Hebreus 4

1 Let us fear, therefore, lest, while there is a confirmed promise of an entrance into his rest, any one shall be found among you remaining from entering in.

2 For we have been evangelized as well as they: but the word which they heard did not profit them, because not contempered with faith in them who heard it.

3 But we enter into the rest, we (being of) those (who) have believed. But as He hath said, So I sware in my wrath, that they should not enter into my rest: for, behold, the works of Aloha from the beginning of the world were.

4 As he said concerning the shabath, God rested on the seventh day from all his works.

5 Yet here again he saith, They shall not enter into my rest.

6 Therefore, because there was a place into which every one of them might have entered, and they who had it announced first did not enter in, forasmuch as they would not be persuaded;

7 ---moreover, (as) another day he appointeth, after much time; as above it is written, that David hath said, To-day if his voice ye will hear, harden not your hearts;

8 ---but if Jeshu-bar-Nun had established them in rest, he not have spoken afterwards of another day:

9 ---Therefore, yet to enjoy a shabathism is confirmed to the people of Aloha.

10 For he who is entered into his rest hath also reposed himself from his works, as Aloha (did) from his.

11 Let us, therefore, anxiously endeavour to enter into that rest, that we fall not after the manner of those who were not persuaded.

12 For living is the Word of Aloha, and all-acting, and more penetrating than a two-edged sword, and entereth to the separation of the soul and the spirit, and of the joints, and of the marrow, and the bones, and discerneth the reasonings and counsel of the heart.

13 Neither is there any creature that is concealed from before him; but every thing (is) naked and manifest before his eyes, to whom they shall give account .

14 Therefore having such a great High Priest, Jeshu Meshiha, the Son of Aloha, who hath ascended to heaven, let us persevere in the confession of him.

15 For we have not an high priest who cannot suffer along with our infirmity, but (one) who, tempted in every thing as we, (was) separate from sin.

16 Let us therefore approach with confidence to the throne of his grace, that we may receive mercy, and find grace for help in the time of affliction.