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“‘If you present a grain offering of first ripe grain to the Lord, you must present your grain offering of first ripe grain as soft kernels roasted in fire – crushed bits of fresh grain. 1
If your offering is a grain offering made in a pan, 1 it must be made of choice wheat flour deep fried in olive oil. 2
May you accept my prayer like incense, my uplifted hands like the evening offering! 1
Every grain offering of a priest must be a whole offering; it must not be eaten.”
These were the descendants of Ehud who were leaders of the families living in Geba who were forced to move to Manahath:
The offerings 1 of Judah and Jerusalem 2 will be pleasing to the Lord as in former times and years past.
then 1 the man must bring his wife to the priest, and he must bring the offering required for her, one tenth of an ephah of barley meal; he must not pour olive oil on it or put frankincense on it, because it is a grain offering of suspicion, 2 a grain offering for remembering, 3 for bringing 4 iniquity to remembrance.
Then the priest will have the woman stand before the Lord, uncover the woman’s head, and put the grain offering for remembering in her hands, which is the grain offering of suspicion. The priest will hold in his hand the bitter water that brings a curse. 1
It must be made with olive oil on a griddle and you must bring it well soaked, 1 so you must present a grain offering of broken pieces 2 as a soothing aroma to the Lord.
The priest will take the grain offering of suspicion from the woman’s hand, wave the grain offering before the Lord, and bring it to the altar.
The sin of these young men was very great in the Lord’s sight, for they 1 treated the Lord’s offering with contempt.
Why are you 1 scorning my sacrifice and my offering that I commanded for my dwelling place? 2 You have honored your sons more than you have me by having made yourselves fat from the best parts of all the offerings of my people Israel.’
Do not bring any more meaningless 1 offerings; I consider your incense detestable! 2 You observe new moon festivals, Sabbaths, and convocations, but I cannot tolerate sin-stained celebrations! 3
yes, while I was still praying, 1 the man Gabriel, whom I had seen previously 2 in a vision, was approaching me in my state of extreme weariness, 3 around the time of the evening offering.
King Ahaz ordered Uriah the priest, “On the large altar 1 offer the morning burnt sacrifice, the evening grain offering, the royal burnt sacrifices and grain offering, the burnt sacrifice for all the people of Israel, their grain offering, and their libations. Sprinkle all the blood of the burnt sacrifice and other sacrifices on it. The bronze altar will be for my personal use.” 2