Hebrews 7

  1. Who was priest of God most high?
    Melchizedek (7:1)
  2. What means "king of peace?"
    "King of Salem" (7:2)
  3. What was Melchizedek without?
    Father or mother, genealogy, beginning of days or end of life? (7:3)
  4. Who was the patriarch?
    Abraham (7:4)
  5. Whom does the law require to collect a tenth from the people?
    The descendants of Levi who have become priests. (7:5)
  6. Who had the promises?
    Abraham (7:6)
  7. By whom is the lesser person blessed?
    The greater (7:7)
  8. By whom is the tenth collected in the other case?
    By him who is declared to be living. (7:8)
  9. Through whom might one even say Levi paid the tenth?
    Abraham (7:9)
  10. Who was still in the body of his ancestor when Melchizedek met Abraham?
    Levi (7:10)
  11. What if perfection could have been attained through the Levitical priesthood?
    Why was there still need for another priest to come-one in the order of Melcizedek, not in the order of Aaron? (7:11)
  12. What must there be when there is a change of priesthood?
    A change of the law. (7:12)
  13. Where has no one from that tribe ever served?
    At the altar. (7:13)
  14. Who has ever served at the altar?
    No one from that tribe. (7:13)
  15. What did Moses say about priests in regard to that tribe?
    Nothing (7:14)
  16. Who said nothing about priests in regard to that tribe?
    Moses (7:14)
  17. When is what we have said even more clear?
    If another priest like Melchizedek appears. (7:15)
  18. On what basis has another priest like Melchizedek not become a priest?
    The basis of a regulation as to his ancestry. (7:16)
  19. What was weak and useless?
    The former regulation. (7:18)
  20. What made nothing perfect?
    The law (7:19)
  21. Who became priests without any oath?
    Others (7:20)
  22. What will the Lord not change?
    His mind (7:21)
  23. Who has become the guarantee of a better covenant?
    Jesus (7:22)
  24. Why have there been many of those priests?
    Since death prevented them from continuing in office. (7:23)
  25. Who has a permanent priesthood?
    Jesus (7:24)
  26. For whom does Jesus always live to intercede?
    Those who come to God through him. (7:25)
  27. When did Jesus sacrifice for the people's sins once for all?
    When he offered himself. (7:26)
  28. How is Jesus unlike other high priests?
    He does not need to offer sacrifices day after day, first for his own sins, and then for the sins of the people. (7:27)
  29. Whom did the oath appoint?
    The Son (who has been made perfect forever) (7:28)
  30. Recite Hebrews 7:25      
    Therefore he is able to save completely those who come to God through him, because he always lives to intercede for them.
  31. Recite Hebrews 7:26      
    Such a high priest meets our need--one who is holy, blameless, pure, set apart from sinners, exalted above the heavens.
  32. Recite Hebrews 7:27
    Unlike the other high priests, he does not need to offer sacrifices day after day, first for his own sins, and then for the sins of the people. He sacrificed for their sins once for all when he offered himself.
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