Hebreus 3

1 Whence, brethren holy, of a calling heavenly partakers do you attentively regard the apostle and high–priest of the profession of us, Jesus;

2 faithful being to the one having appointed him, as even Moses in (whole) the house of him.

3 Of more for this glory than Moses has been esteemed worthy, so fare as more honor he has of the house the one having built itself.

4 (Every for house is built by some one; he but the things all having built, God.)

5 And Moses indeed faithful in whole to the house of him, as a servant, for a testimony of the things going to be spoken;

6 Anointed but, as a son over the house of him; of whom a house are we, if indeed the confidence and the boasting of the hope till end firm we should hold fast.

7 Therefore, as says the spirit the holy: To–day, if the voice of him you will hear,

8 not you should harden the hearts of you, as in the bitter provocation, in the day of the temptation in the desert,

9 not tempted me the fathers of you, proved me, and saw the works of me, forty years;

10 therefore I was provoked with the generation that, and said: Always they wander in the heart; they but not they acknowledged the ways me;

11 so I swore in the wrath of me: If they shall enter into the rest of me.

12 Take you heed, brethren, lest ever shall be in any one of you a heart evil of unbelief, in the to fall away from God living;

13 but do you exhort yourselves in each day, till of which the to–day it is called, so that not may be hardened from of you any one by a delusion of the sin.

14 Partakers for of the Anointed we have become, if perhaps the beginning of the confidence till an end firm we would hold fast.

15 In respect to the to be said: To–day, if the voice of him you may hear; not harden you the hearts of you, as in the bitter provocation.

16 Some for having heard did provoke? but not all those having come out from Egypt by means of Moses?

17 With whom but was he vexed forty years? not with those having sinned? of whom the members fell in the desert.

18 To whom but did he swear not to enter into the rest of himself, if not to those having disbelieved?

19 And we see, that not they were able to enter because of unbelief.