24 e Lord spoke to Moses, 2 Command e Israelites to bring you pure, virgin olive oil for e lamp stand so at e lamps won’t go out. 3 In e tent of meeting, outside e canopy where e words of my promise are, Aaron must keep e lamps lit in e Lord’s presence from evening until morning. It is a permanent law for generations to come. 4 Aaron must keep e lamps on e pure gold lamp stand lit . Duties in e Tent of Meeting. 24 Yahweh spoke to Moses, 2 Command e Israelites to bring you pure, virgin olive oil for e lamp stand so at e lamps won’t go out. 3 In e tent of meeting, outside e canopy where e words of my promise are, Aaron must keep e lamps lit in Yahweh’s presence from evening until morning. It is a permanent law for generations to come. 08, · us, arguably, Leviticus 1-7 occurs before e construction of e tabernacle described in Exodus 40, and us at a time when e Lord was still meeting wi Moses in e original tent of meeting Au or: Peter Lei art. Most of e 40+ uses of e phrase in Leviticus describes e doorway of e tent of meeting where offerings occur, where e priests are ordained, where blood is presented. e phrase seems to refer specifically to what is called e Holy Place, e first chamber of e tent. e consecration of Aaron and his sons took place at e entrance of e tent of meeting (Lev. 8:3-4). is signifies at our consecration for e pries ood is not only before God but also for e church life. I like e expression at e entrance of e tent of meeting. In . (1) And e Lord called... and spake. Ra er, And he called unto Moses, and e Lord spake, &c. (See Leviticus 8:15.)At e end of e previous book we are told at when e tent of meeting was completed, e Lord showed His approbation of it by covering e outside of e edifice wi a heaven-sent cloud, and by filling e inside wi His glory (Exodus 40:34-38). Was a transportable tent used by e Israelites after ey left Egypt. e tent was used for worship and sacrifice by e Israelites and it housed e ark of e covenant. It . Leviticus 1:3 and many following verses specify at burnt offerings (and various o er offerings) are to be brought to e door of e tent of meeting. What, exactly, is e door of e tent of. To e sons of Levi, behold, I have given all e ti e in Israel for an inheritance, in return for eir service which ey perform, e service of e tent of meeting. e sons of Israel shall not come near e tent of meeting again, or ey will bear sin and die. Numbers 18:21-22 (NAS95S). And so he shall do for e tent of meeting, which dwells wi em in e midst of eir uncleannesses. 17 u No one be in e tent of meeting from e time he enters to make atonement in e Holy Place until he comes out and has made atonement for himself and for his house and for all e assembly of Israel. 18 en he shall go out to e. Leviticus 8:3 and assemble e whole congregation at e entrance to e Tent of Meeting. and ga er e entire assembly at e entrance to e tent of meeting. and call e entire community of Israel toge er at e entrance of e Tabernacle. . Leviticus Leviticus :8 You shall not even go out from e doorway of e tent of meeting, or you will die. for e LORD'S anointing oil is upon you. So ey did according to e word of Moses. Leviticus 17:4 (ESV) and does not bring it to e entrance of e tent of meeting to offer it as a gift to e LORD in front of e tabernacle of e LORD, bloodguilt shall be imputed to at man. He has shed blood, and at man shall be cut off from among his people. e very first verse of Leviticus reads: God VaYikra/Called to Moses and spoke to him from e Tent of Meeting (Leviticus 1:1) ere is a peculiarity to e way scribes calligraph e word VaYikra/called. e letter aleph (e final letter in e biblical Hebrew word . us all e work of e tabernacle of e tent of meeting was completed. and e sons of Israel did according to all at e Lord had commanded Moses. so ey did. ey brought e tabernacle to Moses, e tent and all its furnishings: its clasps, its boards, its bars, and its pillars and its sockets. and e covering of rams’ skins dyed red, and e covering of porpoise skins, and e. According to e Hebrew Bible, e Tabernacle, also known as e Tent of e Congregation, was e portable ear ly dwelling place of Yahweh used by e Israelites from e Exodus until e conquest of Canaan. Moses was instructed at Mount Sinai to construct and transport e tabernacle wi e Israelites on eir journey rough e wilderness and eir subsequent conquest of e Promised Land. After . Leviticus 1 e Lord's rules for e people's gifts to him 1 e Lord spoke to Moses from e Tent of Meeting. He told him e rules at Israel's people must obey. 2 e Lord said, ‘Speak to Israel's people. At e entrance of e tent of meeting you shall remain day and night for seven days, performing what e Lord has charged, so at you do not die, for so I have been commanded. e Complete Jewish Bible. Leviticus 1:1 (CJB) ADONAI called to Moshe and spoke to him from e tent of meeting. He said, 2 Speak to e Israelites and say to em: ‘When anyone among you brings an offering to e Lord, bring as your offering an animal from ei er e herd or e flock. 3 ‘If e offering is a burnt offering from e herd, you are to offer a male wi out defect. You must present it at e entrance to e tent of meeting so at it will be acceptable to e Lord. 4 You are to lay your hand on e head of e . is Essay Proposes at e eology Of e Book Of Leviticus Centers On e Question Of How e Dwelling, God’s Mishkan, Becomes A Tent Of Meeting, e ’ohel Mo‘ed. By e End Of Leviticus, e Tent Of Meeting Has Become e Place Where Israel’s Community Can Enjoy Fellowship Wi Yahweh—a Sabba Goal Symbolically Portrayed In Leviticus 24:1–9.Au or: L. Michael Morales. 26. 27. CHAPTER. Burnt Offerings. 1 e LORD called Moses, and spoke to him from e tent of meeting:a. 2 Speak to e Israelites and tell em: When any one of you* brings an offering of livestock to e LORD, you shall bring your offering from e herd or from e flock.b. 3 * c If a person’s offering is a burnt offering* from e herd, e offering must be a male wi out blemish.d e individual shall bring . 1 a e Lord called Moses and spoke to him b from e tent of meeting, saying, 2 Speak to e people of Israel and say to em, c When any one of you brings an offering to e Lord, you shall bring your offering of livestock from e herd or from e flock. 27, · Leviticus 3:13 (Amplified Bible) And lay his hands upon its head, and kill it before e Tent of Meeting. and e sons of Aaron shall row its blood against e altar round about. If his offering be a burnt-offering of e herd, he shall present it a male wi out blemish: at e entrance of e tent of meeting shall he present it, for his acceptance before Jehovah. 02, · e opening verse affords us e clue to e whole, e Lord called to Moses and spoke to him from e Tent of Meeting. Leviticus is God speaking to us rough e Tabernacle and its meaning. It is a personal book. e second verse intimates is, When any of you brings an offering to e Lord. Notice, He expects each person to bring his. tent Moses erected before e construction of e tabernacle. In Exodus we read: Now Moses used to take a tent and pitch it outside e camp some distance away, calling it e ‘tent of meeting.’ Anyone inquiring of e LORD would go to e tent of meeting outside e camp. By Gilad Sasson* At e end of Parashat Naso, e inuration of e Tabernacle and e altar having been completed, we read: When Moses went into e Tent of Meeting to speak wi Him, he would hear e Voice addressing him from above e cover at was on top of e Ark of e Pact between e two cherubim. us He spoke to him (Num. 7:89). Moses entering e Tent of Meeting, as. 20, · Two Tents of Meeting. Two structures are called e tent of meeting in e Hebrew Bible. e first was a tent at Moses erected in e desert outside of e Israelite camp (Exod. 33:7-11). In is tent, Moses (and Joshua) met wi God. e second was a larger, more lavish, tent . CHAPTER 17. Sacredness of Blood. 1 e LORD said to Moses: 2 Speak to Aaron and his sons, as well as to all e Israelites, and tell em: is is what e LORD has commanded: 3 * Any Israelite who slhters an ox or a sheep or a goat, whe er in e camp or outside of it, 4 wi out first bringing it to e entrance of e tent of meeting to present it as an offering to e LORD in front of. e Tent of Meeting. Exodus 24-40, Leviticus 16. Peace be wi you, listening friends. We greet you in e name of God, e Lord of peace, who wants everyone to understand and submit to e way of righteousness at He has established, and have true peace wi Him forever. Leviticus 9:5 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] Leviticus 9:5, NIV: ey took e ings Moses commanded to e front of e tent of meeting, and e entire assembly came near and stood before e LORD. Leviticus 9:5, ESV: And ey brought what Moses commanded in front of e tent of meeting, and all e congregation drew near and stood before e LORD.. 16, 2004 ·. Instructions for e People: 2 e Lord provides Moses from e Tent of Meeting prescriptions for e Sons of Israel concerning e burnt offering, meal offering, peace offering, and occasions for atoning sacrifices for unintentional sin 1:1 6:7. 1. 1 And Jehovah called Moses and spoke to him from e tent of meeting,+ saying: 2 Speak to e Israelites* and tell em, ‘If any one of you would present an offering to Jehovah from e domestic animals, you should present your offering from e herd or from e flock.+ 3 ‘If his offering is a burnt offering from e herd, he should present a sound male animal.+ He should present it. If his offering is a burnt offering from e herd, he shall make his offering a male wi out blemish. He shall bring it to e entrance of e Tent of Meeting, for acceptance in his behalf before e LORD. Leviticus 8 New International Version (NIV) e Ordination of Aaron and His Sons. 8 e Lord said to Moses, 2 Bring Aaron and his sons, eir garments, e anointing oil, e bull for e sin offering,  e two rams and e basket containing bread made wi out yeast, 3 and ga er e entire assembly at e entrance to e tent of meeting. 4 Moses did as e Lord commanded him, and e. Leviticus is a book of e church life in e meeting, because it covers all e ings related to e tent of meeting. We are e tent of meeting, and we are simply meeting people. We must meet all e time, morning and evening. How wonderful it would be if we could do no ing but meet all e time every day! And in e meeting we just cook. Leviticus 4 New American Standard Bible (NASB) e Law of Sin Offerings. 4 en e Lord spoke to Moses, saying, 2 Speak to e sons of Israel, saying, ‘If a person sins unintentionally in any of e  ings which e Lord has commanded not to be done, and commits any of em, 3 if e anointed priest sins so as to bring guilt on e people, en he is to offer to e Lord a  bull. nwt Leviticus 1:1-27:34 - New World Translation (nwt) ‘Boil e flesh at e entrance of e tent of meeting, and ere is where you will eat it and e bread at is in e installation basket, just as I was given e command, saying, Aaron and his sons will eat it. ’ . 23, · Leviticus 4:13-14 GNB If it is e whole community of Israel at sins and becomes guilty of breaking one of e LORD’s commands wi out intending to, 14 en as soon as e sin becomes known, e community shall bring a young bull as a sin offering. ey shall bring it to e Tent of e LORD’s presence. As soon as e sin becomes known. . 21, · en e anointed priest shall take some of e bull’s blood and carry it into e tent of meeting. 4:5 (NIV) And he shall bring his trespass offering unto e LORD for his sin which he ha sinned, a female from e flock, a lamb or a kid of e goats, for a sin offering. and e priest shall make an atonement for him concerning his sin. e reason given for sacrificing animals in e Tent of Meeting was so at e priest could perform e proper ritual. In addition, e sacrifice could en be shared wi e people in a form of fellowship. Atonement could also be made by e priest on behalf of e . 1 back to Exod 40:35, But Moses was not able to enter into e tent of meeting because e cloud had settled on it and e glory of e Lord had filled e tabernacle (cf. J. Milgrom, Leviticus [AB], 1:134). Exod 40:36-38 is a paren etical explanation of e ongoing function of e cloud in leading e people rough e wilderness. Leviticus 1:5 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] Leviticus 1:5, NIV: You are to slhter e young bull before e LORD, and en Aaron's sons e priests shall bring e blood and splash it against e sides of e altar at e entrance to e tent of meeting. Leviticus 1:5, ESV: en he shall kill e bull before e LORD, and Aaron’s sons e priests shall bring e blood. e ird Book of Moses, Called Leviticus, Chapter Eight. 2. Instructions for e priests e Ordination of Aaron and His Sons . What did e LORD tell Moses to bring at e entrance to e Tent of Meeting, and who did e LORD tell Moses he was to ga er at e Tent of Meeting? Leviticus 6:26 Context. 23 For every meat offering for e priest shall be wholly burnt: it shall not be eaten. 24 And e LORD spake unto Moses, saying, 25 Speak unto Aaron and to his sons, saying, is is e law of e sin offering: In e place where e burnt offering is killed shall e sin offering be killed before e LORD: it is most holy. 26 e priest at offere it for sin shall.