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But now we come to better words: Heb 8:6 But now hath He obtained a ministry the more excellent, by so much as He is also the Mediator of a better covenant, which hath been enacted upon better promises.7 For if that first covenant had been faultless, then would no place have been sought for a second.

Heb 8:6: A ministry the more excellent--Now if we can only step out from the shadows (vs. Christ's one offering would have been complete if there had been no shadows or types whatever.

Hear Jehovah's own word by Moses when He gave the Sinai covenant: "For when I shall have brought them into the land which I sware unto their fathers, flowing with milk and honey, and they shall have eaten and filled themselves, and waxed fat; then will they turn unto other gods, and serve them, and despise Me, and break My covenant" (Deut. To apply verse 8, I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and with the house of Judah, to Christians today, is blank ignorance, or presumptuous folly. (Of course, the next words, They continued not in My covenant, and I regarded them not, saith the Lord, everyone has willingly consigned to calf-worshipping Israel!

) Neither the first covenant, at all, or ever, nor the new covenant, as yet to be made with Israel and Judah, relates to Christians.

Our Lord in His earthly ministry, though so often speaking and working in the temple itself, never assayed to its priesthood! It was "zeal for God's house," as such, that ate Him up. Next in sadness to the words, "they that dwell at Jerusalem, and their rulers, because they knew Him not, nor the voices of the prophets ...

fulfilled them by condemning Him," is the fact that they went about their sacrifices, Passover and all, with the Great Priest of Whom all these sacrifices spoke, before their eyes--and they blind--as unto this day.

By so much as He is also the Mediator of a better covenant, which hath been enacted upon better promises. First, it is not the covenant of Hebrews , for that was not between creatures, but between "the God of peace" and "the Lord Jesus," and the condition was the obedience unto death of Christ to the Father; its ground, the shed blood of Christ; and its issue, "an eternal covenant." This is the great fundamental transaction between God and Christ: no creature is seen; but, ah! So that God can go on and make (in the Millennial future) a second (or "new") covenant with Israel, who "continued not" (vs. But note two things about this new covenant (Heb 8:8): a.

Here the words a better covenant are contrasted with the first, or legal covenant. It is based, as we have intimated, on the "eternal covenant" of Hebrews . God does everything in this "new covenant." There is no "If ye--" as at Sinai; but it is all "I will:" I will make a new covenant (Heb 8:8).Part 1 - Hebrews 1-7 Verse by Verse Part 2 - Hebrews 8-13 Verse by Verse HEBREWS TABLE OF CONTENTS Hebrews 1 Hebrews 2 Hebrews 3 Hebrews 4 Hebrews 5 Hebrews 6 Hebrews 7 Hebrews 8 Hebrews 9 Hebrews 10 Hebrews 11 Hebrews 12 Hebrews 13 Appendices A - Why to "Hebrews?" B - The Teachings of Baptisms (Hebrews 6:2) C - The Nature of the Church D - Three Greek Words for "Place" E - Three Elements of Divine Forgiveness F - Delayers of Our Lord's Coming (Hebrews ) G - Authorship of Hebrews H - The Books Which Follow Hebrews Hebrews 8 Heb 8:1 Now the chief point in the things being said is this: Such an One we have as High Priest, Who sat down on the right hand of the throne of the Majesty in the heavens, 2 a Minister of the holy things, and of the true tabernacle, which the Lord pitched, not man."And I will be to them a God, and they shall be to Me a people" (Heb ). But the great word as to the former covenant is: "He hath made the first old ...nigh unto vanishing away." It vanished indeed in A. 70, when the temple was sacked and burned, and Jerusalem destroyed by Titus.While place is foretold for "the house of Israel and the house of Judah" in this epistle to the Hebrews, yet lay this to heart: the old covenant is gone (vs. Paul is writing to Hebrew believers with whose fathers God had made a "covenant," and with which nation God will, by and by, at the Messiah's return to Israel, make a "new" covenant, saying, "And this is the covenant from Me unto them, when I shall take away their sins"--Romans .