on it here.

Hebrews 7:6 But he whose descent is not counted from them [who] received tithes of Abraham, and blessed him that had the promises.

Notably this Melchisedec is without descent, but pure religion descended, from God, and such firstly undefiled, which also remained unspotted, only paid a "visit" (not a ransom): Jam 1:27, to all those "afflicted" with a bad case of grace + law = life + death = dead end. And his descent is NOT counted from "them" (Gen 5). Last Adam is the Lord from heaven, not a living soul, but rather a quickening spirit. Last Adam doesn't need salvation, but is salvation to 1st Adam. So also with this/that Melchisedecs, who both blessed Abraham, for he had (plural) promises.

Hebrews 7:7 And without all contradiction the less is blessed of the better.

As we have two James, James the less and James the better, of such good/better things, we also have the less being blessed of the better, when allegorically comparing twain things.

Hebrews 7:8 And here men that die receive tithes; but there he [receiveth them], of whom it is witnessed that he liveth.

Notably we are getting to the root of death, by noting men(plural) who receive tithes die; in a here/there allegorical comparison of death/life of this/that, notably that he is the one who liveth.

Hebrews 7:9 And as I may so say, Levi also, who receiveth tithes, payed tithes in Abraham.

Of this/that Abrahams met by this/that Melchisedecs, this sort is allegorized as Levi, the first sort of twain priesthoods in Abraham, which both paid and received tithes, a real go figure.

Hebrews 7: 10 For he was yet in the loins of his father, when Melchisedec met

him.

Abraham is both his father, and our father, having the (plural) promises, so twice blessed.

Hebrews 7:11 If therefore perfection were by the Levitical priesthood, (for under it the people received the law,) what further need [was there] that another priest should rise after the order of Melchisedec, and not be called after the order of Aaron?

We finally get to the matter of law/grace being as imperfect/perfect, noting in Heb 6 we are exhorted to leave the plural for the singular perfection. For what further need for another priest, if the first sort was perfect. Evidently $uch was not perfect. And the 2nd sort of priest, which notably comes "after" in such a before/after shew, is not called after Aaron's sort, since Aaron's sort of priesthood, stemming from Levi, all have infirmities and all die. But JC "liveth".

Hebrews 7:12 For the priesthood being changed, there is made of necessity a change also of the law.

Since the priesthood changed, so the law changes, from unjust judge to witness against itself.

Hebrews 7:13 For he of whom these things are spoken pertaineth to another tribe, of which no man gave attendance at the altar.

Here, and in 7:14, we again have the use of spake/spoken, as in Heb chp 1, which denotes an allegorical comparison of time past/last days, and two priesthoods thereof such before/after.

Hebrews 7:14 For [it is] evident that our Lord sprang out of Juda; of which tribe Moses spake nothing concerning priesthood.

Moses 'spake' nothing about the second priesthood, but God did, noting it 's the eternal sort of such temporal/eternal salvations of such temporal/eternal sort of priesthoods. The difference is also notable in the use of their Lord/our Lord, our Lord sprang out of Juda (not out of Judas).

Hebrews 7:15 And it is yet far more evident: for that after the similitude of Melchisedec there ariseth another priest,

It's "yet far more evident" (again noting the evidence is what makes it evident), and again reference to "that" of this/that, "after" of before/after: there ariseth another priest (not this Melchisedec type nor any Levitical type or Aaronic type), one who is "made" of created/made

Hebrews 7:16 Who is made, not after the law of a carnal commandment, but after the power of an endless life.

Of created/made another priest is "made", not like carnal (childish) law, rather mature

grace. Made, but not after the law of a carnal commandment, but after the power (gospel is power in Rom 1:16) of an endless life (eternal life of pure grace, his grace, has no end; whereas temporal life of law priests had an end, the dead end of life + death via their grace + law).

Hebrews 7:17 For he testifieth, Thou [art] a priest for ever after the order of Melchisedec.

With respect to the power (gospel) of an endless life, the gospel of grace, pure grace and then (thereby) peace with God through JC, he that sent JC (and not to condemn: Jn 3, for law is a ministration of condemnation in 2Cor 3), he testifieth Thou a priest, and it's after the order of Melchisedec; so it's the after part of before/after, the better part of good/better, the living part of dead/alive, with the priesthoods of Melchisedec/Christ, Christ thereof being allegorical spoken of as Christ: the end of the law, the end of grace + law, which is the beginning of grace, pure grace, which does not produce infirmity nor death, but eternal life, the endless sort of life void of death.

Hebrews 7:18 For there is verily a disannulling of the commandment going before for the weakness and unprofitableness thereof.

So (since the law was imperfect, priests thereof all died from infirmities, eventually the worst sort of infirmity: death) there is a "disannulling" of law, the commandment going "before", of such before/after scenario of law/grace. Why? BECAUSE of the "weakness" and "unprofitableness" of law. Hear ye, Hear ye, Hear ye: law is imperfect, unprofitable, and produces only a dead end. Talk about evidence, Paul lays it all out, with ample proof, full proof (evangelist make full proof of thy ministry), to the Hebrews(plural), and from scriptures, not just theories.

Hebrews 7:19 For the law made nothing perfect, but the bringing in of a better hope [did]; by the which we draw nigh unto God.

The exhortation is "be ye perfect", and law made nothing perfect; so the exhortation is NOT to be law abiding, but rather grace us, which is also the better hope of good/better hopes, and the one of twain whereby we draw night unto God without any fear or torment thereof. The law made nothing perfect. Yet sadly we see many cities spending half their total budget on"law" enforcement, and they wonder everyone is so sick. Dah, law produces infirmities.

Hebrews 7:20 And inasmuch as not without an oath [he was made priest]:

Not without an oath

death, which is salvation from law)

oath, with a surety, the surety of Jesus, of Jesus Christ, who did draw all unto him (by taking grace + law and making it law vs grace), then took such all to the cross where law, the enmity, gets nailed, abolished, blotted out, taken away, done away, for being the enmity, the enemy, the adversary, the because of sin and death, the root cause of all sickness and disease, the ministration of condemnation to all, and the ministration of death to all. No such dead end to Heb.

oath is the end of all strife, so then an oath, and a sure

for to them (one of twain them/us who needs salvation from sickness and

an

Hebrews 7:21 (For those priests were made without an oath; but this with an oath by him that said unto him, The Lord sware and will not repent, Thou [art] a priest for ever after the order of Melchisedec:)

Again we see the before/after scenario of M/JC, the priesthood of JC being the after part of

before/after, and notably of law/grace

of Melchisedec, so none perish instead of all perish from a bad case of life + death (grace + law). Notably there is a swearing, an oath, and no repentance associated with the grace of law/grace. God will NEVER change his will to have all mercy and no sacrifice at all, all grace and no law at all, all life and no death at all. God our Saviour will have all men saved and aware what they're saved from, delivered from, law: sin imputation (infirmities thereof) and death (dead end of grace + law = life + death).

with an oath that Christ would be a priest after the order

Hebrews 7:22 By so much was Jesus made a surety of a better testament.

Jesus is the "surety" of a "better" testament; but such is only some better part of good better best; so stay tuned for more clarity of what's best of good better best, and for all (not some only).

Hebrews 7:23 And they truly were many priests, because they were not suffered to continue by reason of death:

CLARITY, the old testament priests all died, were not suffered to continue with their law which imputes sin to all, because the result of such futile folly would be extinction. As jewel sings:

foolish games tear apart, break the heart.

an

unchangeable priesthood.

24 gets tricky, for it says 'this' man (notably Jesus) continueth ever (Jesus Christ the same, yester day, to day, and for ever; so Jesus of Jesus => Christ also for ever, but only because of the Christ of such Jesus => Christ being "the end of the law").

Hebrews

7:24

But

this

[man],

because

he

continueth

ever,

hath

Hebrews 7:25 Wherefore he is able also to save them to the uttermost that come unto God by him, seeing he ever liveth to make intercession for them.

Wherefore he is able to save them (them folk look to Jesus more than to Christ) and to the uttermost, the eternal sort of two salvations; for all first get in Jesus, who takes all to the cross, through the cross, to the other side of J-->C, Christ: the end of the law. It's an allegory (Gal 4:24), and a mystery, even a triple mystery, with lots of twists, a real challenge, so we get real understanding, by having an adversary who is 'more subtle than any beast of the field'. Paul is also notably not only the steward of the mysteries of God, but the faithful steward of such; so we not only have revelatory revelations from Paul, but also many twists, to make it a shew, a challenge, hence "take heed", "more earnest heed", to get all the allegoric clues req'd to solve the 'mystery'.

He (Jesus of Jesus Christ) ever liveth to make intercession for them. But when no more them, no more need for such, eh. All too often them folk see Jesus as their law-yer, pleading their case to God; But the Bible clarifies God is not an unjust judge you can hound, nor changes his mind about what he will have; so all the lying, crying, and dying of billions does NOT affect God one bit, for God is unchangeable, fixed, immovable, and his will is immutable, by two immutable things: God cannot lie nor die (Grace cannot law; for the twain is an oxyMORON with a BAD end).

Hebrews 7:26 For such an high priest became us, [who is] holy, harmless, undefiled, separate from sinners, and made higher than the heavens;

Such an high priest (Jesus) became "us" of them/us; Jesus of Jesus Christ became Christ: the end of the law. And notably such us, such Christ, is holy, harmless, undefiled, separate from sinners, and "made" higher than the heavens(plural). Allegory: pure grace is higher than law of grace + law, also holy, harmless, undefiled, etc. It's "perfect" love, "pure" wisdom and from above, far above all sin, sin consciousness, sinners, and plural heavens thereof.

Hebrews 7:27 Who needeth not daily, as those high priests, to offer up sacrifice, first for his own sins, and then for the people's: for this he did once, when he offered up himself.

Such that "is", higher than the (plural) heavens, needeth not daily, as those priests who all had infirmities and died, to offer up sacrifice. AHA, more CLARITY about sacrifice, which is of the

law (Heb 10), and what God will not have (Ps 40; Hos 6; Mt 9:13),
law (Heb 10), and what God will not have (Ps 40; Hos 6; Mt 9:13), but rather taketh away, to
"establish grace", pure grace void of law, which is life void of death. Selah. Get it:
understanding, for Clarity is what makes it CLEAR, as if PLAINLY speaking of the Father, flat
out making it EVIDENT from the evidence, with FULL PROOF from the scriptures, which the
Hebrews so love, but remain ignorant of, due to the miss-understanding of adding law to grace,
confusion thereof, to the point of not knowing why all are still lying, crying, and dying, and God is
not moved by such one bit.
He that became "us" (of them/us) needeth not to offer up sacrifices daily, first for his own sins,
and then for the peoples (for if no law, no sin imputed, no sin consciousness at all, which the law
does NOT purge any of: Heb 10)
for "this" he did when he offered up himself, once for all.
Hey, say what? He did what? He offered up himself, first for his own sins, and for the peoples.
Woe, let's take a closer look at such, try to get more clarity about it. For this is where many fall,
fail the final exam, in thinking sacrifice purges sin. It does not.
Hebrews 7:28 For the law maketh men high priests which have infirmity; but
the word of the oath, which was since the law, [maketh] the Son, who is
consecrated for evermore.
Notably imperfect law maketh (plural) men (plural) priests, which have "infirmity" and
"die". On the other hand, right hand of God, is the Son. He's consecrated for evermore,
ever "liveth".
Comparaing Pauline Conclusions of Hebrews and Revelation:
Conclusion of To The Hebrews (a mini bible itself): "Grace with you all. Amen."
Conclusion of Holy Bible: "The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ with you all.
Amen."
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