3:1For this reason, holy brothers, marked out to have a part in heaven, give thought to Jesus the representative and high priest of our faith;
3:2Who kept faith with God who gave him his place, even as Moses did in all his house.
3:3And it was right for this man to have more honour than Moses, even as the builder of a house has more honour than the house.
3:4For every house has a builder; but the builder of all things is God.
3:5And Moses certainly kept faith as a servant, in all his house, and as a witness of those things which were to be said later;
3:6But Christ as a son, over his house; whose house are we, if we keep our hearts fixed in the glad and certain hope till the end.
3:7And so, as the Holy Spirit says, Today if you let his voice come to your ears,
3:8Be not hard of heart, as when you made me angry, on the day of testing in the waste land,
3:9When your fathers put me to the test, and saw my works for forty years.
3:10So that I was angry with this generation, and I said, Their hearts are in error at all times, and they have no knowledge of my ways;
3:11And being angry I made an oath, saying, They may not come into my rest.
3:12My brothers, take care that there is not by chance in any one of you an evil heart without belief, turning away from the living God:
3:13But give comfort to one another every day as long as it is still Today; so that no one among you may be made hard by the deceit of sin:
3:14For if we keep the substance of the faith which we had at the start, even till the end, we have a part with Christ;
3:15As it is said, Today if you will let his voice come to your ears, be not hard of heart, as when you made him angry.
3:16Who made him angry when his voice came to them? was it not all those who came out of Egypt with Moses?
3:17And with whom was he angry for forty years? was it not with those who did evil, who came to their deaths in the waste land?
3:18And to whom did he make an oath that they might not come into his rest? was it not to those who went against his orders?
3:19So we see that they were not able to go in because they had no belief.