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They worshiped 1 Baal of Peor, and ate sacrifices offered to the dead. 2
Let them present thank offerings, and loudly proclaim what he has done! 1
“I have 1 fresh meat at home; 2 today I have fulfilled my vows!
Offer the prescribed sacrifices 1 and trust in the Lord! 2
“You must not offer 1 the blood of my sacrifice with bread containing yeast; the fat of my festal sacrifice must not remain until morning. 2
“You must not offer the blood of my sacrifice with yeast; the sacrifice from the feast of Passover must not remain until the following morning. 1
The sacrifices God desires are a humble spirit 1 – O God, a humble and repentant heart 2 you will not reject. 3
Then you will accept 1 the proper sacrifices, burnt sacrifices and whole offerings; then bulls will be sacrificed 2 on your altar. 3
Better is a dry crust of bread 1 where there is quietness 2 than a house full of feasting with strife. 3
This shall be the priests’ fair allotment 1 from the people who offer sacrifices, whether bull or sheep – they must give to the priest the shoulder, the jowls, and the stomach.
They will summon peoples to the mountain, there they will sacrifice proper 1 sacrifices; for they will enjoy 2 the abundance of the seas, and the hidden treasures of the shores. 3
He erected the altar of the Lord and offered on it peace offerings and thank offerings. He told the people of 1 Judah to serve the Lord God of Israel.
Now I will triumph over my enemies who surround me! 1 I will offer sacrifices in his dwelling place and shout for joy! 2 I will sing praises to the Lord!
They offer up sacrificial gifts to me, and eat the meat, but the Lord does not accept their sacrifices. 1 Soon he will remember their wrongdoing, he will punish their sins, and they will return to Egypt.
This is so that 1 the Israelites will bring their sacrifices that they are sacrificing in the open field 2 to the Lord at the entrance of the Meeting Tent to the priest and sacrifice them there as peace offering sacrifices to the Lord.
“Also in the time when you rejoice, such as 1 on your appointed festivals or 2 at the beginnings of your months, you must blow with your trumpets over your burnt offerings and over the sacrifices of your peace offerings, so that they may 3 become 4 a memorial for you before your God: I am the Lord your God.”
If we have built 1 an altar for ourselves to turn back from following the Lord by making 2 burnt sacrifices and grain offerings on it, or by offering 3 tokens of peace 4 on it, the Lord himself will punish us. 5
You will go down to Gilgal before me. I am going to join you there to offer burnt offerings and to make peace offerings. You should wait for seven days, until I arrive and tell you what to do.”
Hezekiah expressed his appreciation to all the Levites, 1 who demonstrated great skill in serving the Lord. 2 They feasted for the seven days of the festival, 3 and were making peace offerings and giving thanks to the Lord God of their ancestors.
Even now they persist in sin! 1 They make metal images for themselves, idols that they skillfully fashion 2 from their own silver; all of them are nothing but the work of craftsmen! There is a saying about them: 3 “Those who sacrifice 4 to the calf idol are calf kissers!” 5