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The king and all Israel with him were presenting sacrifices to the Lord.
The king and all the people were presenting sacrifices to the Lord.
The people continued to offer sacrifices at the high places, but only to the Lord their God.
But Moses said, “Will you also 1 provide us 2 with sacrifices and burnt offerings that we may present them 3 to the Lord our God?
He sent young Israelite men, 1 and they offered burnt offerings and sacrificed young bulls for peace offerings 2 to the Lord.
These people continually and blatantly offend me 1 as they sacrifice in their sacred orchards 2 and burn incense on brick altars. 3
Hezekiah said, “Now you have consecrated yourselves 1 to the Lord. Come and bring sacrifices and thank offerings 2 to the Lord’s temple.” So the assembly brought sacrifices and thank offerings, and whoever desired to do so 3 brought burnt sacrifices.
So Israel began his journey, taking with him all that he had. 1 When he came to Beer Sheba 2 he offered sacrifices to the God of his father Isaac.
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.
The Levites took down the ark of the Lord and the chest that was with it, which contained the gold objects. They placed them near the big stone. At that time the people of Beth Shemesh offered burnt offerings and made sacrifices to the Lord.
So all the people went to Gilgal, where 1 they established Saul as king in the Lord’s presence. They offered up peace offerings there in the Lord’s presence. Saul and all the Israelites were very happy.
If these people go up to offer sacrifices in the Lord’s temple in Jerusalem, 1 their loyalty could shift to their former master, 2 King Rehoboam of Judah. They might kill me and return to King Rehoboam of Judah.”
They went inside to offer sacrifices and burnt offerings. Now Jehu had stationed eighty men outside. He had told them, “If any of the men inside get away, you will pay with your lives!” 1
The next day they made sacrifices and offered burnt sacrifices to the Lord (1,000 bulls, 1,000 rams, 1,000 lambs), along with their accompanying drink offerings and many other sacrifices for all Israel.
they came to Zerubbabel and the leaders 1 and said to them, “Let us help you build, 2 for like you we seek your God and we have been sacrificing to him 3 from the time 4 of King Esarhaddon 5 of Assyria, who brought us here.” 6
And on that day they offered great sacrifices and rejoiced, for God had given them great joy. The women and children also rejoiced. The rejoicing in Jerusalem could be heard from far away.