Sacrifices

Sacrifices

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


  • They offered sacrifices to demons, non-gods, to gods they had not known before, to gods only recently arrived, to gods their ancestors had never feared. - Deuteronomy 32:17


  • 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


  • They summon the people to the mountain to offer proper sacrifices there. They benefit from the riches of the sea and the hidden treasures of the sand." - Deuteronomy 33:19


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


  • 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


  • So they called the place "Weeping,"* and they offered sacrifices to the LORD.1 - Judges 2:5


  • The Philistine leaders held a great festival, offering sacrifices and praising their god, Dagon. They said, "Our god has given us victory over our enemy Samson!" - Judges 16:23


  • 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


  • So why do you scorn my sacrifices and offerings? Why do you honor your sons more than me--for you and they have become fat from the best offerings of my people! - 1 Samuel 2:29


  • So I have vowed that the sins of Eli and his sons will never be forgiven by sacrifices or offerings." - 1 Samuel 3:14


  • Several men of the tribe of Levi lifted the Ark of the LORD and the chest containing the gold rats and gold tumors from the cart and placed them on the large rock. Many burnt offerings and sacrifices were offered to the LORD that day by the people of Beth-shemesh. - 1 Samuel 6:15


  • But Samuel replied, "What is more pleasing to the LORD: your burnt offerings and sacrifices or your obedience to his voice? Obedience is far better than sacrifice. Listening to him is much better than offering the fat of rams. - 1 Samuel 15:22


  • While he was offering the sacrifices, he sent for Ahithophel, one of David's counselors who lived in Giloh. Soon many others also joined Absalom, and the conspiracy gained momentum. - 2 Samuel 15:12


  • Abiathar and Zadok and the Levites took the Ark of the Covenant of God and set it down beside the road. Then they offered sacrifices there until everyone had passed by. - 2 Samuel 15:24
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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