Found 620 Results for: Holy

  • "In the case of an animal suitable for offering to Yahweh, any such animal given to Yahweh will be holy. (Leviticus 27, 9)

  • It cannot be exchanged or replaced, a good one instead of a bad one, or a bad one instead of a good one. If one animal is substituted for another, both of them will become holy. (Leviticus 27, 10)

  • "Nothing, however, that someone vows unconditionally to Yahweh may be redeemed, nothing he possesses, be it a human being or animal or field of his ancestral property. What is vowed unconditionally is especially holy and belongs to Yahweh. (Leviticus 27, 28)

  • there will be no examining whether it is good or bad, and no substitution. If substitution takes place, the animal and its substitute will both become holy without possibility of redemption." ' (Leviticus 27, 33)

  • 'These are the duties of the Kohathites: looking after those things that are especially holy. (Numbers 4, 4)

  • 'Once Aaron and his sons have finished covering the holy things and all their accessories at the breaking of camp, the Kohathites will come and carry them, but without touching any of the holy things on pain of death. Such is the load for the Kohathites in the Tent of Meeting. (Numbers 4, 15)

  • But Eleazar, son of Aaron the priest, is responsible for looking after the oil for the light, the fragrant incense, the daily cereal offering and the anointing oil, and for supervising the entire Dwelling and everything in it, the holy things and their accessories.' (Numbers 4, 16)

  • But deal with them in this way, so that they may survive and not incur death by approaching those things that are especially holy. Aaron and his sons will go in and assign to each of them his task and load, (Numbers 4, 19)

  • in such a way that they have no need to incur the death penalty by going in and setting eyes on the holy things, even for an instant.' (Numbers 4, 20)

  • With these he will make the gesture of offering before Yahweh; as it is a holy thing, it reverts to the priest, in addition to the forequarter that has been presented and the thigh that has been set aside. After this, the nazirite may drink wine. (Numbers 6, 20)

  • Of the things especially holy, of the food offered, this is what will revert to you: every offering that the Israelites give back to me, whether it be a cereal offering, a sacrifice for sin or a sacrifice of reparation, is a thing especially holy and will revert to you and your sons. (Numbers 18, 9)

  • You will eat the things especially holy. Every male may eat them. You will regard them as sacred. (Numbers 18, 10)


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