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Then verily, the first covenant also had ordinances of divine service and a worldly sanctuary.

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Now even a first covenant had ordinances of divine service, and its sanctuary, a sanctuary of this world.

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Now even the first covenant had its own rules and regulations for divine worship, and it had a sanctuary [but one] of this world.

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Christ’s service in the heavenly meeting tent

So then the first covenant had regulations for the priests’ service and the holy place on earth.

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Now the first covenant had both regulations for worship and a Holy Place here on earth.

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The Tent in Heaven

The first promise that was made included rules for worship and a tent for worship here on earth.

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

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The former indeed had also justifications of divine service, and a worldly sanctuary.

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Worship Under the Old Agreement

The first agreement had rules for worship and a place for worship here on earth.

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The Earthly Holy Place

Now even the first covenant had regulations for worship and an earthly place of holiness.

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The Earthly Holy Place

Now even the first covenant had regulations for worship and an earthly place of holiness.

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The Old Agreement

The first ·agreement [covenant; contract; C given to Israel through Moses; 8:7, 13] had ·rules [regulations; requirements] for worship and a ·place on earth for worship [L earthly sanctuary/holy place].

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2 Comparing the form of the Tabernacle, 10 and the ceremonies of the Law, 11 unto the truth set out in Christ, 15 he concludeth that now there is no more need of another Priest, 24 because Christ himself had fulfilled these duties under the new covenant.

Then the first Testament had also ordinances of religion, and a worldly Sanctuary,

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Christ Offered a Superior Sacrifice

The first promise had rules for the priests’ service. It also had a holy place on earth.

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Earthly and Heavenly Worship

The first covenant had rules for worship and a place made for worship as well.

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Old Covenant Ministry

Now the first covenant also had regulations for ministry and an earthly sanctuary.

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The sanctuary under the old agreement

1-5 Now the first agreement had certain rules for the service of God, and it had a sanctuary, a holy place in this world for the eternal God. A tent was erected: in the outer compartment were placed the lamp-standard, the table and the sacred loaves. Inside, beyond the curtain, was the inner tent called the holy of holies in which were the golden censer and the gold inlaid ark of the agreement, containing the golden jar of manna, Aaron’s budding staff and the stone tablets inscribed with the words of the actual agreement. Above these things were fixed representations of the cherubim of glory, casting their shadow over the ark’s covering, known as the mercy seat. (All this is full of meaning but we cannot enter now into a detailed explanation.)

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¶ Nevertheless the first had its justifications of worship and its worldly sanctuary.

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Then verily the first covenant had also ordinances of divine service, and a worldly sanctuary.

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Then verily the first covenant had also ordinances of divine service, and a worldly sanctuary.

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The Earthly Ministry of the Old Covenant

Now the first covenant had regulations for worship and the earthly sanctuary.

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1-2 Now in that first agreement between God and his people there were rules for worship and there was a sacred tent down here on earth. Inside this place of worship there were two rooms. The first one contained the golden candlestick and a table with special loaves of holy bread upon it; this part was called the Holy Place.

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A Visible Parable

1-5 That first plan contained directions for worship, and a specially designed place of worship. A large outer tent was set up. The lampstand, the table, and “the bread of presence” were placed in it. This was called “the Holy Place.” Then a curtain was stretched, and behind it a smaller, inside tent set up. This was called “the Holy of Holies.” In it were placed the gold incense altar and the gold-covered ark of the covenant containing the gold urn of manna, Aaron’s rod that budded, the covenant tablets, and the angel-wing-shadowed mercy seat. But we don’t have time to comment on these now.

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Now oun the ho first prōtos covenant, in fact kai, had echō regulations dikaiōma for worship latreia · ho and te also an earthly kosmikos sanctuary hagios.

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Christ Offered a Superior Sacrifice

The first promise had rules for the priests’ service. It also had a holy place on earth.

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The Old and the New

Now even the first covenant had regulations of divine worship and the earthly sanctuary.

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The Old Agreement

The first agreement had rules for worship and a place on earth for worship.

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The Arrangement and Ritual of the Earthly Sanctuary

Now the first covenant, in fact, had regulations for worship and its earthly sanctuary.

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Worship in the Holy Tent on Earth

The first covenant had rules for worship. It also had a sacred tent on earth.

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Worship in the Earthly Tabernacle

Now the first covenant had regulations for worship and also an earthly sanctuary.

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Worship in the earthly tabernacle

Now the first covenant had regulations for worship and also an earthly sanctuary.

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The Earthly Sanctuary

Then indeed, even the first covenant had ordinances of divine service and the earthly sanctuary.

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The New Way of Worship Is Better

There were special ways of worship and a special holy place made by man for the Old Way of Worship.

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Old Rules about Worship

That first covenant between God and Israel had regulations for worship and a place of worship here on earth.

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The Earthly and the Heavenly Sanctuaries

Now even the first covenant had regulations for worship and an earthly sanctuary.

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The Earthly and the Heavenly Sanctuaries

Now even the first covenant had regulations for worship and an earthly sanctuary.

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The Earthly and the Heavenly Sanctuaries

Now even the first covenant had regulations for worship and an earthly sanctuary.

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The Earthly and the Heavenly Sanctuaries

Now even the first covenant had regulations for worship and an earthly sanctuary.

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Now the Brit HaRishonah farshteit zich (of course) had regulations for avodas kodesh in an earthly Mikdash.

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The Earthly and the Heavenly Sanctuaries

Now even the first covenant had regulations for worship and an earthly sanctuary.

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The Earthly and the Heavenly Sanctuaries

Now even the first covenant had regulations for worship and an earthly sanctuary.

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Jeremiah is known as the prophet of the new covenant. Hundreds of years before the birth of Jesus, Jeremiah heard the voice of God and saw what God had planned: a new day. A new law inscribed in the mind and written on the heart. A new and abiding knowledge of God. A new covenant where mercy runs deep and sins are forgiven and forgotten.

This hope of a new heart is found even in the midst of the Mosaic Covenant. Moses foretells the unfaithfulness of the people and also tells them of God’s promise to restore their hearts (Deuteronomy 30:1–10).

Even that first covenant had rules and regulations about how to worship and how to set up an earthly sanctuary for God.

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Now indeed even the first covenant had ordinances of divine service, and an earthly sanctuary.

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The first agreement had laws about worship. And it had a holy place on earth where the agreement was kept.

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[Soothly] And the former testament had justifyings of worship, and holy thing during for a time [and holy thing worldly, that is, during for a time].

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It had, indeed, then (even the first tabernacle) ordinances of service, also a worldly sanctuary,

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