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  • You may do so only at the place the LORD will choose within one of your tribal territories. There you must offer your burnt offerings and do everything I command you. - Deuteronomy 12:14

  • "But your offerings must not be eaten at home--neither the tithe of your grain and new wine and olive oil, nor the firstborn of your flocks and herds, nor an offering to fulfill a vow, nor your freewill offerings, nor your special gifts. - Deuteronomy 12:17

  • Take your sacred gifts and your offerings given to fulfill a vow to the place the LORD chooses to dwell. - Deuteronomy 12:26

  • You must offer the meat and blood of your burnt offerings on the altar of the LORD your God. The blood of your other sacrifices must be poured out beside the altar of the LORD your God, but you may eat the meat. - Deuteronomy 12:27

  • "Remember that the Levitical priests and the rest of the tribe of Levi will not be given an inheritance of land like the other tribes in Israel. Instead, the priests and Levites will eat from the offerings given to the LORD by fire, for that is their inheritance. - Deuteronomy 18:1

  • "These are the parts the priests may claim as their share from the oxen and sheep that the people bring as offerings: the shoulder, the cheeks, and the stomach. - Deuteronomy 18:3

  • He may eat his share of the sacrifices and offerings, even if he has a private source of income. - Deuteronomy 18:8

  • Do not shape the stones with an iron tool. On the altar you must offer burnt offerings to the LORD your God. - Deuteronomy 27:6

  • Sacrifice peace offerings on it also, and feast there with great joy before the LORD your God. - Deuteronomy 27:7

  • Where now are those gods, who ate the fat of their sacrifices and drank the wine of their offerings? Let those gods arise and help you! Let them provide you with shelter! - Deuteronomy 32:38

  • Now let them teach your regulations to Jacob; let them give your instructions to Israel. They will present incense before you and offer whole burnt offerings on the altar. - Deuteronomy 33:10

  • He followed the instructions that Moses the LORD's servant had written in the Book of the Law: "Make me an altar from stones that are uncut and have not been shaped with iron tools." Then on the altar they presented burnt offerings and peace offerings to the LORD. - Joshua 8:31

  • Moses did not assign any land to the tribe of Levi. Instead, as the LORD had promised them, their inheritance came from the offerings burned on the altar to the LORD, the God of Israel. - Joshua 13:14

  • 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

  • but as a memorial. It will remind our descendants and your descendants that we, too, have the right to worship the LORD at his sanctuary with our burnt offerings, sacrifices, and peace offerings. Then your descendants will not be able to say to ours, `You have no claim to the LORD.' - Joshua 22:27

  • 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
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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