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  • Bless the Lord, house of Israel; bless the Lord, house of Aaron; (Psalms 135, 19)

  • reasoned like this: "A man in the line of Aaron has come with the army, he will surely deal with us in fairness." (1 Maccabees 7, 14)

  • Hear the prayer of your servants, Lord; hear your priests giving Aaron's blessing to your people. (Ecclesiasticus 36, 16)

  • He raised up Aaron, the brother of Moses, a holy man like Moses, of the tribe of Levi. (Ecclesiasticus 45, 6)

  • The Lord gave Aaron sacred vestments of gold, blue and purple, the work of artists, the pectoral of judgment, the Urim and Thummim, scarlet yarn spun by a craftsman, (Ecclesiasticus 45, 10)

  • Such things had never been seen before Aaron's time; no outsider ever put them on or ever will, only his children and descendants. (Ecclesiasticus 45, 13)

  • He increased Aaron's glory by giving him a heritage. He allotted to him the first fruits and to begin with, bread in abundance. (Ecclesiasticus 45, 20)

  • For their food is the sacrifice offered to the Lord, which he gave to Aaron and his descendants. (Ecclesiasticus 45, 21)

  • It is not like the covenant established with David, the son of Jesse, of the tribe of Judah, for the kingship passes only from father to one of his sons, but the heritage of Aaron passes to all his descendants. (Ecclesiasticus 45, 25)

  • It was as if he was surrounded by palm trees when all the sons of Aaron in their splendor, with the offerings to the Lord in their hands, stood before the assembly of Israel. (Ecclesiasticus 50, 13)

  • Then the sons of Aaron shouted; they blew their trumpets of solid silver, making a great noise as a memorial before the Most high. (Ecclesiasticus 50, 16)

  • I brought you out of Egypt; I rescued you from the land of bondage; I sent Moses, Aaron and Miriam to lead you. (Micah 6, 4)

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