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Christ, Our Priest. One Lord, many roles. “ Right hand of Majesty ” – King. “ Spoken to us ” – Prophet. “ Purged our sins ” – Priest. Priest : one who can offer sacrifices that God will accept. Hb.1:1-3 Hb.2:17, merciful, faithful High Priest. I. Christ, Our Priest.

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one lord many roles
One Lord, many roles

“Right hand of Majesty” – King

“Spoken to us” – Prophet

“Purged our sins” – Priest

Priest: one who can offer sacrifices that God will accept

Hb.1:1-3

Hb.2:17, merciful, faithful High Priest

do we need a priest
Do we need a Priest?

Sin separates from God, Gn.3; Is.59

Man needs a way back

OT sacrifices could restore God’s favor

♦Animal blood: provisionalforgiveness, not actual

OT priesthood points to Christ

blood sacrifices
Blood sacrifices

*Gn.4, first recorded blood sacrifice. Hb.11:4

*Ex.12,passover lamb

*Lv.1:10, male w/o blemish, kill (11)

*Is.53:7, sacrificial Lamb

type antitype
Type-Antitype

OT Priests

Christ

Not unclean, Lv.21:9…

Holy, Hb.7:26

Consecrated, Ex.29:4…

Mt.3; Hb.9:26

Atonement, Lv.16

Only one, Hb.9:7-14

Tabernacle, Hb.9:6-7

Church, Hb.10:21

Judge, Ps.82:6

Authority, Mt.28:18

Successors, Hb.7:23

Lives, Hb.7:24, 28

the branch
The Branch

Priest on throne

If perfection came by Levitical priesthood, why need another priest afterMelchizedek?

*Zec.6:13

*Ps.110:4

  • Hb.7:…11, 15
jesus could not be priest on earth
Jesus could not be priest on earth

So what?

*Hb.7:12-14; 8:4

*Great High Priest (Hb.4:14) over house of God (10:21)

1. Tempted, w/o sin, Hb.4:15

2. Mercy, Hb.4:15-16

3. Advocate, 1 Jn.2:1-2

1 jesus was tempted w o sin hb 4 15
1. Jesus was tempted w/o sin (Hb.4:15)
  • Being tempted, He sympathizes
  • Being sinless, He pleads

*Sympathetic

  • Only He who resists temptation to the end knows its full weight
1 jesus was tempted w o sin hb 4 15 2 mercy hb 4 15 16
1. Jesus was tempted w/o sin (Hb.4:15)2. Mercy (Hb.4:15-16)

*Mercy when we need it most

  • Forgiveness of sins
  • Pity for wretched
  • Undeserved favor
1 jesus was tempted w o sin hb 4 15 2 mercy hb 4 15 16 3 advocate 1 jn 2 1 2
1. Jesus was tempted w/o sin (Hb.4:15)2. Mercy (Hb.4:15-16)3. Advocate, 1 Jn.2:1-2

*Intercession: petitioning God (praying) on behalf of another

  • Moses for Israel, Nu.14:11-19
  • God knew everything Moses told Him
  • God must be asked. Mt.6:8; 7:7-11
  • God loves; wants to forgive. Ps.86:5
1 jesus was tempted w o sin hb 4 15 2 mercy hb 4 15 16 3 advocate 1 jn 2 1 21
1. Jesus was tempted w/o sin (Hb.4:15)2. Mercy (Hb.4:15-16)3. Advocate, 1 Jn.2:1-2

Satan prays (asks) for Peter

Peter casts deciding vote (Lk.23:34)

Jesus inter-cedes (asks) for Peter

*One who appears in another’s behalf, mediator, intercessor, helper (Hb.7:25; 9:24)

Lk.22:31-34

jesus sat down in heaven hb 8 1
Jesus sat down in heaven, Hb.8:1

8:2 – minister . . . truetabernacle

1Hb.8:5, heavenly

2Hb.9:11, good things ‘that have come’

3Hb.9:14, blood that purges…

●Not rest, 10:12 . . .

→power (8:1)

→petition(7:25)

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I. Christ, Our Priest

II. Christ Sacrifices Himself

self sacrifice
Self-sacrifice

Phinehas

Num.25

Cap. punishment

Num.35

  • Mk.10:45, substitution (Gn.22:13)
    • His suffering for ours
  • Jn.1:29, Lamb ‘of God’ –
    • Priest is also sacrifice (sin-offering)
  • Ro.3:25-26, propitiation – a means of expiation (satisfaction)
sin justice demands satisfaction
Sin (justice) demands satisfaction

Lv.16:21-22

Is.53:5-6

He gave Jesus as propitiationto satisfy justice.

Ro.3:25; Jn.1:29; 3:16; Hb.2:10

Christ’s death: propitiatory sacrifice

First effect: satisfies holiness/wrath

Sacrifice not necessary because God is disinclined to love sinners

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I. Christ, Our Priest

II. ChristSacrifices Himself

III. Is Christ Your Priest?

satan god jesus
Satan, God, Jesus

Satan accuses

Jesus died, was raised,nowadvocates /intercedes

Godjustifies

Ro.8:33

Rv.1:5-6 1 Pt.2:9

conclusion
Conclusion

1. Jesus, King: all powerful to save

  • Power alone not enough

2. Jesus, Priest: sacrificed to save

  • Unjust to forgive w/o satisfying law
  • Requires sacrifice