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- adj. Pontifical.
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Christ there were many types in the Aaronical priesthood of the law; of his intercession but one principally, — namely, that solemn entrance of the high priest with blood and incense into the holiest of holies, in the great anniversary sacrifice on the tenth day of the seventh month: on the which day, also, the great jubilee or joyful time of deliverance, typifying our deliverance by Christ, began.
Bells continue in the _Aaronical_ Order, to this day.
And He is none the less Son of David, Priest Aaronical, or
And He is none the less Son of David, Priest Aaronical, or Royal Priest Melchizedecan, in idea and spiritually, even if it be unproved, whether He were any of them in historic fact.
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Aaronical priesthood, that was fastened in a sure place, should be removed, be cut down, and fall; so he who has the key of David, which is Christ (Rev 3: 7), shall by God, as a nail, be fastened in
And as he was to go in thither but 'once a year,' so not then neither, unless clothed and adorned, with his Aaronical holy robes
Aaronical priesthood — wherein there was a succession of God’s own appointment — affirms, that it could not bring the church unto a perfect state, because the high priests died one after another, and so were many:
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