Aaron

Aaron

 
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  • "Then Aaron must slaughter the goat as a sin offering for the people and bring its blood behind the inner curtain. There he will sprinkle the blood on the atonement cover and against the front of the Ark, just as he did with the bull's blood. - Leviticus 16:15


  • No one else is allowed inside the Tabernacle while Aaron goes in to make atonement for the Most Holy Place. No one may enter until he comes out again after making atonement for himself, his family, and all the Israelites. - Leviticus 16:17


  • "Then Aaron will go out to make atonement for the altar that stands before the LORD by smearing some of the blood from the bull and the goat on each of the altar's horns. - Leviticus 16:18


  • "When Aaron has finished making atonement for the Most Holy Place, the Tabernacle, and the altar, he must bring the living goat forward. - Leviticus 16:20


  • "As Aaron enters the Tabernacle, he must take off the linen garments he wore when he entered the Most Holy Place, and he must leave the garments there. - Leviticus 16:23


  • "The bull and goat given as sin offerings, whose blood Aaron brought into the Most Holy Place to make atonement for Israel, will be carried outside the camp to be burned. This includes the animals' hides, the internal organs, and the dung. - Leviticus 16:27


  • In future generations, the atonement ceremony will be performed by the anointed high priest who serves in place of his ancestor Aaron. He will put on the holy linen garments - Leviticus 16:32


  • "Give Aaron and his sons and all the Israelites these commands from the LORD: - Leviticus 17:2


  • "Tell Aaron that in all future generations, his descendants who have physical defects will not qualify to offer food to their God. - Leviticus 21:17


  • Even though he is a descendant of Aaron, his physical defects disqualify him from presenting offerings to the LORD by fire. Since he has a blemish, he may not offer food to his God. - Leviticus 21:21


  • So Moses gave these instructions to Aaron and his sons and to all the Israelites. - Leviticus 21:24


  • "Tell Aaron and his sons to treat the sacred gifts that the Israelites set apart for me with great care, so they do not profane my holy name. I am the LORD. - Leviticus 22:2


  • "Give Aaron and his sons and all the Israelites these instructions, which apply to those who are Israelites by birth as well as to the foreigners living among you. If you offer a whole burnt offering to the LORD, whether to fulfill a vow or as a freewill offering, - Leviticus 22:18


  • Aaron will set it up outside the inner curtain of the Most Holy Place in the Tabernacle* and must arrange to have the lamps tended continually, from evening until morning, before the LORD. This is a permanent law for you, and it must be kept by all future generations.1 - Leviticus 24:3


  • The loaves of bread belong to Aaron and his male descendants, who must eat them in a sacred place, for they represent a most holy portion of the offerings given to the LORD by fire." - Leviticus 24:9


  • twenty years old or older who are able to go to war. You and Aaron are to direct the project, - Numbers 1:3


  • Now Moses and Aaron and the chosen leaders - Numbers 1:17
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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