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IORO : but they thall not come nigh j fftcyMirgme an offering : oteverv man cither tti*ll the people go up wirh him. that giveth it wdlingly with bis heart, \o a. T, And Moses came and told the people foalUake my offering, all the words of the LORD : and all the ?And this u the offering which ye thall judgments : and all the people anlwetcd take oi them; gold, anJ silver, and brass, With one voice, and said, All the words 4 And blue, and purple, and scailet, which the LORD hath said, will we do. and sine linnen, and goats-hair,

4 And Mos:s wrote all the words of y And rams- skins died red, and badgersrhe LORD, and rose upearly in the morn- skins, and shittim wood,

ing, and buiided an altar under the hill, 6 Oyl for the light, spices for anointing and twelve pillars according to the twelve oyl, and lor tweet incenie, 0 tribes afUracl. 7 Onyx-stones, and stones to be set in

5 And he sent youns men of the chil- theephod and in the breast-p'ate. drenof Israelv-whchofi ivd burnt-osier- 8 And let them make mea lanctuary, ings, and sacrificed peace-off-'ri^gs of oxen that 1 may dwell amongst diem.

unto the LORD. 9 According to all that 1 ihew thee, after

6 And Ai.fes :00b half of the blood, the. pattern of the taoetnacle, and thepatand put it in basons, and halt ot the blood tan of all the instruments thereof, even 16 be fprirklcdon theahar. Itiallye make it.

7 And he took the book of the covenant, 10 H And they shall make an ark of and read in the audience of the i eopie: shimm-wood : two cubits and a hiU'ibail and they said, Alt that rhe LORD ha^h be the length 'hereof, and a cubit anj a laid, will we do, and be obedient. b-ilt 'he breadth thereof, and a cubit and

H And Moses took the blood, and (prink, a half the height thereof, led it on the people, and laid, b:hold, the 11 And thou shalt overlay it with pure blood of the covenant, wl.ich the LORD gold, within and without ihalt thou overbath made w.th you concerning all theic lay it and shalt make upon it a crown of words. gold round a^out.

9 <| Then went up Moses and Aaron, Na- n And rhou shalt cast sour rings of gold dabaedabihu, and seventy of the eldeis of for it, and put them in the tour comets Israel. thereof, and two i\n%sjbail be in 5 one tide

10 And they saw the God of Israel : and ot it, and two rings in the other'tide of it. tbtrt was under his teet, as it were a paved 1 5 And thou ihalt make staves of ill itwork of a l3pp!.ire-itone,andasitwereUie tim-wood, and overlay them with gold, body of heaven in Am clearness. 14 And thou ihalt put the staves into the

it And upon the nobles of the children rings, by the sides ot the ark, that the ark of Israel he laid not his hand : al ib they may De born with them, law God, and did eatand drink. re Tnestaves shall be in the rings of

ix And the LORD laid unto Moses, the aik ; they ihall not be taken f:om it. Come up to me into the mount, and be 16 And thouihalc put inro the aik the there, and 1 will give you tables of stone, testimony which 1 shall give thee, and a law, and commandments which I 17 And thou shalt make a mercy-feat of have wiiuen j that thou may est teach them, ^pure gold j two cub^ti and an luliJf-aii be

13 And Moses role up, and his mini:ler the length thereof, snd a cubit and ar. half Jo.'!~.ua : and Moles went up into the toe breadth thereof.

mount of God. r8 And thou inalt make two cherubims

14 And he said unto the elders, Tarry of gold : ot beaten work shalt thou nuke ye beic for us, until we come again unto them, in the two ends ot the mercy- feat, you : andbrhold, Aaron and Hur tire with 19 And makeorecherubon the one end you : If any man have any matter to co, snd the other cherub on t!:e other end: let him come unto them. even of the mercy-sea: fliall ye make the

15 And Moses wentup into the mount, chetubims on the two ends thereof.

and a c'.oud covered the mount. 10 And the cherub tins shall lirctchforth

16 And the glory of the Lord abode tbtu wingsor, high, coveting the mercyupon mount Sinai, and the cloud covered seat witn their wings, and their izcttjbttt ituxdays; and the (tventh day he called /os^oneto ano*!icr: toward the mercy-seat unto Moses out of the midstof the cloud. ihall the faces of the chcrubuns re.

17 And the si^hc of the glory of the Lord 11 And theu ihatt put themercy-seat aw*s like devouring fire on the top of the boveupon rheark.and in tie ark thou inalt nijur.tin the eyes of the children of Israel, put the testimony that I shall give thee.

18 And Mo sea went into the midst cf iz And theri 1 will meet with thee, sod tli; cloud, and gat him up into the mount, 1 will commune with thee, from above the and Moles was in the mount fourty days, mercy- leat, from between the twoeheruar.d fburty nigtvs. bims w.iic.i are upon the ark of the t^sti

C H A P. XXV. juony, of all things \V 1 will give thee in

1 The offering for tbt ttbirnttie. to Toe command uent unto th; children of IfiaeL form of tbe ur^. 17 Tit mercy-seat, 13 «{ Thou shalt also make a tanle of Tbetable, 31 and QatidleJiuL slitum- wood,twocuaits/v// be the length

ANd the LORD ipakeumoMol'es,say. thereof, anJa cubit the breadth thereof, ing, and a cab. 1 and a halt the height thereof.

>. Spcakumo tfiechildrsn of Israel, that 14 And thou ttialt overlay it with pure Tit ten mrtjim. Eiodusj OftfttihemnU.

gold and make thereto a crown of gold upon the edge of theone curtain, from tie

round about. selvedge in 5 coupling : and likewise shalt

ir And thou shalt shake unto it a bor- thou make in the uttermost edge os tnother

der of an hand bread'h round about, and curtain in the coupling of the second,

thou shalt make a golden crown to the f Fifty loops shalt thou make in the one

border thereof round about. curtain, and fifty loops shalt thou make

16 And thou (halt make for it four rings in the edge of the curtain that is in the

of gold, and put the rings in the four cor- coupling or the second, that the loops may

tiers that trt on the four Set thereof. take hold one of another.

%y Ova againit the border shall S rings 6 And thou (halt make fifty taches of

be for places of the staves to bear the table, gold, and couple the curtains together with

18 And thou shalt make the" staves of ti:c caches, and it shall be one tabernacle,

ihittim-wood, and overlay themwith goldi 7 f And thou (halt make curtains of

that the table may bebotn with them. goats-hair to be a covering upon the taber*

19 And thou ihalt make thediihes there- nacle eleven curtains (halt thou make,

of, and spoons thereof, and covers there- 8 The length of one curtain Jh*H bt

of, and bowls thereof, to cover withal: of thirty cubits, and the breadth of one cur

puregold lhait thou make them. tain four cubits : and the eleven curtains

1.0 And thou Ihalt let upon the table, bt til of one measute, Jhew-btead before me always. 9 And thou Ihalt couple five curtains

31 1 And thou Ihalt make a candlestick by thcmlelves, and six curtains by rhem

of pure gold :of beaten work lhall the (elves, and (hall double the sixth curtain

candlestick he made: his (haft, and his in the tore front o( the tabernacle, branches, his bowls, his knops, and hii to And thou (halt make fifty loops on the

flowers lhall be of the lame. edge of theone curtain that is outmolt in

a,. And fix branches (hall come out of the the coupling, and fifty loops in the edge

fines of ic : three branches of? candlestick of tbecuttam which couplcth the second, out ot"theone side, and three branches of 11 And thou slialt make fifty tacbesof

the candlestick oat of the ether tide. osbrass, and put thetaches into the loops,&

1? Three bowls made like unto almonds, couplethetenttogetherthaticmajs be one. with a knop & a flower in one branch j and 11 And the remnant that remaineth of three bowls made like almonds, in $ other the cuttains of the tent, the half curtain branch, witb aknop and a flower: so in f fix that remaineth, shall hang over the backbranches that come out of tbecandlesttck. side o( the tabernacle.

3.1 And in the candlestick Jbtllbt four t a And a cubit on the one side, and a cubowls made like unto almonds, v.i[e their bit on 5 other side of that which remaineth knopsand their flowers. in the length ofthecurtains of the tenr.il

at And therefittl hi a knopundertwo lhall hang overthe sidcsofthctabcraaclei branches ofthe fame, and a knopundertwo on this side, and cn that side to cover it. branches ofthe fame, and a knop under two 14 And thou (halt make a covering sot branches of the fame, according to the six the tent, of rams-skins died red,and a cobranches that proceed out or v candlestick, vering above o/badgers-skins.

36 she rkneps and their branches (hall is S And thou (halt make boards for the beet the fame : all it JbtU bt one beaten tabernacle of fiiittim- wood, standing up. work of pure gold. t6 Ten cubits jb» U bt the length of a

37 And thou shalt make the Teven lamps board,and acubit and an half _/*«/:/ be the thereof: and they (ball light? lamps there- breadth of one board.

of, that they may give light over against it. 17 Two tenons 70-" fiere be in one

= 8 And the tongs thereof, and rhesnuft- board, set in order one against another

dishes thereof, JhM it of pure gold. thus shalt thou make for all the boaids of

39 Ot a talent of pure gold shall he make the tabernacle.

itt with these vessels. 18 And thou shalt make the boards for

40 And look thatthou maketittn after the tabernacle, twenty boards 00 the their pattern, which w-» shewed thee in south-side, south-ward.

the mount. 19 And thou shalt make sourty sockets

CHAP. XXVI. of silvet, undet the twenty boards : two

1 Tht tenzurt&intoftkt UbtrntUt, 31 sockets undet one board sot his two tenons, j

Tbe vail for tbt nr£. and two sockets under another board for

MOreoverthon stialt make thetaberna- his two tenons, cle t» rri teo curtains olfine twined »o And (or? second sideof the tabernacle I

linnen. and blue, and purple, and scarlet: on S north-side,rtWrey/j-// bt twenty beards. 1 ■a-tb cherubims of cunning work shalt at And their sourty sockets of silver:

thou make them. two sockets unJer one board, and two

x The length of one curtain Jbull bt' lockets under another board, eight andtwenty cubits, and the breadth xi And lor the fides of the tabernacle

ot one curtain, fourcuoits: and every one west ward, thou ihalt make six boatds. of the curtains ihalt have ere measure. ir And two boards (halt 1 hou make for?

3 The five curtains shall be coupled to- corners of the taberracle in the two sides, gtther, one tn another: and others oe cur- 14 And the) (hall be coupled together tains yA.i/7 be coupled one to another. beneath, and they lltall be coupled toge

4 And tiuu lltait nuke loops of blue tbei abovci the head of it unto one rirgi

thus

The v*il of tie tabtrnaclt, CtOfu

tl!us shall it be for them both rthey shall be for the two corners.

Ic And they shall be eight boards, and their sockets of silver, sixteen lockets: two sockets under one board, and two sockets under another board.

16 «f And tbou shalt make bars offhittim-wood : five for the boards oftheooe fide of the ta bernacle.

17 And five bars for the boards of the other' side of the tabernacle, and five bars sot the boards of the side of the tabernacle or the two fides welt ward

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5 And thou shalt put it under the compass of the altar beneath, that the net may be even 10 the midst of the altar.

6 And thou shalt make staves for the altar, staves of sliittim-wood, and overJay them with brais.

7 And the staves shall be put into the rings, and the staves full be upon the two sides of the altar to bear it.

8 Hollow with boards shalt thou make it: as it was shewed thee in the mount, la shall they make it.

9 «J And thou shalt make the court of the

x 8 And the middle bar in (he midst of tabernacle for the south-fide, south-ward t the boards shall retch from end to end. tbere jball be hangings lor the curt of fine 19 And thou shalt overlay the boards twined linnenofan hundred cubits long with gold, and make their rings of gold, for one side.

for places for the bars; and thoulhatt overlay the bars with gold.

}o And thou shalt rear up the tabernacle according to the fashion thereof, which was shewed thee in the mount,

3.1 <f And ihou shalt make a vail of blue, and pur n le, and scarlet, and fine twined linnen of cunnii stall it He made.

31 And thou Ihalt hang it upon four pillars of fhittim-wood, overlaid with gold : thair hooks shall be of gold, upon the four sockets of silver.

71 <T And thou shall hang op the vail under the taches, that thou may est bring in thither withiathe vail, the ark of the testimony : and tRe vail lhall divide iinioyou: between ihe holy place, and the most hojy.

34. And thou ihalt put the mercy-feat opon the arkotthe tefumony, in the ruolt holy place.

a 5 And thou shalt set she table without the vail, and the candlestick over against the t able, on the fide of the tabernacle toward the lou*h : and thou shalt put tr.e table on the north- side.

_ And the twenty pillars thereof and their twenty sockets Jball be of brass: the hooks of the pillars, and their &h*Mjb*tl be ot silver.

11 And likewise for the north-side in length, there shall be hangings of an hundred cubits long, and his twenty pillars, & innen of cunning work : wjth chcrubims their twenty sockets of brass : the hooks

of the pillars, and their fillets of silver.

11 «f Ani for the breadth of the ccurt,on the well- side, si>allb* hangings ot fifty cubits: their pillars ten; & their sockets ten, 15 And the breadth of the court on the east-side, eastward, shall be fifty cubit.*.

14 The hangings ol one {iteoftbegata shall be fifteen cubits; (heir pillars three, and their sockets thre^.

15 And on the other side shall be hangings fifteen cubits their pillars three, and their sockets thtee.

16 1 And for the gate of the court Jball be an hanging of twenry cubits, of blue, and purple, and icarlet, and fine twined linnen* wrought with needle work : and their pillars jbatl be four, and their sockets four.

A If-the pillars round about the court

16 And thou shalt make an hanging sor shall £e filleted with silver: their hooka

the door of the tent, of blue, and purple, and sea rtet, and fine twined li nen, wrought with iieedlewrrk.

x,7 And ihou shalt make for the hanging, five pilla s of ltiittim-wond, and overlay them with soldi and their hooks stiat, be of gold» and thoo shall cast live sockets ot brass tor them.

CHAP XXVII I The attar ot burnt- of erttlg, tvftb tbe vtsstlt. 9 Tbe court of the tabernacle, xc

Tbe oyl for Umpi.

ANd rhon ihalt make an alrnrof flitttira wood, five tubitslong, an 1 five cubits broad : the iftai shall he lour square, and the height taereoOfe*// be three cubits.

x And thou shalt make the horns of it upon the fourcorneib thereof : i s horns ihali be of the fame i and thou shalt over- children ot Israel

'jhalibe of silver, and their sockets of brais.

iK <s The length of the ccmitjbatt be an hundred cubits, and the breadth titty everv where, and the height five cubits, of fine twined linnen, and tnenr sockets of brass.

19 All the vessels ot the tabernacle in all the service thercof,and all the pins thereof, and all $ pins of the court shall be of brass.

10 1 And thou shalt co minaed the children ol'll'rael, that they bring thee pure oyl-olive bcaen, for the light, to cause the lamp to burn always.

xi In the tabernacle of the congregation without the vail, which;; betore the testimony, Aaron and his sons fliaJl order it iron evening to morning before the LORD : It shall be 2 statute tor ever unto their generations, on the bebalt of ths

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Aaron, Nadab and Abihu» Eleazar and Iranian Aarons ions.

i And thou shalt make holy garments for Aaron thy brother, for glory, B( tor beauty.

3 And thou slialt Ip-ak unto all that aic wise-hearted wi;om 1 have filled with tn; spirit ut wisdom! that they may make Aarons garments to conlea.ue nun, that he may minister ur.io me in rhe priests office.

4. AnJ these are the garments which they shall nuke , abreast plate, and an ephod, and a robe, and a broidered coat, a mure, and a girdle i and they mail make holy garments for Aaron thy orother and his Ions, $ he may minister unto me in. J priest*office;

5 And thev shall take gold, and olue.and purple, and scarlet, and tine linnen.

6 <f And they diall make the ephod of

told> of bluet and of purple* of scarlet, and aegtwmcd linnen, with cunning work.

7 It shall have the two shoulder-pieces thereof, joined at the two edges thereof, and so it' shall be joined together.

S And the curious girdle of the ephod which is upon it, stiall bcofthe (ame, according to the work thereof i even of gold, ot blue, ol purple, and scarlet, and tine twined linnen.

9 Aiid thou shak take two onyx stones, an..! grave on them the names ot the children ot Israel.

10 Six of their names on one stone, and (he other fix names of ihereston the other stone according to their birth.

11 With the work of an engraver in stone, /i£e the engravings ot a signet, slialt thou c.ig'ave the two stenes, v;ith the names of rhe children of Israel , thou (halt make them 10 be set in ouches of gold.

11 And thou shalt put the two stones u?on the shoulders of t;:e ephod, lot itenes us memorial unto the children of Israel. And .Aaron (hall bear their names before the LORD, upon his two ihoulders, for a memorial.

15 <J And thou slialt makeouches of gold: 14 And two chains of pure gold ac the erus : ol wreathen work shalt thou make tiiem, and fallen the wr ca then chains to the ouches.

if «J And thou shalt make the breastplate ot judgment, with cunning work, afeer the work of the e^hod thou shalt make it, of gold, of blue, and ot purple, and of scarlet, and of fine twined linnen "lhalt thou make it.

id sour- square it shall bebting doubled, a tpaxijbuli iethe length thereof, and a span jbfiilhs the breadth thereof.

17 A id thoustialt set in it settings of stones, even lour rows of stones tbt first lo-n.jbalL oea fardius. a topaz, and a carbuncle •■ rA'iyW/AMh^firlt row.

18 And the iccon'io.vji'.i// be an emerauld, a sapphire, and a diamond.

19 Add the third row a ligure, an agate, and an amethyst.

2,0 And rhtfnuith row, a beryl, and an ©tiyx, anda i"»>er : tncy lhall be iet in ould »n their incloungs. a, i Aud the stones (hall be with the names

doj, , Vrim and Tbummim,

of the children of Israel, twelve, according to their names $ /r"£e the engravings of a signet, everyone wuh his name lhall they be according to the twelve tribes. '2i And thou slialt make upon the breast-plate chains at the ends, of wreathes) work, of pure gold. .

i? And thou slialt make upon the breastplate two rings of gold, and lhalt put the tworingson £ two ends of the breast-plate.

14 And thou shalt put the two wreathen stains of gold in the two rings which are on the ends of the breast-plate.

ay And theothertwo end3of the two wreathen chains, thou shalt lasten in the two ouches, aud put them on the shoulderpieces of the ephod before it. i6<fAnd thou shall make two rings osgold, and thou lhalt put them upon the twa ends of the breast-plate, in the birder thereof, which is in the fide of the ephod inward.

17 And two othir rings ol gold thou shalt make, and lhalt put them on the two fide* of the ephod, underneath towaid the fore-part thereof, over against the othtr coupling thereof, above the curious girdle of the ephod.

18 And they shall bind the breast-plate by. the rings thereof, unto > rings ol the ephod with a lace of bluest bin if may be above tiie curious girdle of the ephod, and that the breast-plate be rot loosed from the ephod.

19 And Aaron stiall bear the names of the children of Israel in the breast-pla:e ot judgment, upon his heart, when lie goeth in unto the holy place, for a memorial before the LORD connnuaiiy.

30 <J And thou lhalt put in me breastplate ot judgment the Uriai and the Thummim, and they stiall be upon Aarons heart when he goeth in before the Lord: and Aaron lhall bear the judgment ot the children of Israel upon his heart,, before the LORD cominuaiiy.

31 H And thou ihau make the robe of the ephod ali ot blue.

32. And there shall bean hole in the top of it in the midst thereof 1 it shall have a binding of woven work, round about the hole of it, is it were the huleof an habergeon that it be nor rent.

3 3 <1 And beneath upon the hem of it thou lhalt make pomegranates of blue, and ol purple, and of scarlet round about the hem thereof } and bells of gold between theai round nbout.

5 + A golden bell and a pomegranate, a golden bell and a pomegranate, upon the hem of riie robe roundabout. 3 f And it shall be upon Aaron,to minister: and his found stiall be heard-when he goeth in unto the holy fiace before the LORD, and wnenhe cometh out : thathedicnot.

36 11 And thou malt make a place of pure gold, and grave upon it,Hfrj the engravings of a signet, wOLINtSS TO THS LORD.

37 And thou sha'tputiton a blue lacei that it n;ay b; upon the mitre j upon the sore-front of the mitre it lhall be.

5 a And it lhall be upon Aarons forehead,, that

The conjecr&thn. C&ap. XJTix. Ofpriejlt.

that Aaron may bear, the iniquity of the the altar with thy singer, and pour aU the holy things, which the children of Israel blood beside the bottom of thealtar, shall hallow in all their holy gifts $ and it" shall be alwavg upon hi= forehead, that

they may be accepted before the Lord,

*9 *f An.l thou stialt embroider 'hecoat of fine linen, and thou lhalt make the mitre of fine linen, and thou shalt make the girdle of needle-work.

4^^ And tor Aarons sons thou shalt make coau, and thou lhalt make tor them girdles, and bonnats shalt thou make for them, for glory and for beauty. ,4i And thou (halt put them upon Aaron

i? And thou Ihalt takea! I the fat that covereth the inwards, and the caul that it above the liver., and the two kidneys, and the fat that is upon them, and burn them upon the altar.

14- But the flesh of the bullock, and his skin, and his dung, shalt thou burn with fire wifhout the c»mp: r'r/;a sin-erfering.

if <[ Thou shalt also take one ram, and Aaron and his sons (hall put their hands upon the head of the ram.

-. 16 And thew shalt flay the ram, and thou

thy brother, and his son* with him : and stialt take his blood, and sprinkle if rouod shalt anoint them and consecrate them,and about upon the attar, sanctify them, that they may minister urto i? And thou shalt cut y ram in pieces, & mein the priests office. wash the inwards of him, and hislfgs,and

41 And them shalt make them linen put them unto his pieces, & unto his head, breeches to cover their nakedness: from the 18 And thou ihalt burn the whole ram loins even unto the thighs they shall reach, upon the altar: itis a burnt-offeringunto 43 And they shall be upon Aaron, and the Lord : it is a sweet savour, an offering apon his sons, when they come in unto the made by fireunto the Lord. tabernacle of the cangrega'ion, or when 19 *f And tbou shalt take tht other ram, they come near unto the altar to minister and Aaron and his sons shall put their in the ho\y place; that they bear not ini- hanJsupon the head of the ram • quity, and die. It shall be a statute for ever 10 Then shalt thou kill the ram, and unto him, and his feed after him. 'take of his blood; and put it upon the tip

CHAP. XXIX. of therightearof Aaron, and uponthe tip

ITbe sacrifices and certmonits of consttrxting of the right earofhis sons, and upon the tbepriejls, j8 The continual burnt- offer- thumb of their right hand, and upon the

ANd this/r the thing that thou shalt do unto them to hallow them, to minister onto mein the priests office : Take one young bullock, and two rams without blemish.

I And unleavened bread, and cakes unleavened tempered with oyl, and wafers unleavened anointed with oyl: of wheaten flour lhalt thou make them.

j And thou shalt put them into one basket, and bring them in the basket, with the bullock and the two rams.

4 And Aaron and his sons thou shalt bring unto the door of the tabernacle of the congregation, and shalt wash them with water

5 And thou shalt take the garments, and put upon Aaron the coat, and y robe of the

great toe of their right foot, and sprinkle the blood upon the altar rouud about,

ti And thou shalt take of the blood that /; upon the at* ar, and of the anointing oyl» and s prinkle it upon Aaron, and upon his garments, and upon his sons, and upon the garments of his sons with him : and he shall be hallowcJ, and his garments, and hi* sons, and his sons garments with him*

It Also thou shalt take of the'ram the fat and therump, and the sat that covereth the inwards, and the caul above the liver, and the two kidneys, and the fat that is upon them, and the right shoulder j sot it it a ram of conseersrion.

13 Andoneloaleof bread, and one cake of oyled bread, and one wafer out of the basket of the unleavened bread, that is be

ephod,and theephod &the breast plate,8c fore the Lord.

gird him with $ curious girdle off ephod. 24 And thou shalt pot all in thehandsor

6 And thou shalt put the mitre upon hi« Aaron, arid in the hands of his sons: and

bead, andput the holycrown npon$ mitre, ihalt wave them/ora wave-offering before

7Then shalt thou take the anointing oyl, the Lord

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fit pour it upon his head, and anoint hu-
ts And thou lhalt bring his sons, and put
coats upon them. ,
9 And thou shalt gird them with girdles
( Aaron and his sons) and put the bonnets
oatbea : and the priesti office shall be
t^irs fora perpetual statute -f and thou
lhait consecrate Aaron and his Cons.

to And thou shalt c?use a bullock to be brought before the tabernacle of the congr-.'gacio.v. and Aaron and his son»shall put their hands upon the head of the bulloek.

ti And thou shalt kill the bullock before the Lord, by the door of the tabernacle of the-congrefiation.

And thoujhalt take of the blood of

15 And thou shalt receive them of their hand*, and burn them upen the altar for a burr*-offeringi for a sweet savour before the Lord ; it is an offering made by fire untatheLoRi).

t*> And thou shalt take the breast of the ram of Aarons consecrations, and wave it for a wave offering before the Lord ; and it shall be thy part.

t7 And thou ihalt sanstify the breast of the wave offering, and the shoulder of the heave-offering which Is waved, and which is heaved up of the ram of the consecration, even of that which is tor Aaron, and of tb.it which it for his font.

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