The New Covenant Intercessor

After mediating the Law Covenant, Moses did not leave the people to their own devices, but was still interested in them. So much was he devoted to them that, he became mediator in the sense of reconciler or intercessor with God on their behalf. The first occasion for this came soon after the covenant had been ratified. (Ex. 32: 30-32.) Similarly, the mediator of the New Covenant does not leave to their own devices those who have entered into that arrangement, but continues to be interested in their welfare, so that it is written,

“If any man sin, we have an advocate [or helper] with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous.” (1 John 2 : 1.)

He ever lives to make intercession for them that have come unto God by Him (Heb. 7: 25), and is therefore able to save them to the uttermost, being the surety of this better covenant. It is necessary to be remembered, too, that His priestly office of Intercessor is based on His Mediatorship of the New Covenant just as Moses’ intercession for fleshly Israel was based on his mediatorship of the Law Covenant. (It had been the divine intention to vest the two offices permanently in Moses; but on his demurral (Ex. 4: 10-16) Aaron was given him for spokesman, and he subsequently occupied the high-priestly office, thus becoming a type of Christ as Intercessor. — (Heb. 7: 20-28.) And as Moses did not intercede for other people, outside the covenant relationship, neither does Jesus act as Intercessor for any outside the New Covenant relationship. Now Jesus is the Mediator of a better covenant.

“now but more excellent he has obtained a service by as much also of a better he is covenant a mediator, which on better promises has been instituted.” (Heb 8:6 Diaglot)

He is the Mediator because He gave “a ransom for all.” He is Intercessor

“by how much also He is the Mediator of a better covenant.”

These offices of our blessed Saviour are interdependent; none can be wholly a success without the others. The Ransom is the foundation; the Mediatorial office for the negotiation of the New Covenant is based on that foundation; the Mediatorial office for Intercession is the third course of the structure.



“But now hath he obtained a more excellent ministry, by how much also he is the mediator of a better covenant, which was established upon better promises.” (Heb 8:6 Webster)


“For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus; Who gave himself a ransom for all, to be testified in due time.” (1Ti 2:5-6 Webster)


“For other foundation can no man lay than that which is laid, which is Jesus Christ.” (1Co 3:11 Webster)




The Abrahamic Covenant and Seed of Abraham

The Law Covenant 1 Messenger and Mediator Moses

The Law Covenant 2 Weak through the flesh

The Law Covenant 3 Better Promises

The New Covenant Victim and Mediator


Additional reading

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  2. Authority from the One God to one mediator between God and men
  3. Words of Jesus preached with authority and conviction and fishes to fry
  4. Infinite payment of sin by the son of God
  5. Marriage of Jesus 10 Old and New Covenant
  6. Mediator
  7. To turn the world into a “vessel” receptive of God
  8. An atoneless religious system or a hope giving religious system
  9. Unless I wash you, you have no part with me
  10. Do you believe what Christ’s Apostles taught?
  11. Jesus begotten Son of God #10 Coming down spirit or flesh seed of Eve
  12. Jesus begotten Son of God #14 Beloved Preminent Son and Mediator originating in Mary



  1. The Unlikely Conflation of Being a Levite and a Mediator
  2. The Father’s Kingdom Revealed
  3. The Need for an Arbitrator
  4. Jesus Intercedes
  5. Christ The Mediator
  6. Daily bible passage – 5/20/18 For there is one God and one Mediator between God and men, the Man Christ Jesus,
  7. Jesus, the One Mediator (1 Tim. 2:3—6)
  8. The Only Mediator
  9. There Is No Other Savior
  10. Sonnets for my Savior 8

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