Wine: Offered With Sacrifices
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Exodus 29:40
And with the one lamb a tenth deal of flour mingled with the fourth part of an hin of beaten oil; and the fourth part of an hin of wine for a drink offering.
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Leviticus 23:13
And the meat offering thereof shall be two tenth deals of fine flour mingled with oil, an offering made by fire to the LORD for a sweet smell: and the drink offering thereof shall be of wine, the fourth part of an hin.
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Numbers 15:5,10
And the fourth part of an hin of wine for a drink offering shall you prepare with the burnt offering or sacrifice, for one lamb.
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Numbers 28:7,14
And the drink offering thereof shall be the fourth part of an hin for the one lamb: in the holy place shall you cause the strong wine to be poured to the LORD for a drink offering.
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On the Sacrifice of the Mass
... at its institution; and when the ancient sacrifices ceased the ... the body and blood
of Our Lord are offered to His ... of Our Lord the bread and wine are consecrated ...
/.../kinkead/baltimore catechism no 4/lesson 24 on the sacrifice.htm

Whether a Suitable Cause Can be Assigned for the Ceremonies which ...
... unbecoming that besides animals, nothing but bread, wine, oil, incense, and salt
should be offered to God. Objection 14: Further, bodily sacrifices denote the ...
/.../aquinas/summa theologica/whether a suitable cause can.htm

Prayers and Praise from a Pure Mind, Ceaselessly Offered, Far ...
... which we practice, as the turtle-dove and the pigeon offered for sins ... So, then, the
law sacrifices not the goat, except in the sole ... "For wine," says Androcydes ...
/.../clement/the stromata or miscellanies/chapter vi prayers and praise from.htm

The Manner of Our Offering Sacrifices.
... 3. The sacrifices for sins are offered in the same manner ... law requires, both in private
and public sacrifices, that the ... of oil which they do of wine, and they ...
/.../josephus/the antiquities of the jews/chapter 9 the manner of.htm

Of Noah the Inventor of Wine, who First had Knowledge of the Stars ...
... which circumstance they are refuted who regard Bacchus as the author of wine. ... earth,
the sea, without any images and temples, and offered sacrifices to them in ...
/.../lactantius/the divine institutes/chap xiv of noah the inventor.htm

She, on the Prohibition of Ambrose, Abstains from Honouring the ...
... offered in those places, also knows that these are not sacrifices offered to the ...
the Pagans, "and appeasing the shades' of the departed with wine and food ...
/.../the confessions and letters of st/chapter ii she on the prohibition.htm

So Also were Sacrifices and Oblations.
... Have ye offered unto Me victims and sacrifices in the ... the musical instruments; they
reckon them as stable, and not as fleeting, who drink wine in bowls ...
/.../chapter xxii so also were sacrifices.htm

Whether Offering a Sacrifice to God is of the Law of Nature?
... the case with sacrifices: for we read of some, eg Melchisedech (Gn.14:18), offering
bread and wine in sacrifice, and of certain animals being offered by some ...
/.../aquinas/summa theologica/whether offering a sacrifice to.htm

How the Temple was Built While the Cutheans Endeavored in Vain to ...
... and kids of the goats, and fine flour, and oil, and wine, and all ... priests, and Levites,
and the other multitude of the Israelites, offered sacrifices, as the ...
/.../josephus/the antiquities of the jews/chapter 4 how the temple.htm

The So-Called Gods of one Place are Used as victims in Another.
... For those who are considered gods by some are offered as sacrifices and drink ... The
Indians worship Dionysus, using the name as a symbol for wine, and others ...
/.../select works and letters or athanasius/section 24 the so-called gods.htm





Wine in Bottles

Wine in Excess: Forbidden

Wine in Excess: Impairs the Health

Wine in Excess: Impairs the Judgment and Memory

Wine in Excess: Inflames the Passions

Wine in Excess: Infuriates the Temper

Wine in Excess: Leads to Remorse

Wine in Excess: Leads to Sorrow and Contention

Wine in Skins (Rv)

Wine in Times of Scarcity, Was Mixed With Water

Wine of Abominations

Wine of Staggering (Rv)

Wine of the Abominations of the Apostasy

Wine of the Blessing of the Gospel

Wine of the Blood of Christ

Wine of the Divine Judgments

Wine of the Joy of Wisdom

Wine of the Joys of Spiritual Matters

Wine of the Wrath and Judgments of God

Wine of Violence and Rapine

Wine Press

Wine Press in Vineyards

Wine Press of the Judgments of God

Wine Press: General Scriptures Concerning

Wine Press: Treading The, of the Sufferings of Christ

Wine Press: Trodden With Joy and Shouting

Wine used at Meals

Wine was Kept in Bottles

Wine was Made of The Juice of the Grape

Wine was Made of The Juice of the Pomegranate

Wine was Stored in Cellars

Wine was Used for Drink offerings in Idolatrous Worship

Wine was Used for Drink offerings in the Worship of God

Wine was Used: As a Beverage from the Earliest Age

Wine was Used: As a Medicine

Wine was Used: At all Feasts and Entertainments

Wine with Corn and Oil, Denoted all Temporal Blessings

Wine: Abstinence from of Daniel

Wine: Abstinence from of the Courtiers of Ahasuerus

Wine: Abstinence from of Timothy

Wine: Admonitions Against the Use of

Wine: An Article of Extensive Commerce

Wine: Banquets of

Wine: Cellars For

Wine: Cheap Wine (Like Vinegar) Given to Jesus at the Crucifixion

Wine: Cheering God and Man

Wine: Commerce In

Wine: Consequence of Putting (When New), Into Old Bottles

Wine: Custom of Giving to Persons in Pain or Suffering, Mixed With

Wine: Custom of Presenting to Travellers

Wine: Denied to the Israelites in the Wilderness, So That They Could Know That the Lord Was Their God

Wine: Fermented

Wine: First Fruits of, to be offered to God

Wine: First Mention of

Wine: First Mode of Making, Notice

Wine: Forbidden to Kings

Wine: Forbidden to Nazarites

Wine: Forbidden to Nazarites During Their Separation

Wine: Forbidden to Priests While on Duty

Wine: Forbidden to the Priests While Engaged in the Tabernacle

Wine: from Pomegranates

Wine: Generally Made by Treading the Grapes in a Press

Wine: Given by Melchizedek to Abraham

Wine: Given in Abundance to the Jews when Obedient

Wine: Gladdening the Heart

Wine: Improved by Age

Wine: Inflames the Eyes

Wine: Intoxication from the Use of

Wine: Intoxication From: Ahasuerus

Wine: Intoxication From: Amnon

Wine: Intoxication From: Falsely Charged Against the Disciples

Wine: Intoxication From: Joseph and his Brothers

Wine: Intoxication From: Kings of Israel

Wine: Intoxication From: Lot

Wine: Intoxication From: Nabal

Wine: Intoxication From: Noah

Wine: Kept in Jars

Wine: Made by Jesus at the Marriage Feast in Cana

Wine: Made from Grapes

Wine: Making Mirthful

Wine: Many Kinds of

Wine: Medicinal Use of

Wine: New

Wine: Offered With Sacrifices

Wine: Often Spiced to Increase Its Strength

Wine: Old

Wine: Places Celebrated For: Assyria

Wine: Places Celebrated For: Canaan in General

Wine: Places Celebrated For: Helbon

Wine: Places Celebrated For: Lebanon

Wine: Places Celebrated For: Moab

Wine: Places Celebrated For: Possessions of Judah

Wine: Recommended by Paul to Timothy

Wine: Red, Most Esteemed

Wine: Refined

Wine: Refining of, Alluded To

Wine: Sacramental Use of

Wine: Samson's Mother Forbidden to Drink

Wine: Sometimes Mixed With Milk As a Beverage

Wine: Strengthening

Wine: Sweet, Esteemed for Flavour and Strength

Wine: Symbolical of the Blood of Jesus

Wine: The Jews Frequently Deprived of, As a Punishment

Wine: The Jews Frequently Drank, to Excess

Wine: The Love of Christ to be Preferred To

Wine: The Rechabites Never Drank

Wine: Unclassified Scriptures Relating To

Wine: Water Miraculously Turned Into

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