O Lord, please accept the freewill offerings of my praise! 1 Teach me your regulations!
besides 1 the Sabbaths of the Lord and all your gifts, votive offerings, and freewill offerings which you must give to the Lord.
“‘These things you must present to the Lord at your appointed times, in addition to your vows and your freewill offerings, as your burnt offerings, your grain offerings, your drink offerings, and your peace offerings.’”
And there you must take your burnt offerings, your sacrifices, your tithes, the personal offerings you have prepared, 1 your votive offerings, your freewill offerings, and the firstborn of your herds and flocks.
With a freewill offering I will sacrifice 1 to you! I will give thanks to your name, O Lord, for it is good!
Kore son of Imnah, a Levite and the guard on the east side, was in charge of the voluntary offerings made to God and disbursed the contributions made to the Lord and the consecrated items.
Afterward they offered the continual burnt offerings and those for the new moons and those for all the holy assemblies of the Lord and all those that were being voluntarily offered to the Lord.
Then I said to them, “You are holy to the Lord, just as these vessels are holy. The silver and the gold are a voluntary offering to the Lord, the God of your fathers.
along with all the silver and gold that you may collect 1 throughout all the province of Babylon and the contributions of the people and the priests for the temple of their God which is in Jerusalem.
“Speak to Aaron, his sons, and all the Israelites and tell them, ‘When any man 1 from the house of Israel or from the foreigners in Israel 2 presents his offering for any of the votive or freewill offerings which they present to the Lord as a burnt offering,
If a man presents a peace offering sacrifice to the Lord for a special votive offering 1 or for a freewill offering from the herd or the flock, it must be flawless to be acceptable; 2 it must have no flaw. 3
and you make an offering by fire to the Lord from the herd or from the flock (whether a burnt offering or a sacrifice for discharging a vow or as a freewill offering or in your solemn feasts) to create a pleasing aroma to the Lord,
You will not be allowed to eat in your villages your tithe of grain, new wine, olive oil, the firstborn of your herd and flock, any votive offerings you have vowed, or your freewill and personal offerings.
When the prince provides a freewill offering, a burnt offering, or peace offerings as a voluntary offering to the Lord, the gate facing east will be opened for him, and he will provide his burnt offering and his peace offerings just as he did on the Sabbath. Then he will go out, and the gate will be closed after he goes out. 1