Hebreus 6

1 Therefore leaving the of the beginning of the Anointed word, towards the perfection we should progress; not again a foundation laying down for reformation from dead works, and of faith in God,

2 of dippings teaching, of laying on and of hands, of a resurrection and of dead ones, and of a judgment age–lasting.

3 And this we will do, if may permit the God.

4 Impossible for, those once having been enlightened, having tasted and of the gift of the heavenly, and partakers having become of spirit holy,

5 and good having tasted of God word, powers and about coming of an age,

6 and having fallen away, again to renew for reformation, having crucified again for themselves the son of the God and exposing to shame.

7 Earth for that having drunk the on her often coming rain, and producing herbage useful to them, for whom also it is tilled, receives a blessing from the God;

8 producing but thorns and thistles, rejected and a curse near, of which the end for burning.

9 Having been persuaded but concerning you, beloved ones, the things better and being possessed of salvation, through even thus we speak.

10 Not for unjust the God, to be forgetful of the work of you and of the love, which you manifested for the name of him, having ministered to the holy ones and are ministering.

11 We desire but, each of you the same to show diligence for the full assurance of the hope till an end;

12 so that not sluggish ones you may become, imitators but of those through faith and long endurance are inheriting the promises.

13 To the for Abraham having promised the God, since by no one he had greater to swear, he swore by himself,

14 saying: Surely blessing I will bless thee, and multiplying I will multiply thee.

15 And so having waited long he obtained the promise.

16 Men indeed for by the greater swear, and all to them contradiction and end for confirmation the oath.

17 In which more abundantly wishing the God to show to the heirs of the promise the unchangeableness of the purpose of himself, interposed with an oath,

18 so that by two transactions unalterable, in which impossible to deceive God, strong consolation we might have those having fled away to lay hold of the being placed before hope;

19 which as an anchor we have of the life sure both and firm, and entering into the within the vail,

20 where a forerunner on behalf of us entered Jesus, according to the order of Melchizedek a high–priest having become for the age.