Found 160 Results for: Meeting

  • Aaron and his sons will tend it in the Tent of Meeting, outside the curtain hanging in front of the Testimony, from dusk to dawn, before Yahweh. This is a perpetual decree for all generations of Israelites.' (Exodus 27, 21)

  • Aaron and his sons will wear these when they go into the Tent of Meeting and when they approach the altar to serve in the sanctuary, as a precaution against incurring mortal guilt. This is a perpetual decree for Aaron and for his descendants after him.' (Exodus 28, 43)

  • 'You will bring Aaron and his sons to the entrance of the Tent of Meeting and bathe them. (Exodus 29, 4)

  • 'You will bring the bull in front of the Tent of Meeting, and Aaron and his sons will lay their hands on the bull's head. (Exodus 29, 10)

  • You will then slaughter the bull before Yahweh at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting. (Exodus 29, 11)

  • Whichever of the sons of Aaron succeeds him in the priesthood and enters the Tent of Meeting to serve in the sanctuary, will wear them for seven days. (Exodus 29, 30)

  • Aaron and his sons will eat the meat of the ram and the bread which is in the basket, at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting. (Exodus 29, 32)

  • a perpetual burnt offering for all your generations to come, at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting before Yahweh, where I shall meet you and speak to you. (Exodus 29, 42)

  • I shall consecrate the Tent of Meeting and the altar; I shall also consecrate Aaron and his sons, to be priests in my service. (Exodus 29, 44)

  • You will take the ransom money of the Israelites and apply it to the service of the Tent of Meeting, for it to be a reminder of the Israelites before Yahweh, as the ransom for your lives.' (Exodus 30, 16)

  • 'You will also make a bronze basin on its bronze stand, for washing. You will put it between the Tent of Meeting and the altar and put water in it, (Exodus 30, 18)

  • Whenever they are to enter the Tent of Meeting, they will wash, to avoid incurring death; and whenever they approach the altar for their service, to burn an offering for Yahweh, (Exodus 30, 20)


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