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  • they must wash their hands and feet lest they die. This is a lasting rule for them, for Aaron and for his descendants from generation to generation." (Exodus 30, 21)

  • When he drew near to the camp and saw the calf and the dancing, his anger burst forth and he threw the slabs from his hands and shattered them against the base of the mountain. (Exodus 32, 19)

  • Moses then said, "From now on your hands are consecrated to Yahweh for each of you has been able to turn against his very sons and brothers. Because of this, Yahweh gives you today his blessing." (Exodus 32, 29)

  • So Moses cut two slabs of stone like the first. Then he rose early in the morning and went up Mount Sinai as Yahweh had commanded, taking in his hands the two slabs of stone. (Exodus 34, 4)

  • When Moses came down from Mount Sinai, with the two slabs of the Statement in his hands, he was not aware that the skin of his face was radiant after speaking with Yahweh. (Exodus 34, 29)

  • All the skilled women set their hands to spinning, and brought purple wool, of violet shade and red, crimson wool and fine linen, from what they had spun. (Exodus 35, 25)

  • This was for Aaron and his sons to wash their hands and feet: (Exodus 40, 31)

  • the elders of the community shall lay their hands on the bull's head before Yahweh, and it must be killed before Yahweh. (Leviticus 4, 15)

  • He is to bring Yahweh's burnt offering, that is, the fat that is near the breast and also the breast, with his own hands. Then he will make the gesture of offering before Yahweh. (Leviticus 7, 30)

  • Then he had the bull for the sacrifice for sin brought forward. Aaron and his sons laid their hands on the bull's head (Leviticus 8, 14)

  • Then he had the ram for the burnt offering brought forward. Aaron and his sons laid their hands on its head (Leviticus 8, 18)

  • Then he had the other ram brought forward, for the sacrifice of ordination of priests. Aaron and his sons laid their hands on the ram's head (Leviticus 8, 22)


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