Talált 427 Eredmények: priests

  • Only the priests' lands Joseph did not take over. Since the priests had a fixed allowance from Pharaoh and lived off the allowance Pharaoh had granted them, they did not have to sell their land. (Genesis 47, 22)




  • Thus Joseph made it a law for the land in Egypt, which is still in force, that a fifth of its produce should go to Pharaoh. Only the land of the priests did not pass over to Pharaoh. (Genesis 47, 26)

  • You shall be to me a kingdom of priests, a holy nation. That is what you must tell the Israelites." (Exodus 19, 6)

  • The priests, too, who approach the LORD must sanctify themselves; else he will vent his anger upon them." (Exodus 19, 22)

  • The LORD repeated, "Go down now! Then come up again along with Aaron. But the priests and the people must not break through to come up to the LORD; else he will vent his anger upon them." (Exodus 19, 24)

  • "From among the Israelites have your brother Aaron, together with his sons Nadab, Abihu, Eleazar and Ithamar, brought to you, that they may be my priests. (Exodus 28, 1)

  • These are the vestments they shall make: a breastpiece, an ephod, a robe, a brocaded tunic, a miter and a sash. In making these sacred vestments which your brother Aaron and his sons are to wear in serving as my priests, (Exodus 28, 4)




  • With these you shall clothe your brother Aaron and his sons. Anoint and ordain them, consecrating them as my priests. (Exodus 28, 41)

  • "This is the rite you shall perform in consecrating them as my priests. Procure a young bull and two unblemished rams. (Exodus 29, 1)

  • Thus I will consecrate the meeting tent and the altar, just as I also consecrate Aaron and his sons to be my priests. (Exodus 29, 44)

  • Aaron and his sons you shall also anoint and consecrate as my priests. (Exodus 30, 30)

  • As you have anointed their father, anoint them also as my priests. Thus, by being anointed, shall they receive a perpetual priesthood throughout all future generations." (Exodus 40, 15)




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