Young's Literal Translation

Hebrews 4

The rest of Christians is attained by faith.

Hebrews 4:1 We may fear, then, lest a promise being left of entering into His rest, any one of you may seem to have come short, Hebrews 4:2 for we also are having good news proclaimed, even as they, but the word heard did not profit them, not being mixed with faith in those who heard, Hebrews 4:3 for we do enter into the rest—we who did believe, as He said, 'So I sware in My anger, If they shall enter into My rest—;' and yet the works were done from the foundation of the world, Hebrews 4:4 for He spake in a certain place concerning the seventh [day] thus: 'And God did rest in the seventh day from all His works;' Hebrews 4:5 and in this [place] again, 'If they shall enter into My rest—;' Hebrews 4:6 since then, it remaineth for certain to enter into it, and those who did first hear good news entered not in because of unbelief— Hebrews 4:7 again He doth limit a certain day, 'To-day,' (in David saying, after so long a time,) as it hath been said, 'To-day, if His voice ye may hear, ye may not harden your hearts,' Hebrews 4:8 for if Joshua had given them rest, He would not concerning another day have spoken after these things; Hebrews 4:9 there doth remain, then, a sabbatic rest to the people of God, Hebrews 4:10 for he who did enter into his rest, he also rested from his works, as God from His own. Hebrews 4:11 May we be diligent, then, to enter into that rest, that no one in the same example of the unbelief may fall,

The power of God's Word.

Hebrews 4:12 for the reckoning of God is living, and working, and sharp above every two-edged sword, and piercing unto the dividing asunder both of soul and spirit, of joints also and marrow, and a discerner of thoughts and intents of the heart; Hebrews 4:13 and there is not a created thing not manifest before Him, but all things [are] naked and open to His eyes—with whom is our reckoning.

By our high priest Jesus the Son of God, subject to infirmities, but not sin,

Hebrews 4:14 Having, then, a great chief priest passed through the heavens—Jesus the Son of God—may we hold fast the profession, Hebrews 4:15 for we have not a chief priest unable to sympathise with our infirmities, but [one] tempted in all things in like manner—apart from sin;

we must and may go boldly to the throne of grace.

Hebrews 4:16 we may come near, then, with freedom, to the throne of the grace, that we may receive kindness, and find grace—for seasonable help.

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