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You are to put all these 1 in Aaron’s hands 2 and in his sons’ hands, and you are to wave them as a wave offering 3 before the Lord.
He then put all of them on the palms 1 of Aaron and his sons, who waved 2 them as a wave offering before the Lord. 3
I too will clap my hands together, I will exhaust my rage; I the Lord have spoken.”
If I wash myself with snow water, 1 and make my hands clean with lye, 2
With great power God 1 grasps my clothing; 2 he binds me like the collar 3 of my tunic.
I maintain a pure lifestyle, 1 so I can appear before your altar, 2 O Lord,
For this reason 1 I will praise you while I live; in your name I will lift up my hands. 2
I concluded, 1 “Surely in vain I have kept my motives 2 pure and maintained a pure lifestyle. 3
I will lift my hands to 1 your commands, which I love, and I will meditate on your statutes.
May you accept my prayer like incense, my uplifted hands like the evening offering! 1
So they gathered it each morning, 1 each person according to what he could eat, and when the sun got hot, it would melt. 2
When my glory passes by, I will put you in a cleft in the rock and will cover 1 you with my hand 2 while I pass by. 3
Then I will take away my hand, and you will see my back, 1 but my face must not be seen.” 2
There was an opening in the center of the robe, like the opening of a collar, with an edge all around the opening so that it could not be torn.
He gave two carts and four oxen to the Gershonites, as their service required;
My eyes grow weak because of oppression. I call out to you, O Lord, all day long; I spread out my hands in prayer to you. 1
“‘See, I strike my hands together 1 at the dishonest profit you have made, and at the bloodshed 2 they have done among you.
Did Abraham 1 not say to me, ‘She is my sister’? And she herself said, 2 ‘He is my brother.’ I have done this with a clear conscience 3 and with innocent hands!”
There is to be an opening 1 in its top 2 in the center of it, with an edge all around the opening, the work of a weaver, 3 like the opening of a collar, 4 so that it cannot be torn. 5
but if only a few years remain 1 until the jubilee, he must calculate for himself in keeping with the remaining years and refund it for his redemption.