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Let us go on unto perfection


Hebrews 6: Move on from second law of law/law, even from grace of law/grace, to be right of left/right; For being right to make wrong is division, not peace. Leave the principles, to go on unto perfection. Leave plural heavens to go to higher heaven. Being right to make any wrong: Blame game. Related GodShew Page: Hebrews is a mini bible
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Hebrews Chapter 6 - Hebrews 6


Let us go on (higher than up-right), go on unto "perfection" (all-right).
Note: leave the "principles"(laws) behind when going on, as leaving the principles (Good->Better)->for what's Best.
(more excellent grace: neither broadmindead law nor narrowmindead grace) So leave both law vs law and laws vs grace divisions(plural) for unity(singular); For Christ is our peace who abolished the law of law vs law and laws vs grace; And when fruit of the Spirit good only (not good + evil), against such there is no law.
Grace unto you, and peace, from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ

General Theme of Hebrews 6: Therefore "leaving the principles" Move on! From divisions to peace. Go on! From imperfection to perfection. Grow up higher than divided heavens on high. Hebrews 6 begins with a "Therefore", indicating what's now being said is conclusively based on what's already been said in Hebrews 1-5 (comparing of Law/Grace spokesmen: Moses/Jesus as Good/Better; Better being the After part of Before/After, Spiritual of Natural/Spiritual); Which ends with discern (avoid) "both good + evil" (law is both good + evil; so is grace + law). Now the exhortation is leave the principles(plural) to go on unto perfection. Perfection is Grace void of Law (the conclusion of To The Hebrews). Move

on! Stop fighting and feuding about what's good/better for some only (even if it's some better thing God hath provided for us of them/us); And start looking for what's best for all of three things: (good->better)->best... also the "greatest" of three things: (great->greater)->greatest. Perfection is grace that is merciful unto all, not some only; Pure grace instead of the twainy grace + law [salvation + destruction: Jude 5] Noah found in the eyes of the LORD). For we have strong consolation [blessed assurance] in the immutable fact God cannot lie (Grace cannot law), and thereby God cannot die (Grace is eternal). Indeed Grace is eternal, whereas Law isn't eternal. Law had an expiry date. And God is excepted (exempt) from the shew (1Cor 15), so Jesus Christ plays the part of God in the flesh (grace + law). For that God was in "Christ" (not Jesus) reconciling the world unto himself: the God of all grace (no law at all). Hebrews 6 ends noting "Jesus" is forerunner (lead runner) who entered high for "us" (of them/us), made an "high" priest "after" the order of Melchisedec. So we're talking after of before/after, grace of law/grace, not another law of law/law; But still division and not peace. It's notably "Christ" of Jesus->Christ who saves even "Jesus" (born under law, of woman, Saviour of Israel only), the last Adam who's salvation to first Adam, the second "one man" (all) in Romans 5 who saves the first one man (all) of twain alls, notably by becoming us of them/us, man of child/man, even perfect man (grace us prototype) so none perish, all live, when all them become all us of such them/us (law/grace). .............................................................
Hebrews 6:1 Therefore leaving the principles of the doctrine of Christ, let us go on unto perfection; not laying again the foundation of repentance from dead works, and of faith toward God, Note that we are now exhorted to leave the principles (plural), not the doctrine (singular) of Christ: is the end of the law, in order to go on unto perfection: leave laws to establish grace; For by the using of laws all perish: Colossians 2;20-22. And such "therefore" denotes it's based on what's said in Hebrews 1-5 (see themes of chps 1-5 for clarity). Such is allegorical for leave the twain (both law/law and law/grace), both good>better, for what's best: singular (grace) of such (good/better)->best, as what's best for all of good better best. For "perfect"-ion also "merciful" (Matthew 5:48; Luke 6:36), and perfect merciful: mercy full, is all grace (all mercy), and no law (no sacrifice) at all (Ps 40:6; 51:16; Hos 6;6; Mt 9:13). Get ready to let law be the dead testator of the NT, and so grace may be of "force" to all (Heb 9). Get ready to let what's ready to vanish (Hebrews 8:13), vanish (1Corinthians 13:8). In conjunction with let us go on unto perfection, we are told not to lay again six things, firstly repentance from "dead works" (grace + law = life + death = dead end), secondly faith toward God. Why? In Heb 10 we'll see more clearly that if truly purged from sin, there should be no more sin consciousness, so it's a once only deal, not a weekly thing nor an annual thing to do over and over again (see Heb 6:6 for the reasoning: it crucifies the Son of God afresh). And in reviewing Rom 14:23 and Gal 3:12 we find whatsoever is not of faith is sin and the law is not of faith; denoting law = sin when it comes to solving the allegoric mystery, for law imputes sin (Rom 5:13) to all (not some only), law was the strength of sin (1Cor

15:56), and law is the death sting of sin has a deadly sting (1Cor 15:56; Jam 1:15). Law is the root source of sin, and the strength of sin... the "strong man" JC said God said to bind in order to spoil the house of sin (house of Moses in Heb): Mt 12:29; Mk 3:27. Selah. Hebrews 6:2 Of the doctrine of baptisms, and of laying on of hands, and of resurrection of the dead, and of eternal judgment. Six things are mentioned we should not lay again in order to go on unto perfection, the perfection of the seventh; but rather leave all such to go on unto the seventh thing: perfection. In the same manner we find six days of Gen 1 have specific mention of evening and morning, but the seventh day has no mention of evening and morning. I wonder why? Leave repentance from dead works, for to lay such again, weekly, annually, is as crucifying the Son of God afresh. Leave (blind) faith toward God because seeing faith is now the evidence of things previously not seen. Leave the doctrine of baptisms (plural), for there is one baptism in the unity of the Spirit, and it's not a Holy Ghost (Dead) thing, but rather the living God [is] a Spirit is a Holy Spirit (Living) thing. Leave the laying on of hands (plural) for Christ is seated at the right hand of God, Christ: the end of the law being what's right and with God. Leave resurrection of the dead, for there is no dead among the living God of the living. Leave eternal judgment, for when it's all right and no left (behind) at all there is nothing to judge. Leave all such for perfection, which speaks of grace void of law, mercy void of sacrifice, bless void of curse, love void of fear, life void of death. Selah. It's now time, in y(our) grace walk through Hebrews, from Mt Sinai to Mt Sion, to establish grace. To establish grace we have to leave grace + law, even grace vs law and grace or law, for all grace and no law at all. Hebrews 6:3 And this will we do, if God permit. Now why(?) would God not permit such? Let's remember such things are an allegory, and the only God (of twain) who would not permit, but restrict, prohibit, hinder, limit, etc, is the law... for law gets it's life from being attached to grace, just as the moon gets it's light from the sun; and if we leave law behind, forget it as Merlin and all with him did to such evil, it will no doubt vanish: for it is said about law: it's ready to vanish (Heb 8:13), and shall vanish (1Cor 13:8). Yet those faithful to law, to the house of Moses, and to sin imputation by law for the hell of it, will no doubt hinder such, since law is also a hindrance, enmity, your adversary, etc. And it wouldn't be much of a shew, nor much of a challenge, if there was no adversary to hinder you. So, there are many, deceived by many, who cannot fathom existence without an enemy, even though existence: to be (of to be or not to be), the eternal sort, is just that: no law = no death. Hebrews 6:4-6 For [it is] impossible for those who were once enlightened, and have tasted of the heavenly gift, and were made partakers of the Holy Ghost, [6:5] And have tasted the good word of God, and the powers of the world to come, [6:6] If they shall fall away, to renew them again unto repentance; seeing they crucify to themselves the Son of God afresh, and put [him] to an open shame. Impossible? Nothing is impossible "with" God, so we must be talking about "against" God for renew-all to be "impossible", especially if God our Saviour will have all men to

be saved; And notably five things are mentioned, one of which is plural... and a little leaven leaveneth the whole lump... So, to change impossible to possible, flush the law to make two Gods one only. Indeed it's impossible to renew fully grace us people to law, for grace neither tempts (laws) nor can be tempted(lawed). Not to mention repentance, change, conversion, is from law to grace. As we noted in looking at Heb 6:1, the first thing mentioned we should leave is multiple repentance, which is notable in many churches, both jewish and christian; for it is an open shame (dis-grace) to crucify the Son of God over and over and... Woe (Stop it! you fools, vipers, hypocrites, blind guides, Pharisees, scribes, child of hell, even more the child of hell when made one proselyte by such like... who "sit in Moses seat": law [Mt 23]). The only thing hindering (not permitting) y(our) renewal, inheritance thereof, is y (our) law of grace + law. Remove law and you remove the hind-rance, which is calling LOUDly from behind. Hebrews 6:7 For the earth which drinketh in the rain that cometh oft upon it, and bringeth forth herbs meet for them by whom it is dressed, receiveth blessing from God: What does the (globe-all) earth receive from God? Blessing (only), not blessing(grace) + cursing(law). Those who perceive the law is of God haven't read John 1:17. And what did the Son of God and "his witness unto all men" say? "Bless(grace) and curse(law) not". "Be angry(grace) and sin(law) not". "Which things are an allegory": Galatians 4 I am (grace) not come to destroy, curse, condemn (law), but to fulfill (grace). Lo, I come to do thy will O God. Thy will? I will have mercy, and not sacrifice. Our Father: Thy will be done where? On earth! How? As it is in heaven! How is it in heaven? All grace and no law! All mercy and no sacrifice! All love and no fear! Hebrews 6:8 But that which beareth thorns and briers [is] rejected, and [is] nigh unto cursing; whose end [is] to be burned. Study, to shew thyself "approved" unto God... there's no rejection at all in "approved" (graced), only in dis-approved (lawed). To get approved from dis-approved, simply remove the dis (the law)... for the curse-ing end is a burning beyond the third degree sort. On the contrary our God is a consuming fire, but the only thing consumed in such grace us fire is the law of grace + law (the death of life + death), leaving only Grace unto you, and peace, from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ... as the holy kiss of charity never faileth. Hebrews 6:9 But, beloved, we are persuaded better things of you, and things that accompany salvation, though we thus speak. We are persuaded? It's not a coercion as many assume, but rather a persuasion based on evidence which makes it evident that no man is justified by the law in the sight of God. And we are persuaded of "better" things (of good/better) of "you" (of ye/you)... things

that accompany salvation (grace->mercy->peace), though "thus" we speak. It's allegory. And in the allegorical Bible we find "thus" said the LORD, which speaks of "THUS the heavens and the earth, and all the host of them were finished" (Genesis 2:1): utterly dissolved without a trace, kinda like a cremation with no ashes remaining, which Peter also allegorically describes (2Peter 3:11). In graceland there is no such thing as them, nor plural heavens either. Nor is there any time allotted for such mentioned, since such (Gen 2:1) notably occurs after the sixth day and prior to the seventh day. Selah. It's kinda like what JC said about "great tribulation" in Mt 24:21 "was not since the beginning to this time, no, nor ever shall be". He gave law, great tribulation thereof, no place, hence no authority to be death unto him. As such, he could not be holden of death, for he gave law: sin and death, no place to be. Paul: neither give place to the devil (law) ...which things are an "allegory"(Galatians 4) and "mystery"(noted over 20 times). Hebrews 6:10 For God [is] not unrighteous to forget your work and labour of love, which ye have shewed toward his name, in that ye have ministered to the saints, and do minister. Hebrews Chapter 6 begins concluding God is not unrighteous. Neither does God forget your work(singular) and labour of love(void of fear), which "ye"(plural) have "shewed"(plural) toward his (God's) name... His name? Our Father, hallowed by thy name. What is the "name" of God, and the "name" of Jesus Christ, also the "name" by which ye are called, thy name, thy heavenly name? It's grace: "Grace unto you", the "name"(singular) above all names(plural), the "name" by which people got healed, the "name" by which we all are saved: delivered from the law, and live eternally, after we all get it: understanding = grace glory (Solomon: Proverbs 4:7). Hebrews 6:11 And we desire that every one of you do shew the same diligence to the full assurance of hope unto the end: The biblical word shew (plural of show) speaks of looking at twain, both sides now, to know which is witch. And in a fashion, Paul is not only the revelator, but also the faithful steward of the mysteries of God; So Paul often portrays both sides in a biblical shew, which is as looking at both dis-approved (law) and approved (grace), but then rightly dividing such to "approved unto God"... Study to "shew" thyself "approved" unto God (being the end of full assurance). We desire that every one (all of the second one man scenario of twain in Romans 5) of you (the second part of ye/you do shew the same (Jesus Christ "the same" yester day, to day, for ever) diligence (make an open shew of it, make it interesting) to the full assurance (only pure grace provides "full" assurance, for law of grace + law limits to not full, and makes grace "no more grace" when added, some thing less than graceful, merciful, peaceful)... to the full assurance of hope (hopefulness instead of hopelessness)...hope unto the end... the end. The end is written: "The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ with you all (you and all KofG within you). Contrary to popular unbelief Revelation doesn't end bad for any, because his angel plays the last trump it, followed by a singular "Amen" to that only (all grace, no mention of law at all); Not like the first dblemindead "Amen, amen" mentioned in Numbers, of the woman (church) being both blessed(graced) + cursed(lawed) by her priest. The woman, being deceived, was in the transgression: 1Timothy 2:14. But where no law, there no transgression: Romans 4:15. So the woman, being deceived, was in the law... which things are "allegory" and "mystery".

Hebrews 6: 12 That ye be not slothful, but followers of them who through faith and patience inherit the promises. What's the reason for shewing the same diligence to the full assurance of hope unto the end? That ye be not slothful! What's slothful? Strong's Concordance: slow, sluggish, indolent, dull, languid... the slothful all died and received not the promises nor the promise: eternal life. Rather be what? followers of them...(say what, I think more clarity is needed here)... them who through faith and patience inherit the promises... the promises(plural)? Hey, wait a minute: The faith hall of famers mentioned in Hebrews 11 didn't even get the promises, let alone the promise, so perhaps we need even more clarity (oh, how I love clarity about charity, to make things clear, plain, evident, obvious, infallible, immutable, understood by all, etc)... Hebrews 6:13 For when God made promise to Abraham, because he could swear by no greater, he sware by himself, God swearing? What would evangelicals say about such? Did not JC say God said: Swear not at all... for whatsoever is more than Yea, yea; Nay, nay cometh of evil Matthew 5:34-37). Perhaps then such swearing is of Moses' law swearing by itself, for His grace doesn't seem to be into swearing at all. Allegorically Abraham was told he'd get the promise when he was without child (allegory: when you grow up, put away child part of child/man)... promise comes automatically when we put away law of grace + law, resulting in the eternal life of His grace. As for the Abrahamic covenant, the only condition thereof was: "be ye perfect(graceful)", which is repeated in Matthew 5:48 and further noted in Luke 6:36 as being also "merciful", which grace is; For the only thing obtain-able at the "throne of grace" in Hebrews 4:16 is "mercy". Selah. Hebrews 6:14 Saying, Surely blessing I will bless thee, and multiplying I will multiply thee. The law, of commandments, speaks of "surely" die, from bad case of life + death = dead end. His grace speaks of surely live, "surely blessing", the "I will"(!) sort instead of the will I (?) sort which often accompany promises of law it can't even deliver without attaching itself to grace, thereby making grace "no more grace", as death added to life makes life no more life. Hebrews 6:15 And so, after he had patiently endured, he obtained the promise. Keep the faith, yes, but make sure it's the faith of the Son of God ("the faith" of two faiths), not blind faith in law, the schoolmaster witch failed every student (Romans 9:31); for those who had blind faith in the law got neither the promises nor the promise (Hebrews 11). Abraham "obtained" the promise, got an heir of his own family (the seed = Christ: is the end of the law), which allegorically speaks of coming boldly to the throne of grace (Hebrews 4:16) to "obtain" mercy, the merciful sort of mercy, and for all (not some only). Such is "the promise" of Grace: "I will never leave thee nor forsake thee", rather than the promise of Law: "I will forsake you". It's quite the allegorical game of seek and find, a shew having all the world as it's stage, also a twain shew and a God shew, even a multiple mystery (Colossians 2:2) with lots of twists to it. To solve it, stay alive, endure to the end alive unto God, requires not only

"take heed" (Mt 24) of being deceived, but "give more earnest heed" (Hebrews 2) to what's said: ask God for pure wisdom from above, nothing wavering (James 1); find grace, to "help" (Hebrews 4) "in time". The purpose of such things are allegory, written aforetime, is "our learning" (Romans 15:4), and to "get understanding" (Proverbs 4:7). For wisdom, understanding, enlightenment, and awareness thereof is so we never ever get duped by the law "of Moses" again, as we all obviously did by his line: "In the beginning God(plural)", as if an "eternal" God has a beginning(of days) or an end(of life)... NOT! or as if one (God) is plural (Elohyim)... NOT! Beginning 1: OT Law: Fear (hath torment) ... Broad way Beginning 2: NT Law: Sorrows (hath grief) ... Narrow way The End: Grace: neither fear nor sorrows ... More Excellent way Every good mystery writer likes to hook readers as deeply and quickly as possible, and it seems (from the evidence) no mystery writer hooked more of you all than old Moses. Selah. Hebrews 6:16 For men verily swear by the greater: and an oath for confirmation [is] to them an end of all strife. It's notably "men" who verily swear, and by the greater (of great/greater), who is come, and is here; But what "God our Saviour" will have is all "men"(plural) to be saved (by singular grace), AND all to be aware of what they're saved (delivered) from: the law. For it's not the operation of Jesus, but the "operation of God" which takes away the death of the law. What God will not have is swearing (law-ing), and what God will have is salvation (grace-ing), the eternal sort (of temporal/eternal salvations), which speaks of get it: understanding, even the globe-all sort... so none perish. What God will not have is sacrifice. What God will have is mercy. What God will not have is law. What God will have is grace. For the Lord is not willing that any should perish (all perish by the using of laws), but rather that all come to repentance, which speaks of chanGe, and of the end of the law, once and for all... even to the point of no mention of it(is finished) at all... To The Hebrews: Conclusion = Grace with you all. Amen. For as James 1:15 notes, sin(law) when it is finished, it brings forth death (not life). Selah. An oath for confirmation [is] to "them" an end of all strife. Yet if there were no lying, crying, and dying of them, being childish things to put away, there'd be no strife to bring an end to. A review of strife notes it being associated with envying, confusion, divisions, carnality, wrath (law worketh wrath), witchcraft, hatred, them, etc. "Where strife, there every evil (law) work". Evil work(singular)? Law! Example: "evil" concupiscence. To them pure law would be an end of strife, but in actuality pure law would be extinction, hence there is no such thing as pure law, only grace + law (for grace "is" and law was "added"), the law thereof being non eternal. In fact, according to JC in Mt 24:21, law never was nor ever shall be, but rather it's simply a counter part in a shew, to shew what grace is, in comparison to what grace is not: law; by "comparing (not mixing) spiritual things with spiritual": comparing law law with grace, as if comparing broadmindead & narrowmindead with more excellent minded Christ: the end of law. Point: Grace is sufficient is neither of two laws in Matthew 22: 36-40 and Romans 8:2. Hebrews 6:17 Wherein God, willing more abundantly to shew unto the heirs of

promise the immutability of his counsel, confirmed [it] by an oath: The God of all grace cannot lie(law) nor die(law), hence no need to make any oath to anyone but them; and for the sake of shew (look at this/that, twain, for comparison, a comparative teaching). God (grace) is more abundantly (more abundant is always associated with grace: where sin abounded grace did "much more" abound)... more abundantly willing to shew (law would rather have a cover up, called classified or need to know)...Grace is more abundantly will to shew unto the heirs of promise the "immutability" of his "counsel". Hebrews Chp 6 brings forth the fact there's no option at all in "immutable" (unchangeable by any means), yet there is enough "evidence" in such a law vs grace shew to make something "evident", learn from, to understand... for understanding, not faulty law, is what reigns among all in "heaven"(grace): "higher than the heavens"(laws). Hence in conjunction with "immutability" we have "counsel" rather than "must" of law: such "evil concupiscence" thereof law which even made Paul of Saul/Paul feel "wretched" (Romans 7); the source being "another law". Perfect Love: God: Grace void of fear(law), Mercy void of sacrifice, Peace void of division, never fails because God(Grace) isn't blind: God saw good x 6, very good 7th time: Genesis 1; And God (Grace) neither tempts(laws) nor can be tempted(lawed). So God cannot lie(law) nor die(law). Hebrews 6:18 That by two immutable things, in which [it was] impossible for God to lie, we might have a strong consolation, who have fled for refuge to lay hold upon the hope set before us: So it's confirmed, and by an oath. What is? That (of this/that), and by two "immutable" (fixed, unalterable) things: God(Grace) cannot lie(law) nor die(law) Aside from the fact law will not grace (since the ministration of law is the death of all: extinction; and all who died under Moses' law died without mercy: Hebrews), and grace cannot law (ministration of grace is life to all; and salvation is by grace), we have two things that are also fixed, also unalterable; one mentioned herein: God cannot lie (allegory: Grace cannot law) and one mentioned elsewhere: God cannot die. Just as law makes grace no more grace, so also grace makes law no more law. They are contrary things to be compared, not to be mixed, for the mixture thereof is an oxymoron, an oxyMORON with a BAD ending. For since grace is, law added, the only plausible mixture is grace + law, which is as life + death = a dead end. Hebrews 6:19 Which [hope] we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and stedfast, and which entereth into that within the veil; We (of they/we, similar to them/us, we all being one: us) all have an anchor of the soul, some sort of silver chord which cannot be severed; but many of them don't have an anchor of the soul, not one that is both sure and stedfast, gutsy enough to both dare look and see, even enter "into" what's "within" the veil, "that" of this/that... in him there is no sin (no law: no sin or death). In him there's no darkness(law: "shadow") at all. But the day of the LORD is darkness (Amos 5:18). So then "the LORD" is not "God", especially in the story of Noah's Ark. Hebrews 6:20 Whither the forerunner is for us entered, [even] Jesus, made an high priest for ever after the order of Melchisedec. Note: "Jesus" is a new "high" priest, or right of left/right law/law on high. "Christ" is

risen higher. So let's not stop at being right of left/right law/law on high, nor even at being right of law/grace; But let us go on, grow up higher, than what's right on high, which is still division and not peace. For the higher exhortation is: "mind not high things" and "be not highminded" in Romans 11, 12, 1Timothy 6; For in 2Timothy 3 "highminded" is listed among "unholy"(law) things. Selah. So let us go on unto perfection noted in Hebrews 13:25 being "Grace with you all. Amen." <- Chapter Index | Hebrews 7 : law produces infirmity -> Conclusion of Paul The Apostle To The Hebrews 13:25: "Grace with you all. Amen". Home Page - We are open to scrutiny: Email Us a comment on this page - Site Map
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