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    EXODUS 29

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    1 The sacrifice and ceremonies of consecrating the priests and the altar. 38 The continual burnt offerings. 45 God's promise to dwell among the children of Israel. VERSE 1 - An. Ex. Is. 1. Thammuz. hallow them. * :21; 20:11; 28:41 Le 8:2-36 Mt 6:9 - to minister. See on ch. * Ex 28:3 - Take. * Le 8:2; 9:2; 16:3 2Ch 13:9 - without. * Ex 12:5 Le 4:3; 5:15,16; 6:6; 22:20 Mal 1:13,14 Heb 7:26 1Pe 1:19 VERSE 2 - bread. See on ch. * Ex 12:8 Le 2:4; 6:20-22; 8:2 1Co 5:7 - tempered. * :23 Le 2:4,5,15; 7:10 Nu 6:15 - wafers. * Le 7:12; 8:26 Nu 6:15,19 VERSE 3 - in the basket. * Le 8:2,26,31 Nu 6:17 VERSE 4 - unto the door. * Ex 26:36; 40:28 Le 8:3-6 - wash them. * Ex 30:18-21; 40:12 Le 8:6; 14:8 De 23:11 Eze 36:25 Joh 13:8-10 * Eph 5:26 Tit 3:5 Heb 10:22 1Pe 3:21 Re 1:5,6 VERSE 5 - garments. * Ex 28:2-8 Le 8:7,8 - curious. The word {cheshev,} translated curious girdle, simply signifies a kind of diaper or embroidered work, of the same texture as the ephod itself. * Ex 28:8 VERSE 6 - mitre. {Mitznepheth,} from {tzanaph,} to wrap round, evidently means that covering of the head so universal in eastern countries, which we call turband, which consists of a cap, and a sash of fine linen or silk wound round its bottom. - See on ch. * Ex 28:36-39 Le 8:9 VERSE 7 * Ex 28:41; 30:23-31 Le 8:10-12; 10:7; 21:10 Nu 35:25 Ps 89:20; 133:2 * Isa 61:1 Joh 3:34 1Jo 2:27 VERSE 8 * Ex 28:40 Le 8:13 VERSE 9 - put. Heb. bind. the priest's. * Ex 28:1 Nu 16:10,35,40; 18:7 Heb 5:4,5,10; 7:11-14 - consecrate. Heb. fill the hand of. * Ex 28:41; 32:29 *marg: * Le 8:22-28 Heb 7:23-28 VERSE 10 - cause. * :1 - put. * :15,19 Le 1:4; 3:2; 8:14,18; 16:21 Isa 53:6 2Co 5:21 VERSE 11 - And. * Le 1:4,5; 8:15; 9:8,12 - door. * :4 Le 1:3 VERSE 12 - the blood. * Le 8:15; 9:9; 16:14,18,19 Heb 9:13,14,22; 10:4 - the horns. * Ex 27:2; 30:2; 38:2 - pour all. * Le 4:7,18,25,30,34; 5:9; 9:9 VERSE 13 - all the fat. * :22 Le 3:3,4,9,10,14-16; 4:8,9,26,31,35; 6:12; 7:3,31 Ps 22:14 * Isa 1:11; 34:6; 43:24 - and the caul. It seemeth by anatomy, and the Hebrew doctors, to be the midriff. * Le 8:16,25; 9:10,19 - burn them. * :18,25 Le 1:9,15; 16:25; 17:6 Nu 18:17 1Sa 2:16 VERSE 14 - flesh. * Le 4:11,12,21; 8:17; 16:27 Heb 13:11-13 - it is a. * Ex 30:10 Le 4:3,25,29,32; 5:6,8; 6:25; 9:2; 16:3,11 Nu 7:16 * 2Ch 29:24 Ezr 8:35 VERSE 15 - one. * :3,19 Le 8:18-21 - put. * :10 Le 1:4-9 VERSE 16 - See on ver. * :11,12 VERSE 17 - wash the. * Le 1:9,13; 8:21; 9:14 Jer 4:14 Mt 23:26 - unto. or, upon. VERSE 18 - a burnt offering. * Ge 22:2,7,13 Le 9:24 1Sa 7:9 1Ki 3:4; 18:38 Ps 50:8 Isa 1:11 * Jer 6:20; 7:21,22 Mr 12:33 Heb 10:6-10 - sweet savor. * Ge 8:21 Le 1:17 Eph 5:2 Php 4:18 VERSE 19 - other. * :3 Le 8:22-29 - Aaron. See on ver. * :10 VERSE 20 - put it upon the tip. All this doubtless was intended to signify, that the priest should dedicate all his faculties and powers to the service of God; his ear to the hearing and study of the law; his hands to diligence in the sacred ministry, and to all acts of obedience; and his feet to walking in the way of God's precepts; for the ear is the symbol of obedience, the hand of action, and the foot of the path or conduct in life. And the sprinkling might further teach him, that he could neither hear, work, nor walk profitably, uprightly, and well pleasingly in the sight of God, without the application of the blood of the sacrifice. * Le 8:24; 14:14 Isa 50:5 Mr 7:33 - sprinkle. * Le 14:7,16; 16:14,15,19 Isa 52:15 Heb 9:19-23; 10:22; 12:24 * 1Pe 1:2 VERSE 21 - the anointing oil. * :7; 30:25-31 Le 8:30; 14:15-18,29 Ps 133:2 Isa 11:2-5; 61:1-3 - shall be. * :1 Joh 17:19 Heb 9:22; 10:29 VERSE 22 - Also thou. * :13 Le 8:25-27 - the rump. {Alyah} is the large tail of a species of eastern sheep. "This tail," says Dr. Russell, "is very broad and large, terminating in a small appendix that turns back upon it. It is of a substance between fat and marrow, and is not eaten separately, but mixed with lean meat in many of their dishes, and also often used instead of butter. A common sheep of this sort, without the head, feet, skin, and entrails, weighs about twelve or fourteen {Aleppo rotoloes,} (a {rotoloe} is five pounds,) of which the tail is usually three {rotoloes} or upwards; but such as are of the largest breed, and have been fattened, will sometimes weigh about thirty {rotoloes,} and the tails of these ten." * Le 3:9; 7:3; 9:19 - right shoulder. * Le 7:32,33; 9:21; 10:14 Nu 18:18 VERSE 23 * :2,3 VERSE 24 - put. * Le 8:27 - wave them. Heb. shake to and fro. a wave. * :26,27 Le 7:30; 9:21; 10:14 VERSE 25 - thou. * Le 7:29-31; 8:28 Ps 99:6 - for a sweet. See on ver. * :18 - offering. * :41 Le 1:9,13; 2:2,9,16; 3:3,5,9,11,14,16; 7:5,25; 10:13 1Sa 2:28 VERSE 26 - the breast. * Le 8:29 - it shall be thy. * Ps 99:6 VERSE 27 - the breast. * Le 7:31-34; 8:29; 9:21; 10:15 Nu 6:20; 18:11,18,19 De 18:3 - the wave offering. The wave offering and heave offering are thus distinguished by the Jewish writers: the former, called {tenoophah,} from {nooph,} to move, toss, was waved horizontally towards the four cardinal points, to signify that He to whom it was consecrated was the Lord of the whole earth; the latter, called {teroomah,} from room, to be elevated, was lifted perpendicularly upward and downward, in token of its being devoted to the God of heaven. - the ram of the consecration. {Ail milluim,} literally, "the ram of filling;" so called, according to some, because at the consecration of the priests, certain pieces of the sacrifice were put into their hands (ver. 24;) on which account their consecration itself is called "filling their hands." (ch. 41 28:41.) Rabbi Solomon gives a different reason for the ram being so called, from {malai,} to be full, complete; because the sacrifice completed the consecration, and thereupon the priests were fully invested in their office. Accordingly, the LXX. render it by [ ,] consummation. - See * Heb 7:28 Le 7:37; 8:28-31 VERSE 28 - Aaron's. * Le 7:32-34; 10:14,15 De 18:3 - is an heave. * :27 Le 7:14,34 Nu 15:19,20; 18:24,29; 31:29,41 - sacrifice. * Le 3:1; 7:11-38 VERSE 29 - holy. * Ex 28:3,4 - his. * Nu 20:26-28 - anointed. * :5-7; 30:30; 40:15 Le 8:7-12 Nu 18:8; 35:25 VERSE 30 - that son. Heb. he of his sons. * Nu 20:28 Heb 7:26 - seven days. * :35; 12:15 Ge 8:10,12 Le 8:33-35; 9:1,8; 12:2,3; 13:5 Jos 6:14,15 * Eze 43:26 Ac 20:6,7 VERSE 31 - the ram. See on ver. * :27 - seethe his flesh. * Le 8:31 1Sa 2:13,15 Eze 46:20-24 VERSE 32 - Aaron. * Ex 24:9-11 Le 10:12-14 - and the bread. * :2,3,23 Mt 12:4 VERSE 33 - eat those. * Le 10:13-18 Ps 22:26 Joh 6:53-55 1Co 11:24,26 - a stranger. * Le 22:10-13 Nu 1:51; 3:10,38; 16:40; 18:4,7 - they are holy. * Nu 16:5 VERSE 34 - flesh. * :22,26,28 - burn. * Ex 12:10; 16:19 Le 7:18,19; 8:32; 10:16 VERSE 35 - thus shalt thou do. * Ex 40:12-15 Le 8:4-36 - according. * Ex 39:42,43; 40:16 Joh 16:14 - seven days. * :30,37; 40:12,13 Le 8:33-35; 14:8-11 VERSE 36 - every day. See on ver. * :10-14 Eze 43:25,27; 48:18-20 Heb 10:11 - cleanse. * Le 16:16-19,27 Heb 9:22,23 - anoint it. * Ex 30:26,28,29; 40:9-11 Le 8:10,11 Nu 7:1 VERSE 37 - and sanctify it. * Ex 40:10 Da 9:24 - it shall be an. * Ex 30:29 Mt 23:17,19 VERSE 38 - two lambs. * Nu 28:3-8 1Ch 16:40 2Ch 2:4; 13:11; 31:3 Ezr 3:3 Da 9:21,27 * Da 12:11 Joh 1:29 Heb 7:27 1Pe 1:19 Re 5:9-12 VERSE 39 - in the morning. * 2Ki 16:15 2Ch 13:11 Ps 5:3; 55:16,17 Eze 46:13-15 Lu 1:10 * Ac 26:7 - at even. See on ver. * :41 VERSE 40 - a tenth. * Ex 16:36 Nu 15:4,9; 28:5,13 - deal. {Deal} signifies a part, from the Anglo-Saxon {d'l,} a part, or portion, taken from the whole, from {d'lan,} to divide. From Nu 28:5, we learn, that this tenth {deal} was the tenth part of an {ephah,} which constituted an {omer,} about three quarts English. - hin. * Ex 30:24 Le 23:13 Nu 15:4; 28:14 Eze 4:11; 45:24; 46:5,7,11,14 - a drink. * Ge 35:14 Le 23:13 Nu 6:15-17; 15:5,7,10,24; 28:10,14,15,24 * Nu 29:16 De 32:38 Isa 57:6 Eze 20:28; 45:17 Joe 1:9,13; 2:14 * Php 2:17 *Gr: VERSE 41 - offer. * 1Ki 18:29,36 2Ki 16:15 Ezr 9:4,5 Ps 141:2 Eze 46:13-15 * Da 9:21 VERSE 42 - a continual. * :38; 30:8 Nu 28:6 Da 8:11-13; 12:11 - where. * Ex 25:22; 30:6,36 Le 1:1 Nu 17:4 VERSE 43 - the tabernacle. or, Israel. sanctified. * Ex 40:34 1Ki 8:11 2Ch 5:14; 7:1-3 Isa 6:1-3; 60:1 Eze 43:5 * Hag 2:7-9 Mal 3:1 2Co 3:18; 4:6 1Jo 3:2 Re 21:22,23 VERSE 44 - sanctify also. * Le 21:15; 22:9,16 Joh 10:36 Re 1:5,6 VERSE 45 * Ex 15:17; 25:8 Le 26:12 Ps 68:18 Zec 2:10 Joh 14:17,20,23 * 2Co 6:16 Eph 2:22 Re 21:3 VERSE 46 - that I am. See on ch. * Ex 20:2 Jer 31:33 - them: I am. * Le 11:44; 18:30; 19:2 Eze 20:5 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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