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  • "The LORD alone is God! The LORD alone is God! We have not built the altar in rebellion against the LORD. If we have done so, do not spare our lives this day. But the LORD knows, and let all Israel know, too, - Joshua 22:22

  • that we have not built an altar for ourselves to turn away from the LORD. Nor will we use it for our burnt offerings or grain offerings or peace offerings. If we have built it for this purpose, may the LORD himself punish us. - Joshua 22:23

  • "We have built this altar because we fear that in the future your descendants will say to ours, `What right do you have to worship the LORD, the God of Israel? - Joshua 22:24

  • So we decided to build the altar, not for burnt sacrifices, - Joshua 22:26

  • If they say this, our descendants can reply, `Look at this copy of the LORD's altar that our ancestors made. It is not for burnt offerings or sacrifices; it is a reminder of the relationship both of us have with the LORD.' - Joshua 22:28

  • Far be it from us to rebel against the LORD or turn away from him by building our own altar for burnt offerings, grain offerings, or sacrifices. Only the altar of the LORD our God that stands in front of the Tabernacle may be used for that purpose." - Joshua 22:29

  • The people of Reuben and Gad named the altar "Witness,"* for they said, "It is a witness between us and them that the LORD is our God, too."1 - Joshua 22:34

  • For your part, you were not to make any covenants with the people living in this land; instead, you were to destroy their altars. Why, then, have you disobeyed my command? - Judges 2:2

  • As the flames from the altar shot up toward the sky, the angel of the LORD ascended in the fire. When Manoah and his wife saw this, they fell with their faces to the ground. - Judges 13:20

  • Sometimes the servant would come even before the animal's fat had been burned on the altar. He would demand raw meat before it had been boiled so that it could be used for roasting. - 1 Samuel 2:15

  • I chose your ancestor Aaron* from among all his relatives to be my priest, to offer sacrifices on my altar, to burn incense, and to wear the priestly garments* as he served me. And I assigned the sacrificial offerings to you priests.1 - 1 Samuel 2:28

  • Then he would return to his home at Ramah, and he would hear cases there, too. And Samuel built an altar to the LORD at Ramah. - 1 Samuel 7:17

  • "When you arrive at Gibeah of God,* where the garrison of the Philistines is located, you will meet a band of prophets coming down from the altar on the hill. They will be playing a harp, a tambourine, a flute, and a lyre, and they will be prophesying.2 - 1 Samuel 10:5

  • When Saul had finished prophesying, he climbed the hill to the altar. - 1 Samuel 10:13

  • And Saul built an altar to the LORD, the first one he had ever built. - 1 Samuel 14:35

  • That day Gad came to David and said to him, "Go and build an altar to the LORD on the threshing floor of Araunah the Jebusite." - 2 Samuel 24:18

  • "Why have you come, my lord?" Araunah asked. And David replied, "I have come to buy your threshing floor and to build an altar to the LORD there, so that the LORD will stop the plague." - 2 Samuel 24:21
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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