b-hebrew digest: January 10, 2002

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> B-HEBREW Digest for Thursday, January 10, 2002.
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> 1. Nu28:5
> 2. Re:Sacrifices offered
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> Subject: Nu28:5
> From: jhonhar at juno.com
> Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2002 17:47:16 -0500
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> A better answer than thinking one would eat the mixture Liz proposes.
> Examination of Numbers 28: 1-6 indicate the mixture of fine flower and
> oil were used as a burnt offering and not to be eaten.
> John Carras
> jhonhar at juno.com
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> Subject: Re:Sacrifices offered
> From: jhonhar at juno.com
> Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2002 18:18:19 -0500
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> When a sacrifice was made, The New Oxford Bible states Nu. 28:2 it
> reaches as "my pleasing odor." Likewise, incense and prayers from earth
> reached God. New Oxford Bible: Rev. 8:3-5; see also Acts 10:4. Sacrifices
> may be a restful odor the same as we may enjoy food cooking odors from
> the kitchen. But, Nu. 28 and Rev. show a deeper insight.
> John Carras
> jhonhar at juno.com
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