10 0 10 0 0 10:2 They would have ceased: If they had been of themselves perfect to all the intents of redemption and remission, as Christ's death is there would have been no occasion of so often repeating them: as there is no occasion for Christ's dying any more for our sins. 10 2 10 0 0 10:18 There is no more an oblation for sin: Where there is a full remission of sins, as in baptism, there is no more occasion for a sin offering to be made for such sins already remitted; and as for sins committed afterwards, they can only be remitted in virtue of the one oblation of Christ's death. 10 18 10 0 0 10:26 If we sin wilfully: He speaks of the sin of wilful apostasy from the known truth; after which, as we can not be baptized again, we can not expect to have that abundant remission of sins, which Christ purchased by his death, applied to our souls in that ample manner as it is in baptism: but we have rather all manner of reason to look for a dreadful judgment; the more because apostates from the known truth, seldom or never have the grace to return to it. 10 26 10 0 0 Content-type: text/html; charset=utf-8 THE HOLY BIBLE Douay-Rheims: heb 10:0


Notes on The Epistle of St. Paul to the Hebrews (Author Bishop Richard Challoner (ed.))

¤ Chapter 10: Because of the insufficiency of the sacrifices of the law, Christ our high priest shed his own blood for us, offering up once for all the sacrifice of our redemption. He exhorts them to perseverance.

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