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Hebrews 7.4
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1 This Melchizedek was king of the city of Salem and also a priest of God Most High. When Abraham was returning home after winning a great battle against many kings, Melchizedek met him and blessed him.
Genèse 14.18-14.20, Marc 5.7, Psaumes 76.2, Genèse 16.14-16.16, Psaumes 57.2, Psaumes 78.56, Hébreux 6.20, Daniel 5.21, Esaïe 41.2-41.3, Psaumes 78.35, Actes 16.17, Michée 6.6, Daniel 5.18, Daniel 4.2,
2 Then Abraham took a tenth of all he had won in the battle and gave it to Melchizedek. His name means "king of justice." He is also "king of peace" because [Salem means "peace."
Psaumes 45.4-45.7, 1 Samuel 8.15, 2 Samuel 23.3, Psaumes 72.7, 1 Samuel 8.17, 1 Chroniques 22.9, Nombres 18.21, Genèse 28.22, Psaumes 85.10-85.11, 2 Samuel 8.15, 1 Rois 4.24-4.25, Psaumes 72.1-72.3, Lévitique 27.32, Jérémie 33.15-33.16, Romains 5.1-5.2, Jérémie 23.5-23.6, Ephésiens 2.14-2.18, Esaïe 45.22-45.25, Esaïe 32.1-32.2, Michée 5.5, Romains 3.26, Esaïe 9.6-9.7, Luc 2.14,
3 There is no record of his father or mother or any of his ancestors— no beginning or end to his life. He remains a priest forever, resembling the Son of God.
Hébreux 7.23-7.28, Hébreux 7.6, Exode 6.18, 1 Chroniques 6.1-6.3, Hébreux 7.17, Exode 6.20-6.27, Matthieu 4.3,
4 Consider then how great this Melchizedek was. Even Abraham, the great patriarch of Israel, recognized how great Melchizedek was by giving him a tenth of what he had taken in battle.
Actes 2.29, Genèse 14.20, Actes 7.8-7.9, Jacques 2.23, Galates 3.28-3.29, Genèse 12.2, Romains 4.11-4.13, Romains 4.17-4.18, Genèse 17.5-17.6,
5 Now the priests, who are descendants of Levi, are commanded in the law of Moses to collect a tithe from all the people, even though they are their own relatives.
Genèse 46.26, Hébreux 5.4, Lévitique 27.30-27.33, Hébreux 7.10, Exode 1.5, Néhémie 13.10, Nombres 18.7, Nombres 18.21-18.32, Exode 28.1, Nombres 17.3-17.10, 2 Chroniques 31.4-31.6, 1 Rois 8.19, Nombres 16.10-16.11, Genèse 35.11,
6 But Melchizedek, who was not even related to Levi, collected a tenth from Abraham. And Melchizedek placed a blessing upon Abraham, the one who had already received the promises of God.
Romains 4.13, Hébreux 7.3-7.4, Genèse 14.19-14.20, Romains 9.4, Galates 3.16, Genèse 12.2, Actes 3.25, Hébreux 7.1, Genèse 22.17-22.18, Genèse 13.14-13.17, Genèse 12.13, Hébreux 6.13-6.15, Hébreux 11.17, Hébreux 11.13, Genèse 17.4-17.8,
7 And without question, the person who has the power to bless is always greater than the person who is blessed.
Luc 24.50-24.51, 2 Samuel 6.20, Nombres 6.23-6.27, 2 Chroniques 30.27, 1 Rois 8.55, Genèse 48.15-48.20, Genèse 27.20-27.40, Genèse 49.28, Genèse 47.7-47.10, Deutéronome 32.1, Hébreux 11.20-11.21, 1 Timothée 3.16, Genèse 28.1-28.4, 2 Corinthiens 13.14,
8 In the case of Jewish priests, tithes are paid to men who will die. But Melchizedek is greater than they are, because we are told that he lives on.
Hébreux 6.20, Hébreux 5.6, Apocalypse 1.18, Hébreux 3.16, Jean 14.19, Hébreux 9.27, Hébreux 7.23, Hébreux 9.24-9.25, Jean 14.6, Jean 11.25-11.26,
9 In addition, we might even say that Levi's descendants, the ones who collect the tithe, paid a tithe to Melchizedek through their ancestor Abraham.
Romains 5.12, Genèse 14.20, Hébreux 7.4,
10 For although Levi wasn't born yet, the seed from which he came was in Abraham's loins when Melchizedek collected the tithe from him.
1 Rois 8.19, Genèse 35.11, Hébreux 7.5, Genèse 46.26,
11 And finally, if the priesthood of Levi could have achieved God's purposes— and it was that priesthood on which the law was based— why did God need to send a different priest from the line of Melchizedek, instead of from the line of Levi and Aaron?
Hébreux 8.7, Hébreux 7.17-7.19, Hébreux 5.6, Galates 2.21, Galates 4.3, Hébreux 6.20, Hébreux 10.1-10.4, Hébreux 8.10-8.13, Hébreux 7.21, Hébreux 7.15, Galates 4.9, Hébreux 5.10, Colossiens 2.10-2.17,
12 And when the priesthood is changed, the law must also be changed to permit it.
Ezéchiel 16.61, Jérémie 31.31-31.34, Esaïe 66.21, Actes 6.13-6.14,
13 For the one we are talking about belongs to a different tribe, whose members do not serve at the altar.
Hébreux 7.14, 2 Chroniques 26.16-26.21, Nombres 16.40, Nombres 17.5, Hébreux 7.11,
14 What I mean is, our Lord came from the tribe of Judah, and Moses never mentioned Judah in connection with the priesthood.
Esaïe 11.1, Michée 5.2, Luc 3.33, Apocalypse 5.5, Romains 1.3, Genèse 49.10, Apocalypse 22.16, Luc 2.23-2.33, Ephésiens 1.3, Genèse 46.12, Philippiens 3.8, Ruth 4.18-4.22, Nombres 24.17, Jean 20.13, Jean 20.28, Luc 1.43, Matthieu 1.3-1.16, Romains 2.3, Jérémie 23.5-23.6,
15 The change in God's law is even more evident from the fact that a different priest, who is like Melchizedek, has now come.
Psaumes 110.4, Hébreux 7.3, Hébreux 7.17-7.21, Hébreux 7.11,
16 He became a priest, not by meeting the old requirement of belonging to the tribe of Levi, but by the power of a life that cannot be destroyed.
Apocalypse 1.18, Colossiens 2.14, Hébreux 7.28, Galates 4.9, Hébreux 7.17, Galates 4.3, Hébreux 9.9-9.10, Hébreux 7.3, Hébreux 10.1, Hébreux 7.21, Hébreux 7.24-7.25, Colossiens 2.20,
17 And the psalmist pointed this out when he said of Christ, "You are a priest forever in the line of Melchizedek."
Hébreux 5.6, Psaumes 110.4, Hébreux 6.20, Hébreux 7.21, Hébreux 5.10, Hébreux 7.15,
18 Yes, the old requirement about the priesthood was set aside because it was weak and useless.
Romains 8.3, Hébreux 10.1-10.9, Hébreux 8.7-8.13, Hébreux 7.11-7.12, Actes 13.39, Hébreux 7.19, Galates 4.9, Hébreux 13.9, 1 Timothée 4.8, Galates 4.21, Hébreux 9.9-9.10, Galates 3.17, Romains 3.31, Galates 3.15,
19 For the law made nothing perfect, and now a better hope has taken its place. And that is how we draw near to God.
Hébreux 4.16, Hébreux 9.9, Actes 13.39, Romains 8.3, Hébreux 10.1, Galates 2.16, Hébreux 6.18, Psaumes 73.28, Hébreux 11.40, Jean 1.17, Jean 14.6, Romains 5.2, Hébreux 10.19-10.22, Romains 3.20-3.21, Hébreux 8.6, Hébreux 7.11, 1 Timothée 1.1, Colossiens 1.27, Hébreux 7.25, Galates 3.24, Ephésiens 3.12, Ephésiens 2.13-2.18,
20 God took an oath that Christ would always be a priest, but he never did this for any other priest.
21 Only to Jesus did he say, "The Lord has taken an oath and will not break his vow: 'You are a priest forever.' "
Psaumes 110.4, Hébreux 7.17, 1 Samuel 15.29, Hébreux 6.16-6.18,
22 Because of God's oath, it is Jesus who guarantees the effectiveness of this better covenant.
Proverbes 20.16, Genèse 43.9, Marc 14.24, 1 Corinthiens 11.25, Proverbes 6.1, Matthieu 26.28, Hébreux 8.6-8.12, Luc 22.20, Genèse 44.32, Hébreux 12.24, Hébreux 9.15-9.23, Hébreux 13.20, Daniel 9.27,
23 Another difference is that there were many priests under the old system. When one priest died, another had to take his place.
Hébreux 7.8, Néhémie 12.10-12.11, 1 Chroniques 6.3-6.14,
24 But Jesus remains a priest forever; his priesthood will never end.
Hébreux 7.28, Jean 12.34, Apocalypse 1.18, Romains 6.9, 1 Samuel 2.35, Esaïe 9.6-9.7, Hébreux 13.8, Hébreux 7.8-7.25,
25 Therefore he is able, once and forever, to save everyone who comes to God through him. He lives forever to plead with God on their behalf.
Romains 8.34, 1 Jean 2.1-2.2, Jean 14.6, Romains 5.2, 1 Timothée 2.5, Hébreux 7.19, Ephésiens 3.12, Ephésiens 2.18, Jean 14.13, Esaïe 53.12, Hébreux 13.15, Jude 1.24, Hébreux 2.18, Hébreux 9.24, Hébreux 5.7, Jean 14.16, Jérémie 3.22, 2 Timothée 1.12, Hébreux 7.16, Jean 17.9-17.26, Apocalypse 8.3-8.4, Esaïe 63.1, Daniel 6.20, Job 23.3, Jean 5.37-5.40, Daniel 3.17, Hébreux 11.6, Esaïe 59.16, Ephésiens 3.20, Jean 16.23-16.24, Esaïe 45.22, Daniel 3.15, Hébreux 7.24, Jean 10.29-10.30, Philippiens 3.21, Esaïe 45.24, Daniel 9.16, Daniel 3.29, Psaumes 68.31-68.32, Job 22.17, Hébreux 7.8,
26 He is the kind of high priest we need because he is holy and blameless, unstained by sin. He has now been set apart from sinners, and he has been given the highest place of honor in heaven.
Hébreux 8.1, Hébreux 4.14-4.15, 2 Corinthiens 5.21, 1 Jean 3.5, 1 Pierre 2.22, Jean 14.30, 1 Pierre 1.19, Jean 8.29, Hébreux 10.11-10.22, Philippiens 2.9-2.11, Hébreux 12.2, Hébreux 2.10, Actes 4.27, Hébreux 1.3, Hébreux 9.14, Esaïe 53.9, Ephésiens 1.20-1.22, Marc 16.19, Ephésiens 4.8-4.10, Luc 23.22, Hébreux 9.23-9.26, Matthieu 27.18, Luc 23.47, 1 Pierre 3.22, Actes 3.14, Luc 24.26, Exode 28.36, Luc 23.41, Psaumes 68.18, 1 Jean 2.2, Luc 24.46, Luc 1.35, Hébreux 7.11, Apocalypse 1.17-1.18, Apocalypse 3.7,
27 He does not need to offer sacrifices every day like the other high priests. They did this for their own sins first and then for the sins of the people. But Jesus did this once for all when he sacrificed himself on the cross.
Hébreux 9.28, Hébreux 9.12, Hébreux 9.14, Hébreux 5.3, Romains 6.10, Hébreux 9.25, Hébreux 5.1, Esaïe 53.10-53.12, Hébreux 10.6-10.12, Lévitique 16.11, Tite 2.14, Lévitique 9.7-9.24, Lévitique 4.3-4.35, Lévitique 16.15, Ephésiens 2.22, Hébreux 9.7, Lévitique 16.6, Ephésiens 5.2, Exode 29.36-29.42, Nombres 28.2-28.10,
28 Those who were high priests under the law of Moses were limited by human weakness. But after the law was given, God appointed his Son with an oath, and his Son has been made perfect forever.
Hébreux 2.10, Hébreux 7.21, Hébreux 1.2, Hébreux 5.1-5.2, Psaumes 110.4, Hébreux 7.24, Hébreux 7.3, Hébreux 3.6, Luc 13.32, Hébreux 5.5, Hébreux 4.14, Lévitique 4.3, Hébreux 5.8-5.9, Jean 19.30, Exode 32.21-32.22,

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