Let us therefore go forth to him (toinun exercwmeqa pro auton). Inferential particle (toi, nun), usually post-positive ( Luke 20:25 ; 1 Corinthians 9:26 ) only N.T. examples. Present middle volitive subjunctive of exercomai. "Let us keep on going out there to him." If a separation has to come between Judaism and Christianity, let us give up Judaism, and go out to Christ "outside the camp" and take our stand with him there on Golgotha, "bearing his reproach (ton oneidismon autou peronte) as Jesus himself endured the Cross despising the shame ( 1 Corinthians 12:2 ) and as Moses accepted "the reproach of the Messiah" ( 1 Corinthians 11:26 ) in his day. The only decent place for the follower of Christ is beside the Cross of Christ with the reproach and the power ( Romans 8:1 ) in it. This is the great passionate plea of the whole Epistle.