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  • After the exodus young men (first-born) deputed to act as
  • All except seed of Aaron excluded from being
  • Ceremonies at consecration of: Anointing with oil.
  • Ceremonies at consecration of: Clothing with the holy garments.
  • Ceremonies at consecration of: Lasted seven days.
  • Ceremonies at consecration of: Offering sacrifices.
  • Ceremonies at consecration of: Partaking of the sacrifices of consecration.
  • Ceremonies at consecration of: Placing in their hands the wave-offering.
  • Ceremonies at consecration of: Purification by blood of the consecration ram.
  • Ceremonies at consecration of: Washing in water.
  • Divided by David into twenty-four courses
  • During patriarchal age heads of families acted as
  • Each course of, had its president or chief
  • First notice of persons acting as
  • Garments of: Laid up in holy chambers.
  • Garments of: Often provided by the people.
  • Garments of: Purified by sprinkling of blood.
  • Garments of: The bonnet.
  • Garments of: The coat or tunic.
  • Garments of: The girdle.
  • Garments of: The linen breeches.
  • Garments of: Worn always while engaged in the service of the tabernacle.
  • Garments of: Worn at consecration.
  • Garments of: Worn by the high priest on the day of atonement.
  • Generally participated in punishment of the people
  • Illustrative of: Christ.
  • Illustrative of: Saints.
  • Made of the lowest of the people by Jeroboam and others
  • Might purchase and hold other lands in possession
  • No blemished or defective persons could be consecrated
  • On special occasions persons not of Aaron`s family acted as
  • Publicly consecrated
  • Punishment for invading the office of
  • Required to prove their genealogy before they exercised the office
  • Required to remain in the tabernacle seven days after consecration
  • Required to wash in the brazen laver before they performed their services
  • Revenues of: A fixed portion of the spoil taken in war.
  • Revenues of: All devoted things.
  • Revenues of: All restitutions when the owner could not be found.
  • Revenues of: First of the wool of sheep.
  • Revenues of: First-born of animals or their substitutes.
  • Revenues of: First-fruits.
  • Revenues of: Part of all sacrifices.
  • Revenues of: Redemption-money of the first-born.
  • Revenues of: Show-bread after its removal.
  • Revenues of: Tenth of the tithes paid to the Levites.
  • Sanctified by God for the office
  • Services of, divided by lot
  • Services of, ineffectual for removing sin
  • Services of: Blessing the people.
  • Services of: Blowing the trumpets on various occasions.
  • Services of: Burning incense.
  • Services of: Carrying the ark.
  • Services of: Covering the sacred things of the sanctuary before removal.
  • Services of: Deciding in cases of jealousy.
  • Services of: Deciding in cases of leprosy.
  • Services of: Encouraging the people when they went to war.
  • Services of: Judging in cases of controversy.
  • Services of: Keeping the charge of the tabernacle.
  • Services of: Keeping the sacred fire always burning on the altar.
  • Services of: Lighting and trimming the lamps of the sanctuary.
  • Services of: Offering first fruits.
  • Services of: Offering sacrifices.
  • Services of: Placing and removing show-bread.
  • Services of: Purifying the unclean.
  • Services of: Teaching the law.
  • Services of: Valuing things devoted.
  • Special laws respecting: All bought and home-born servants to eat of their portion.
  • Special laws respecting: Children of, married to strangers, not to eat of their portion.
  • Special laws respecting: No sojourner or hired servant to eat of their portion.
  • Special laws respecting: Not to defile themselves by eating what died or was torn.
  • Special laws respecting: Not to defile themselves for the dead except the nearest of kin.
  • Special laws respecting: Not to drink wine, &c while attending in the tabernacle.
  • Special laws respecting: Not to marry divorced or improper persons.
  • Special laws respecting: Restitution to be made to, by persons ignorantly eating of their holy thing
  • Special laws respecting: While unclean could not eat of the holy things.
  • Special laws respecting: While unclean could not perform any service.
  • The four courses which returned from Babylon subdivided into 24
  • The sons of Aaron appointed as, by perpetual statute
  • Thirteen of the Levitical cities given to, for residence
  • Were sometimes: Corrupters of the law.
  • Were sometimes: Drunken.
  • Were sometimes: Greedy.
  • Were sometimes: Profane and wicked.
  • Were sometimes: Slow to sanctify, themselves for God`s services.
  • Were sometimes: Unjust.
  • Were to live by the altar as they had no inheritance

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