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1 Melchizedek, king of Salem, a priest of God Most High, came to meet Abraham when he returned from defeating the kings, and blessed him;
Gen 14:18-20  Heb 6:20  Mark 5:7  Ps 76:2  Ps 57:2  Acts 16:17  Dan 5:18 

2 and Abraham gave him a tenth of everything. By the interpretation of his name, he is, first, 'king of saving justice' and also king of Salem, that is, 'king of peace';
1Chr 22:9  1Kgs 4:24-25  1Sam 8:15  1Sam 8:17  2Sam 8:15  2Sam 23:3  Gen 28:22 

3 he has no father, mother or ancestry, and his life has no beginning or ending; he is like the Son of God. He remains a priest for ever.
Heb 7:6  1Chr 6:1-3  Exod 6:18  Exod 6:20-27  Heb 7:17  Heb 7:23-28  Matt 4:3 

4 Now think how great this man must have been, if the patriarch Abraham gave him a tenth of the finest plunder.
Acts 2:29  Gen 14:20  Acts 7:8-9  Gal 3:28-29  Gen 12:2  Gen 17:5-6  Jas 2:23 

5 We know that any of the descendants of Levi who are admitted to the priesthood are obliged by the Law to take tithes from the people, that is, from their own brothers although they too are descended from Abraham.
1Kgs 8:19  2Chr 31:4-6  Exod 1:5  Exod 28:1  Gen 35:11  Gen 46:26  Heb 5:4 

6 But this man, who was not of the same descent, took his tithe from Abraham, and he gave his blessing to the holder of the promises.
Rom 4:13  Gen 14:19-20  Heb 7:3-4  Acts 3:25  Gal 3:16  Gen 12:2  Gen 12:13 

7 Now it is indisputable that a blessing is given by a superior to an inferior.
1Kgs 8:55  2Chr 30:27  2Sam 6:20  Gen 27:20-40  Gen 48:15-20  Gen 49:28  Luke 24:50-51 

8 Further, in the normal case it is ordinary mortal men who receive the tithes, whereas in that case it was one who is attested as being alive.
Heb 5:6  Heb 6:20  Rev 1:18  Heb 3:16  Heb 7:23  Heb 9:24-25  Heb 9:27 

9 It could be said that Levi himself, who receives tithes, actually paid tithes, in the person of Abraham,
Gen 14:20  Heb 7:4  Rom 5:12 

10 because he was still in the loins of his ancestor when Melchizedek came to meet him.
1Kgs 8:19  Gen 35:11  Gen 46:26  Heb 7:5 

11 Now if perfection had been reached through the levitical priesthood -- and this was the basis of the Law given to the people -- why was it necessary for a different kind of priest to arise, spoken of as being of the order of Melchizedek rather than of the order of Aaron?
Heb 8:7  Gal 2:21  Heb 5:6  Heb 7:17-19  Col 2:10-17  Gal 4:3  Gal 4:9 

12 Any change in the priesthood must mean a change in the Law as well.
Acts 6:13-14  Ezek 16:61  Isa 66:21  Jer 31:31-34 

13 So our Lord, of whom these things were said, belonged to a different tribe, the members of which have never done service at the altar;
Heb 7:14  2Chr 26:16-21  Heb 7:11  Num 16:40  Num 17:5 

14 everyone knows he came from Judah, a tribe which Moses did not mention at all when dealing with priests.
Isa 11:1  Mic 5:2  Luke 3:33  Rev 5:5  Gen 49:10  Rom 1:3  Eph 1:3 

15 This becomes even more clearly evident if another priest, of the type of Melchizedek, arises who is a priest
Heb 7:3  Heb 7:11  Heb 7:17-21  Ps 110:4 

16 not in virtue of a law of physical descent, but in virtue of the power of an indestructible life.
Col 2:20  Gal 4:3  Gal 4:9  Heb 7:3  Rev 1:18  Col 2:14  Heb 7:17 

17 For he is attested by the prophecy: You are a priest for ever of the order of Melchizedek.
Heb 5:6  Ps 110:4  Heb 6:20  Heb 7:21  Heb 5:10  Heb 7:15 

18 The earlier commandment is thus abolished, because of its weakness and ineffectiveness
Rom 8:3  Heb 7:11-12  Heb 7:19  Acts 13:39  Gal 4:9  Heb 8:7-13  Heb 10:1-9 

19 since the Law could not make anything perfect; but now this commandment is replaced by something better-the hope that brings us close to God.
Heb 4:16  Acts 13:39  Heb 9:9  Rom 8:3  Gal 2:16  Heb 6:18  Heb 10:1 

20 Now the former priests became priests without any oath being sworn,

21 but this one with the swearing of an oath by him who said to him, The Lord has sworn an oath he will never retract: you are a priest for ever;
Ps 110:4  Heb 7:17  1Sam 15:29  Heb 6:16-18 

22 the very fact that it occurred with the swearing of an oath makes the covenant of which Jesus is the guarantee all the greater.
1Cor 11:25  Gen 43:9  Gen 44:32  Heb 8:6-12  Heb 12:24  Heb 13:20  Dan 9:27 

23 Further, the former priests were many in number, because death put an end to each one of them;
Heb 7:8  Neh 12:10-11  1Chr 6:3-14 

24 but this one, because he remains for ever, has a perpetual priesthood.
Heb 7:28  John 12:34  Rev 1:18  1Sam 2:35  Heb 7:8-25  Heb 13:8  Isa 9:6-7 

25 It follows, then, that his power to save those who come to God through him is absolute, since he lives for ever to intercede for them.
Rom 8:34  1John 2:1-2  1Tim 2:5  John 14:6  Heb 7:19  Rom 5:2  Eph 2:18 

26 Such is the high priest that met our need, holy, innocent and uncontaminated, set apart from sinners, and raised up above the heavens;
2Cor 5:21  Heb 4:14-15  Heb 8:1  1John 3:5  1Pet 2:22  1John 2:2  Heb 10:11-22 

27 he has no need to offer sacrifices every day, as the high priests do, first for their own sins and only then for those of the people; this he did once and for all by offering himself.
Heb 9:12  Heb 9:28  Heb 5:3  Heb 9:14  Heb 5:1  Heb 9:25  Heb 10:6-12 

28 The Law appoints high priests who are men subject to weakness; but the promise on oath, which came after the Law, appointed the Son who is made perfect for ever.
Heb 1:2  Heb 2:10  Heb 7:21  Heb 5:1-2  Heb 3:6  Exod 32:21-22  Heb 4:14