He must present this grain offering 1 in addition to ring-shaped loaves of leavened bread which regularly accompany 2 the sacrifice of his thanksgiving peace offering.
Along with his fellowship offering of thanksgiving he is to present an offering with cakes of bread made with yeast.
‘With the sacrifice of his peace offerings for thanksgiving, he shall present his offering with cakes of leavened bread.
This peace offering of thanksgiving must also be accompanied by loaves of yeast bread.
Along with the Peace-Offering of thanksgiving, present loaves of yeast bread as an offering.
With his peace-offering let him give cakes of leavened bread, as a praise-offering.
With your thanksgiving sacrifice of well-being you shall bring your offering with cakes of leavened bread.
‘Besides the cakes, as his offering he shall offer leavened bread with the sacrifice of thanksgiving of his peace offering.
Besides the cakes
he shall offer
[for] his offering
with the sacrifice
of his peace offerings
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He must present
this grain offering
to ring-shaped loaves
which regularly accompany the sacrifice
of his thanksgiving
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1 tn The rendering “this [grain] offering” is more literally “his offering,” but it refers to the series of grain offerings listed just previously in v. 12.
2 tn The words “which regularly accompany” are not in the Hebrew text, but are supplied for clarity.
sn The translation “[which regularly accompany]…” is based on the practice of bringing bread (and wine) to eat with the portions of the peace offering meat eaten by the priests and worshipers (see v. 14 and Num 15:1-13). This was in addition to the memorial portion of the unleavened bread that was offered to the