Hebrews 10:26 — Hebrews 11:7
26 For when we 1sin willfully after receiving the knowledge of the 2truth, there 3ano longer remains a bsacrifice of bulls and goats for sins,
27 But a certain afearful expectation of bjudgment and cfervor of fire, which is to dconsume the adversaries.
28 aAnyone who has set aside the law of Moses dies without compassion on the testimony of btwo or three witnesses.
29 aBy bhow much do you think he will be thought worthy of 1worse punishment who has 2ctrampled underfoot the Son of God and has 3considered dthe blood of the covenant by which he was esanctified a common thing and has 4insulted the fSpirit of grace?
30 For we know Him who said, 1a“Vengeance is Mine; I will repay”; and again, b“The Lord will cjudge His people.”
31 It is a afearful thing to fall into the hands of the bliving God.
32 But call to mind the former days, in which, having been aenlightened, you endured a great bconflict of csufferings;
33 On one hand, being made a 1aspectacle both in breproaches and in afflictions, and on the other, having become cpartakers with those who are treated the same.
34 For you both sympathized with those in abonds and accepted with bjoy the plundering of your possessions, knowing that you yourselves have a 1better cpossession and one that abides.
35 Do not cast away therefore your aboldness, which has great 1breward.
36 For you have need of aendurance in order that, having done the 1will of God, you may obtain the 2bpromise.
37 “For in yet a very little while the Coming One will acome and will not delay.
38 But My arighteous one shall live bby 1faith; and if he shrinks back, My soul does not delight in him.”
39 But we are not of those who 1shrink back to 2ruin but of them who have faith to the 3againing of the soul.
1 Now 1afaith is the 2substantiation of things 3bhoped for, the 4conviction of things 5cnot seen.
2 For in this the elders have obtained a good atestimony.
3 1By faith we understand that the 2auniverse has been framed by the 3bword of God, so that what is seen has not come into cbeing out of things which appear.
4 By faith aAbel offered to God a 1more excellent sacrifice than bCain, through which he obtained the ctestimony that he was righteous, God dtestifying to his gifts; and through 2faith, though he has died, he still espeaks.
5 By faith aEnoch was translated so that he should not see death; and he was not found, because God had translated him. For before his translation he obtained the btestimony that he had been well pleasing to God.
6 But without faith it is impossible to 1be well pleasing to Him, for he who acomes forward to God must believe that He is and that He is a rewarder of those who 2bdiligently seek Him.
7 By faith aNoah, having been divinely instructed concerning things not yet seen and being moved by pious fear, bprepared an ark for the salvation of his house, through which he condemned the world, and became cheir of the righteousness which is according to faith.