When they become part of this New Covenant, all their sins will be canceled! For I will justify them, which is the root of all true knowledge of God. The tabernacle in Hebrews means either the tent of meeting in the wilderness (Hebrews 9:2; Hebrews 9:21) or in a pictorial way the Jewish order of service (Hebrews 9:8; Hebrews 13:10). merciful. It is what separates it from all other systems. The only occurrence of the word in the plural. 385-386.) On the contrary, there is remission for sin, wholly on the ground of the one great Sacrifice that put sin away. First, a sinner is pardoned: then he knows God, as gracious and merciful then God's laws are written on his heart: he is God's, and God is his. (It should be stated what was overlooked at verse10, that another likeness between them is that in each case the relation of God and people holds good.) I was a blasphemer, saith Paul (that was a grievous sin against the first table), I was a persecutor (that was a great sin against the second table), yet I obtained mercy; why then should any one despair. of Christ. expressive of God's forgiveness of it, which is a very Hebrews 8:11-12. shall not be found; God will never charge them with them, or The words “and their iniquities” are omitted by the best authorities. I refer to the shallow, thoughtless rendering of "justified" by the words "just-as-if-I'd never sinned." Thus is fulfilled the prediction that our great High Priest should finish transgression, make an end of sin, make reconciliation for iniquity, and bring in everlasting righteousness. 1 Thess. In pardoning and justifying a sinner, God reckons to the sinner the whole, undiminished value of the work of Christ on the Cross, although justified ones may not fully realize what has been done. Hebrews 8 – A New, Better Covenant A. Jesus, our heavenly priest. Let us see them to confession, and we shall never see them to our confusion. in N. T. here only, but frequently in LXX, e. g. 1 Kings 3:13; Jeremiah 2:22; Jeremiah 18:23; Ezekiel 12:2; Hosea 10:13 &c.), and of their sins (see var. by Trussel.) ἀδικίαι] in the plural, in the N. T. only here, but of frequent occurrence with the LXX. Peculiarities. 1 of 1. Hebrews 8:12. Wesley's Hebrews 8:12 Bible Commentary. It is nearing the point where its power and its right to exist will both cease! Will I remember no more] Nihil oblivisci solet praeter iniurias, saith Cicero of Caesar. This third better promise is united to the former by , showing that the forgiveness of sins or God’s grace is fundamental to any possible renewal and maintenance of covenant. Lit. .! Greek. Such is the superiority of the new dispensation, to which the old was merely preparatory. Hebrews Commentary: How can I get to Heaven? 31:34. Hebrews 8:12. Observe, lastly, The aggravating names here given to sin, it is called unrighteousness, because nothing can be more unequal and unjust, than for man to sin against God his Creator, his ruler and benefactor; and iniquity, or a transgression of the law, and erring and swerving from the rule of holiness, which we are to walk by. Merciful to their unrighteousness; pardon their sins, and not so remember as to punish them. will forgive and forget the same. Amplified: For I will be merciful and gracious toward their sins and I will remember their deeds of unrighteousness no more. But as we have seen in Hebrews 13:20, an eternal covenant is found, and the contracting parties are "the God of peace" on the one hand, and "the Great Shepherd of the sheep" on the other. Does not this lie in the basement, so to speak, of many a Christian heart? The old covenant failed because God found fault with them. ; but the apostle adds it for the sake of giving to the discourse greater weight; ch. a) … In saying a new covenant, he hath made the first old. All spiritual evil against the nature and law of God is represented here under the following terms: -. therefore he pardons freely; it is large and abundant, and hence In those sacrifices there was a "remembrance made of sins year by year" on the great Day of Atonement (Heb. Merciful (ιλεως — hileōs). For I will be merciful to their unrighteousness: this for states the cause of all the former acts promised in the gospel covenant, as regenerating, illuminating, adopting, and God’s gracious removing all sins that might hinder the communication of these and all other good to his covenanted ones; God, in and by the administration of this covenant, ratified by his blood, propitiating him, will of his free mercy pardon, blot out, and take away, Hebrews 2:17, and thereby free them from the guilt, power, and punishment of their original and actual unrighteousness; implying his reconciliation to, and free acceptance of, their persons in Jesus Christ, on whose account it is he dealeth so graciously with them in all things, Isaiah 55:7-9 1 John 4:9. Please distinguish carefully this wonderful word here: I will remember them no more, from "remembering against." For ... - The third of "the better promises" (Hebrews 8:6). On the kindred word “make propitiation,” see Hebrews 2:17. . And their iniquities. and their iniquities — not found in Vulgate, Syriac, Coptic, and one oldest Greek manuscript; but most oldest manuscripts have the words (compare Hebrews 10:17). For ἁμαρτία sinsee on Matthew 1:21; and for both ἀδικία and ἁμαρτία , see on 1 John 1:9. Hebrews 8:12. remember no more — Contrast the law, Hebrews 10:3. (1-2) A summary of points previously made regarding Jesus as our High Priest. 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We are now in the long interval before the coming of the seventieth heptad. Hebrews 8:8; Hebrews 8:5.— οὐ μὴ μνησθῶ ἔτι, I will remember no more) Comp. The quotation is from James 31:31-34. It was true that it contemplated pardon, and made arrangements for it; but it is still true that this is much more prominent in the new dispensation than in the old. The pardon is spoken of not as a gift to individuals, but rather as from the first a characteristic of the covenant (Hebrews 9:26; Hebrews 10:18). Hebrews 10:11-18 Christ’s Death Perfects The Sanctified. This, therefore, is God's method. That is, sin; for all unrighteousness is sin, being contrary to This is the longest I’ve preached on one book of the Bible. Their sins of the former time will be no more a reason for penalty. The word "against" is often added.in quoting this subject which is incorrect, for God never did remember a sin against a man after he had been forgiven. "and this will be my covenant with them when I … 9, beginning with Neh. Commentary. “Thy law is within my heart” is the saying of one Psalmist; “Thou forgavest the iniquity of my sin,” of another. (Cf. He is a forgiving God, Nehemiah 9:31. Greek. 'All Shall Know Me' Hebrews 8:12 - IV. Jeremiah 120; Colossians 2:14. Hebrews 8 Commentary, this 12 volume, chapter by chapter commentary of 4,800 sermon outlines and 24,000 homiletic references Hebrews 8:2 A minister of the sanctuary, and of the true tabernacle, which the Lord pitched, and not … The superior *apostle 3:1-4:13. God is merciful to the unrighteousness of people and their sins are remembered no more. The conclusion drawn by the apostle from I will remember them no more, is given in Chapter 10:18, and exactly befits the object of the epistle here: "Now where remission of these is, there is no more offering for sin." καὶ τῶν ἁμαρτιῶν καὶ τῶν ἀνομιῶν αὐτῶν] LXX. For I will be merciful to their unrighteousness,.... That is, sin; for all unrighteousness is sin, being contrary to the justice of God, and his righteous law: and the phrase is expressive of God's forgiveness of it, which is a very considerable article of the covenant of grace; mercy is the spring and original of pardon; it is what God delights in, and therefore he pardons freely; it is large and abundant, and hence he pardons fully; and this lays a foundation for hope in sensible sinners: and the way and means, in and by which God pardons, is the propitiatory sacrifice of his Son; and the word here rendered "merciful", signifies "propitious"; God pardons none but those to whom he is pacified, or rendered propitious by Christ; there is no mercy, nor pardon, but through him; he pardons on the foot of reconciliation and satisfaction for sin by Christ; so that forgiveness of sin is an act of justice, as well as of mercy; or it is an act of mercy streaming through the blood and sacrifice of Christ. (Daniel Contin. The inner ground of this communion with God and this knowledge of Him. ", To report dead links, typos, or html errors or suggestions about making these resources more useful use the convenient, Baker Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology, Hastings' Dictionary of the New Testament, The Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary, Watson's Biblical & Theological Dictionary, International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, I will be merciful to their unrighteousness -, For I will be merciful to their unrighteousness … -, For I will be merciful to their unrighteousness, And their sins and their iniquities will I remember no more, To their unrighteousness, and their sins and iniquities. old one, or the former dispensation; in which, though there were 1 John 5:17. 64-68AD. Ver. Under the old covenant, the people remembered their sins (Hebrews 10:3)and were never free of them. Then he adds, "I will remember their sins and their lawless deeds no more. Hebrews 8:12. Hebrews 10:17 : comp. This point will be dealt with in detail by the comments on Hebrews 10:3. Hebrews 9:16-22 Christ’s Death is Necessary. That we can never understand aright the glory and excellency of pardoning mercy, unless we are convinced of the greatness and vileness of our sins is these several aggravations of them. And he went out, not knowing where he was going. See Appendix E2, Calvin’s Commentaries [Baker], p. I will be merciful, [ hileoos (Greek #2436)] - propitious; the Hebrew caalach (Hebrew #5545) is always used to God only in relation to men. 13 In that he saith, A new covenant, he hath made the first old. And their sins and their iniquities will I remember no We'll send you an email with steps on how to reset your password. spring and original of pardon; it is what God delights in, and Copyright © 2021, Bible Study Tools. many typical sacrifices, and a typical removal of sin, yet there So A Delta f. Not in B 'Aleph ('), Vulgate, Syriac, Coptic (perhaps from Hebrews 10:17). Their sins and their iniquities ( τῶν ἁμαρτιῶν αὐτῶν ). How could God remember sins which Christ has put completely and forever away by His sacrifice? Let no man deceive you here, saying that believers must pass into at least the first part of the seventieth week. In Hebrews 8:2; Hebrews 9:11 the word tabernacle however means the heavenly sanctuary. And their sins and their iniquities will I remember no more; by which are meant all kind of sin, original and actual; sins before and after conversion; every sin but that against the Holy Ghost, and that God's covenant people are never guilty of; these God remembers no more; he casts them behind his back, and into the depths of the sea, so that when they are sought for, they shall not be found; God will never charge them with them, or punish them for them: this is another phrase to express the forgiveness of sins, and distinguishes the new covenant from the old one, or the former dispensation; in which, though there were many typical sacrifices, and a typical removal of sin, yet there was a remembrance of it every year. Learn more. 1. Hebrews 8:12. But in regard to the nation there was failure. more; Moses and the apostles of Christ spoke the same things, only Moses taught in parables, representing spiritual and heavenly things under the vail of things which were carnal and earthly. Hebrews 9:1-10 Limitation in The Earthly Sanctuary. Comp. A look through the book of Hebrews to learn more about who Jesus Is! Септуагинта несколько расширяет последнее предложение Иер. Now "just-as-if-I'd never sinned" not only looks at our escape from punishment as the chief object to be attained at the Cross, but minimizes that Divine forsaking and judgment, that sparing not of His own Son, as well as the unutterable glory of being placed in that Son and one with Him. To all, the former covenant (like the first Tabernacle, Hebrews 9:9) was a parable, explained only when the new covenant (which was in truth before the old, Galatians 3:17) was “ordained.”. Let us but remember our sins with grief, and God will forget them. 12.Merciful—In consequence of the existing spirit of permanent obedience, and of penitence for unrighteousness or short comings. Salem Media Group. All of these shall not only be for the present blotted out, but his mercy will be so great and certain through Christ, that he will neither punish them for them, nor charge them to them; he will abundantly pardon, and for ever take them away, so as if they be sought for they shall not be found, Hebrews 10:3,14 Isa 43:25 Micah 7:18,19. The contrast in this verse is that the sins would be remembered no more. ’ “For I will be merciful to their iniquities, and their sins will I remember no more.”. They did not continue in His covenant, in spite of His kindness. It starts the salvation process off. sinners: and the way and means, in and by which God pardons, is Here is given the third and chief promise: the characteristic of the new covenant is the full pardon of sin. They have nothing to do with the Church, with the times of the Gentiles. The forgiveness of sins is, and will be, the root of this new state of inward grace and knowledge of the Lord. I will be their God, and they will be my people. Commentary on Hebrews 8:1-6 (Read Hebrews 8:1-6) The substance, or summary, of what had been declared was, that Christians had such a High Priest as they needed. was a remembrance of it every year. ’ “For I will be merciful to their iniquities, and their sins will I remember no more.” This third better promise is united to the former by , showing that the forgiveness of sins or God’s grace is fundamental to any possible renewal and maintenance of covenant. The essential promises of the new covenant were not unknown under the old. The sins of His people are for ever buried in their Savior's grave, and when they are sought for they shall not be found. he pardons fully; and this lays a foundation for hope in sensible Hebrews 9:11-15 Christ Opens The Inner Sanctuary. I will by no means remember any more. Designation of the alienation from God in its single outbreaks and forms of manifestation. Hebrews 8:12: For I will forgive their wickedness and will remember their sins no more."Jer. 2:15-16).) ou me, as Hebrews 8:11. To their unrighteousness, and their sins and iniquities] All kinds and degrees of sins, Exodus 34:6-7, Micah 7:17. Hebrews 8:1, 2 The Enthroned Servant Christ; Hebrews 8:5 The True Ideal; Hebrews 8:10 Articles of the New Covenant: God's Welting on the Heart; Hebrews 8:11 - III. and write them on their hearts. "merciful", signifies "propitious"; God pardons none but those to it is an act of mercy streaming through the blood and sacrifice Long ago, in Jeremiah’s day, God showed by His promise of a new covenant that the former one had done its work; was antiquated and virtually obsolete. Jesus, High Priest of a Better Covenant. “In other places also is the verb סָלַח given in the LXX by the formula ἵλεώς εἰμι: always of God only, in reference to men; sometimes absolutely, 3 Kings 8:30, 39; 2 Chronicles 6:21; Amos 7:2; but generally with a dative, either of the person whom God forgives, Numbers 14:20; Jeremiah 5:1; Jeremiah 5:7; Jeremiah 27:20 (50:20), or the sins which are forgiven, 1 (3) Kings 8:34, 36, 50; Jeremiah 43:3 (Jeremiah 36:3).” Bleek) to their iniquities (plur. Hebrews 8:12. ὅτι, because) The forgiveness of sins, the root of all benefits and of all knowledge of the Lord.— ταῖς ἀδικίαις αὐτῶν, to their unrighteousnesses) The abstract for the concrete: sin is abolished; sinners obtain grace or favour.— καὶ τῶν ἀνομιῶν αὐτῶν, and their iniquities) This is not found in the Hebrew nor in the LXX. He does not minister afar off from God, like earthly priests, but is already "made higher than the heavens," and at the right hand of his Father pleads evermore for us. Hebrews 11:8 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] Hebrews 11:8, NIV: "By faith Abraham, when called to go to a place he would later receive as his inheritance, obeyed and went, even though he did not know where he was going." because (not, as Michaelis on Peirce, “shall know me, that:” but ὅτι is the causal particle: see above, and cf. I will be merciful — Greek, “propitious”; the Hebrew, “{salach},” is always used of God only in relation to men. Hebrews 8:12, KJV: "For I will be merciful to their unrighteousness, and their sins and their iniquities will I remember no more." This is not Christian truth. The greatest trial and act of faith upon record is, Abraham's offering up Isaac, Ge 22:2. That the covenant of grace fully assures us, that there are riches of grace, and abundance of pardoning mercy in God, which disposes him, for Christ's sake, to be merciful to penitent sinners' unrighteousness, and to remember their transgressions no more, how many and heinous soever they have been. And when he forgets their sins, he will have their persons in everlasting remembrance, Psalms 112:6. ὅτι] not: “that” (Michaelis, ad Peirc. and Easy English translation; ALEXANDER MACLAREN. Commentary – English; Comentario – Español; ... iv. For, etc. For I will be merciful to their unrighteousness … - That is, the blessing of “pardon” will be much more richly enjoyed under the new dispensation than it was under the old. ), but: for. Try it for 30 days FREE. This is the great fundamental promise of the covenant of grace, pardon of sin. California - Do Not Sell My Personal Information. reconciliation and satisfaction for sin by Christ; so that For I will be merciful to their unrighteousness. There will be a level of piety unknown to the olden time, by which God’s mercies will be an ever-flowing stream. All sins and blasphemies shall be forgiven to the sons of men Matthew 12:31. This reference to the Old Testament will be repeated often through the Book of Hebrews. This subject has presented difficulties, because it has been forgotten that this Scripture speaks of no sudden change in man’s relation to God. of Hebrews 11:8, ESV: "By faith Abraham obeyed when he was called to go out to a place that he was to receive as an inheritance. Please enter your email address associated with your Salem All-Pass account, then click Continue. Jesus Is . ἵλεως ἔσομαι ταῖς ἀδικίαις αὐτῶν] I will be gracious ( אֶסֶלֵח) to their unrighteousnesses, i.e. 12 For I will forgive their wickedness. Forgiveness of sins is the root of this new state of inward knowledge of the Lord. Learn, 2. Learn hence, 1. This, therefore, is God's method. Old Attic adjective for ιλαος — hilaos common in the lxx, only here in N.T., from which ιλασκομαι — hilaskomai comes (Luke 18:13). Learn more Start my trial Back . Sin being abolished, sinners obtain grace. Hebrews 10:1-10 Animal Sacrifices Are Insufficient. See Matthew 16:22. unrighteousness. For ἀδικία see on 2 Peter 2:13. by which are meant all kind of sin, original and actual; sins In the word "atonement" (Heb. Hebrews is a book deeply rooted in the Old Testament. Ghost, and that God's covenant people are never guilty of; these And their sins and their iniquities will I remember no more; all the breaches of God’s law by commissions or omissions, whatever they may be for number or for aggravation, he will always through Christ save his covenanted ones from them all, Matthew 1:21 Romans 3:21-26. Under the old covenant, the people remembered their sins (, and were never free of them. ἵλεως ἔσομαι ταῖς ἀδικίαις αὐτῶν] I will be gracious (אֶסֶלֵח) to their unrighteousnesses, i.e. ), but: for. In verses 8-12, Paul quotes from Jeremiah 31:31-34.The writer begins by telling us that God found fault with the men of old, and this leads to the quotation from Jeremiah 31 in Hebrews 8:8.. From the failures of the past, Jeremiah turned his vision to the future. He was wont to forget nothing but shrewd turns. considerable article of the covenant of grace; mercy is the Will I remember no more - This is evidently spoken after the manner of men, and in accordance with human apprehension. The theme of the Day of Atonement is reconciliation, becoming at one with God through the forgiveness of sin. I will have mercy. 3 The Son is the radiance of God's glory and the exact representation of his being, sustaining all things by his powerful word. Article Images Copyright © 2021 Getty Images unless otherwise indicated. Let them never be ashamed of being called his people, nor of any of those who are truly so, how much soever despised in the world. the conclusion, Isaiah 33:24. That was comparatively severe in its inflictions (see Hebrews 10:28); marked every offence with strictness, and employed the language of mercy much less frequently than that of justice. I will be merciful] I will be propitious through Christ, the propitiation for our sins, 1 John 2:2. ibid. ca. ( NASB: Lockman) Greek: hoti hileos esomai ( 1SFMI) tais adikiais auton, kai ton amartion auton ou me mnestho ( 1SAPS) eti. Hebrews 8:12 "FOR I WILL BE MERCIFUL TO THEIR INIQUITIES, AND I WILL REMEMBER THEIR SINS NO * MORE ." And of our Henry VI it is storied that he was of that happy memory that he never forgat anything but injury. The first covenant was made with the posterity of Abraham, in the line of Isaac and Jacob; the second with those that are Christ's, who are Abraham's seed, and heirs according to the promise. Now that which decayeth and waxeth old is ready to vanish away. adikia (plural) App-128. hileos. whom he is pacified, or rendered propitious by Christ; there is no. 12. Hebrews 8:12. This would merely seek to view the pardoned sinner as being restored to the position in which Adam was before he sinned. And (we know, for it is a general truth) that which is becoming antiquated, which is already obsolescent, and is daily growing feebler with age, is nigh to vanishing away. Learn, 3. His salvation shall be for ever, and His righteousness shall not be abolished. Sin being abolished, sinners obtain grace. How this is to be understood the writer himself will teach, for all these promises are present (virtually or formally) in the last portion of his argument (Hebrews 10:14-18). It is there the leading idea. This is the center, the crown, the glory of the new dispensation. This is a mixture, and results in a state of mind scarcely able to understand God when He says, "Their sins will I remember no more." Hebrews has 29 quotations and 53 allusions to the Old Testament, for a total of 82 references. Their sins are not charged upon them, and they are no more punished than if they had passed entirely out of the recollection. before and after conversion; every sin but that against the Holy All rights reserved. merely: καὶ τῶν ἁμαρτιῶν αὐτῶν, in accordance with the Hebrew: וּלְחַטָּאתָם לֹא אֶזְכָּר־עו ̇ד. None but God is speaking here, in His sovereignty and in His grace. God showed mercy under the old, and the passages that show it are too numerous to mention. because they will all know me, from the least of them to the greatest. merciful (Greek - ἵλεως ). 11 No longer will they teach their neighbor, or say to one another, ‘Know the Lord,’. forgiveness of sin is an act of justice, as well as of mercy; or For God tells us that He did not appoint us unto wrath, and in the same epistle tells us that the measured (or appointed) wrath is come on them (the Jews) to the uttermost. k and I will remember their sins no more." Mark: these seventy heptads (weeks) were decreed "upon thy (Daniel's) people and upon thy holy city" (Jerusalem). Christians continue to have their sins canceled, on the basis of 1 John 1:5-10., " For I will be merciful to their iniquities , And I will remember their sins no more . "My sins are under the blood." 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