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TITLE: Our Great High Priest
By Arlene Miner
03/27/06
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Referring to book of Hebrews
You are magnificent Lord Jesus,
Our great High Priest.
Awesome is Your love!
Great is Your mercy!
Wonderful are Your awsome deeds!

The Father declared,
By His oath, Jesus is the great High Priest.
He conquered death.
By His blood, the new covenant He gave.
He said, "The new makes the old obsolete.
By My new covenant,
I give a better hope
by which to draw near to God"

He entered heaven itself,
Seated at the right hand of God.
He serves in the sanctuary,
The true tabernacle of the Lord.
Appearing for us in God's presence,
He lives to intercede
For those who come to God through Him.

The veil torn down that we may enter in.
Since the way has been made,
Enter in, draw near to Him.
Can we neglect so great a privilege
For all that He has done!

Worship the Almight God.
With reverence and awe
Love and adore Him.
Offer to God a sacrifice of praise.
Jesus - our eternal High Priest.
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