For God promising to Abraham, for he had none greater, by whom he should swear, swore by himself,
and said [saying], I blessing shall bless thee, and I multiplying shall multiply thee;
and so he long abiding had the promise. [and so he long suffering got repromission.]
For men swear by a greater than themselves, and the end of all their plea [and the end of all their controversy, or debate,] is an oath to confirmation.
In which thing God willing to show plenteouslier to the heirs of his promise the firmness of his counsel, put betwixt an oath, [+In which thing God willing to show plenteouslier to the heirs of his promise the unmoveableness, or firmness, of his counsel, put between an oath,]
that by two things unmoveable, by which it is impossible that God lie, we have a strongest solace, that flee together to hold the hope that is put forth to us. [+that by two things unmoveable, by which it is impossible God for to lie, we have strongest solace, or comfort, which flee together to hold the hope put forth.]
Which hope as an anchor we have secure to the soul, and firm, and going into the inner things of hiding;
where the before-goer, Jesus, that is made bishop without end by the order of Melchisedec, entered for us. [where the fore-goer for us entered in, Jesus, made bishop into without end after the order of Melchisedec.]