Priest

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  • He told them about his agreement with Micah and that he was Micah's personal priest. - Judges 18:4


  • "Go in peace," the priest replied. "For the LORD will go ahead of you on your journey." - Judges 18:6


  • When the priest saw the men carrying all the sacred objects out of Micah's shrine, he said, "What are you doing?" - Judges 18:18


  • "Be quiet and come with us," they said. "Be a father and priest to all of us. Isn't it better to be a priest for an entire tribe of Israel than just for the household of one man?" - Judges 18:19


  • The young priest was quite happy to go with them, so he took along the sacred ephod, the household idols, and the carved image. - Judges 18:20


  • "What do you mean, What do I want?" Micah replied. "You've taken away all my gods and my priest, and I have nothing left!" - Judges 18:24


  • Then, with Micah's idols and his priest, the men of Dan came to the town of Laish, whose people were peaceful and secure. They attacked and killed all the people and burned the town to the ground. - Judges 18:27


  • Then they set up the carved image, and they appointed Jonathan son of Gershom, a descendant of Moses,* as their priest. This family continued as priests for the tribe of Dan until the Exile.1 - Judges 18:30


  • Each year Elkanah and his family would travel to Shiloh to worship and sacrifice to the LORD Almighty at the Tabernacle. The priests of the LORD at that time were the two sons of Eli--Hophni and Phinehas. - 1 Samuel 1:3


  • Once when they were at Shiloh, Hannah went over to the Tabernacle* after supper to pray to the LORD. Eli the priest was sitting at his customary place beside the entrance.4 - 1 Samuel 1:9


  • Then Elkanah and Hannah returned home to Ramah without Samuel. And the boy became the LORD's helper, for he assisted Eli the priest. - 1 Samuel 2:11


  • or for their duties as priests. Whenever anyone offered a sacrifice, Eli's sons would send over a servant with a three-pronged fork. While the meat of the sacrificed animal was still boiling, - 1 Samuel 2:13


  • Now Samuel, though only a boy, was the LORD's helper. He wore a linen tunic just like that of a priest.*1 - 1 Samuel 2:18


  • 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


  • "Therefore, the LORD, the God of Israel, says: The terrible things you are doing cannot continue! I had promised that your branch of the tribe of Levi* would always be my priests. But I will honor only those who honor me, and I will despise those who despise me.2 - 1 Samuel 2:30


  • I will put an end to your family, so it will no longer serve as my priests. All the members of your family will die before their time. None will live to a ripe old age. - 1 Samuel 2:31


  • "Then I will raise up a faithful priest who will serve me and do what I tell him to do. I will bless his descendants, and his family will be priests to my anointed kings forever. - 1 Samuel 2:35
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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