“My covenant with him was designed to bring life and peace. I gave its statutes to him to fill him with awe, and he indeed revered me and stood in awe before me.
Now may the God of peace himself make you completely holy and may your spirit and soul and body be kept entirely blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.
The meat of his 1 thanksgiving peace offering must be eaten on the day of his offering; he must not set any of it aside until morning.
The old man said, “Everything is just fine! 1 I will take care of all your needs. But don’t spend the night in the town square.”
When Jehu came through the gate, she said, “Is everything all right, Zimri, murderer of his master?” 1
He built fortified cities throughout Judah, for the land was at rest and there was no war during those years; the Lord gave him peace.
By faith Rahab the prostitute escaped the destruction of 1 the disobedient, because she welcomed the spies in peace.
and one of you says to them, “Go in peace, keep warm and eat well,” but you do not give them what the body needs, 1 what good is it?
Then he must present a gift to the Lord from the peace offering sacrifice: He must remove all the fatty tail up to the end of the spine, the fat covering the entrails, and all the fat on the entrails, 1
Then the priest 1 must offer all of its fat up in smoke on the altar like the fat of the peace offering sacrifice. So the priest will make atonement 2 on his behalf for 3 his sin and he will be forgiven. 4
Then he must remove all of its fat (just as fat was removed from the peace offering sacrifice) and the priest must offer it up in smoke on the altar for a soothing aroma to the Lord. So the priest will make atonement 1 on his behalf and he will be forgiven. 2
but the fire which is on the altar must be kept burning on it. 1 It must not be extinguished. So the priest must kindle wood on it morning by morning, and he must arrange the burnt offering on it and offer the fat of the peace offering up in smoke on it.
for the breast of the wave offering and the thigh of the contribution offering I have taken from the Israelites out of their peace offering sacrifices and have given them to Aaron the priest and to his sons from the people of Israel as a perpetual allotted portion.’” 1
Then he slaughtered the ox and the ram – the peace offering sacrifices which were for the people – and Aaron’s sons handed 1 the blood to him and he splashed it against the altar’s sides.
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.
“‘Then the Nazirite must shave his consecrated head 1 at the entrance to the tent of meeting and must take the hair from his consecrated head and put it on the fire 2 where the peace offering is burning. 3