Löydetty 299 Tulokset: food

  • So Moses stayed there with the LORD for forty days and forty nights, without eating any food or drinking any water, and he wrote on the tablets the words of the covenant, the ten commandments. (Exodus 34, 28)

  • All this the priest shall burn on the altar as the food of the LORD'S oblation. (Leviticus 2, 11)

  • All this the priest shall burn on the altar as the food of the sweet-smelling oblation. All the fat belongs to the LORD. (Leviticus 2, 16)

  • "Take Aaron and his sons, together with the vestments, the anointing oil, the bullock for a sin offering, the two rams, and the basket of unleavened food. (Leviticus 7, 2)

  • from the basket of unleavened food that was set before the LORD he took one unleavened cake, one loaf of bread made with oil, and one wafer; these he placed on top of the portions of fat and the right leg. (Leviticus 7, 26)

  • Any solid food that was in contact with water, and any liquid that men drink, in any such vessel become unclean. (Leviticus 10, 34)

  • To their God they shall be sacred, and not profane his name; since they offer up the oblations of the LORD, the food of their God, they must be holy. (Leviticus 20, 6)

  • Honor him as sacred who offers up the food of your God; treat him as sacred, because I, the LORD, who have consecrated him, am sacred. (Leviticus 20, 8)

  • "Speak to Aaron and tell him: None of your descendants, of whatever generation, who has any defect shall come forward to offer up the food of his God. (Leviticus 20, 17)

  • No descendant of Aaron the priest who has any such defect may draw near to offer up the oblations of the LORD; on account of his defect he may not draw near to offer up the food of his God. (Leviticus 20, 21)

  • He may, however, partake of the food of his God: of what is most sacred as well as of what is sacred. (Leviticus 20, 22)

  • then, when the sun sets, he again becomes clean. Only then may he eat of the sacred offerings, which are his food. (Leviticus 21, 7)


“Deus não opera prodígios onde não há fé.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina