Always Making Intercession

Thursday, August 8, 2013
Hebrews 7

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The Lone Ranger would mysteriously appear on the scene when someone needed help. The mask served to obscure his origin; the only focus was the immediate mission he was called to fulfill.

By relating the priesthood of Jesus to that of Melchizedek, the author of the letter to the Hebrews does two things similar to the sagas of “The Masked Man.” First, Jesus’ priesthood is linked to the king and priest of Salem whose origins are mysterious and unconnected to the house of Levi, the expected source for the Aaronic priesthood. Secondly, Jesus “suddenly meets us,” the literal meaning of the Greek, entunchano, which has come to mean “to make intercession.”

Unlike The Lone Ranger, however, Jesus meets up with you at every moment and will never leave you. Dwell on this awesome fact of union.

The Reading for Today
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Bible Breaths
You are a priest forever. v. 17
Better hope approaching God v. 19
You interceding for us v. 25
You made perfect forever v. 28

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One thought on “Always Making Intercession

  1. May you experience by faith, the closeness of Christ, the permanent, perfect priest interceding for us at every moment, infusing Grace so that we can be victorious over every circumstance that comes our way.

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