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  • The priest is to put on his linen shirt and his linen drawers. Then he must remove the greasy ashes of the sacrifice consumed by the altar fire and place them at the side of the altar. (Leviticus 6, 3)

  • a flame leaped forth from before Yahweh and consumed the burnt offering and the fat that was on the altar. At this sight the people shouted for joy and fell on their faces. (Leviticus 9, 24)

  • A fire then came forth from Yahweh and consumed the 250 men who were offering incense. (Numbers 16, 35)

  • At that moment, the Angel of Yahweh extended the staff he was holding and touched the meat and the bread. Suddenly, fire blazed from the rock. The fire consumed the meat and the bread, and the Angel of Yahweh disappeared. (Judges 6, 21)

  • Then the fire of Yahweh fell and consumed the burnt offering, together with the wood, the stones also, and the dust; the water also dried up in the trench. (1 Kings 18, 38)

  • The hungry consumed his harvest and carried it to a hiding place; his surplus was taken away, the thirsty hankered after his wealth. (Job 5, 5)

  • For it is a fire that burns to destruction; it would have consumed all my possessions. (Job 31, 12)

  • Like sheep led to the grave, they have death as their shepherd and ruler; quickly their form will be consumed in the world of the dead, which is their home. (Psalms 49, 15)

  • My soul is consumed with desire for your ordinances at all times. (Psalms 119, 20)

  • But they had no food in storage, as it was the seventh year and because the Israelites who came to Judea from the pagan lands had consumed the last of their reserves. (1 Maccabees 6, 53)

  • While the sacrifice was being consumed, the priests together with all those present prayed. Jonathan led while Nehemiah and the rest responded. (2 Maccabees 1, 23)

  • and when the sacrifice was all consumed, Nehemiah ordered that the remaining liquid be poured over some large stones. (2 Maccabees 1, 31)


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