Hebrews 9:1-6 DBY

1 The first therefore also indeed had ordinances of service, a and the sanctuary, a worldly one. b

References for Hebrews 9:1

    • Ç 9:1 - Latreia, from the same root as latreuo in ver. 6, see Note e.
    • È 9:1 - The form of words here is greatly disputed. The grammatical order would require it to be translated 'the holy universal order;' but the word, it is contended, does not exist with this sense: I have not ventured so to translate it. I doubt it to be the same as kosmion, 'ornament.' Kosmos is 'the world,' from the order which is in it. The tabernacle represented all this order, the pattern of heavenly things. Hence, if kosmikon be used, a neuter adjective for a substantive, or coined in this use, it would mean 'the holy order of the tabernacle, which represented the vast scene in which God's glory is displayed in Christ.' If not, we must say, 'and the sanctuary, a worldly one.' 'A worldly sanctuary' is not the sense. 'A worldly sanctuary' it is not, according to regular grammar and the constant usage of the Greek language.
      2 For a tabernacle was set up; the first, in which [were] both the candlestick and the table and the exposition of the loaves, which is called Holy;
      3 but after the second veil a tabernacle which is called Holy of holies,
      4 having a golden censer, and the ark of the covenant, covered round in every part with gold, in which [were] the golden pot that had the manna, and the rod of Aaron that had sprouted, and the tables of the covenant;
      5 and above over it the cherubim of glory shadowing the mercy-seat; concerning which it is not now [the time] to speak in detail.
      6 Now these things being thus ordered, into the first tabernacle the priests enter at all times, accomplishing the services; c

      References for Hebrews 9:6

        • É 9:6 - Latreuo, as vers. 9,14; ch. 8.5; 10.2; 12.28; 13.10: see Note l, Matt. 4.10.