The Melchizedek is a surname to the Assyrian king who rushed for the support of his own countryman, Abraham. By the way, during the time of Abraham, Talmud which again is an Assyrian word for "discipline" was not yet in existence.Does Melchizedek abideth?
Yet, in the days when the Apostle Paul lived and wrote, shortly after Jesus ascended to heaven as High Priest, the scripture states that even then Melchizedek "abideth "—which means does now abide—"a priest continually." The Moffatt translation states it: "continues to be priest permanently" even while Jesus Christ is High Priest!Are You a priest for Ever After the way of Melchizedek?
The LORD hath sworn, and will not repent: 'Thou art a priest for ever After the manner of Melchizedek.' YHWH has sworn, and does not relent, “You [are] a priest for all time, According to the order of Melchizedek.”Where does the Bible mention Melchizedek in the Bible?
This is reflected in the only other place in Scripture where Melchizedek is mentioned: in Psalms 110:4, where we read, ". . . you are a priest forever because of the speech of Melchizedek." Because of Melchizedek's ill-chosen speech, the priesthood was taken from him and given to the seed of Abraham forever. 3