For centuries, the image of Aaron the high priest standing between the living and the dead swinging his smoking censer had been considered a type of Christ, whose hands were stretched out on the cross, placed between two dying thieves. One man died in unbelief and the other man sought redemption, receiving eternal life (see Luke 23:39-43). Some Hebrews died of the plague and others lived because of the intercession of the high priest. The cross became the eternal bridge that brings life to those dying with the plague of sin.

From Page 294 of the Perry Stone Hebraic Prophetic Old Testament Study Bible

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