Whether Men are Bound to Pay Tithes under a Necessity of Precept?
... tribes should give one-tenth part of their revenues to the ... is stated that the
first-born were priests, and that ... to the poor not merely the tenth part, but all ...
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... place to legislation regulating the duties, relative position and revenues of the
priests and Levites ... By far the largest part of the book comes from P, and ...
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How Herod Rebuilt the Temple and Raised it Higher and Made it More ...
... and have gained great riches and large revenues, and, what ... feet; but the breadth
of the middle part of the ... But the temple itself was built by the priests in a ...
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The Greeks Drew Many of their Philosophical Tenets from the ...
... gods, and the whole of the training of the priests. ... among the Egyptians, also over
the distribution of the revenues. ... said, The land; for the sea was part of it ...
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How Alexander [Bala] in his War with Demetrius, Granted Jonathan ...
... of the trees, I relinquish my part of them ... I bequeath also, out of my own revenues,
yearly, for ... the temple, because they appertain to the priests that minister ...
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Appendix iv. An Abstract of Jewish History from the Reign of ...
... The succession of the High-Priests, as given in Nehem ... tax on the Levitical tithes
and on all revenues of the ... destroyed; the Jews forced to take part in heathen ...
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The Christians are not the Only Contemners of the Gods Contempt of ...
... five years bring them to the hammer among your revenues. ... there are assigned the services
of priests and sacred ... in a contempt (of the gods), on the part both of ...
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The Cleansing of the Temple - the Sign,' which is not a Sign.
... sons of Annas the High-Priest, and that they occupied part of the ... rich, and as
despoiling by open violence the common priests of their official revenues. ...
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Against the Arians, and Concerning Himself.
... nor do we count up yearly and daily revenues; nor do ... only so, but also anointing
Kings and Priests, and judging ... died for us, to refuse on our part to forgive ...
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The Historical Situation
... officer for the administration of the revenues; in provinces ... clear development and
definite adoption as part of the ... who were looked upon as priests, nor were ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookLeviticus 7:6-10,31,34
Every male among the priests shall eat thereof: it shall be eaten in the holy place: it is most holy.Torrey's Topical Textbook
And the priest shall take the sodden shoulder of the ram, and one unleavened cake out of the basket, and one unleavened wafer, and shall put them on the hands of the Nazarite, after the hair of his separation is shaven:
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And the LORD spoke to Aaron, Behold, I also have given you the charge of my heave offerings of all the hallowed things of the children of Israel; to you have I given them by reason of the anointing, and to your sons, by an ordinance for ever.
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And this shall be the priest's due from the people, from them that offer a sacrifice, whether it be ox or sheep; and they shall give to the priest the shoulder, and the two cheeks, and the maw.
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Priests and Levites
Priests were Sometimes: Corrupters of the Law
Priests were Sometimes: Drunken
Priests were Sometimes: Greedy
Priests were Sometimes: Profane and Wicked
Priests were Sometimes: Slow to Sanctify, Themselves for God's Services
Priests were Sometimes: Unjust
Priests were to Live by the Altar As They had No Inheritance
Priests: After the Exodus Young Men (First-Born) Deputed to Act As
Priests: All Except Seed of Aaron Excluded from Being
Priests: Ceremonies at Consecration of Anointing With Oil
Priests: Ceremonies at Consecration of Clothing With the Holy Garments
Priests: Ceremonies at Consecration of Lasted Seven Days
Priests: Ceremonies at Consecration of Offering Sacrifices
Priests: Ceremonies at Consecration of Partaking of the Sacrifices of Consecration
Priests: Ceremonies at Consecration of Placing in Their Hands the Wave-Offering
Priests: Ceremonies at Consecration of Purification by Blood of the Consecration Ram
Priests: Ceremonies at Consecration of Washing in Water
Priests: Divided by David Into Twenty-Four Courses
Priests: During Patriarchal Age Heads of Families Acted As
Priests: Each Course of, had Its President or Chief
Priests: First Notice of Persons Acting As
Priests: Garments of Laid up in Holy Chambers
Priests: Garments of Often Provided by the People
Priests: Garments of Purified by Sprinkling of Blood
Priests: Garments of The Bonnet
Priests: Garments of The Coat or Tunic
Priests: Garments of The Girdle
Priests: Garments of The Linen Breeches
Priests: Garments of Worn Always While Engaged in the Service of the Tabernacle
Priests: Garments of Worn at Consecration
Priests: Garments of Worn by the High Priest on the Day of Atonement
Priests: Generally Participated in Punishment of the People
Priests: Made of the Lowest of the People by Jeroboam and Others
Priests: Might Purchase and Hold Other Lands in Possession
Priests: No Blemished or Defective Persons Could be Consecrated
Priests: On Special Occasions Persons not of Aaron's Family Acted As
Priests: Publicly Consecrated
Priests: Punishment for Invading the office of
Priests: Required to Prove Their Genealogy Before They Exercised The
Priests: Required to Remain in the Tabernacle Seven Days After
Priests: Required to Wash in the Brazen Laver Before They Performed
Priests: Revenues of a Fixed Portion of the Spoil Taken in War
Priests: Revenues of all Devoted Things
Priests: Revenues of all Restitutions when the Owner Could not be Found
Priests: Revenues of First of the Wool of Sheep
Priests: Revenues of First-Born of Animals or Their Substitutes
Priests: Revenues of First-Fruits
Priests: Revenues of Part of all Sacrifices
Priests: Revenues of Redemption-Money of the First-Born
Priests: Revenues of Show-Bread After Its Removal
Priests: Revenues of Tenth of the Tithes Paid to the Levites
Priests: Sanctified by God for the office
Priests: Services of Blessing the People
Priests: Services of Blowing the Trumpets on Various Occasions
Priests: Services of Burning Incense
Priests: Services of Carrying the Ark
Priests: Services of Covering the Sacred Things of the Sanctuary Before Removal
Priests: Services of Deciding in Cases of Jealousy
Priests: Services of Deciding in Cases of Leprosy
Priests: Services of Encouraging the People when They Went to War
Priests: Services of Judging in Cases of Controversy
Priests: Services of Keeping the Charge of the Tabernacle
Priests: Services of Keeping the Sacred Fire Always Burning on the Altar
Priests: Services of Lighting and Trimming the Lamps of the Sanctuary
Priests: Services of Offering First Fruits
Priests: Services of Offering Sacrifices
Priests: Services of Placing and Removing Show-Bread
Priests: Services of Purifying the Unclean
Priests: Services of Teaching the Law
Priests: Services of Valuing Things Devoted
Priests: Services of, Divided by Lot
Priests: Services of, Ineffectual for Removing Sin
Priests: Special Laws Respecting: All Bought and Home-Born Servants to Eat of Their Portion
Priests: Special Laws Respecting: Children of, Married to Strangers, not to Eat of Their
Priests: Special Laws Respecting: No Sojourner or Hired Servant to Eat of Their Portion
Priests: Special Laws Respecting: Not to Defile Themselves by Eating What Died or Was Torn
Priests: Special Laws Respecting: Not to Defile Themselves for the Dead Except the Nearest of
Priests: Special Laws Respecting: Not to Drink Wine While Attending in the Tabernacle
Priests: Special Laws Respecting: Not to Marry Divorced or Improper Persons
Priests: Special Laws Respecting: Restitution to be Made To, by Persons Ignorantly Eating of
Priests: Special Laws Respecting: While Unclean Could not Eat of the Holy Things
Priests: Special Laws Respecting: While Unclean Could not Perform Any Service
Priests: The Four Courses Which Returned from Babylon Subdivided Into
Priests: The Sons of Aaron Appointed As, by Perpetual Statute
Priests: Thirteen of the Levitical Cities Given To, for Residence
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