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* The Law had a Flaw! * Law wasn’t bad, but it was useless because all it can do is point out sin. The Law cannot fix people. * Law used priests, that.

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2 * The Law had a Flaw! * Law wasn’t bad, but it was useless because all it can do is point out sin. The Law cannot fix people. * Law used priests, that were flawed, to make sacrifices that, ultimately, couldn’t save. * Law did not allow for any priest that was NOT descended from Aaron. Summary of Hebrews Chap 7

3 * Melchizedek is the Man! * He’s a foreshadow of Jesus – an example of God inserting Himself into human affairs. * He’s a man who is BOTH a Priest and a King – just like Jesus. * He’s from a priestly order that does not depend on genealogy – just like Jesus. * He was chosen by God – just like Jesus. * He was greater than Abraham & Aaron – so he was outside of the law. Summary of Hebrews Chap 7

4 Summary of Hebrews Chapters 8-9 Presented by: John Hanes

5 * Greek word: “hupodeigma” * means “copy,” “model,” “sketch-plan,” or “diorama” * Greek word: “skia” * means “shadow,” “reflection,” or “silhouette” Commentary on Hebrews 8:5

6 Exodus 25:9 “Make this tabernacle and all its furnishings exactly like the pattern I will show you.” Numbers 8:4 “The lampstand was made exactly like the pattern the Lord had shown Moses.”. Commentary on Hebrews 8:5

7 Model of The Jewish Tabernacle

8 Full Scale Replica of The Jewish Tabernacle

9 Model of Solomon’sTemple

10 Model of Herod’s Temple

11 Matthew 5:17 “Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them.” Commentary on Hebrews 8:5

12 Roman Emperor #8: Nero AD Christian Persecutions AD 64 - fire

13 Roman Emperor #9: Vespasian AD Subdued revolt in Judaea Roman Emperor #10: Titus AD Son of Vespasian Destroyed Jerusalem AD 70

14 The Roman Empire at the time of Hebrews ca. AD 68

15 By calling this covenant “new,” he has made the first one obsolete; and what is obsolete and aging will soon disappear. Hebrews 8:13

16 Colloseum in Rome

17 Judaea Capta Coin sample

18 Video of Jerusalem being Sacked

19 Model of The Jewish Tabernacle

20 Brazen Altar in Courtyard of Tabernacle

21 Brazen Laver in Courtyard of Tabernacle Brazen Sea in Temple of Solomon

22 Model of Holy Place & Most Holy Place

23 Old Covenant (Shadow)New Covenant (Reality) TabernacleHeaven AltarJesus’ Sacrifice LaverBaptism BreadJesus’ Body MenorahHoly Spirit (see Zec 4:2-6) Altar of IncensePrayer (Rev 5:8) CurtainSeparation from God (by sin) Atonement Cover (Mercy Seat)God’s Grace CherubimHeavenly Host Commentary on Hebrews 9:1-5

24 Table with consecrated bread

25 Menorah Lampstand

26 Altar of Incense

27 Temple Curtain

28 Ark with atonement cover (a/k/a mercy seat)

29 Contents of the Ark of the Covenant

30 Old CovenantNew Covenant Based on Obedience to physically defined Rules Based on Obedience to Spiritual Principles Physical Uncleanness (e.g., Leprosy) Spiritual Uncleanness (Sin) Physical Blessings (God promises land and children) Spiritual Blessings (God promises eternal life) Sacrifice repeatedly for forgivenessSacrifice once for all for forgiveness Sealed with blood of bulls & goatsSealed with blood of Jesus Mediated by human High Priest who has to be replaced Mediated by Jesus THE High Priest who lives forever Commentary on Hebrews 9:9-10

31 Old CovenantNew Covenant Tithing to support priests requiredWe are the priests – no tithing to ourselves is needed Jesus is the High Priest – In Mt 25 He says we give to Him when we use our time & resources to meet the needs of the needy Grain Offering given voluntarily and not under compulsion Contribution given voluntarily and not under compulsion SabbathTrue Sabbath Rest from Jesus CircumcisionBaptism DeathLife Commentary on Hebrews 9:9-10

32 The Red Heifer Sacrifice The Sacrifice of Jesus A very rare red heifer A unique son Sacrificed outside the camp (on the Mount of Olives) Sacrificed outside the camp (on the Mount of Olives) To purify both Jews and Gentiles A sacrifice without blemish (not even one black hair!) A sacrifice without blemish Never been yoked (voluntary, not sinned) A voluntary sacrifice, without sin Scarlet wool and wood Blood on wood Hyssop (purification from infection) Purifies from the infection of sin Combines ashes from sacrifice with water for purification. Combine the blood of Jesus with baptism for purification

33 The lesser sacrifice (bulls, goats, ashes of heifer) The better sacrifice (Jesus) Outward (appearance)Inward (spiritual) Temporary (repeated many times) Eternal (only done once) CeremonialReal Not voluntaryVoluntary MechanicalSpontaneous UnawareRational, aware

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