The Changing of the Priestly Order in Christ
Christ is the High Priest according to the priestly order of Melchizedek.
Since the priestly order has changes, so has the law governing the priesthood.
For when the priesthood is changed, out of necessity also law came to be changed, Hebrews 7:12
Our Priestly Service
Communication with God
Worship is one of the most common forms of communication the christian is involved with. It is giving God credit for what He has done.
Defined in Revelation 4:10, 11 The twenty-four elders fall before the One seated upon the throne, and will worship the One who lives into the ages of the ages, and they will cast their victors wreaths before the throne saying, “You are worthy, our Lord and God, the Holy, to receive glory and honor and power because You created all things and through Your desirous will all things are and they were created. “
This is typically the first type of communication the New Testament priest will begin communication with the Father and is done on a continual basis. 1 Thessalonians 5:17
Making a request to God
And this is the confidence which we have facing Him, that if, perhaps, we should ask according to His desirous will, He hears us. And if perhaps we intuitively know that He hears us, that which we should ask for we intuitively know that we have the thing we request which we asked from Him , 1 John 5:14, 15
This type of communication is not to fulfill all the desires of our flesh, but to provide us what we need according to His desirous will.
You ask and do not receive because you ask wrong in order that by your own pleasures you should consume it, James 4:3
Typically done after worship and supplication with thanksgiving, Philippians 4:6
Expressing and attitude of gratitude for what God has done.
And all which you should do, in word or in work, all in the character of the Lord Jesus Christ, giving thanks to God the Father through Him, Colossians 3:17
The fruit of our lips confessing His character
Therefore, through Him we offer the sacrifice of praise through all to the God, that is, the fruit of our lips confessing His name, Hebrews 13:15
A cry for help
Do not be anxious but in all things with worship and supplication after thanksgiving let your request be made known to God, Philippians 4:6
Communicating to God on behalf of another
Therefore, I encourage you first to make supplication, worship, intercession, thanksgiving concerning all men, 1 Timothy 2:1
Saying the same thing about sin that God is saying. This is done when we sin and is agreeing with God that our action is sin.
If perhaps we should confess our sins, He is faithful and righteous in order that He should forgive our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness, 1 John 1:9
confess means to say the same thing.
Committing to do something if God permits
and the vow of faith will save the mentally ill one and the Lord will raise him up and sins which he has done will be forgiven him, James 5:15
The mental illness is caused by a person’s conscience rebuking them for their actions against another saint.
Recognizing His ownership of your body, Romans 12:1
The fruit of our lips confessing His character, Hebrews 13:15
Doing that which is beneficial, Hebrews 13:16
Gathering and sharing in common with other saints, Hebrews 13:16
Providing financial support for the ministry, Philippians 4:18
Taking God at His Word, Philippians 2:17