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An Anchor of Hope Across a Millennia of Time

Updated: Jun 18


So much is summed up in this Biblical Bridge known as the Book of Hebrews. When one considers the full context of this book, with its reference to Melchisedec's intersection with Abraham, as recorded earlier by Moses in the Book of Genesis, the book is pivotal as it requires the reader to consider the mystery of our Christian faith.


Abram, the father of the faith had left the security of his homeland, a journey every believer will face. Long before Antioch and the origin of the term Christian, the ground work was being layed for a prophetic intersection with another Priest of unknown origin, and a "new order" unknown even to Moses, at least until the Mount of Transfiguration.


Given the writer's obvious knowledge of Judaism and the Mosaic Law and his understanding of the temple preisthood, he shines a light on the old, not to discredit, but to reveal the mystery long foretold of a new order now fulfilled by a Better High Priest, an heavenly One, himself once and for all having fulfilled the sacrifice that Abraham had attempted with his only son, Isaac.


The gospel writer's unknowingly laid the ground work for this book, by recording that Moses's symbolic veil of seperation from the Holy of Holies had been torn on the day of Christ's crucifixion.


That veil of separation now torn, affirmed a "Better Priesthood," one that affords everyone access into a new "rest" and a freedom from any fear of condemnation.


What Moses had attempted to explain as being lost in his What Moses had attempted to explain as being lost in his garden story, and then restored by the I Am of Abraham's burning bush, has since been captured for millennia by various religious archetypes, which this writer of Hebrews declares as now fully and eternally accomplished!


We are now again, as was the Christ, one with the Father!


"which hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and stedfast, and which entereth into that within the veil; whither the forerunner is for us entered, even Jesus, made an high priest for ever after the order of Melchisedec."

Heb.6.19-20.KJV


"And it is yet far more evident: for that after the similitude of Melchisedec there ariseth another priest, who is made, not after the law of a carnal commandment, but after the power of an endless life." Heb. 7.15-16 KJV‬

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