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Eating week-old bread Leviticus The priests had responsibilities to keep the Lamp burning by renewing the supply of olive oil. The specifications for the oil for the lampstand are first seen in Exodus The Table had to be restocked with bread once each week - twelve loaves.
What do we do with the week-old bread? The bread goes in, but the bread doesn't come out.
Good news for the priests though - the text doesn't strictly say that they had to wait until the week was over before they ate the bread. It may be that they ate it a little at a time after the sabbath was past. The Table of Shewbread was specified in Exodus Incidentally, this is the table from which David and his men feasted in I Samuel 21 see notes with Writings of leviticus permission of the High Priest, Ahimelech.
And they brought him unto Moses: How severe can a punishment be for just uttering words? Well, they did what God told them to do in verse 14 - death by stoning.
It's notable in this chapter that we are given a narrative unusual for Leviticus which includes names and circumstances. While the name of the offender is not given, his Jewish mother's name Shelomith is given along with her father's name Dibri and tribe affiliation Dan. Why so much detail when the names of these individuals have no context outside of this passage?
We are not told that the man's Egyptian father was still living at the time. We are left with the impression that the half-Egyptian son may not have been proud to be among the Hebrews. However, the precedent was clearly set at this point in time: Those four Hebrew letters for Jehovah aka YHWHcommonly referred to by Jews as the Tetragrammaton, must not be spoken except with the utmost reverence.
As a result, observant Jews through the ages and even today will not even utter the Tetragrammaton except in prayer. That is the reason some say "Jehovah" and some say "Yahweh. We aren't told exactly what the half Egyptian said, but in light of this death sentence, you can see how that from this point forward it just seemed best not to say the "name of the LORD" at all.
Incidentally, you will notice that today in English writings, observant Jews refrain from writing the word "God" when referring to "YHWH," substituting it with "G-d" instead.
We also find in this chapter some laws concerning payback. These laws are restated here as a principle that all of those who abide with the Hebrews, Jewish or not, are bound by Mosaic Law. Abide with the Jews - keep their laws This chapter concludes in verse 23 with the execution of the half-Egyptian blasphemer.
The Sabbatical year Leviticus Every seventh year the land of Israel had to remain uncultivated also Exodus We see in Leviticus Whatever grew of itself during that year was not for the owner of the land, but for the poor, the stranger and the roaming animals.
And then some great news for Hebrew debtors: All debts, except those of foreigners, were to be forgiven see also Deuteronomy Leviticus - The LORD spoke to Moses, saying, “And when the days of her purifying are completed, whether for a son or for a daughter, she shall bring to the priest at the entrance of the tent of meeting a lamb a year old for a burnt offering, and a pigeon or a turtledove for a sin offering.
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New International Version For the life of a creature is in the blood, and I have given it to you to make atonement for yourselves on the altar; it is the blood that makes atonement for one's life.