This article looks at Exodus 28 and Leviticus 16 to discuss the typology of the Old Testament high priest as foreshadowing the work of Christ. The article gives attention to the designation of the high priest, his dress (the ephod, breastplate, mitre), and his deeds (atonement, so described in Leviticus 16).
Looking at the glorified body of Christ descrdibed in John 20:27 in relationship to Hebrews 2:10, this article shows that Jesus's glorified body has scars and wounds on it. This is crucial in order to show the permanence of the priesthood of Christ. Christ's glorified body reassures us that just as Christ's sufferings were and are eternally purposeful, so are ours; scars and wounds are not contrary to perfection.
Looking at the role of the high priest from the Old Testament, this article shows how Christ was pictured in this role, and encourages Christians to draw near to God under the High Priest, Christ Jesus.