Peace-Offerings: The offerer Required: To Lay his Hand Upon Its Head
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Separation to God.
... with their meat-offering and drink-offering was required. ... of this was the sacrifice
of peace-offerings made by ... who offered it, nor by the offerer who presented ...
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Scriptural Types.
... It was required by the law that all the sacrificial ... Thus the breast of the
peace-offerings was always waved, and ... of the altar and to the person of the offerer. ...
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Nature of Covenanting.
... of the transaction and the offerer"every command ... the feast seven days, offering
peace-offerings, and making ... What is not required of all individually, may not ...
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Interpretation of Prophecy.
... the males among the people were required to repair ... been burned on the altar, the
offerer feasted with ... boiling the flesh of the peace-offerings, precisely as we ...
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The Synoptic Gospels
... heavy as that which is required to change ... offerings, but burnt offerings and peace
offerings, it is ... covering," or neutralizing, the offerer's unworthiness to ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook
Leviticus 3:2,8,13
And he shall lay his hand on the head of his offering, and kill it at the door of the tabernacle of the congregation: and Aaron's sons the priests shall sprinkle the blood on the altar round about.
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Peace-Offerings by David After the Plague

Peace-Offerings by David on Bringing up the Ark

Peace-Offerings by Israel After Their Defeat

Peace-Offerings by Joshua After his Victories

Peace-Offerings by Manasseh on Repairing and Restoring the Altar

Peace-Offerings by Solomon Three Times a Year

Peace-Offerings for Confirming the Legal Covenant

Peace-Offerings for Reconciliation

Peace-Offerings for the People at Large

Peace-Offerings: A Male or Female of Herd or Flock

Peace-Offerings: As a Thanksgiving-Offering

Peace-Offerings: As a Votive offering

Peace-Offerings: At all the Festivals

Peace-Offerings: At Consecration of Priests

Peace-Offerings: At Coronation of Kings

Peace-Offerings: At Dedication of Tabernacle

Peace-Offerings: At Dedication of Temple

Peace-Offerings: At Expiration of Nazarite's Vow

Peace-Offerings: If a Thanksgiving offering to be Eaten the Day offered

Peace-Offerings: If a Votive offering to be Eaten the Same Day or the Next

Peace-Offerings: No Unclean Person to Eat of

Peace-Offerings: Required to be Perfect and Free from Blemish

Peace-Offerings: The offerer Required: To Bring It Himself

Peace-Offerings: The offerer Required: To Give It Freely

Peace-Offerings: The offerer Required: To Kill It at Tabernacle Door

Peace-Offerings: The offerer Required: To Lay his Hand Upon Its Head

Peace-Offerings: The Priest: An offering Most Acceptable

Peace-Offerings: The Priest: Generally Accompanied by a Burnt-Offering

Peace-Offerings: The Priest: had the Shoulder and Breast As his Portion

Peace-Offerings: The Priest: Heaved the Right Shoulder As an Heave-Offering

Peace-Offerings: The Priest: Laid It Upon the Daily Burnt offering to be Consumed With

Peace-Offerings: The Priest: Offered the Inside Fat by Fire

Peace-Offerings: The Priest: Often Accompanied by a Sin-Offering

Peace-Offerings: The Priest: Prepared

Peace-Offerings: The Priest: Sprinkled the Blood on the Altar

Peace-Offerings: The Priest: Waved the Breast As a Wave-Offering

Peace-Offerings: To be Eaten Before the Lord

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