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be extinguished. And the priest shall kindle wood upon it every morning, and shall lay the whole burnt offering in order

upon it; and upon it he shall lay the suet of the offerings of 13 thanksgiving. So the fire shall be kept burning continually, and

shall not be extinguished. 14. This is the law of the sacrifice of four, which the sons of 15 Aaron shall offer before the Lord, in front of the altar. Having

taken from it his handful of the flour of the sacrifice, with the oil of it, and all the frankincense which is on the sacrifice, he shall

lay this memorial of it on the altar as an offering of homage, a 16 smell of fragrance for the Lord. And what is left of it Aaron

and his sons shall eat. It shall be eaten without leaven in a holy

place. They shall eat it in the court of the tabernacle of the 17 testimony. It shall not be baked with leaven. This portion I

have given them from the homage offerings of the Lord. It is

most holy, as is that of the sin offering, and as is that of the 18 trespass offering. Every male among the priests shall eat it.

It shall be an everlasting ordinance throughout your genera. tions, in respect to the homage offerings of the Lord, whoever

shall touch them shall be hallowed. 19 Moreover the Lord spoke to Moses, saying, This is the 20 gift of Aaron and his sons, which they shall offer to the Lord,

on the day when thou shalt anoint him, the tenth of the ephah

of fine flour for a continual sacrifice—the half of it in the morn21 ing, and the half of it in the evening. It shall be prepared in

a pan with oil. Being mixed up, he shall offer it in rolls, as a

sacrifice of fragments, for a smell of fragrance for the Lord. 22 The priest who is anointed, that one of his sons who is to suc

ceed him shall prepare it. This is an everlasting ordinance, 23 Let it be all consumed. Indeed every sacrifice of a priest must

be wholly burned. It shall not be eaten. 24 Again the Lord spoke to Moses, saying, Speak to Aaron

and his sons, and say, This is the law of the Sin offering. 25 Wherever they kill the whole burnt offering, there they shall

kill the sin offerings before the Lord. They are most holy. 26 The priest who carrieth it up shall eat it in a holy place. It

shall be eaten in the court of the tabernacle of the testimony. - 27 Every one who toucheth the flesh of it shall be hallowed. And

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ment, he who is sprinkled therewith shall be washed in a holy 28 place. And if it be boiled in an earthen vessel, the vessel shall

be broken; but if it be boiled in a brasen vessel, they must 29 scour it and rinse it with water. Every male among the priests 30 shall eat thereof. It is most holy to the Lord. But none of the

sin offerings, some of the blood of which hath been carried into the tabernacle of the testimony, to make an atonement in the

sanctuary, shall be eaten. They must be burned with fire. VII. And this is the law of the ram for a trespass offering. It 2 is most holy. In the place where they kill the whole burnt

offerings, they shall kill the ram for a trespass offering before

the Lord; and his blood shall be poured on the base of the 3 altar all around: and of it shall be offered up the whole fat tail,

and loin, and all the caul which covereth the entrails, and all the 4 suet on the entrails, and the two kidneys with the suet on them.

That on the loins, and the lobe which is on the liver, shall be 5 stript off with the kidneys. And the priest shall carry them up 6 upon the altar as an offering of homage to the Lord. It is a

trespass offering. Every male among the priests shall eat there. 7 of. They shall eat it in a holy place. It is most holy. As is

the sin offering, so is the trespass offering. There is one law

for both: The priest who shall make atonement with it shall 8 have it. And the priest who offereth any man's whole burnt

offering shall have the skin of the whole burnt offering which 9 he offereth. And every sacrifice of flour which shall be pre

pared in the oven, and every one which shall be baked on the 10 hearth, or in a pan, shall be the priest's who offereth it: and

every sacrifice of flour, whether made up with oil or not, shall

be for all the sons of Aaron, for one as much as another. 11 This is the law of the sacrifice of thanksgiving which they 12 shall offer to the Lord-If one offereth it for praise, he shall

bring with the sacrifice of praise loaves of fine flour made up

with oil, and unleavened cakes anointed with oil, and fine flour 13 tempered with oil. With loaves of leavened bread he shall pre.

sent these gifts of his for a sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving;

and from every of these gifts of his he shall set apart one, and 14 present it as a dedication to the Lord. It shall be for the priest

who poureth out the blood of the victim offered for thanks. 15 giving. And the flesh of the victim of praise and thanksgiving

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shall be for himself, and shall be eaten on the day it is offered. 16 They shall not leave any of it till the morning. And if it be a

vow; or if one offer his gift as a voluntary sacrifice, it shall be

eaten on the day he offereth his sacrifice, or the next morning. 17 And what is left of the flesh of the sacrifice till the third day 18 shall be burned with fire. And if any one eat of the flesh on

the third day, it shall not be accepted for him who offereth it.

It shall not be placed to his account. It is an abomination. 19 Whoever shall eat it shall contract guilt. If any flesh touch

any unclean thing, it shall not be eaten. It shall be burned 20 with fire. Every person who is clean may eat flesh. But if

any person shall eat of the flesh of the sacrifice of thanksgiving, which is the Lord's, with his uncleanness upon him, that person shall be cut off from among his people. And the person who shall touch any unclean thing, whether it be the uncleanness of a man, or of unclean beasts, or any unclean abomination, and shall eat of the flesh of the sacrifice of thanksgiving, which is the Lord's, that person shall be destroyed from

among his people. 22 Moreover the Lord spoke to Moses, saying, Speak to the 23 children of Israel, and say, You shall not eat any suet of cattle, 24 nor of sheep, nor of goats. The suet of beasts which die of

themselves, or which are torn by wild beasts, may be used for 25 any kind of work; but shall not be eaten for food. Whoever

eateth of the suet of cattle of which he is to make an offering

of homage to the Lord, that person shall be cut off from among 26 his people. You shall not eat any blood in any of your dwell. 27 ings, neither the blood of cattle, nor of fowls. Whoever shall

eat blood, that person shall be cut off from among his people. 28 The Lord also spoke to Moses, saying, Thou shalt speak 29 to the children of Israel, and say, He who offereth a sacrifice of

thanksgiving shall bring his gift to the Lord; and from the 30 sacrifice of thanksgiving his own hands shall present, as his offer

ings of homage to the Lord, the suet, with the breast, and the

lobe of the liver. These he shall present that they may be laid 31 before the Lord as a gift. And the priest shall offer up the suet

on the altar; and the breast shall be for Aaron and his sons. 32 You shall also give the right shoulder, as a portion dedicated

and set apart for the priest, from your sacrifices of thanksgiving, 33 That one of the sons of Aaron who offereth the blood of the

thank offering, and the suet, shall have the right shoulder for his 34 portion. For the breast which is dedicated by being laid upon

hands, and the shoulder which is dedicated by being set apart, I have taken from the children of Israel from your sacrifices of thanksgiving; and have given them to Aaron the priest and

his sons. It is an everlasting due from the children of Israel. 35 This is the unction of Aaron and the unction of his sons, the

reward assigned them from the homage offerings of the Lord,

on the day he took them into his house to minister to the Lord 36 in the priest's office; and which the Lord commanded to be

given them on the day he anointed them from among the chil. dren of Israel, as an everlasting due throughout their genera

tions. 37 This is the law of the whole burnt offering and the sacri.

fice of flour, and of the sin offering, and of the trespass offering

and of the consecration offering and of the sacrifice of thanks. 38 giving, as the Lord commanded Moses at mount Sina, on the

day when he commanded the children of Israel to bring their

gifts before the Lord in the wilderness of Sina. VIII. Then the Lord spoke to Moses saying, Take Aaron 2 and his sons, and his robes and the anointing oil, and the young

bull for the sin offering, and the two rams, and the basket of 3 unleavened cakes; and assemble all the congregation at the 4 door of the tabernacle of the testimony. And Moses did as

the Lord commanded him. And when he had assembled the 5 congregation at the door of the tabernacle of the testimony, Mo.

ses said to the congregation, This is the thing which the Lord 6 hath commanded to be done. Then Moses brought forward 7 Aaron and his sons, and washed them with water. Then he

arrayed him with the vesture, and girded him with the girdle, and put on him the under robe, and over it he put on the ephod,

and girded him with the girdle of the same fabrick as the ephod, 8 and bound him up tight with it, and put on it the oracle; and 9 upon the oracle he put the manifestation and the truth. Then

he put the mitre on his head; and on the mitre, on the front

of it, he put the golden plate, the holy sanctified jewel as the 10 Lord commanded Moses. Then Moses took some of the 11 anointing oil, and sprinkled some of it on the altar seven times, and anointed the altar, and hallowed it and all its appurtenances, and the laver and its base. And when he had hallowed them

he anointed the tabernacle, and all the utensils thereof, and hal12 lowed it. Then Moses poured some of the anointing oil on 13 the head of Aaron. And when he had anointed him, and hal

lowed him, then Moses brought forward the sons of Aaron, and arrayed them with vestures, and girded them with girdles,

and put tiaras on them, as the Lord commanded Moses. 14 Then Moses brought forward the young bull for the sin

offering, and Aaron and his sons laid their hands on the head 15 of the young bull for the sin offering; and he slew it, and Mo

ses took some of the blood, and put it on the horns of the altar round about with his finger, and purified the altar. Then he

poured out the blood on the base of the altar. And when he 16 had hallowed it to make an atonement upon it, then Moses

took all the suet on the entrails, and the lobe which is on the

liver, and both the kidneys with the suct on them, and car. 17 ried them up upon the altar; but the bull, and his hide, and his

flesh, and his dung, these he caused to be burned with fire with.

out the camp, as the Lord commanded Moses. 18 Then Moses brought forward the ram which was for a

whole burnt offering, and Aaron and his sons laid their hands 19 on the head of the ram; and Moses slew the ram, and poured 20 the blood against the altar round about. And having divided

the ram into quarters, Moses carried up the head, and the pieces, 21 and the suet. Then having washed the belly and the feet with

water, Moses carried up the whole ram upon the altar. It is a whole burnt offering for a smell of fragrance-an offering of

homage to the Lord, as the Lord commanded Moses. 22 Then Moses brought forward the other ram, which was

for a consecration offering, and Aaron and his sons laid their 23 hands on the head of this ram, and he slew it. And Moses took

some of the blood thereof, and put it on the tip of Aaron's right

ear, and on the thumb of his right hand, and on the great toe 24 of his right foot. Then Moses brought forward the sons of

Aaron, and put some of the blood on the tips of their right ears, and on the thumbs of their right hands, and on the great

toes of their right feet. He then poured the blood against the 25 altar round about. And he took the tail, and the loin, and the

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