For the lawe which hath but the shadowe of good thynges to come and not the thynges in their awne fassion can never with ye sacryfises which they offer yere by yere continually make the comers thervnto parfayte.
For wolde not then those sacrifises have ceased to have bene offered because that the offerers once pourged shuld have had no moare conscieces of sinnes.
Neverthelesse in those sacrifises is ther mencion made of synnes every yeare.
For it is vnpossible that the bloud of oxen and of gotes shuld take awaye synnes.
Wherfore when he commeth into the worlde he sayth: Sacrifice and offeringe thou woldest not have: but a bodie hast thou ordeyned me.
In sacrifices and synne offerynges thou hast no lust.
Then I sayde: Lo I come in the chefest of the boke it is written of me that I shuld doo thy will o god.
Above when he had sayed sacrifice and offerynge and burnt sacrifices and synne offerynges thou woldest not have nether hast alowed (which yet are offered by the lawe)
and then sayde: Lo I come to do thy will o god: he taketh awaye the fyrst to stablisshe the latter.
By the which will we are sanctified by the offeringe of the body of Iesu Christe once for all.
And every prest is redy dayly ministrynge and ofte tymes offereth one maner of offerynge which can never take awaye synnes.
But this man after he had offered one sacrifyce for synnes sat him doune for ever on the right honde of god
and from hence forth tarieth till his foes be made his fotestole.
For with one offerynge hath he made parfecte for ever them yt are sanctified.
And ye holy goost also beareth vs recorde of this even when he tolde before:
This is the testament that I will make vnto them after those dayes sayth the lorde. I will put my lawes in their hertes and in their mynde I will write them
and their synnes and iniquyties will I remember no moare.
And where remission of these thinges is there is no moare offerynge for synne.
Seynge brethren that by the meanes of the bloud of Iesu we maye be bolde to enter into that holy place
by the newe and livynge waye which he hath prepared for vs through the vayle that is to saye by his flesshe.
And seynge also that we have an hye prest which is ruler over ye housse of god
let vs drawe nye with a true herte in a full fayth sprynckeled in oure hertes from an evyll conscience and wesshed in oure bodies with pure water
and let vs kepe the profession of oure hope with oute waveringe (for he is faythfull that promysed)
and let vs consyder one another to provoke vnto love and to good workes:
and let vs not forsake the felishippe that we have amoge oure selves as the maner of some is: but let vs exhorte one another and that so moche the more because ye se that the daye draweth nye.