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  • The other lamb you shall offer at the evening twilight, with the same cereal offering and libation as in the morning. You shall offer this as a sweet-smelling oblation to the LORD. (Exodus 29, 41)




  • On this altar you shall not offer up any profane incense, or any holocaust or cereal offering; nor shall you pour out a libation upon it. (Exodus 30, 9)

  • He put the altar of holocausts in front of the entrance of the Dwelling of the meeting tent, and offered holocausts and cereal offerings on it, as the LORD had commanded him. (Exodus 40, 29)

  • "When anyone wishes to bring a cereal offering to the LORD, his offering must consist of fine flour. He shall pour oil on it and put frankincense over it. (Leviticus 2, 1)

  • The rest of the cereal offering belongs to Aaron and his sons. It is a most sacred oblation to the LORD. (Leviticus 2, 3)

  • "When the cereal offering you present is baked in an oven, it must be in the form of unleavened cakes made of fine flour mixed with oil, or of unleavened wafers spread with oil. (Leviticus 2, 4)

  • If you present a cereal offering that is fried on a griddle, it must be of fine flour mixed with oil and unleavened. (Leviticus 2, 5)




  • Such a cereal offering must be broken into pieces, and oil must be poured over it. (Leviticus 2, 6)

  • If you present a cereal offering that is prepared in a pot, it must be of fine flour, deep-fried in oil. (Leviticus 2, 7)

  • A cereal offering that is made in any of these ways you shall bring to the LORD, offering it to the priest, who shall take it to the altar. (Leviticus 2, 8)

  • Its token offering the priest shall then lift from the cereal offering and burn on the altar as a sweet-smelling oblation to the LORD. (Leviticus 2, 9)

  • The rest of the cereal offering belongs to Aaron and his sons. It is a most sacred oblation to the LORD. (Leviticus 2, 10)




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