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Was Jesus elected to the position of our high priest and the Messiah?

Before Jesus, the High Priest had to offer up sacrifices to blot out the continuous nature of our missing God’s goal (sin). He also had to do this for himself since he missed God’s goal as well. 156 more words

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Why Beauty Can Mature and Increase Your Faith

My mother was a great cook, but of course when I was a child I didn’t always appreciate the food she served.

I remember one meal in particular when I was about 8 years old. 1,083 more words

Christian Living

Epistle for October 18, 2015


Hebrews 5:1-10



Here, the writer of Hebrews does two things at the same time.  On the one hand, he draws a comparison between the mortals who are called to be high priests,  and the high priesthood of Jesus.  1,015 more words


21st Sunday After Pentecost, October 18, 2015

Twenty-first Sunday after Pentecost (Year B)

Scripture Readings*: Job 38:1-7, (34-41); Psalm 104:1-9, 25, 37b; Hebrews 5:1-10; Mark 10:35-45


Job 38:1-7, (34-41)

“Where were you when I made the earth?” God declared that Job had spoken “ignorant words.” He then began a series of rhetorical questions to show Job how little he knew about the world. 477 more words


Proper 24/Ordinary 29 2015 - Hebrews 5:1-3

Thursday, October 15, 2015 

Hebrews 5:1-3 – Every high priest selected to represent men and women before God and offer sacrifices for their sins should be able to deal gently with their failings, since he knows what it’s like from his own experience. 85 more words

Daily Thought And Prayer

" Jesus became the source of eternal salvation to all who believingly obey him." ~Author of Hebews

Our mission is to obey King Jesus, the Messiah. This leads to our rescue which delivers us out of destruction and into His safety (known as salvation). 188 more words

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