On the subject of eternal intercession (Hebrews 7:25) he says...
Christ saves finally, completely, perfectly and utterly. Here is no partial salvation, as many teach, leaving man to complete a work that Christ began. Here is no temporary salvation that can be lost through neglect or inadvertence. There would be no point in Christ's everlasting intercession if it did not secure an equally complete and durable salvation. A perfect Saviour must provide a perfect salvation for all 'who come to God through him'. But let us be sure that we do come through Christ, for he alone is 'the way, the truth and the life, and no one comes to the Father except through him'.Quoted from Chapter 21 'A Perfect Saviour' in A Glorious High Throne - Hebrews Simply Explained by Edgar Andrews (Welwyn Commentary Series).
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