Bible Cross References
every day
Exodus 29:10-14
"Bring the bull to the front of the Tent of my presence and tell Aaron and his sons to put their hands on its head.
Kill the bull there in my holy presence at the entrance of the Tent.
Take some of the bull's blood and with your finger put it on the projections of the altar. Then pour out the rest of the blood at the base of the altar.
Next, take all the fat which covers the internal organs, the best part of the liver, and the two kidneys with the fat on them, and burn them on the altar as an offering to me.
But burn the bull's flesh, its skin, and its intestines outside the camp. This is an offering to take away the sins of the priests.
Ezekiel 43:25
Each day for seven days you are to offer a goat, a bull, and a ram as sacrifices for sin. All of them must be without any defects.
Ezekiel 43:27
When the week is over, the priests are to begin offering on the altar the burnt offerings and the fellowship offerings of the people. Then I will be pleased with all of you. I, the Sovereign LORD, have spoken."
Ezekiel 48:18-20
The land that is left after the city has been built in the area immediately to the south of the holy area---4 miles by 2 miles on the east and 4 miles by 2 miles on the west---is to be used as farmland by the people who live in the city.
Anyone who lives in the city, no matter which tribe he comes from, may farm that land.
And so the total area in the center of the section which was set apart will be a square measuring 10 miles on each side, and it will include the area occupied by the city.
Hebrews 10:11
Every Jewish priest performs his services every day and offers the same sacrifices many times; but these sacrifices can never take away sins.
Leviticus 16:16-19
In this way he will perform the ritual to purify the Most Holy Place from the uncleanness of the people of Israel and from all their sins. He must do this to the Tent, because it stands in the middle of the camp, which is ritually unclean.
From the time Aaron enters the Most Holy Place to perform the ritual of purification until he comes out, there must be no one in the Tent. When he has performed the ritual for himself, his family, and the whole community,
he must then go out to the altar for burnt offerings and purify it. He must take some of the bull's blood and some of the goat's blood and put it all over the projections at the corners of the altar.
With his finger he must sprinkle some of the blood on the altar seven times. In this way he is to purify it from the sins of the people of Israel and make it holy.
Leviticus 16:27-19
Hebrews 9:22
Indeed, according to the Law almost everything is purified by blood, and sins are forgiven only if blood is poured out.
Hebrews 9:23
Those things, which are copies of the heavenly originals, had to be purified in that way. But the heavenly things themselves require much better sacrifices.
anoint it
Exodus 30:26
Use it to anoint the Tent of my presence, the Covenant Box,
Exodus 30:28
the altar for burning offerings, together with all its equipment, and the washbasin with its base.
Exodus 30:29
Dedicate these things in this way, and they will be completely holy, and anyone or anything that touches them will be harmed by the power of its holiness.
Exodus 40:9-11
"Then dedicate the Tent and all its equipment by anointing it with the sacred oil, and it will be holy.
Next, dedicate the altar and all its equipment by anointing it, and it will be completely holy.
Also dedicate the washbasin and its base in the same way.
Leviticus 8:10
Then Moses took the anointing oil and put it on the Tent of the LORD's presence and everything that was in it, and in this way he dedicated it all to the LORD.
Leviticus 8:11
He took some of the oil and sprinkled it seven times on the altar and its equipment and on the basin and its base, in order to dedicate them to the LORD.
Numbers 7:1
On the day Moses finished setting up the Tent of the LORD's presence, he anointed and dedicated the Tent and all its equipment, and the altar and all its equipment.