Your list from Hebrews probably looks a lot like mine. Just for easy reference, though, this might be helpful to have on hand for the podcast. I hope you will be there. Tonight at 7. It will be here https://livestream.com/whcoc/for-women/videos/151935596 and also on Facebook Live (Check the group page).
4:14—He is great. He has passed into the heavens, He is Jesus, God’s Son.
4:15—He is touched with our infirmities and tempted in every way that we are tempted.
5:5—He did not grasp the door of being priest for himself.
5:6—He was begotten of God.
5:7—He offered prayers and pleadings and confessed His fears to the One who could save Him..
5:8—Though He was a son, he learned obedience through suffering.
5:9—Being perfected He became the author of eternal salvation to those who obey.
5:10—He was called by God after Melchisedek’s order.
6:20—He has gone beyond the torn vail.
7:2—He is also King of Righteousness and King of Peace.
7:3—He is a continual priest without father, mother, descent, beginning or end.
7:8—He lives and receives tithes.
7:10—He is not of Aaron’s order.
7:14—He is not from the priestly tribe, but of Judah.
7:16—He was not made priest by a fleshly commandment, but by the authority of His resurrection and endless life.
7:20—He was made a priest forever with an oath from God (Psalm 110:4)..
7:22—He is our assurance of a better covenant with God.
7::24—He is the singular high priest in an unchangeable priesthood.
7:25—He lives to keep on interceding.
7:26—He is holy, harmless, undefiled, separate from sinners, and higher than the heavens.
7:27—He does not have to daily offer. He did that once and for all.
8:1—He has sat down on God’s right hand.
8:2—He ministers in a sanctuary and tabernacle not made with men’s hands.
8:3—He had to have a gift, as priests do.
8::6—His ministry as priest is more excellent. His covenant is better. It is based on better promises.
9:11—He is a high priest of good things yet to come. Ministers in a tabernacle not made with hands.
9:12—He offers His own blood rather than blood of bulls and goats, having already obtained our redemption.
9:14—This priest offered Himself (He is both the priest and the spotless sacrifice.), so that He can purge our consciences.
9:15—He is the mediator of the New Testament, involving an eternal inheritance.
9:24—He did not go into the physical tabernacle to minister, but into heaven, going to God in our behalf.
9:26—He put away sin by sacrificing Himself.
9:28—He was only once offered to bear the sins of many. He will appear the second time to save us eternally.
10:11,12—He offered once and then sat down on the right hand of the throne till all enemies are subdued.
10:14—By one offering, He completed our sanctification.
10:20—Consecrated a new way for us through His torn vail/flesh.
10:21—He is the authority over the house of God.
10:22—He sprinkles our hearts, purifies our consciences, and washes our bodies.