Aaron shares in the washing (i.e., symbol of regeneration), Titus 3:5; John 3:5,6
(1) as needing it, be in this in contrast with Christ Hebrews 7:26-28
(2) to typify Christ's action, who received the baptism of John, not as needing it, but as thus identifying Himself with sinners, and as fulfilling the Aaronic type. As in Aaron's case, His anointing followed the washing Exodus 29:4,7; Matthew 3:14-16.
wash Distinguish the washing from the use of the laver.
Exodus 30:18-21 This washing typifies regeneration
Titus 3:5 the laver, daily cleansing
I John 1:9 See both John 13:10.
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