Hebrews 7:15

Yet more abundantly evident (perissoteron eti katadhlon). Only N.T. instance of the old compound adjective katadhlo thoroughly clear with eti (still) added and the comparative perissoteron (more abundantly) piling Ossa on Pelion like Philippians 1:23 . Likeness (omoiothta). See Hebrews 4:15 , only N.T. examples. Cf. the verb in verse Hebrews 3 . Ariseth another priest (anistatai iereu etero). As said in verse Hebrews 11 , now assumed in condition of first class.