Trouvé 455 Résultats pour: water

  • "For ablutions you shall make a bronze laver with a bronze base. Place it between the meeting tent and the altar, and put water in it. (Exodus 30, 18)

  • When they are about to enter the meeting tent, they must wash with water, lest they die. Likewise when they approach the altar in their ministry, to offer an oblation to the LORD, (Exodus 30, 20)

  • Taking the calf they had made, he fused it in the fire and then ground it down to powder, which he scattered on the water and made the Israelites drink. (Exodus 32, 20)

  • 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)

  • Place the laver between the meeting tent and the altar, and put water in it. (Exodus 40, 7)

  • "Then bring Aaron and his sons to the entrance of the meeting tent, and there wash them with water. (Exodus 40, 12)

  • He placed the laver between the meeting tent and the altar, and put water in it for washing. (Exodus 40, 30)

  • The inner organs and the shanks, however, the offerer shall first wash with water. The priest shall then burn the whole offering on the altar as a holocaust, a sweet-smelling oblation to the LORD. (Leviticus 1, 9)

  • The inner organs and the shanks, however, the offerer shall first wash with water. The priest shall offer them up and then burn the whole offering on the altar as a holocaust, a sweet-smelling oblation to the LORD. (Leviticus 1, 13)

  • A clay vessel in which it has been cooked shall thereafter be broken; if it is cooked in a bronze vessel, this shall be scoured afterward and rinsed with water. (Leviticus 5, 21)

  • Bringing forward Aaron and his sons, he first washed them with water. (Leviticus 7, 6)

  • then, having washed the inner organs and the shanks with water, he also burned these remaining parts of the ram on the altar as a holocaust, a sweet-smelling oblation to the LORD, as the LORD had commanded him to do. (Leviticus 7, 21)


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