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It was not without an oath that Christ became priest; rather it was with an oath. This is proved by a chief passage on the subject, Psalm 110:4. " Earlier the Hebrews author dealt with the forever in this psalm; here he is concerned with the sware. 36 Our Man In Heaven Edward Fudge To say that God will not repent does not speak of repentance of sin, for by nature God can not sin. Repent here is not the word normally translated that way (which itself has the basic meaning "to change the mind," see 12:17), but stands for a word which emphasizes the thought of concern or care.
The new covenant was promised through Jeremiah 600 years before Christ, but Jesus used the expression in instituting the Lord's Supper (Luke 22:20) and Paul repeated it in the same connection (I Corinthians 11:25). Paul also used the phrase in a ministry context (II Corinthians 3:6). Outside this chapter of Hebrews, the term appears only at 9:15 except for these passages. New here signifies "fresh," not simply new in teens of time. Hebrews 12:24 uses a different word to call this covenant "new" in time as well.
Our writer gives no specific number but notes simply that they all died! 7:24. In contrast to this, Jesus has an unchangeable priesthood because He continueth forever. He will never die. He will never need a successor. His priesthood is authenticated by God's oath. In short, His is an unerring and immovable priesthood and priestly service. it is perfect in every sense of the word. 7:25. Wherefore, because of all these considerations, Christ is able to save to the uttermost. This may be taken either with regard to time (He saves forever), or extent (He saves completely), or both.