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10. In our search after truth, our minds are greatly to be influen-
1. Believers under the New Testament have lost nothing ; no pri.
5. Believers may, and do, find assured rest in a due attendance un-
2. That as the utmost of our Labours and endeavours are requir-
the bearing and discharge of the office of a high priest on our
behalf, is a great ground of consolation unto believers, a mani.
fest evidence that he is and will be tender and compassionate
2. It was the entrance of sin that made the office of the priesthood
3. It was of infinite grace that such an appointment was made, ib.
4. The priest is described by the especial discharge of his duty, or
exercise of his office : which is his offering both gifts and sacri.
fices for sin,
5. Where there is no proper propitiatory sacrifice, there is no pro-
6. Jesus Christ alone is the high Priest of his people,
7. It was a grcat privilege which the church enjoyed of old, in
the representation which it had by God's appointment of the
priesthood and sacrifice of Christ, in their own typical priests
Much more glorious is our privilege under the gospel, since our
crifices for themselves and for their own sins,