24. For Christ did not enter into "holy things" made by hands,
a copy of the true ones, but into heaven itself,
now to be manifested in the presence of God on behalf of us.
25. Not that repeatedly he might offer himself,
26. just as the high priest enters into "the holy things"
each year with blood not his own,
since then it would be necessary for him repeatedly
to suffer from the founding of the world.
But now once at the completion of the ages for the removal of sin
through his sacrifice he has appeared.
27. And just as it is appointed for men to die once, and after this judgment,
28. so also the Christ offered once "to offer up the sins of many",
a second time without sin will be seen, by those eagerly awaiting him, for salvation.
Heil, Hebrews, 249, ABCDCBA.