Redemption under the New Covenant – Part 2
Redemption under the New Covenant – Part 2
Hebrews 9:11-14
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Sunday Morning Service,  February 13, 2011

The author now draws the contrast between religion under the Old Covenant and “eternal redemption” under the New. The place and liturgy of religion under the Old Covenant, elaborate as it was, failed to bring worshipers into God’s presence or to cleanse them eternally from sin (9:1-10). But the place and liturgy of the New Covenant assures us of an infinitely different result, making it imperative that we cling to the Mediator of this New Covenant, the Lord Jesus.

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