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Hebrews 10:19

Having therefore, brethren, boldness - The apostle, having now finished the doctrinal part of his epistle, and fully shown the superiority of Christ to all men and angels, and the superiority of his priesthood to that of Aaron and his successors, the absolute inefficacy of the Jewish sacrifices to make atonement for sin, and the absolute efficacy of that of Christ to make reconciliation of man to God, proceeds now to show what influence these doctrines should have on the hearts and lives of those who believe in his merits and death.

Boldness to enter - ̔ · Liberty, full access to the entrance of the holy place, ̔· This is an allusion to the case of the high priest going into the holy of holies. He went with fear and trembling, because, if he had neglected the smallest item prescribed by the law, he could expect nothing but death. Genuine believers can come even to the throne of God with confidence, as they carry into the Divine presence the infinitely meritorious blood of the great atonement; and, being justified through that blood, they have a right to all the blessings of the eternal kingdom.




Other Adam Clarke entries containing Hebrews 10:19:

Exodus 19:24
Exodus 26:31
Exodus 26:36
Leviticus 6:28
Leviticus 9:24
Numbers 8:21
Matthew 27:51
Romans 3:28
Hebrews 9:8
Revelation 21:19

 

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