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Leviticus 16:7
... he shall take the two goats, and present them before the LORD at the door of the tabernacle of the...
Giving Thanks: Understanding the Biblical Emphasis of Thanksgiving - Article
Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - ... with sacrificial thanksgiving “offerings” (Leviticus 22:29, 2 Chronicles 29:31). Yadah is used more frequently and is most often translated “praise” (Psalm 18:49, Isaiah 25:1). Both of these terms are built around...
Leviticus 16:7: the two goats - Study Note
... the two goats. In this unique annual ceremony, one animal was insufficient to picture the entire lesson to be gained by the people. One animal was to be offered for a sin offering, thereby demonstrating the fatal consequences of sin. The other...
1 Peter 1:18: redeemed - Study Note
... especially the redemption of a bondservant by a kinsman (Leviticus 25:49). But the first use of the Hebrew word (gaal), thus establishing the primary theme throughout Scripture, speaks of “the Angel which redeemed me from all evil”...
John 1:29: taketh away - Study Note
... taketh away. The figure here is that of the two goats (Leviticus 16:7-22), offered on the annual Day of Atonement. One would die for the sins of the people; the other (“the scapegoat”) would carry away all their sins into the...
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