26. For such a high priest is indeed fitting for us—devout, innocent, undefiled, separated from sinners, having become higher than the heavens,
27. who does not have each day a necessity, just as the high priests,
first on behalf of his own sins to offer up sacrifices
then of the people,
for this he did once for all having offered up himself.
28. For the law appoints men having weakness as high priests, but the word of
Heil, Hebrews, 186-87, ABCBA.