H E B R E W S.
In this chapter the apostle continues his
discourse upon the priesthood of Christ, a sweet subject, which he
would not too soon dismiss. And here, I. He explains the nature of
the priestly office in general, ver.
1-3. II. The proper and regular call there must be to
this office, ver. 4-6.
III. The requisite qualifications for the work, ver. 7-9. IV. The peculiar order of the
priesthood of Christ; it was not after the order of Aaron, but of
Melchisedec, ver. 6, 7,
10. V. He reproves the Hebrews, that they had not made
those improvements in knowledge which might have made them capable
of looking into the more abstruse and mysterious parts of