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  • the altar of burnt offering with all its utensils; the washbasin and its pedestal; - Exodus 31:9


  • When Aaron saw how excited the people were about it, he built an altar in front of the calf and announced, "Tomorrow there will be a festival to the LORD!" - Exodus 32:5


  • Instead, you must break down their pagan altars, smash the sacred pillars they worship, and cut down their carved images. - Exodus 34:13


  • the incense altar and its carrying poles; the anointing oil and fragrant incense; the curtain for the entrance of the Tabernacle; - Exodus 35:15


  • the altar of burnt offering; the bronze grating of the altar and its carrying poles and utensils; the large washbasin with its pedestal; - Exodus 35:16


  • The incense altar was made of acacia wood. It was eighteen inches square and three feet high, with its corner horns made from the same piece of wood as the altar itself. - Exodus 37:25


  • He overlaid the top, sides, and horns of the altar with pure gold and ran a gold molding around the edge. - Exodus 37:26


  • The altar for burning animal sacrifices also was constructed of acacia wood. It was 7 feet square at the top and 4 feet high.*1 - Exodus 38:1


  • There were four horns, one at each of the four corners, all of one piece with the rest. This altar was overlaid with bronze. - Exodus 38:2


  • Then he made all the bronze utensils to be used with the altar--the ash buckets, shovels, basins, meat hooks, and firepans. - Exodus 38:3


  • These poles were inserted into the rings at the side of the altar. The altar was hollow and was made from planks. - Exodus 38:7


  • which was used for casting the bases for the posts at the entrance to the Tabernacle, and for the bronze altar with its bronze grating and altar utensils. - Exodus 38:30


  • And Gideon built an altar to the LORD there and named it "The LORD Is Peace."* The altar remains in Ophrah in the land of the clan of Abiezer to this day.2 - Judges 6:24


  • That night the LORD said to Gideon, "Take the second best bull from your father's herd, the one that is seven years old. Pull down your father's altar to Baal, and cut down the Asherah pole standing beside it. - Judges 6:25


  • Then build an altar to the LORD your God here on this hill, laying the stones carefully. Sacrifice the bull as a burnt offering on the altar, using as fuel the wood of the Asherah pole you cut down." - Judges 6:26


  • Early the next morning, as the people of the town began to stir, someone discovered that the altar of Baal had been knocked down and that the Asherah pole beside it was gone. In their place a new altar had been built, and it had the remains of a sacrifice on it. - Judges 6:28


  • "Bring out your son," they shouted to Joash. "He must die for destroying the altar of Baal and for cutting down the Asherah pole." - Judges 6:30
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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