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They made an image of a calf at Horeb, and worshiped a metal idol.
He makes Lebanon skip like a calf and Sirion 1 like a young ox. 2
So Aaron approached the altar and slaughtered the sin offering calf which was for himself.
Now the woman 1 had a well-fed calf 2 at her home that she quickly slaughtered. Taking some flour, she kneaded bread and baked it without leaven.
Their legs were straight, but the soles of their feet were like calves’ feet. They gleamed 1 like polished bronze.
He accepted the gold 1 from them, 2 fashioned 3 it with an engraving tool, and made a molten calf. 4 Then they said, “These are your gods, 5 O Israel, who brought you up out of Egypt.”
and said to Aaron, “Take for yourself a bull calf for a sin offering and a ram for a burnt offering, both flawless, and present them before the Lord.
When I looked, you had indeed sinned against the Lord your God and had cast for yourselves a metal calf; 1 you had quickly turned aside from the way he 2 had commanded you!
On top of each stand was a round opening three-quarters of a foot deep; 1 there were also supports and frames on top of the stands.
There were six steps leading up to the throne, and the back of it was rounded on top. The throne had two armrests with a statue of a lion standing on each side. 1
even when they made a cast image of a calf for themselves and said, ‘This is your God who brought you up from Egypt,’ or when they committed atrocious 1 blasphemies.
For the fortified city 1 is left alone; it is a deserted settlement and abandoned like the desert. Calves 2 graze there; they lie down there and eat its branches bare. 3
That idol was made by a workman – it is not God! The calf idol of Samaria will be broken to bits.
They have quickly turned aside 1 from the way that I commanded them – they have made for themselves a molten calf and have bowed down to it and sacrificed to it and said, ‘These are your gods, O Israel, which brought you up from the land of Egypt.’”
He also made the large bronze basin called “The Sea.” 1 It measured 15 feet 2 from rim to rim, was circular in shape, and stood seven-and-a-half feet 3 high. Its circumference was 45 feet. 4
Inside the stand was a round opening that was a foot-and-a-half deep; it had a support that was two and one-quarter feet long. 1 On the edge of the opening were carvings in square frames. 2