Hebrews

 

Chapter 1
1 From long ago, in many parts and in many manners, the Placer, speaking in the prophets to the fathers, on the last of these days, speaks to us in a son, 2 whom he places as an allotment enjoyer of all, through whom also he makes the durations, 3 who being an effulgence of his glory, and an emblem of his assumption, besides carrying the all in his powerful declaration, making a cleansing of the sins, is seated in right of the Majesty in heights, 4 in so much, becoming better than the messengers, in as much as he has enjoyed an allotment of a more excelling name than they. 5 For to whom of the messengers did he at a time say, “You are my son; today I have generated you,” and again, “I shall be into a Father to him, and he shall be into a son to me”? 6 Yet whenever he may again be leading the firstborn into the habitance, he is saying, “And let all messengers of Placer worship him.” 7 And indeed, toward the messengers, he is saying that he is the one making his messengers spirits, and his officials a blaze of fire. 8 Yet toward the son he says, “The Placer is your throne, into the duration of the duration, and the rod of your kingdom is the rod of the straightness. 9 You love righteousness and you hate lawlessness. Therefore the Placer, your Placer, anoints you with an olive oil of exultation, beyond your partners.” 10 And, “Master, down beginnings, you do found the land, and the heavens are works of your hands. 11 They shall be destroyed, yet you are remaining. And as a cloak, they shall all be made old, 12 and as if clothing, you shall be whirling them as a cloak, and they shall be changed. Yet you are the same, and your years shall not be defaulting.” 13 Yet toward which of the messengers has he at a time declared, “Be sitting out right of me, till I am placing your enemies as a footstool of your feet”? 14 Are they not all official spirits, being commissioned into service because of the ones about to enjoy an allotment of salvation?
Chapter 2
1 Therefore it is a must for us to be more abundantly heeding the things being heard, lest at some time we may be drifting by. 2 For if the word being spoken through messengers became confirmed, and every transgression and disobedience got a fair reward, 3 how shall we be escaping, neglecting the prodigious salvation which, getting a beginning being spoken through the Master, was confirmed into us by the ones hearing, 4 the Placer testifying together with them in signs and miracles and various powers and partings of holy spirit down his willing. 5 For not to messengers does he subject the habitance about to be, about which we are speaking. 6 Yet someone somewhere certifies, saying, “What is a human, that you are being reminded of him, or a son of a human, that you are overseeing for him? 7 You make him some bit inferior to messengers. You wreathe him with glory and honor. 8 You subject all, down under his feet.” For in subjecting the all to him, he leaves nothing unsubject to him. Yet now, not as yet are we seeing the all having been subjected to him. 9 Yet we are observing Jesus, he having been made some bit inferior to messengers, through the suffering of the death, having been wreathed with glory and honor, which is how, in grace of Placer, he may be tasting of death over everyone. 10 For it behooved him, because of whom the all is, and through whom the all is, leading many sons into glory, to consummate through sufferings the Chief Leader of their salvation. 11 For besides, the one making holy, and the ones being made holy, are all out of one, through which cause, he is not ashamed to be calling them brothers, 12 saying, “I shall be reporting your name to my brothers. In the midst of a called out company, I shall be hymning you.” 13 And again, “I shall be having confidence on him.” And again, “Be perceiving, it is me and the little children which the Placer gives to me.” 14 Since, then, the little children have participated of blood and flesh, he, being very nigh, has also partaken of the same, that through the death, he may be nullifying the one having the holding of the death (the Adversary, this is), 15 and may be clearing these, as many as were liable of slavery to be continually living in fear of death. 16 For assuredly, it is not getting hold of messengers, but it is getting hold of seed of Abraham. 17 Whence he owed to be made, down all things, like the brothers, that he may become a merciful and faithful Chief Priest for the things toward the Placer, into, propitiating for the sins of the people. 18 For in what he has suffered, being tried, he is able to help the ones being tried.
Chapter 3
1 Whence, holy brothers, partakers of a celestial calling, consider the Commissioner and Chief Priest of our avowal, Jesus, 2 he being faithful to the one making him, as Moses also was in his whole house. 3 For this one has been worthy of more glory than Moses, down as much as the one constructing is having more honor than the house. 4 For every house is being constructed by someone, yet Placer is the one constructing all. 5 And Moses was indeed faithful in his whole house as a retainer, into a testimony of the things that shall be spoken, 6 yet Anointed, as a son on his house, whose house we are, if we are retaining the boldness and the boast of the expectation. 7 Wherefore, down as the holy spirit is saying, “Today, if you are hearing his voice, 8 you may not be hardening your hearts, as in the embitterment down the day of the trial in the desolate region, 9 where your fathers try me out in testing. And they perceived my works forty years. 10 Wherefore I have disgust toward this generation, and I said, ‘They are ever being strayed in the heart! They yet do not know my ways!’ 11 As I swear in my indignation, ‘If they shall enter into my ceasing!’ ” 12 Be looking out, brothers, lest at some time there shall be in any of you a wicked heart of unbelief, in withdrawing from a living Placer. 13 But down each day, be entreating yourselves, until what is being called today, that no one out of you may be hardened in a seduction of the sin. 14 For we have become partners of the Anointed, if we are retaining the beginning of the assumption, confirmed unto consummation. 15 In what is being said today, if you are hearing his voice, you may not be hardening your hearts, as in the embitterment. 16 For some, hearing, embitter him. But it was not all the ones coming out of Egypt through Moses. 17 Toward whom, yet, does he have disgust forty years? Was it not to the ones sinning, whose carcasses fall in the desolate region? 18 To whom does he swear, yet, to not be entering his ceasing, if not to the ones being stubborn? 19 And we are observing that they were not enabled to be entering, because of unbelief.
Chapter 4
1 We may be afraid, then, lest at some time, there being left a promise to be entering his ceasing, someone out of you may be seeming to have been deficient. 2 For we also have been brought a good message, even as also they. But it not having been blended together with the belief, in the ones hearing, the word heard does not benefit them. 3 For we, the ones believing, are entering into the ceasing, down as he has declared, “As I swear in my indignation, ‘If they shall be entering my ceasing!’ ” and, though the works are become, from a casting down of a world. 4 For somewhere, he declared about the seventh thus, “And in the seventh day, the Placer ceases from all of his works,” 5 and again in this, “If they shall be entering my ceasing!” 6 Since, then, it is being left for some to be entering into it, and the ones formerly being brought a good message did not enter because of stubbornness, 7 he is again designating some day, it being today, saying in David after so much time, down as he has declared before, “Today, if you are hearing his voice, you may not be hardening your hearts.” 8 For if Joshua causes them to cease, he would not have spoken about another day after these things. 9 Consequently a sabbatism is being left to the Placer’s people. 10 For the one entering into his ceasing, he also ceases from his works, even as the Placer, from his own. 11 We should be diligent, then, to be entering into that ceasing, that someone may not be falling in the same example of the stubbornness. 12 For the Placer’s word is living and operative, and keen, above every two-edged sword, and penetrating, until a parting of soul and spirit, of both connections and spinal marrow, and is a judge of feelings and thoughts of the heart. 13 And there is not a creature which is not apparent in his sight, yet all is naked and having been bared to the eyes of him toward whom the word with us is. 14 Having, then, a great Chief Priest having come through the heavens, Jesus, the Placer’s son, we may be holding the avowal. 15 For we are not having a chief priest unable to sympathize with our weaknesses, yet one having been tried, down all things, down likeness, apart from sinning. 16 We, then, may be coming with boldness toward the throne of the grace, that we may be getting mercy, and finding grace for well-seasoned help.
Chapter 5
1 For every chief priest being gotten out of humans, is being constituted over* humans, for the things toward the Placer, that he may be offering approach presents as well as sacrifices over* sins, 2 he being able to be moderate to the unknowing and to ones being strayed, since he also is being encompassed with weakness. 3 And because of it, he is owing to be offering about sins, down as about the people, thus also about himself. 4 And no one is getting the honor to himself, but is one called by the Placer, even also as Aaron. 5 Thus also, the Anointed does not glorify himself to become Chief Priest, but the one speaking toward him does it, “You are my son; today I have generated you,” 6 down as also in a different one he is saying, “You are a priest into the duration, down the order of Melchizedek,” 7 who, in the days of his flesh, offering both petitions and supplications, with strong clamor and tears, toward the one able to be saving him out of death, was also hearkened to, from his piety. 8 And even being a son, he learned the obedience, from things which he suffered. 9 And being consummated, he became a cause of durative salvation to all the ones obeying him, 10 being accosted by the Placer as Chief Priest, down the order of Melchizedek, 11 about whom, the word to us is much, and it is hardly translatable, since you have become dull in the hearing. 12 For also, owing to be teachers because of the time, you are again having need of one to be teaching you, what are the elements of the beginning of the Placer’s oracles. And you have become having need of milk, and not of solid nurture. 13 For everyone partaking of milk, is untried of a word of righteousness, for he is a minor. 14 Yet the solid nurture, is of consummate ones, the ones having, through habit, the faculties exercised toward judging of things ideal, as well as evil.
*concerning
Chapter 6
1 Wherefore leaving the word of the beginning of the Anointed, we should be carried on to the consummation, not again casting down a foundation of repentance from dead works, and of belief on Placer, 2 of both teaching of immersions and placing on of hands, of both resurrection of dead ones and durative judgment. 3 And this we shall be doing if the Placer is permitting. 4 For it is impossible, for the ones being once enlightened, who both tasting of the celestial gratuitous gift and become partakers of holy spirit, 5 who tasting an ideal declaration of Placer, as well as powers of a duration about to be, 6 they also falling aside, to again be renewing them into repentance, they impaling in themselves the Placer’s son, and infamizing him. 7 For the land drinking the shower coming on it many times, and bringing forth herbage fitted to those through whom it is also being farmed, is partaking of a blessing from the Placer. 8 Yet carrying out thorns and star thistles, it is unapproved, and near a curse, its consummation being into a burning. 9 Yet about you, beloved, we have been persuaded of the better things, things also being had of salvation, and, if we are speaking thus. 10 For the Placer is not unjust, so as to be forgetting your work, and the love which you display into his name, serving the holy ones. And you are serving them. 11 Yet we are desiring for each of you to be displaying the same diligence toward the assurance of the expectation, until consummation, 12 that you may become not dull, yet imitators of the ones who through belief and patience are enjoying allotment of the promises. 13 For the Placer, promising to the Abraham, since he had no one greater to swear down, swears down himself, 14 saying, “If in sooth blessing, I shall be blessing you, and multiplying, I shall be multiplying you.” 15 And thus, being patient, he happened on the promise. 16 For humans are swearing down the greater, and to them, an end of every contradiction is the oath of confirmation, 17 in which, the Placer, intending to more abundantly exhibit to the allotment enjoyers of the promise, the immutability of his counsel, mediates with an oath, 18 that through two immutable matters, in which it is impossible for the Placer to falsify, we may be having strong consolation, we who are fleeing to take hold of the expectation lying before us, 19 which we are having as an anchor of the soul, it being both secure and confirmed, and entering into the interior beyond the curtain, 20 where Jesus, the forerunner over us, entered, down the order of Melchizedek, becoming Chief Priest into the duration.
Chapter 7
1 For this Melchizedek, king of Salem, priest of the highest Placer, who, meeting together with Abraham returning from the strike of the kings, and blessing him, 2 is also to whom Abraham parts a tenth from all, he being a foremost indeed, being translated “King of Righteousness”. Yet thereafter, he is also king of Salem, which is “King of Peace”, 3 being without a father, without a mother, without a genealogy, having neither a beginning of days nor a consummation of life, yet having been likened to the Placer’s son, remaining into the excellence. 4 Yet behold this prime one, to whom Abraham the patriarch gives a tenth out of the booty piles. 5 And indeed, the ones out of the sons of Levi, getting the priestly office, are having a precept down the law to be tenthing from the people, their brothers, this is, ones even also having come out of the loin of Abraham. 6 Yet the one not given a genealogy out of them, has tenthed Abraham, and he has blessed the one having the promises. 7 Apart from every contradiction, yet, the inferior is being blessed by the better. 8 And indeed, dying humans here, are getting tenths. Yet there one is, being testified that he is living. 9 And so, it is as to be saying, Levi, the one getting the tenths, has also been tenthed, through Abraham. 10 For he was still in the loin of his father when Melchizedek meets together with him. 11 Indeed then, if consummation was through the Levitic priesthood (for the people on it had been law-placed), what need is there for a different priest to arise down the order of Melchizedek, and one not being said to be down the order of Aaron? 12 For, the priesthood being transferred, out of necessity, there is also becoming a transferrence of law. 13 For he on whom these things are being said, has partaken of a different tribe, from which no one has taken heed to the altar. 14 For it is evident before, that our Master has risen out of Judah, a tribe for which Moses speaks nothing about priests. 15 And it is still more abundantly evident, if a different priest down the likeness of Melchizedek is rising, 16 he is one who has become so, not down a law of a fleshy precept, but down power of an indissoluble life. 17 For he is being testified, that, “You are a priest into the duration, down the order of Melchizedek.” 18 For indeed, there is becoming a repudiation of a precept leading before, because of its weakness and being unbeneficial; 19 for the law consummates nothing. Yet, it is an induction of a better expectation, through which, we are nearing the Placer. 20 And indeed, it is so, down as much as it is not apart from an oath-swearing. For indeed, the ones having become priests, are apart from an oath-swearing. 21 Yet the one with an oath-swearing, is through the one saying toward him, “Master swears, and it shall not be regretted, you are a priest into the duration.” 22 Down so much, Jesus has also become a sponsor of a better covenant. 23 And indeed, the ones having become priests are numerous, being forbidden to be remaining, because of the death. 24 Yet the one, is having the priesthood inviolate, because of his remaining into the duration. 25 Whence also, he is able to be saving, into all the consummation, the ones coming toward the Placer through him, he always living to be pleading over them. 26 For such a Chief Priest is also behooving to us, he being benign, innocent, undefiled, having been separated from the sinners, and becoming higher than the heavens, 27 who is not having necessity to be day by day offering sacrifices, even as the chief priests, firstly over their own sins, thereafter, the ones of the people. For this he does once, offering himself. 28 For the law is constituting as chief priests, humans who are having weakness. Yet the word of the oath-swearing, after the law, is constituting a son, having been consummated, into the duration.
Chapter 8
1 A head* on the things being said, yet, is: We are having such a Chief Priest, who is seated in right of the throne of the Majesty in the heavens, 2 an official of the holy things, and of the true tent, which the Master, not a human, fastens. 3 For every chief priest is being constituted to be offering both approach presents and sacrifices. Whence it is necessary for this one also to be having something which he may offer. 4 Indeed, then, if he was on land, he would not be a priest, there being the ones offering approach presents down law, 5 who are offering divine service in an example and shadow of the celestial things, down as Moses, about to be consummating the tent, has been apprised. For he is averring, “Be seeing, you shall be making it all down the type shown to you in the mountain.” 6 Yet now, he has happened upon a more excellent officiation, in as much as he is also a mediator of a better covenant, which has been law-placed on better promises. 7 For if the first was unblameable, place of a second would not have been sought. 8 For blaming them, he is saying, “Be perceiving, days are coming, Master is saying, and I shall be concluding, on the house of Israel and on the house of Judah, a new covenant, 9 not down the covenant which I make with their fathers, in the day of getting hold of their hand to be leading them out of land of Egypt, it being that they do not remain in my covenant, and I am without care of them, Master is saying, 10 it being that this is the covenant which I shall be covenanting with the house of Israel after those days, Master is saying, giving laws of me into their comprehension, and I shall be writing them on their hearts. And I shall be into a Placer to them, and they shall be into a people to me. 11 And they may by no means be teaching, each his citizen and each his brother, saying, ‘Be knowing the Master,’ 12 it being that I shall be propitious to their unjustnesses, and I may by no means still be reminded of their sins.” 13 In saying “new,” he has made the first one old. Yet the one being made old, is also senescent, near disappearing.
*sum, summing up.
Chapter 9
1 Indeed then, the first also had just effects of divine service, the worldly holy place besides. 2 For a tent is constructed, the first, which is said to be holy, in which are both the lampstand and the table, and the placing of the breads. 3 Yet after the second curtain is a tent, the one being said to be a holy of holies, 4 having a golden censer, and the ark of the covenant, it having been covered about everywhere in gold, in which is a golden urn having the manna, and the germinating rod of Aaron, and the tablets of the covenant. 5 Yet up above are its cherubim of glory, overshadowing the propitiatory shelter, down which part, it is not for us to now be saying anything about. 6 These having been thus constructed, yet, the priests are indeed continually into the first tent, consummating the divine services. 7 Yet into the second, it is the chief priest only, once of the year, not apart from blood which he is offering over himself and the errors of the people. 8 The holy spirit is making this evident: The way of the holy things is not yet to have been manifested, while the first tent is still having a standing, 9 which is a parable into the present season, down which both approach presents and sacrifices are being offered, which are not able, down conscience, to consummate the one offering divine service, 10 they being only on foods and drinks and excelling immersions, just effects of flesh, lying there unto a season of reformation. 11 Yet Anointed, coming along as Chief Priest of the good things becoming, through the greater and more consummate tent, it being not hand-made, not of this creation, this is, 12 yet not through blood of he-goats and cattle, yet through his own blood, he entered into the holy places, only once, finding a durative redemption. 13 For if the blood of he-goats, and of bulls, and ashes of a heifer, sprinkling the ones having been contaminated, is making holy toward the cleanness of the flesh, 14 how much rather shall the blood of the Anointed, who through durative spirit offers himself flawless to the Placer, be cleansing our conscience from dead works, to be offering divine service to a living Placer. 15 And therefore he is a mediator of a new covenant, which is how, a death becoming, into deliverance from the transgressions on the first covenant, the ones having been called may be getting the durative allotment enjoyment. 16 For where there is a covenant, there is necessity for a death of the covenant victim to be carried out. 17 For a covenant is confirmed on dead ones, since it is not being strong at any time when the covenant victim is living. 18 Whence, neither has the first one been dedicated apart from blood. 19 For of every precept down the law being spoken under Moses, getting the blood of the cattle and he-goats, with water and scarlet wool and hyssop, he sprinkles both the scrollet itself and all the people, 20 saying, “This is the blood of the covenant which the Placer precepts toward you.” 21 Yet he also likewise sprinkles, with the blood, the tent and all the utensils of the officiation. 22 And almost all is being cleansed in blood down the law, and apart from pouring out of blood, there is becoming no forgiveness. 23 Indeed, then, there was necessity for the examples of the things in the heavens to be cleansed with these things, yet the celestial things themselves, with better sacrifices than these. 24 For Anointed entered, not into hand-made holy things, representations of the true, but into the heaven itself, to now, over us, be disclosed to the Placer’s face. 25 Neither is it that he may be offering himself many times, even as the chief priest is entering into the holy things year by year, in blood of others, 26 since if so, it was a must for him to be suffering many times, from a casting down of a world. Yet now, he has been manifested once, into repudiation of the sin, at a conclusion of the durations. 27 And down as much as it is being reserved to the humans to be dying once, yet after this a judgment, 28 thus also, the Anointed, being offered once, to be bearing the sins of many, shall be seen out of a second time, apart from sin, by the ones awaiting him into salvation.
Chapter 10
1 For the law, having a shadow of the good things about to be, not the image itself of the matters, with the same sacrifices which they are offering year by year, is never able to consummate into the excellence, the ones coming toward him. 2 Since if so, would they not cease being offered, because of no one still having a conscience of sins, the ones offering divine service having once been cleansed? 3 But in them is a reminding of sins, year by year. 4 For it is impossible for blood of bulls and he-goats to be lifting away sins. 5 Wherefore, entering into the world, he is saying, “Sacrifice and offering you do not will, yet you equip to me a body. 6 You do not delight for whole burnt offerings, and ones about sin. 7 Then I said, ‘Be perceiving, in a heading of a scrollet it has been written about me, ‘I am arriving to do the will effect of you, the Placer.’ ‘ ” 8 Further up, he is saying that, “Sacrifices, and offerings, and whole burnt offerings, and ones about sin, you do not will, neither do you delight for them,” they being ones which are offered down law. 9 Then he has declared, “Be perceiving, I am arriving to do your will effect.” He is lifting away the first, that he may be establishing the second, 10 in which will effect, we have been made holy, through the offering, only once, of the body of Jesus Anointed. 11 And indeed, every priest has stood day by day, and offering many times the same sacrifices which are never able to be lifting the sins from about us. 12 Yet this one, offering one sacrifice over sins, he being into the excellence, is seated in right of the Placer, 13 awaiting the rest, till his enemies may be placed as a footstool of his feet. 14 For in one offering, he has consummated, into the excellence, the ones being made holy. 15 Yet the holy spirit is also testifying to us, for after having declared, 16 “This is the covenant which I shall be covenanting toward them after those days,” Master is saying, “giving laws of me on their hearts, I shall also be writing them on their comprehension, 17 and by no means shall I still be reminded of their sins and their lawlessnesses.” 18 Where there is forgiveness of these, yet, there is not still an offering about sin. 19 Having boldness, then, brothers, into the entrance of the holy places, in the blood of Jesus, 20 a recent and living way which he dedicates to us through the curtain, his flesh, this is, 21 and a great Priest at the Placer’s house, 22 we may be coming toward him with a true heart, in assurance of belief, the hearts having been sprinkled from a wicked conscience, and the body having been bathed in clean water. 23 We may be retaining the avowal of the expectation, without wavering; for faithful is the one promising. 24 And we may be considering one another, into sharpening of love and ideal works, 25 not abandoning the gathering of ourselves, down as a custom to some is, but entreating, and in so much rather, as much as you are observing the day nearing. 26 For of us voluntarily sinning after getting recognition of the truth, a sacrifice about sins is not still being left, 27 yet there is a somewhat fearful awaiting of judgment, and of a boiling fire about to be eating the hostile ones. 28 Anyone repudiating a law of Moses is dying, apart from pities, on two or three testifers. 29 How much worse punishment, is it seeming to you, shall the one be counted worthy, who is trampling the Placer’s son, and deeming as contaminating, the blood of the covenant in which he is made holy, and outraging the spirit of the grace? 30 For we have perceived the one saying, “Vengeance is in me; I shall be repaying.” And again, “Master shall be judging his people.” 31 It is a fearful thing to be falling into the hands of a living Placer! 32 You are to be remembering the former days, yet, in which being enlightened, you endure much competition of sufferings, 33 this is, indeed being gazed at in both reproaches and constrictions, yet this, becoming participants of the ones behaving thus. 34 For you also sympathize with the prisoners, and with joy receive toward you the snatching of your belongings, knowing to be having in yourselves a better and remaining belonging. 35 You, then, should not be casting away your boldness, which is having a great reward. 36 For you are having need of endurance, that doing the Placer’s will effect, you may be requited the promise. 37 For as much as still a little, is as much as the one coming shall be arriving, and shall not be delaying. 38 “Yet my just one shall be living, out of belief. And if he is ever shrinking back, my soul is not delighting in him.” 39 We, yet, are not of ones shrinking back into destruction, but of belief, into a procuring of soul.
Chapter 11
1 Belief, yet, is an assumption of what is being expected, an exposing of matters not being observed. 2 For the seniors were testified in this. 3 In belief, we are apprehending the durations to have been equipped in a declaration of Placer, into, the things being observed, to have become out of things not appearing. 4 In belief, Abel offers to the Placer more sacrifice than Cain, through which he was testified to be just, the Placer testifying on his approach presents; and through it, dying, he is still speaking. 5 In belief, Enoch was transferred, to be not perceiving death, and was not found, because the Placer transfers him. For before the transfer, he has been testified to have well-pleased the Placer. 6 Apart from belief, yet, it is impossible to well-please him. For it is a must, for the one coming toward the Placer, to believe that he is, and is becoming a rewarder of the ones seeking him out. 7 In belief, Noah, being apprised about the things not yet being observed, being pious, constructs an ark, into salvation of his house, through which he condemns the world, and became an allotment enjoyer of the righteousness down belief. 8 In belief, Abraham, being called, obeys, to be coming out into a place which he was about to be getting into an allotment enjoyment. And he came out, not being adept where he is coming. 9 In belief, he sojourns into land of the promise, it being as an alien land, he dwelling in tents with Isaac and Jacob, the joint allotment enjoyers of the same promise. 10 For he awaited the city having the foundations, artisan and architect of which is the Placer. 11 In belief, Sarah also, being sterile and beyond season of prime, got ability for casting down seed, since she deems faithful, the one promising. 12 Wherefore also, from one having been deadened, these also were generated, ones in multitude down as the gleamers in the heaven, the unnumbered being also as the sand beside the lip of the sea. 13 Being down belief, these all died, not getting the promises, but perceiving them to be ahead, and greeting them, also avowing that they are guests and expatriates on the land. 14 For the ones saying such things, are disclosing that they are seeking their own country. 15 And indeed, if they remembered that from which they stepped out, they would have had season to go back. 16 Yet now, they are craving a better one, a celestial one, this is. Wherefore, the Placer, being called on, is not ashamed to be their Placer. For he makes ready to them a city. 17 In belief, Abraham, being tried, has offered the Isaac. And the one receiving the promises, offered the only one generated, 18 he toward whom it was spoken, that, “In Isaac shall seed be called to you,” 19 reckoning that the Placer is able also to be rousing him out of dead ones. Whence, in a parable, he is also requited him. 20 In belief also, Isaac blesses the Jacob and the Esau about things about to be. 21 In belief, Jacob, dying, blesses each of the sons of Joseph, and worships on the extremity of his rod. 22 In belief, Joseph, deceasing, remembers about the exodus of the sons of Israel, and precepts them about his bones. 23 In belief, Moses, being generated, was hid three months by his fathers, because they perceived the little boy to be urbane, and they were not afraid of the king’s prescription. 24 In belief, Moses, becoming great, disowns being said a son of Pharaoh’s daughter, 25 preferring to be having evil together with the Placer’s people, rather than to be having enjoyment of sin toward a season, 26 deeming the Anointed’s reproach to be riches greater than the stores of Egypt; for he looked away into the reward. 27 In belief, he left Egypt, being not afraid of the king’s fury; for he is staunch, as seeing the unseen. 28 In belief, he has made the Passover and the pouring of the blood, that the exterminator may not be contacting their firstborn. 29 In belief, they stepped through the Red Sea as through dry land, a trial which the Egyptians getting, were swallowed down. 30 In belief, the walls of Jericho fall, being surrounded on seven days. 31 In belief, Rahab the prostitute was not destroyed together with the stubborn, receiving the spies with peace. 32 And what may I still be saying? For the time shall be lacking for me to be relating about Gideon, Barak, Samson, Jephtha, David, besides also Samuel and the prophets, 33 who through belief subdue kingdoms, work righteousness, happened on promises, bar mouths of lions, 34 extinguish power of fire, fled edges of sword, were empowered from weakness, were become strong in battle, recline camps of others. 35 Women got their dead ones out of resurrection. Yet others are beaten up, being not toward receiving the deliverance, that they may be happening on a better resurrection. 36 Yet others got a trial of scoffings and scourgings, yet still, of bonds and of jail. 37 They are stoned, they are sawn, they died in murder of sword. They came about in sheepskins, in goatskins, being deficient, constricted, having evil, 38 ones of whom the world was not worthy, straying on desolate regions, and in mountains, and caves, and the holes of the land. 39 And all these, being testified through the belief, are not requited the promise, 40 the Placer observing before, something better about us, that they may not be consummated apart from us.
Chapter 12
1 Surely in consequence, then, having so much a cloud of testifiers lying here about us, we, placing away every impediment and the popular sin, may through endurance be racing the contest lying before us, 2 seeing away into the Chief Leader and consummator of the belief, Jesus, who in a stead of the joy lying before him, endures a pole of shame, despising it, besides, has been seated in right of the Placer’s throne. 3 For reckon up the one such, that you may not be faltering, fainting in your souls. 4 Not as yet unto blood have you stood, contending toward the sin. 5 And you have been oblivious of the entreaty which is saying to you as to sons, “My son, do not be disdaining discipline of Master, nor be fainting, being exposed by him.” 6 For Master is loving whom he is disciplining. He is yet scourging every son whom he is receiving. 7 It is for discipline you are enduring; the Placer is bringing it toward you as to sons. For what son is there whom a father is not disciplining? 8 Yet if you are apart from discipline, of which all have become partakers, you are consequently bastards and not sons. 9 Indeed, we had the fathers of our flesh as discipliners, and we were thereafter abashed. Yet, shall we not much rather be subjected to the Father of the spirits, and be living? 10 For indeed, the ones, disciplined toward a few days, down the thing as it was seeming to them. Yet the one, does it on the thing being expedient, into, we to be partaking of his holiness. 11 Indeed, yet, every discipline toward the present is seeming to be not of joy, but of sorrow. Yet subsequently, to the ones having been exercised through it, it is rendering peacable fruit of the righteousness. 12 Wherefore make upright the flaccid hands and the paralyzed knees. 13 And be making upright tracks with your feet, that the lame one may be not reverting out, yet healed rather. 14 Be pursuing peace with all, and the holiness, apart from which no one shall be seeing the Master. 15 Be overseeing that no one is being deficient of the Placer’s grace, that no root of bitterness, sprouting up, may be annoying you, and through it, many be defiled, 16 that there be no paramour or profane one as Esau, who rendered his birthrights in a stead of one feeding. 17 For you are also perceiving that afterwards, willing to enjoy an allotment of the blessing, he is rejected. For he found no place of repentance, and even seeking it out with tears. 18 For you have not come toward what is being touched, and burned in fire, and to murkiness, and gloom, and tornado, 19 and to resound of a trumpet, and to a voice of declarations, which the ones hearing refuse, that no word be added to them. 20 For they did not carry out the assignment, “And if a wild beast may be contacting the mountain, it shall be stoned!” 21 And thus, the manifestation was fearful. Moses said, “I am terrified, and in trembling!” 22 But you have come toward Zion mountain, and to celestial Jerusalem, a city of a living Placer, and to ten thousand messengers, 23 to a universal convocation, and a called out company of firstborn ones having been registered in heavens, and to Placer, Judge of all, and to spirits of just ones having been consummated, 24 and to Jesus, mediator of a young covenant, and to a blood of sprinkling, speaking better things than the blood of Abel. 25 Be looking out! You may not be refusing the one speaking. For if those did not escape, refusing the one apprising on land, much rather we, the ones turning away from the one from heavens, 26 whose voice then shakes the land. Yet now, he has promised, saying, “Still once, I shall be quaking not only the land, but also the heaven.” 27 The “still once,” yet, is making evident the transference of the thing being shaken, as having been done that the thing not being shaken may be remaining. 28 Wherefore, getting an ushakable kingdom, we may be having grace, through which we may be offering divine service to the Placer, well-pleasingly with piety and dread. 29 For our Placer is also a consuming fire.
Chapter 13
Let the brotherly fondness be remaining. 2 Do not be forgetting the hospitality. For through this some were lodging messengers, being oblivious of it. 3 Be mindful of the prisoners, as having been bound together with them, of the ones having evil, as being yourselves also in a body. 4 The marriage is to be honorable in all things, and the bed undefiled. For the Placer shall be judging paramours and adulterers. 5 Your manner is to be unfond of silver, being sufficed with the things being present. For he has declared, “By no means may I be slacking, neither may I by any means be abandoning you.” 6 So, we are having courage to be saying, “Master is a helper to me, and I shall not be afraid. What shall a human be doing to me?” 7 Be remembering the ones leading you, who speak to you the Placer’s word, whose belief be imitating, beholding the sequel of their behavior. 8 Jesus Anointed is the same, yesterday, and today, and into the durations. 9 Do not be carried aside in various and strange teachings. For it is ideal to be confirming the heart in grace, not in foods, in which the ones walking were not benefited. 10 We are having an altar out of which the ones offering divine service in the tent are having no authority to be eating. 11 For the animals, whose blood about sin is being carried into the holy places through the chief priest, the bodies of these are being burned outside the camp. 12 Wherefore Jesus also, that he may be making the people holy through his own blood, suffered outside of the gate. 13 In the now, we may be coming out toward him, outside the camp, carrying his reproach. 14 For here we are not having a remaining city, but we are seeking the one about to be. 15 Through him, then, we may be offering continually a sacrifice of praise to the Placer, a fruit of lips, this is, avowing in his name. 16 Yet do not be forgetting the well-doing and participation, for the Placer is being well-pleased with such sacrifices. 17 Be persuaded to the ones leading you, and be deferring to them, for they are being vigilant over your souls, as ones to be rendering a word about you, that they may be doing this with joy and not groaning, for this is disadvantageous to you. 18 Be praying about us, for we are persuaded that we are having an ideal conscience, willing to be behaving ideally in all things. 19 I am more abundantly entreating you to do this, yet, that I may be restored more swiftly to you. 20 The Placer of the peace, yet, the one leading up out of dead ones our Master Jesus, the great Shepherd of the sheep, in blood of a durative covenant, 21 may he be equipping you to do his will effect, doing in us, the thing well-pleasing in his sight, through Jesus Anointed, to whom is the glory, into the durations of the durations. Amen. 22 I am entreating you, yet, brothers, be tolerating the word of the entreaty, for also, I write to you through bits. 23 Be knowing, our brother Timothy has been released, with whom, if he may be coming more swiftly, I shall be seeing you. 24 Greet all the ones leading you, and all the holy ones. The ones from the Italy are greeting you. 25 The grace is with all of you.
 

 

 

 

 

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