Purification of Sins

A key point of the opening paragraph in Hebrews is the accomplishment of the Son on behalf of his people, and his exalted position at the “right hand” of God as their High Priest. He secured what none of his predecessors ever could. Unlike his predecessors, through his death, Jesus did, in fact, “achieve the purification of sins,” and afterward, he “sat down” in the “true and greater tabernacle” where he now intercedes for the saints.

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