Meat-Offerings: Consisted of Fine Flour Baked in a Pan
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Leviticus 2:5
And if your oblation be a meat offering baked in a pan, it shall be of fine flour unleavened, mingled with oil.
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Meat-Offerings of Jealousy, Without Oil or Incense

Meat-Offerings were Most Holy

Meat-Offerings: A Small Part of, Was Consumed on the Altar for a Memorial

Meat-Offerings: Always Seasoned With Salt

Meat-Offerings: Consisted of Barley Meal

Meat-Offerings: Consisted of Fine Flour

Meat-Offerings: Consisted of Fine Flour Baked in a Frying Pan

Meat-Offerings: Consisted of Fine Flour Baked in a Pan

Meat-Offerings: Consisted of Green Ears of Corn Parched

Meat-Offerings: Consisted of Unleavened Cakes Baked in the Oven

Meat-Offerings: High Priest's Deputy had Care of

Meat-Offerings: Laid up in a Chamber of the Temple

Meat-Offerings: Materials for Public, often Provided by the Princes

Meat-Offerings: No Leaven Used With

Meat-Offerings: Not to be offered on Altar of Incense

Meat-Offerings: Offered by the High Priest Every Day, Half in the Morning and Half

Meat-Offerings: Offered by the Poor for a Trespass offering

Meat-Offerings: Offered with all Burnt offerings

Meat-Offerings: Offered with the Daily Sacrifices

Meat-Offerings: Offered: On the Altar of Burnt offering

Meat-Offerings: Oil and Incense Used With

Meat-Offerings: The Jews: Condemned for offering, to Idols

Meat-Offerings: The Jews: Often not Accepted In

Meat-Offerings: The Jews: Often Prevented from offering, by Judgments

Meat-Offerings: The Priest's Portion

Meat-Offerings: To be Eaten by the Males of the House of Aaron Alone

Meat-Offerings: To be Eaten in the Holy Place

Meat-Offerings: when offered for a Priest Entirely Consumed by Fire

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