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FEAST OF PURIM. to consume them, and to destroy | fastings and their cry. And the deEsth. ix, 17-19, 21-24, 26-32. On them: Wherefore they called these cree of Esther confirmed these the thirteenth day of the month days Purim, after the name of matters of Purim; and it was Adar, and on the fourteenth day of Pur: therefore, for all the words written in the book. the same rested thes, and made it a of this letter, and of that which day of feasting and gladness. But they had seen concerning this THESE FEASTS NOT BINDthe Jews that were at Shushan as- matter, and which had come unto
ING ON CHRISTIANS. serbled together on the thirteenth them, The Jews ordained, and day thereof, and on the fourteenth took upon them, and upon their
Rom. xiv, 5, 6. One man esthereof; and on the fifteenth day seed, and upon all such as joined teemeth one day above another; of the same they rested, and made themselves unto them, 80 as it another esteemeth every day it a day of feasting and gladness. should not fail, that they would alike. Let every man be fully Therefore the Jews of the villages keep these two days according persuaded in his own mind. He that dwelt in the unwalled towns, to their writing, and according that regarded the day, regardet b made the fourteenth day of the to their appointed time; every it unto the Lord; and he that remonth Adar a day of gladness and year, And that these days should gardeth not the day, to the Lord feasting, and a good day, and of be remembered and kept through he doth not regard it. He that sending portions one to another. out every generation, every fa- eateth, eateth to the Lord, for he To stablish this among them, that mily, every province, and every siveth God thanks; and he that they should keep the fourteenth city; and that these days of Purim eateth not, to the Lord be eateth day of the month Adar, and the should not fall from among the not, and giveth God thanks. fifteenth day of the same, yearly, Jews, nor the me of them
Gal. iv, 9, 10. But now, after As the days wherein the Jews perish from their seed. Then that ye have known God, or rested from their enemies, and the Esther the queen, the daughter of rather are known of God, how month which was turned unto Abibail, and Mordecai the Jew, turn ye again to the weak and them from sorrow to joy, and wrote with all authority, to con- beggarly elements, whereunto ye from mourning into a good day; firm this second letter of Purim. desire again to be in bondage? Yo that they should make them days And he sent, the letters unto all observe days, and months, and of feasting and joy, and of sending the Jews, to the bundred twenty times, and years. portions one to another, and gifts and seven provinces of the king. to the poor. And the Jews under- dom of Ahasuerus, with words of Col. il, 16, 17. Let no man theretook to do as they had begun, and peace and truth, To confirm these fore judge you in meat, or in as Mordecai bad written unto days of Perim in their times ap- drluk, or in respect of an holy them; because llaman, the son of pointed, according as Mordecai day, or of the new moon, or of the Hammedatha. the Agagite, the the Jew and Esther the queen
sabbath days: Which enemy of all the Jews, had devised had enjoined them, and as they shadow of things to come; but the against the Jews to destroy them, had decreed for themselves, and body is of Christ. and had cast Pur (that is, the lot) I for their seed, the matters of the l (See also under ORDINANCES.)
he bronght him into the field of choose out of all your tribes to UNDER THE PATRIARCHAL Zophim, to the top of Pisgah, and put his name there, even unto his DISPENSATION.
built seven altars, and offered a habitation shall yo seek, and
bullock and a rain on every altar. thither thou shalt come: And Gen. iv, 3, 4. And in process of And Balaam said unto Balak, thither ye shall bring your burnttime it came to pass, that Cain Build me here seven altars, and offerings, and your sacrifices, and brought of the fruit of the ground prepare me here seven bullocks your tithes, an l heave-offerings an offering unto the LORD. And and seven rams. And Balak did as of your hand, and your vows, and Abel, he also brought of the first. Balaam had said, and offered a your free-will-offerings, and the lings of his flock and of the fat bullock and a ram on every altar. firstlings of your herds and of thereof. And the LORD had reHeb. xi, 4. By faith Abel offered your flocks: But w
ye go over spect unto Abel and to his offer- unto God a more excellent sacri- Jordan, and dwell in the land ing. fice than Cain, by which he
which the LORD your God giveth Gen. vill, 20. And Noah builded obtained witness that he was you to inherit, and when he givan altar unto the LORD; and took righteous, God testifying of his eth you rest from all your eneof every clean beast, and of every gifts; and by it be, being dead, mies round about, so that yo
dwell in safety; Then there shall clean fowl, and offered burut yet speaketh. offerings on the altar.
be a place which the LORD your
God shall choose to cause his
2nd. Gen. xxil, 13. And Abraham
name to dwell there: thither shall lifted up his eyes, and looked, and UNDER THE MOSAIC DIS
ye bring all that I command you; behold behind him a ram caught
your burnt-offerings, and your in a thicket by his horns: and
ONLY ONE PLACE OF SACRIFICE.
sacrifices, your tithes, and the Abraham went and took the ram, ' and offered him up for a burnt
Exod. xxix, 11. And thou shalt
heave-offering of your hand, and
all your choice vows which ye offering in the stead of his son. kill the bullock before the LORD,
VoW unto the LORD: Take heed by the door of the tabernacle of Gen. xxxi, 54. Then Jacob the congregation,
to thyself, thou offer not thy offered sacrifice upon the mount,
burnt - offerings in every place
Lev. xvil, 2-5, 8, 9. Speak unto that thou seest: But in the place and called his brethren. to eat Aaron, and unto his sons, and wbich the LORD shall choose in bread; and they did eat bread, unto all the children of Israel, and and tarried all night in the
one of thy tribes, there thou shalt say unto them, Tbis is the thing mount.
offer thy burnt - offerings. and which the LORD hath command-there thou shalt do all that I Gen. xlvi, 1. And Israel took his ed, saying, What man soever command thee. Thou mayest Journey with all that he had, and there be of the house of Israel
not eat within thy gates the tithe came to Beer-sheba, and offered that killeth an ox, or lamh: or of thy corn, or of thy wine, or of sacrifices unto the God of his goat in the camp, or that killeth thy oil, or the firstlings of thy father Isaac.
it out of the camp, And bringetli herds, or of thy flock, por any of
it not unto the door of the taber-thy vows which thon vowest, nor Ecol. xviil, 12. And Jethro, nacle of the congregation, to thy free-will offerings, or heaveMoses' father-in-law, took & offer an offering unto the LORD offerings of thine hand: But thou burnt offering and sacrifices for before the tabernacle of the LORD, must eat them before the LORD God: and Aaron came, and all the blood shall be imputed unto that thy God in the place which the elders of Israel, to eat bread with man; he hath she blood; and that LORD thy God shall choose, thou, Moses' father-in-law before God.
man shall be cut off from among and thy son, and thy daughter, Num. xxil, 40. And Balak offer- his people: To the end that the and thy man-servant,andthymaided oxen and sheep, and sent to children of Israel may bring their servant, and the Levite ihat is Balaam, and to the princes that sacrifices which they offer in the
within thy gates:and thon shalt rewere with him.
open field,even that tijey maybring joice before the LORD thy God in Num. xxlil, 1-4, 14, 29, 30. And them unto the LORD, unto the all that thon puttest thine hands Balaam said unto Balak, Build gregation, unto the priest, and which thou hast, and thy vows,
unto. Only thy holy things me bere seven altars, and pre-l offer them for peace-offerings unpare me here seven oxen, and to the LORD. And thou shalt say place which the LORD shall choose:
thou shalt take, and go unto the seven rams. And Balak did as unto them, Whatsoever Balaam had spoken; and Balak there be of the house of Israel, or offerings, the flesh and the blood,
And thou shalt offer thy burnt and Balaam offered on every altar of the strangers which sojourn upon the altar of the LORD thy a bollock and a ram. And Bar among you, that offereth a burnt. God: and the blood of thy sacrilaam sald unto Balak, Stand by offering or sacrifice, And bringeth fices shall be poured out upon the thy burnt offering, and I will go: it not unto the door of the taber- allar of the LORD thy God, and peradventure the LORD will come to meet me: and whatsoever he
nacle of the congregation, to thou shalt eat the flesh. showeth me, I will tell thee. And offer it unto the LORD, even ihat
2 Chron. xi. 16. Aud after them, he went to an high place. And man shall be cut off from among out of ali the tribes of Israel
, God met Balaam: and he said unto bis people.
such as set their hearts to seek him, I have prepared seven altars, Deut. xil, 5, 6, 10, 11, 13, 14, 17, the LORD God of Israel, came to and I have offered upon erery 18, 26, 27. But unto the place Jerusalem, to sacrifice unto the altar a bullock and a ram. And I which the LORD your Gud sball | LORD God of their fathers.
BUT RARELY ALSO OTHER Num. xxix, 39. These things ye, and withont beast. The voice
shall do unto the LORD in your of them that shall bring the sacri
set feasts, besides your vows, and fice of praise into the house of the Exod. xxiv, 5. And he sent young men of the children
of burnt-offerings, and for your meat the captivity of the land, as at the
your free-will-offerings, for your LORD. For I will cause to return Ísrael, which offered burnt-offer- offerings, and for your drink- first, saith the LORD. ings, and sacrificed peace-offer
offerings, and for your peaceings of oxen unto the LORD.
Micah vi, 6, 7. Wherewith shall offerings.
I come before the LORD, and bow 1 Sam. x, 8. And thou shalt go down before me to Gilgal; and, the people unto the mountain; I come before him with burnt
Deut. xxxlli, 19. They shall call myself before the high God? shall behold, I will come down unto there they shall offer sacrifices of offerings, with calves of a year thee, to offer burnt-offerings, and
righteousness: for they shall suck old? Will the LORD be pleased to sacrifice sacrifices of peace of the abundance of the seas, and with thousands of rams, or with offerings: seven days shalt thou of treasures hid in the sand. ten thousands of rivers of oil? tarry, till I come to thee, and
Ps. iv, 5. Offer the sacrifices of shall I give my first-born for my shew thee what thou shalt do. 1 Sam. xlii, 8-12. And he tarried in the LORD. righteousness, and put your trust transgression, the fruit of my
body for the sin of my soul? seven days, according to the set time that Samuel had appointed:
Ps. 1, 6. Gather my saints tobut Samuel came not to Gilgal;
gether unto me; those that have P3. II, 17. The sacrifices of God and the people were scattered made a covenant with me by are a broken spirit: a broken and from him. And Saul said, bring sacrifice.
a contrite heart, O God, thou wilt bither a burnt-offering to me, and
Ps. II, 19. Then shalt thou be not despise. peace-offerings. And he offered pleased with the sacriQces of Rom. xii, 1. I bescech you the burnt-offering. And it came righteousness, with burnt-offer- therefore, brethren, by the to pass, that, as soon as he had ing, and whole burnt offering: mercies of God, that ye present made an end of offering the burnt- then shall they offer bullocks your bodies a living sacrifice, offering, behold, Samuel came; upon thine altar.
boly, acceptable unto God, which and Saul went out to meet him, Ps. cvil, 22. And let them sacris is your reasonable service. that he might salute him. And fice the sacrifices of thanksgiving, Heb. xill, 10. 15, 16. We have an Samuel said, What hast thou and declare his works with rejoic altar, wherevf they have no right done? And Saul said, Because I ing.
to eat which serve the tabernacle. saw that the people were scatter
Ps. cxviii, 27. God is the LORD, By him therefore let us offer the ed from me, and that thou camest
which hath shewed us light: bind sacrifice of praise to God connot within the days appointed, the sacrifice with cords, even unto tinually, that is, the fruit of our and that the Philistines gathered the horns of the altar,
lips giving thanks to his dame. themselves together at Michimash; Therefore said I, The Philistines
Isa. xliii, 23, 24. Thou hast not But to do good and to communiwill come down now upon me to brought
me the small cattle of thy cate forget not; for with such Gilgal, and I have not made sup- I burnt-offerings, neither hast thou sacrifices God is well pleased. plication unto the LORD: I forced honoured me with thy sacrifices: I bave not caused thee to serve
BUT NEVER A SUBSTITUTE FOR myself therefore, and offered a
witb burnt-offering. an offering, nor wearied
OBEDIENCE. thee with incense. Thou hast
1 Sam sv, 22. And Samuel said, THE TOKEN OF DEVOTION, bought me po sweet cane with Hath the Lord as great delight in AND THEREFORE ACCEPTED
money, neither hast thou filled burnt-offerings, and sacrifices as
ine with the fat of thy sacrifices; in obeying the voice of the LORD? BY GOD.
but thou hast made me to serve Behold, to obey is better than Lev. vil, 38. Which the LORD with thy sins, thou hast wearied sacrifice, and to hearken than the commanded
fat of rame. Sinai, in the day that he com
Isa. 1x, 7. All the flocks of P8.1, 7-14. Hear, O my people, manded the children of Israel
. to Kedar shall be gathered together and I will speak; O Israel, and I offer their oblations unto the unto thee, the rams of Nebaioth will testify against thee: I am LORD, in the wilderness of Sinai.
shall minister unto thee: they God, even thy God. I will not reLev. Ix, 4-6. Also a bullock and shall come up with acceptance on prove thee for thy sacrifices, or a ram for peace-Offerings, to mine altar, and I will glorify the ihy burnt-offerings, to have been sacrifice before the LORD; and a house of my glory.
continually before me. I will meat - offering mingled with oil: Jer. xvii, 26. And they shall take no bullock out of thy house, for to-day the LORD will appear come from the cities of Judah, and nor he-goats out of thy folds: For unto you.
And they brought from the places about Jerusalem, every beast of the forest is mine, that which Moses commanded and from the land of Benjamin, and the cattle upon a thousand before the tabernacle of the con- and from the plain, and from the hills. I know all the fowls of the gregation; and all the congrega- mountains, and from the south, mountains; and the wild beasts of tion drew near, and stood before bringing burnt - offerings, and the field are mine. It I were the LORD. And Moses said, This sacrifices, and meat-offerings, and hungry, I would not tell thee: for is the thing wbich the LORD com- incense, and bringing sacrifices the world is mine, and the fulness manded that ye should do; and of praise, unto the house of the thereof. Will I eat the flesh of the glory of the LORD shall appear LORD.
bulls, or drink the blood of goats! unto you.
Jer. xxxiil, 10, 11. Thus saith offer unto God thanksgiving; and Num. xxvili, 2. Command the the LORD, Again there shall be pay thy vows unto the most children of Israel, and say unto heard in this place, which ye say
High. them, My offering, and my bread shall be desolate without man and Ps. II, 16. For thou desirest not for my sacrifices made by fire, for without beast, even in the cities sacrifice, else would I give it; a sweet savour unto me, shall ye of Judah, and in the streets of thou delightest not in burnt-offers observe tv offer unto me in their Jerusalem, that are desolate, with. ing. due season.
out man, and without inhabitant, ! Ps. Ixis, 80, 81. I will praise the
name of God with a song, and will, neither will I regard the peace-| bolden from the house of your magnify him with thanksgiving. Offerings of your fat beasts. God. This also shall please the LORD Have ye offered unto me sacrifices
3rd. better than an ox or bullock that and offerings in the wilderness hath horns and boofs. forty years, 0 house of Israel?
Lev. 1, 2, 10. Speak unto the chil. Isa. I, 11, 12. To what purpose The table of the LORD is contemp- If any man of you bring an offer.
polluted thee? In that ye say, dren of Israel, and say unto them, is the multitude or your sacrifices
tible. unto me? saith the LORD: I am for sacrifice, is it not evil? and if your offering of the cattle, even of
And if ye offer the blind ing unto the LORD, ye shall bring full of the burnt-offerings of rams, and the fat of fed beasts; and i we offer the lame and sick, is it the herd, and of the fuck. And
not evil? offer it now unto thy if his offering be of the flocks, delight not in the blood of bullocks, or of lambs, or of hel governor; will be be pleased with namely, of the sheep, or of the goats. When yo come to appear the LORD of hosts. But ye have shall bring it a male without
thee, or accept thy person? saith goats, for a burnt-sacrifice; he before me, who hath required profaned it, in that ye say, The blemish. this at your hand, to tread my table of the LORD is polluted; and courts? the fruit thereof, even his meat,
Lev. ix, 1-3. And it came to pass Jer. vil, 21, 22. Thus saith the is contemptible.' Ye said also, on the eighth day, that Moses Lord of hosts, the God of Israel; Behold, what a weariness is at called Aaron and his sons, and the Put your burnt-offerings unto and ye bave snuffed at it, saith elders of Israel; And he said unto your sacrifices, and eat flesh. For the Lord of hosts: and ye brought Aaron,
Take thee a young calf for I spake not unto your fathers, por that which was torn, and the lame, a sin-offering, and a ram for a commanded them in the day that and the sick; thus ye brought an burnt-offering, without, blemish, I brought them out of the land of offering: should I accept this of and offer them before the LORD. Egypt, concerning burnt-offerings your hand? saith the LORD. But And unto the children of Israel or sacrifices.
cursed be the deceiver, which thou shalt speak, saying, Take ye Hosea vi, 6. For I desired hath in his flock a male, and vow- a kid of the goats for a sin-offermercy, and 'not sacrifice; and the eth, and sacrificeth unto the LORD ing; and a calf and a lamb, both of knowledge of God more than a corrupt thing: for I am a great the first year, without blemish, burnt-offerings.
King, saith the LORD of hosts, and for a burnt-offering. Matth. xii, 7. But if yo had my name is dreadful among the
Lev. xxii, 19. Ye shall offer at known what this meaneth, I will heathen.
your own will a male without have mercy, and not sacrifice, ye
blemish, of the beeves, of the would not have condemned the
Amos iv, 4, 6. Come to Beth-el, sheep, or of the goats. guiltless.
and transgress; at Gilgal multiply
a sacrifice of thanksgiving with LORD be of fowls, then he shall your cities waste, and brlus your the free-offerings; for this liketh sanctuarieg unto desolation, and I
or of young pigeons. And the will not smell the savour of your libe Lord God.
you, o ye children of Israel, saith priest shall bring it unto the altar, sweet odours.
and wring off his head, and burn
it on the altar: and the blood Prov. xv, 8. The sacrifice of the THE DISCONTINUANCE TABEAT- thereof shall be wrung out at tho wicked is an abomination to the LORD: but the prayer of the up
ENED AS A GREAT CALAMITY.
side of the altar. right is his delight.
Dan. vili, 11, 12. Yea, he magni- pluck away his crop with his feaProv. xxl, 27. The sacrifice of Aed himself even to the prince of thers, and cast it beside the altar, the host, and by him the daily the ashes. And he shall cleave it
on the east part, by the place of much more when he bringeth it sacrifice was taken away, and the with
the wings thereof, but shali with a wicked mind?
down. And an host was given not divide it asonder: and the ox is as t'he slew a man; he that reason of transgression,
and it cast the fire: it is a burnt-sacrifice, an Isa. Ixvi, 3. He that killeth an him against the daily sacrifice by priest shall burn it upon the altar, sacrificeth a lamb, as if he cut off down the truth to the ground; offering made by fire, of a sweet a dog's neck; he that offereth an and it practised, and prospered. oblation, as if he offered swine's
savour unto the LORD.
Dan. xi, 31. And arms shall blood; he that burneth incense, stand on his part, and they shall as the blessed an idol. Yea, pollute the sanctuary of strength,
TIIEIR QUALIFICATIONS. they have chosen their own ways, and shall take away the daily sacand their soul delighteth in their rifice, and they shall place the bath a blemish, that shall ye not
Lev. xxii, 20-27. But whosoever abominations.
abomination that maketh desolate. offer; for it shall not be acceptable Hosea viii, 13. They sacrifice Joel 1, 9, 13. The meat offering for you. And whosoever offereth flesh for the sacrifices of mine and the drink offering is cut off a sacrifice of peace-offerings unto offerings, and eat it; but the LORD from the house of the LORD; the the LORD, to accomplish his vow, accepteth them not: now will he priests, the LORD's ministers, or a free-will-offering in beeves or remember their iniquity, and mourn. Gird yourselves, and la- sheep, it shall be perfect to be acvisit their sins; they shall return ment, ye priests; howl, ye minis cepled: there shall be no blemish to Egypt.
ters of the altar; come, lie all therein. Blind, or broken, or Amos V, 22, 25. Though ye offer night in sackcloth, ye ministers of maimed, or having a wen, or me burnt-offerings, and your meat- my God: for the meat offering scarvy,'or scabbed, ye shall not offerings, I will not accept them and the drink offering is with offer these unto the LORD, nor
make an offering by fire of them be shall bring it to Aaron's sons the the altar for a sweet savour, even upon the altar unto the Lord. priests, and he shall take thereout the memorial of it, unto the LOED. Either a bullock or a lamb that uls handful of the flour thereof,and hath any thing superfluous or of the oil thereof,with all the frank
Lev. vii, 11-14. And this is tho lacking in his parts, that mayest Incense thereof; and the priest shall law of the sacrifico of peace-ofthou offer for a free-will-offering; burn the memorial of it upon the serings, which be shall offer unto but for a vow it shall not be ac- altar, to be an offering made hyfire, the LORD. If he offer it for a thanks cepted. Ye shall not offer unto of a sweet savour unto the LORD. giving, then he shall offer with tho the LORD that which is bruised, or And the remnant of the meat: sacrifice of thanksgiving unlear. crushed, or broken, or cut; neither offering shall be Aaron's and his ened cakes mingled with oil, and shall ye make any ofering thereof sons'; it is a thing most holy of unleavened wafers anointed with in your land. Neither from a the offerings of the LORD, made by oil, and cakes mingled with oil, stranger's hand shall ye offer the fire. And if thou bring an obla- of fine flour, fried. Besides the bread of your God of any of these; tion of a meat-offering baken in cakes, be shall offer for his of because their corruption is in the oven, it shall be unleaven fering leavened bread with the them, and blemishes be in them: cakes of fine flour mingled with sacrifice of thanksgiving of his they shall not be accepted for you. oil, or unleavened wafers anointed peace-offerings. And of it ho And the LORD spake unto Moses, with oil. And if thy oblation be shall offer one out of
the whole saying, When a bullock, or á a meat-offering baken in a pan, it oblation for an heave-offering unto sheep, or a goat, is brought forth, shall be of fiue flour ovleavened, the LORD, and it shall be the then it shall be seven days under mingled with oil. Thou shalt part priest's that sprinkleth the blood the dam; and from the eighth day it in pieces, and pour oil thereun: of the peace-offerings. and thenceforth it shall be accept- it is a meat-offering. And if thy Lev. viii, 26. And out of the based for an offering made by fire oblation be a meat-offering baken ket of unleavened bread, that reas unto the LORD.
in the frying-pan, it shall be made before the LORD, he took one unDeut. xv, 21, 22. And if there be of fine tour with oil. And thou leavened cake, and a cake of oiled any blemish therein, as if it be shalt bring the meat-offering that bread, and one wafer, and put lame, or blind or have any ti blem- is made of these things
unto the them on the
fat, and' upon the ish, thou shalt pot sacrifice it unto LORD: and when it is presented right shoulder. the LORD thy God. Thou shalt unto the priest, he shall bring it
And the priest meat-offering, and took an band
Lev. ix, 17. And he brought the eat it within thy gates: the un- unto the altar. clean and the clean person shau shall take from the meat-offering ful thereof, and burnt it upon the eat it alike, as the roebuck, and a memorial thereof, and shall burn as the hart.
it upon the altar: it is an offering altar, beside the burnt-sacrifice of Deut. xvii, 1. Thou shalt not made by fire, of a sweet savour
Num. xv, 2-4, 6, 8, 9, 19-21. Speak uuto the LORD. And if thou offer sacrifice unto the LORD thy God any bullock or sleep wherein is unto the LORD thou shalt offer, say unto them, When ve become
a meat-offering of thy first-fruits unto the children of Israel, and blemish, or any evil-favouredness: for the meat-offering of thy first- into the land of your habitations, for that is an aboinination unto fruits, green ears of corn dried by which I give unto you, and will the LORD thy God.
the fire, eren corn beaten out of make an offering by fire unto the MEAT OFFERING.
full ears. And thou shalt put oil LORD, a burnt-offering, or a sacri
upon it, and lay frankincense fice in performing a vow, or in a FOR PRIESTS.
thereon: it is a meat-offering. And free-will-offering, or in your soLev. vi, 20-23. This is the offer- the priest shall burn the memorial lemn feasts, to make a sweet ing, of Aaron, aud of his sons, of it, purt of the beaten corn savour unto the LORD, of the herd, which they shall offer unto the thereof, and part of the oil there or of the flock; Then shall be that LORD in the day when he is of, with all the frankincense there offereth his offering unto the LORD anointed; the tenth part of an of: it is an offeriog made by fire bring a meat-offering of a tenthephah of fine flour for a meat- unto the LORD.
deal of flour, mingled with the offering perpetual; half ci itir, the
fourth part of an hin of oil. Or morning, and half thereof at pigät.
Lev. v, 11, 12. But if he be not for a ram, thou shalt prepare for a In a pan it shall be mado with able to bring two turtle doves, meat-offering two tenth-deals of oil; and when it is baken, thou
or two young pigeons; then he flour, mingled with the third part slialt bring it in: and the baken that sinned shall bring for his of- of an bin of oil. And when thoa pieces of ihe meat-uffering shalt fering the tenth part of an ephah preparest a bullock for a burnt-ofthou offer for a sweet savour unto of fine flour for a sin-offering: he iering or for a sacrifice in perthe LORD. And the priest of his shall put no oll upon it, neither forming a vow, or peace-offerings, sons that is anointed in his stead, shall be put any trankincense unto the LORD; Then shall
he bring shall offer it: it is a statute for thereon; for it is a sin-offering with a bullock a meat-offering of ever unto the LORD; it shall be Then shall he bring it to the three tenth-deals of Nour, mingled wholly burnt: For 'every meat- priest, and the priest shall take with half an hin of oil.' Then it offering for the priest shall be his handful of it, even a memorial shall be, that, when ye eat of the wholly burnt: it shall not be eaten. thereof,
and burn it on the altar, bread of the land, ye shall offer
according to the offerings made up an heave offering unto the FOR PEOPLE.
by fire unto the LORD: it is a sin. LORD. Ye shall offer up a cake of
offering. Exod. xxix, 23. And one loaf of
the first of your dough for an bread, and one cake of oiled bread,
heave-offering: as ye do the heave
LV. VI, 14, 15. And this is the offering of the threshing-floor, so and one wafer out of the basket of law of the meat-offering: The sons shall yo leave it. Of the first of the unleavened bread that is be- of Aaron shall offer it before the your dougb ye shall give unto the fore the LORD.
LORD, before the altar. And he LORD an heave-offering in your Lev, il, 1-9,14-16. And when any shall take of it his handful, of the generations. will offer a meat-offering unto tho four of the meai-ofiering, and of Num. xxviii, 5, 12, 13. And a LORD, his offering shall be of fine the oil thereof, and all the frank-tenih part of an epbah of four for flour; and he shall pour oil upon it, incense which is upon the meat- a meat-offering, mingled with the and put frankincense thereon. And I offering, and shall burn it upon I fourth part of an bin of beaten