Offerings: Figurative
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Psalm 51:17
The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit: a broken and a contrite heart, O God, you will not despise.
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Jeremiah 33:11
The voice of joy, and the voice of gladness, the voice of the bridegroom, and the voice of the bride, the voice of them that shall say, Praise the LORD of hosts: for the LORD is good; for his mercy endures for ever: and of them that shall bring the sacrifice of praise into the house of the LORD. For I will cause to return the captivity of the land, as at the first, said the LORD.
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Romans 12:1
I beseech you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, that you present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God, which is your reasonable service.
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Philippians 4:18
But I have all, and abound: I am full, having received of Epaphroditus the things which were sent from you, an odor of a sweet smell, a sacrifice acceptable, well pleasing to God.
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Hebrews 13:15
By him therefore let us offer the sacrifice of praise to God continually, that is, the fruit of our lips giving thanks to his name.
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Strong's Hebrew
5927. alah -- to go up, ascend, climb
... bringing (2), brings (1), brought (66), burn (2), burnt offerings (1), came ... a great
variety of senses, primary and secondary, literal and figurative (as follow ...
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It is a Wretched Slavery which Takes the Figurative Expressions of ...
... For he who follows the letter takes figurative words as if they were proper ... a sacrifice,
does not carry his thoughts beyond the customary offerings of victims ...
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How Throughout all the East the Services of Tierce, Sext, and None ...
... For that the morning whole-burnt offerings and evening sacrifices were offered every
day continually in the temple, although with figurative offerings, we can ...
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Whether a Suitable Cause Can be Assigned for the Ceremonies which ...
... cause, according as they were intended for Divine worship; and a figurative or mystical ...
This was denoted in the offerings and sacrifices, by the fact that man ...
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But the Ambiguities of Metaphorical Words, About which I am Next ...
... For he who follows the letter takes figurative words as if they were proper ... a sacrifice,
does not carry his thoughts beyond the customary offerings of victims ...
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Whether the Old Law Comprises Ceremonial, Besides Moral, Precepts?
... no need for the Law to contain ceremonial precepts about certain figurative actions ...
the goddess of fruits), as some say: because, at first, offerings were made ...
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Index of Subjects.
... Historical types, 581, seq. Holocausts, or burnt-offerings, 598. ... Interpretation,
its human and divine sides, 526; of figurative language, 527, seq. ...
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Of those Things which a Man of God Spake by the Spirit to Eli the ...
... Wherefore then hast thou looked at mine incense and at mine offerings with an impudent ...
are said of that ineffable nature not in proper but in figurative words. ...
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On Baptism.
... Bridegroom afterwards separates those who have come in to the figurative marriage ...
For just as the offerings brought to the heathen altars [579] , though simple ...
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The Destruction of Jerusalem and the Coming of Christ. Ch. 21:5-38
... difficult to interpret; first of all, because it is phrased in figurative terms,
the ... of the temple, how it was adorned with goodly stones and offerings, he said ...
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Introduction.
... the works of God, and constitute the basis of all figurative language, whether in ...
The histories, offerings, and prophecies of the Old Testament are figures of ...
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Subtopics

Offerings

Offerings: All Animal Sacrifices Must be Eight Days Old or More

Offerings: Animal Sacrifices: A Type of Christ

Offerings: Antiquity of

Offerings: Burnt

Offerings: Burnt: Accompanied by Other offerings

Offerings: Burnt: Its Purpose Was to Make an Atonement for Sin

Offerings: Burnt: Music With

Offerings: Burnt: Offered Daily, Morning and Evening

Offerings: Burnt: Ordinances Concerning

Offerings: Burnt: Skins of, Belonged to Priests

Offerings: Christ's offering of Himself

Offerings: Could not Make the offerer Perfect

Offerings: Declared to be Most Holy

Offerings: Different Kinds of Burnt

Offerings: Different Kinds of Drink

Offerings: Different Kinds of First-Fruits

Offerings: Different Kinds of Free-Will

Offerings: Different Kinds of Gifts

Offerings: Different Kinds of Heave

Offerings: Different Kinds of Incense

Offerings: Different Kinds of Jealousy

Offerings: Different Kinds of Meat

Offerings: Different Kinds of Peace

Offerings: Different Kinds of Personal, for Redemption

Offerings: Different Kinds of Sin

Offerings: Different Kinds of Thank

Offerings: Different Kinds of Tithe

Offerings: Different Kinds of Trespass

Offerings: Different Kinds of Wave

Offerings: Drink: Libations of Wine offered With the Sacrifices

Offerings: Eaten

Offerings: Figurative

Offerings: Free Will with Meat and Drink offerings

Offerings: Free Will: Must be Perfect (Whole, Complete)

Offerings: Free Will: Obligatory when Signified in a Vow

Offerings: Free Will: To be Eaten by Priests

Offerings: Heave in Certain Instances This offering Was Brought to the Tabernacle, or Temple

Offerings: Heave: Consecrated by Being Elevated by the Priest

Offerings: Heave: Consisted of the Right Thigh or Hind Quarter (R. V.)

Offerings: Heave: Given to the Priests' Families As Part of Their Benefits

Offerings: Heave: Plunder, Including Captives and Other Articles of War

Offerings: Heave: To be offered on Taking Possession of the Land of Canaan

Offerings: Heave: when offered

Offerings: Hezekiah Prepared Chambers For

Offerings: Human Sacrifices: Abraham

Offerings: Human Sacrifices: Canaanites

Offerings: Human Sacrifices: Forbidden

Offerings: Human Sacrifices: Israelites

Offerings: Human Sacrifices: Moabites

Offerings: Human Sacrifices: Offered to Baal

Offerings: Human Sacrifices: Offered to Demons

Offerings: Human Sacrifices: The Sepharvites to Idols

Offerings: Insufficiency of

Offerings: Laid up in the Temple

Offerings: Made by Strangers, to be the Same As by the Jews

Offerings: Many Offenses Under the Law, Beyond the Efficacy of

Offerings: Meat: Not Mixed With Leaven (Yeast)

Offerings: Meat: Offered With the Sacrifices

Offerings: Meat: Ordinances Concerning

Offerings: Meat: Provided for in the Vision of Ezekiel

Offerings: Meat: Storage Rooms For, in the Temple Reconstructed by Ezra

Offerings: Meat: To be Eaten in the Holy Place

Offerings: Must be without Leaven (Yeast)

Offerings: Must Be: Accompanied With Leaven (Yeast)

Offerings: Must Be: Salted

Offerings: Offered at the Door of the Tabernacle

Offerings: Offered at the Door of the Temple

Offerings: Ordinance Relating to the Scapegoat

Offerings: Peace: Laws Concerning

Offerings: Required to Be: Brought in a Clean Vessel

Offerings: Required to Be: Brought to the Place Appointed of God

Offerings: Required to Be: Brought Without Delay

Offerings: Required to Be: Laid Before the Altar

Offerings: Required to Be: Offered in Love and Charity

Offerings: Required to Be: Offered in Righteous

Offerings: Required to Be: Offered Willingly

Offerings: Required to Be: Perfect

Offerings: Required to Be: Presented by the Priest

Offerings: Required to Be: The Best of Their Kind

Offerings: Sin: Ordinances Concerning

Offerings: Sin: Temporary

Offerings: Thank: Ordinances Concerning

Offerings: The Conversion of the Gentiles

Offerings: The Conversion of the Jews

Offerings: The Jews often: Abhorred, on Account of the Sins of the Priests

Offerings: The Jews often: Defrauded God of

Offerings: The Jews often: Gave the Worst They had As

Offerings: The Jews often: Presented to Idols

Offerings: The Jews often: Rejected In, Because of Sin

Offerings: The Jews often: Slow in Presenting

Offerings: Things Forbidden as The Price of a Dog

Offerings: Things Forbidden as The Price of Fornication

Offerings: Things Forbidden as Whatever Was Blemished

Offerings: Things Forbidden as Whatever Was Imperfect

Offerings: Things Forbidden as Whatever Was Unclean

Offerings: To be Made to God Alone

Offerings: Trespass: Offered by Idolaters

Offerings: Trespass: Ordinances Concerning

Offerings: Trespass: To be Eaten by the Priests

Offerings: Unacceptable, Without Gratitude

Offerings: Useless when not Accompanied by Genuine Piety

Offerings: Vow

Offerings: Wave: Belonged to the Priests

Offerings: Wave: Ordinances Concerning

Offerings: Wave: To be Eaten

Offerings: Wood: Fuel for the Temple

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