« Measures Meat Offerings Medo-Persian Kingdom »

Meat Offerings

Were most holy — Le 6:17.

Consisted of

Fine flour. — Le 2:1.

Unleavened cakes baked in the oven. — Le 2:4.

Fine flour baked in a pan. — Le 2:5.

Fine flour baked in a frying pan. — Le 2:7.

Green ears of corn parched. — Le 2:5.

Barley meal. — Nu 5:15.

Oil and incense used with — Le 2:1,4,15.

Of jealousy, without oil or incense — Nu 5:15.

Always seasoned with salt — Le 2:13.

No leaven used with — Le 2:11; 6:17.

Not to be offered on altar of incense — Ex 30:9.

Offered

On the altar of burnt offering. — Ex 40:29.

With the daily sacrifices. — Ex 29:40-42.

With all burnt offerings. — Nu 15:3-12.

By the poor for a trespass offering. — Le 5:11.

By the high priest every day, half in the morning and half in the evening. — Le 6:20-22.

A small part of, was consumed on the altar for a memorial — Le 2:2,9,16; 6:15.

When offered for a priest entirely consumed by fire — Le 6:23.

High priest’s deputy had care of — Nu 4:16.

Laid up in a chamber of the temple — Ne 10:39; 13:5; Eze 42:13.

The priest’s portion — Le 2:3; 6:17.

To be eaten by the males of the house of Aaron alone — Le 6:18.

To be eaten in the holy place — Le 6:16.

The Jews

Often not accepted in. — Am 5:22.

Condemned for offering, to idols. — Isa 57:6.

Often prevented from offering, by judgments. — Joe 1:9,13.

Materials for public, often provided by the princes — Nu 7:13,19,25; Eze 45:16.

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