Meat Offering
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1494. eidolothutos -- sacrificed to idols
... presumed derivative of thuo; an image-sacrifice, ie Part of an idolatrous offering --
(meat, thing that is) offered (in sacrifice, sacrificed) to (unto) idols. ...
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Strong's Hebrew
4503. minchah -- a gift, tribute, offering
... gift, oblation, meat offering, present, sacrifice. From an unused root meaning
to apportion, ie Bestow; a donation; euphemistically ...
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4504. minchah -- a gift, offering
... oblation, meat offering. (Aramaic) corresponding to minchah; a sacrificial offering --
oblation, meat offering. see HEBREW minchah. 4503, 4504. minchah. 4505 ...
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The Attack on the Book of Leviticus.
... "And when any will offer a meat offering unto the Lord, his offering shall be of
fine flour, and he shall pour oil upon it, and put frankincense thereon." ...
/.../concerning the assumptions of destructive criticism/v the attack on the.htm

The Consecration of Joy
... the Lord, which ye shall proclaim to be holy convocations, to offer an offering
made by fire unto the Lord, a burnt offering, and a meat offering, a sacrifice ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture k/the consecration of joy.htm

High Priest
... ordered at the beginning of months, and the same on the feast of Unleavened Bread,
and on the day of the First Fruits; to receive the meat-offering of the ...
/.../conversion of a high priest into a christian worker/chapter iv high priest.htm

Separation to God.
... and a basket of unleavened bread, cakes of fine flour mingled with oil, and wafers
of unleavened bread anointed with oil, and their meat-offering, and their ...
/.../taylor/separation and service/part i separation to god.htm

The Locust-Swarms
... of Eden before them, and behind them a desolate wilderness; {162} till there was
not enough left to supply the daily sacrifices, and the meat offering and the ...
/.../kingsley/the good news of god/sermon xx the locust-swarms.htm

Epistle Lxiii. To Epictetus and to the Congregation of Assuræ ...
... and prostrate not even to ask for pardon; although the Lord says, "To them have
ye poured a drink-offering, and to them have ye offered a meat-offering. ...
/.../cyprian/the epistles of cyprian/epistle lxiii to epictetus and.htm

Sikera, a Manufactured and Spurious Wine, yet Intoxicating; Things ...
... Ye shall offer no strange incense thereon, nor burnt-sacrifices nor meat-offering;
neither shall ye pour drink-offering thereon.". Footnotes: ...
/.../chapter vi sikera a manufactured and.htm

Princely Service.
... Nor were these vessels empty: both of them were full"full of flour, fine
flour, and mingled with oil, destined for a meat-offering. ...
/.../taylor/separation and service/part iii princely service.htm

... Then I commanded, and they cleansed the chambers: and thither brought I again the
vessels of the house of God, with the meat offering and the frankincense.". ...
/.../white/the story of prophets and kings/chapter 57 reformation.htm

The Day of Atonement
... for a sweet savour; one young bullock, one ram, and seven lambs of the first year;
they shall be unto you without blemish: And their meat offering shall be of ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 2 1856/the day of atonement.htm

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
Meat Offering



Smith's Bible Dictionary
Meat Offering

The law or ceremonial of the meat offering is described in (Leviticus 2:1) ... and Levi 6:14-23 It was to be composed of fine flour, seasoned with salt and mixed with oil and frankincense, but without leaven; and it was generally accompanied by a drink offering of wine. A portion of it, including all the frankincense, was to be burnt on the altar as "a memorial;" the rest belonged to the priest; but the meat offerings offered by the priests themselves were to be wholly burnt. Its meaning appears to be exactly expressed in the words of David. (1 Chronicles 29:10-14) It will be seen that this meaning involves neither of the main ideas of sacrifices --the atonement for sin and self-dedication to God. It takes them for granted, and is based on them. Rather it expresses gratitude and love to God as the giver of all. Accordingly the meat offering, properly so called, seems always to have been a subsidiary offering, needing to be introduced by the sin offering which represented the one idea, and to have formed an appendage to the burnt offering, which represented the other. The unbloody offerings offered alone did not properly belong to the regular meat offerings; they were usually substitutes for other offerings. Comp. (Leviticus 5:11; Numbers 5:15) [MEAT]



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