Hebreus 9

1 Had indeed then both the first ordinances of service, the, and holy furnitures.

2 A tabernacle for was prepared the first, in which indeed both a lamp stand and the table and the setting forth of the loaves, which is named holies;

3 behind but the second vail a tabernacle, that being named holies of holies;

4 a golden having censer, and the ark of the covenant having been covered on all sides with gold, in which a pot golden having the manna, and the rod of Aaron that having budded, and the tablets of the covenant;

5 above but her cherubim of glory overshadowing the mercy–seat; concerning which things not it is now to speak in part.

6 Of these now thus having been prepared, into indeed the first tabernacle always goes in the priests, the services performing;

7 into but the second once of the year alone the high–priest, not without blood, which he offers on behalf of himself and for the of the people ignorances;

8 this showing of the spirit of the holy, not yet to have been manifested the of the holies way, while of the first tabernacle having a standing;

9 which a parable for the season that having been present, according to which gifts both and sacrifices are offered not being able according to conscience to perfect the one serving,

10 only as to foods and drinks, and various dippings, righteousness, of flesh, till a season of correction is being imposed.

11 Anointed but being come, a high–priest of the future good things, by means of the greater and more perfect tabernacle, not made by hand, (that is, not of this the creation,)

12 not indeed by means of blood of goats and young bullocks, by means of but of the own blood entered once for all into the holies, age–lasting redemption having found.

13 If for the blood of bulls and of goats, and ashes of a heifer sprinkling the polluted ones, cleanses for the of the flesh purification;

14 how much more the blood of the Anointed one, who by means of a spirit age–lasting himself offered spotless to the God, shall cleanse the conscience of you from of death works, for the to serve God living.

15 And on account of this of a covenant new a mediator he is, so that of a death having taken place, for a redemption of the under the first covenant transgressions, the promise might receive those having been called of the age–lasting inheritance.

16 Where for a covenant, death necessary to be produced of that having been appointed;

17 a covenant for over dead ones firm, since never it is strong when lives that having been appointed.

18 Hence not even the first without blood has been dedicated.

19 Having spoken for every commandment according to law by Moses to all the people, having taken the blood of the young bullocks and of goats with water and wool scarlet and hyssop, itself both the book and all the people he sprinkled,

20 saying: This the blood of the covenant, which enjoined on you the God;

21 also the tabernacle and and all the vessels of the public service with the blood in like manner he sprinkled.

22 And almost by blood all things are cleansed according to the law, and without blood–shedding not takes place forgiveness.

23 A necessity then the indeed copies of those in the heavens, by these to be cleansed; themselves but the things heavenly with better sacrifices than these.

24 Not for into made by hands holies entered the Anointed, representations of the true ones, but into itself the heaven, now to appear in the presence of the God on behalf of us.

25 Not indeed, that often he should offer himself, even as the high–priest goes into the holies every year with blood other;

26 (since it was necessary him often to have suffered from a laying down of a world;) now but once for all at an end of the ages, for a removal of sin by means of the sacrifice of himself he has been manifested.

27 And as it awaits the men once to die, after but this a judgment;

28 so also the Anointed once for all having been offered for the of many to carry away sins, a second time without sins will be seen, by those him expecting for salvation.