When morning came, 1 the men and their donkeys were sent off. 2
Araunah told David, “My lord the king may take whatever he wishes 1 and offer it. Look! Here are oxen for burnt offerings, and threshing sledges 2 and harnesses 3 for wood.
Shitrai the Sharonite was in charge of the cattle grazing in Sharon; Shaphat son of Adlai was in charge of the cattle in the valleys.
the big bronze basin called “The Sea” with its twelve bulls underneath,
Come, let’s drink deeply 1 of lovemaking 2 until morning, let’s delight ourselves 3 with sexual intercourse. 4
Next he presented the grain offering, filled his hand with some of it, and offered it up in smoke on the altar in addition to the morning burnt offering. 1
So Moses accepted the carts and the oxen and gave them to the Levites.
He gave two carts and four oxen to the Gershonites, as their service required;
then a grain offering of three-tenths of an ephah of finely ground flour mixed with half a hin of olive oil must be presented 1 with the young bull,
You must offer these in addition to the burnt offering in the morning which is for a continual burnt offering.
Samuel replied, “If that is the case, 1 then what is this sound of sheep in my ears and the sound of cattle that I hear?”
the big bronze basin called “The Sea” with its twelve bulls underneath, 1
and a messenger came to Job, saying, “The oxen were plowing 1 and the donkeys were grazing beside them,
Elisha 1 went back and took his pair of oxen and slaughtered them. He cooked the meat over a fire that he made by burning the harness and yoke. 2 He gave the people meat and they ate. Then he got up and followed Elijah and became his assistant.
Then Abraham ran to the herd and chose a fine, tender calf, and gave it to a servant, 1 who quickly prepared it. 2
Abraham 1 then took some curds and milk, along with the calf that had been prepared, and placed the food 2 before them. They ate while 3 he was standing near them under a tree.
Jacob was very afraid and upset. So he divided the people who were with him into two camps, as well as the flocks, herds, and camels.
In the morning watch 1 the Lord looked down 2 on the Egyptian army 3 through the pillar of fire and cloud, and he threw the Egyptian army 4 into a panic. 5
So they put it aside until the morning, just as Moses had commanded, and it did not stink, nor were there any worms in it.
On the next day 1 Moses sat to judge 2 the people, and the people stood around Moses from morning until evening.