9Which was a figurefor the time then present , inwhich were offeredbothgiftsandsacrifices, that couldnotmake him that did the serviceperfect , as pertaining to the conscience;10
Which stood onlyinmeatsanddrinks,anddiverswashings,andcarnalordinances,aimposed on them until the time of reformation.11ButChrist being come an high priest of good things to come , by a greaterand more perfecttabernacle,not made with hands, that is to say , not of thisbuilding;12Neitherby the blood of goatsandcalves,butby his ownblood he entered inonceinto the holy place, having obtainedeternalredemption for us.
13Forif the blood of bullsand of goats,and the ashes of an heifersprinkling the unclean , sanctifiethto the purifying of the flesh:14
How muchmoreshall the blood of Christ,whothrough the eternalSpiritofferedhimself without spotb to God,purgeyourconsciencefromdeadworkstoserve the livingGod?15And for thiscause he is the mediator of the newtestament,that by means of death,for the redemption of the transgressions that were under the firsttestament, they which are called might receive the promise of eternalinheritance.16Forwhere a testament is, there must also of necessitybec the death of the testator .
17For a testament is of forceafter men are dead:otherwise it is ofnostrength at allwhile the testatorliveth .
18Whereuponneither the first testament was dedicateddwithoutblood.19ForwhenMoses had spokeneveryprecept to all the peopleaccording to the law, he took the blood of calvesand of goats,withwater,andscarletewool,andhyssop, and sprinkledboth the book , andall the people,