Tag Archives: Leviticus 2

gratitude up the line

Leviticus 2:14-16 Lev 2:14 “If you offer a tribute offering of firstfruits to Yahveh, you will offer for the tribute offering of your firstfruits fresh ears, roasted by fire, crushed new grain. Lev 2:15 And you will put oil over … Continue reading

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pure, protected and pleasing

Leviticus 2:11-13 Lev 2:11 No tribute offering that you bring to Yahveh will be made with yeast, because you will burn no yeast nor any honey as a fire offering to Yahveh. Lev 2:12 You may bring them to Yahveh … Continue reading

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tribute offerings and provision in ministry

Leviticus 2:7-10 Lev 2:7 And if your offering is a tribute offering cooked in a pan, it will be made of fine flour with oil. Lev 2:8 And you will bring the tribute offering that is made of these ingredients … Continue reading

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tribute offerings and brother love

Leviticus 2:4-6 Lev 2:4 “When you bring a tribute offering baked in the oven as an offering, it will be unleavened rolls of fine flour mixed with oil or unleavened crackers coated with oil. Lev 2:5 And if your offering … Continue reading

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oil and incense

Leviticus 2:1-3 Lev 2:1 “When any soul brings a tribute offering as an offering to Yahveh, his offering will be of fine flour. He will pour oil over it and include frankincense with it Lev 2:2 and bring it to … Continue reading

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well-prepared devotion

Leviticus 2     The grain offerings had to be well-prepared by the worshipper.  They had to look good, smell good, taste good.  A portion of them would always be consumed on the altar, but the rest would go to the priests. … Continue reading

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