« Envy Ephod, The Ephraim, Tribe Of »

Ephod, The

The emblem of the priestly office — Ho 3:4.

Worn by

The high priest. — 1Sa 2:28; 14:3.

Ordinary priests. — 1Sa 22:18.

Persons engaged in the service of God. — 1Sa 2:18; 2Sa 6:14.

Generally of linen. — 1Sa 2:18; 2Sa 6:14.

For the high priest

Commanded to be made. — Ex 28:4.

Made of offerings of the people. — Ex 25:4,7.

Made of gold, blue, purple, scarlet, &c. — Ex 28:6; 29:2,3.

Shoulders of, joined by onyx stones engraved with names of the twelve tribes of Israel. — Ex 28:7,9-12; 39:4,6,7.

Had a girdle of curious work. — Ex 28:8.

Breastplate of judgment inseparably united to. — Ex 28:25-28; 39:20,21.

Worn over the robe. — Ex 28:31; Le 8:7.

Fastened on with its own girdle. — Le 8:7.

Worn or held by him when consulted. — 1Sa 23:6,9-12; 30:7,8.

Used by idolatrous priests. — Jdj 8:27; 17:5; 18:14.

Israel deprived of, for sin. — Ho 3:4.

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