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Offerings of the rulers at the dedication of the altar

7:1 AND it so happened on the day that Mosesמשה
Meaning of the name: Linguist Abraham Yahuda, based on the spelling given in the Tanakh, argues that it combines “water” or “seed” and “pond, expanse of water,” thus yielding the sense of “child of the Nile” click here
had fully set up the tabernacle, and had anointed it, and sanctified it, and all the instruments of it, both the altar and all its vessels, and had anointed them, and sanctified them;
7:2 That the rulers of Israel, heads of the house of their fathers, who [were] the rulers of the tribes, and were over them that were numbered, offered
7:3 And they brought their offering before YAHWEH יְהֹוָה
Hebrew Yəhōwā, one vocalization of the Tetragrammaton יהוה‎ (YHWH), the proper name of the God of Israel in the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. It is considered one of the seven names of God in Judaism and a form of God’s name in Christianity. Covenant making covenant keeping GOD. For more info click here
, six covered wagons, and twelve oxen ; a wagon for two of the rulers, and for each one an ox and they brought them before the tabernacle.
7:4 And YAHWEH יְהֹוָה
Hebrew Yəhōwā, one vocalization of the Tetragrammaton יהוה‎ (YHWH), the proper name of the God of Israel in the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. It is considered one of the seven names of God in Judaism and a form of God’s name in Christianity. Covenant making covenant keeping GOD. For more info click here
spoke to Mosesמשה
Meaning of the name: Linguist Abraham Yahuda, based on the spelling given in the Tanakh, argues that it combines “water” or “seed” and “pond, expanse of water,” thus yielding the sense of “child of the Nile” click here
, saying,
7:5 Take [it] of them, that they may be to do the service of the tabernacle of the congregation ; and you will give them to the Levites, to every man according to his service.
7:6 And Mosesמשה
Meaning of the name: Linguist Abraham Yahuda, based on the spelling given in the Tanakh, argues that it combines “water” or “seed” and “pond, expanse of water,” thus yielding the sense of “child of the Nile” click here
took the wagons and the oxen, and gave them to the Levites.
7:7 Two wagons and four oxen he gave to the sons of Gershon, according to their service
7:8 And four wagons and eight oxen he gave to the sons of Merari, according to their service, under the hand of Ithamar the son of Aaron the priest.
7:9 But to the sons of Kohath he gave none because the service of the sanctuary belonging to them [was that] they should bear on their shoulders.
7:10 And the rulers offered for dedicating of the altar on the day that it was anointed, even the rulers offered their offering before the altar.
7:11 And YAHWEH יְהֹוָה
Hebrew Yəhōwā, one vocalization of the Tetragrammaton יהוה‎ (YHWH), the proper name of the God of Israel in the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. It is considered one of the seven names of God in Judaism and a form of God’s name in Christianity. Covenant making covenant keeping GOD. For more info click here
said to Mosesמשה
Meaning of the name: Linguist Abraham Yahuda, based on the spelling given in the Tanakh, argues that it combines “water” or “seed” and “pond, expanse of water,” thus yielding the sense of “child of the Nile” click here
, They shall offer their offering, each ruler on his day, for the dedicating of the altar.
7:12 And he that offered his offering the first day was Nahshon the son of Amminadab, of the tribe of Judah
7:13 And his offering [was] one silver charger, the weight of it [was] one hundred thirty [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], one silver bowl of seventy shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s, after the shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
of the sanctuary ; both of them [were] full of fine flour mingled with oil for a meat offering
7:14 One spoon of ten [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s] of gold, full of incense.
7:15 One young bull, one ram, one lamb of the first year, for a burnt offering
7:16 One kid of the goats for a sin offering
7:17 And for a sacrifice of peaceשָׁלוֹם
Transliteration šālôm Pronunciation shaw-lome’ shalom – completeness, soundness, welfare, peace, be well, prosperity For more info click here
offerings, two oxen, five rams, five he goats, five lambs of the first year this [was] the offering of Nahshon the son of Amminadab.
7:18 On the second day Nethaneel the son of Zuar, ruler of Issachar, did offer
7:19 He offered [for] his offering one silver charger, the weight of it [was] one hundred and thirty [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], one silver bowl of seventy shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s, after the shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
of the sanctuary ; both of them full of fine flour mingled with oil for a meat offering
7:20 One spoon of gold of ten [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], full of incense
7:21 One young bull, one ram, one lamb of the first year, for a burnt offering
7:22 One kid of the goats for a sin offering
7:23 And for a sacrifice of peaceשָׁלוֹם
Transliteration šālôm Pronunciation shaw-lome’ shalom – completeness, soundness, welfare, peace, be well, prosperity For more info click here
offerings, two oxen, five rams, five he goats, five lambs of the first year this [was] the offering of Nethaneel the son of Zuar.
7:24 On the third day Eliab the son of Helon, ruler of the sons of Zebulun, [did offer]
7:25 His offering [was] one silver charger, the weight of it [was] one hundred and thirty [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], one silver bowl of seventy shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s, after the shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
of the sanctuary ; both of them full of fine flour mingled with oil for a meat offering
7:26 One golden spoon of ten [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], full of incense
7:27 One young bull, one ram, one lamb of the first year, for a burnt offering
7:28 One kid of the goats for a sin offering
7:29 And for a sacrifice of peaceשָׁלוֹם
Transliteration šālôm Pronunciation shaw-lome’ shalom – completeness, soundness, welfare, peace, be well, prosperity For more info click here
offerings, two oxen, five rams, five he goats, five lambs of the first year this [was] the offering of Eliab the son of Helon.
7:30 On the fourth day Elizur the son of Shedeur, ruler of the sons of Reuben, [did offer]
7:31 His offering [was] one silver charger of the weight of one hundred and thirty [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], one silver bowl of seventy shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s, after the shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
of the sanctuary ; both of them full of fine flour mingled with oil for a meat offering
7:32 One golden spoon of ten [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], full of incense
7:33 One young bull, one ram, one lamb of the first year, for a burnt offering
7:34 One kid of the goats for a sin offering
7:35 And for a sacrifice of peaceשָׁלוֹם
Transliteration šālôm Pronunciation shaw-lome’ shalom – completeness, soundness, welfare, peace, be well, prosperity For more info click here
offerings, two oxen, five rams, five he goats, five lambs of the first year this [was] the offering of Elizur the son of Shedeur.
7:36 On the fifth day Shelumiel the son of Zurishaddai, ruler of the sons of Simeon, [did offer]
7:37 His offering [was] one silver charger, the weight of it [was] one hundred and thirty [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], one silver bowl of seventy shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s, after the shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
of the sanctuary ; both of them full of fine flour mingled with oil for a meat offering
7:38 One golden spoon of ten [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], full of incense
7:39 One young bull, one ram, one lamb of the first year, for a burnt offering
7:40 One kid of the goats for a sin offering
7:41 And for a sacrifice of peaceשָׁלוֹם
Transliteration šālôm Pronunciation shaw-lome’ shalom – completeness, soundness, welfare, peace, be well, prosperity For more info click here
offerings, two oxen, five rams, five he goats, five lambs of the first year this [was] the offering of Shelumiel the son of Zurishaddai.
7:42 On the sixth day Eliasaph the son of Deuel (Reuel), ruler of the sons of Gad, [offered]
7:43 His offering [was] one silver charger of the weight of one hundred and thirty [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], a silver bowl of seventy shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s, after the shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
of the sanctuary ; both of them full of fine flour mingled with oil for a meat offering
7:44 One golden spoon of ten [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], full of incense
7:45 One young bull, one ram, one lamb of the first year, for a burnt offering
7:46 One kid of the goats for a sin offering
7:47 And for a sacrifice of peaceשָׁלוֹם
Transliteration šālôm Pronunciation shaw-lome’ shalom – completeness, soundness, welfare, peace, be well, prosperity For more info click here
offerings, two oxen, five rams, five he goats, five lambs of the first year this [was] the offering of Eliasaph the son of Deuel (Reuel).
7:48 On the seventh day Elishama the son of Ammihud, ruler of the sons of Ephraim, [offered]
7:49 His offering [was] one silver charger, the weight of it [was] one hundred thirty [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], one silver bowl of seventy shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s, after the shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
of the sanctuary ; both of them full of fine flour mingled with oil for a meat offering
7:50 One golden spoon of ten [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], full of incense
7:51 One young bull, one ram, one lamb of the first year, for a burnt offering
7:52 One kid of the goats for a sin offering
7:53 And for a sacrifice of peaceשָׁלוֹם
Transliteration šālôm Pronunciation shaw-lome’ shalom – completeness, soundness, welfare, peace, be well, prosperity For more info click here
offerings, two oxen, five rams, five he goats, five lambs of the first year this [was] the offering of Elishama the son of Ammihud.
7:54 On the eighth day [offered] Gamaliel the son of Pedahzur, ruler of the sons of Manasseh
7:55 His offering [was] one silver charger of the weight of one hundred and thirty [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], one silver bowl of seventy shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s, after the shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
of the sanctuary ; both of them full of fine flour mingled with oil for a meat offering
7:56 One golden spoon of ten [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], full of incense
7:57 One young bull, one ram, one lamb of the first year, for a burnt offering
7:58 One kid of the goats for a sin offering
7:59 And for a sacrifice of peaceשָׁלוֹם
Transliteration šālôm Pronunciation shaw-lome’ shalom – completeness, soundness, welfare, peace, be well, prosperity For more info click here
offerings, two oxen, five rams, five he goats, five lambs of the first year this [was] the offering of Gamaliel the son of Pedahzur.
7:60 On the ninth day Abidan the son of Gideoni, ruler of the sons of Benjamin, [offered]
7:61 His offering [was] one silver charger, the weight of it [was] one hundred and thirty [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], one silver bowl of seventy shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s, after the shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
of the sanctuary ; both of them full of fine flour mingled with oil for a meat offering

7:62 One golden spoon of ten [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], full of incense

7:63 One young bull, one ram, one lamb of the first year, for a burnt offering
7:64 One kid of the goats for a sin offering
7:65 And for a sacrifice of peaceשָׁלוֹם
Transliteration šālôm Pronunciation shaw-lome’ shalom – completeness, soundness, welfare, peace, be well, prosperity For more info click here
offerings, two oxen, five rams, five he goats, five lambs of the first year this [was] the offering of Abidan the son of Gideoni.

7:66 On the tenth day Ahiezer the son of Ammishaddai, ruler of the sons of Dan, [offered]
7:67 His offering [was] one silver charger, the weight of it [was] one hundred thirty [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], one silver bowl of seventy shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s, after the shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
of the sanctuary ; both of them full of fine flour mingled with oil for a meat offering

7:68 One golden spoon of ten [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], full of incense

7:69 One young bull, one ram, one lamb of the first year, for a burnt offering
7:70 One kid of the goats for a sin offering
7:71 And for a sacrifice of peaceשָׁלוֹם
Transliteration šālôm Pronunciation shaw-lome’ shalom – completeness, soundness, welfare, peace, be well, prosperity For more info click here
offerings, two oxen, five rams, five he goats, five lambs of the first year this [was] the offering of Ahiezer the son of Ammishaddai.

7:72 On the eleventh day Pagiel the son of Ocran, ruler of the sons of Asher, [offered]
7:73 His offering [was] one silver charger, the weight of it [was] one hundred and thirty [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], one silver bowl of seventy shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s, after the shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
of the sanctuary ; both of them full of fine flour mingled with oil for a meat offering

7:74 One golden spoon of ten [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], full of incense

7:75 One young bull, one ram, one lamb of the first year, for a burnt offering
7:76 One kid of the goats for a sin offering
7:77 And for a sacrifice of peaceשָׁלוֹם
Transliteration šālôm Pronunciation shaw-lome’ shalom – completeness, soundness, welfare, peace, be well, prosperity For more info click here
offerings, two oxen, five rams, five he goats, five lambs of the first year this [was] the offering of Pagiel the son of Ocran.

7:78 On the twelfth day Ahira the son of Enan, ruler of the sons of Naphtali, [offered]
7:79 His offering [was] one silver charger, the weight of it [was] one hundred and thirty [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], one silver bowl of seventy shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s, after the shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
of the sanctuary ; both of them full of fine flour mingled with oil for a meat offering

7:80 One golden spoon of ten [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], full of incense

7:81 One young bull, one ram, one lamb of the first year, for a burnt offering
7:82 One kid of the goats for a sin offering
7:83 And for a sacrifice of peaceשָׁלוֹם
Transliteration šālôm Pronunciation shaw-lome’ shalom – completeness, soundness, welfare, peace, be well, prosperity For more info click here
offerings, two oxen, five rams, five he goats, five lambs of the first year this [was] the offering of Ahira the son of Enan.

7:84 This [was] the dedication of the altar, on the day when it was anointed, by the rulers of Israel twelve chargers of silver, twelve silver bowls, twelve spoons of gold
7:85 Each charger of silver [weighing] one hundred and thirty [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], each bowl seventy all the silver vessels [weighed] two thousand and four hundred [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s], after the shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
of the sanctuary

7:86 The golden spoons [were] twelve, full of incense, [weighing] ten [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s] apiece, after the shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
of the sanctuary all the gold of the spoons [was] one hundred and twenty [shekelשקל plural שקלים
Shekel or sheqel sheqalim or shekels, is an ancient Mesopotamian coin, usually of silver. A shekel was first a unit of weight—very roughly 11 grams (0.35 ozt)—and became currency in ancient Tyre and ancient Carthage and then in ancient Israel under the Maccabees.
s].

7:87 All the oxen for the burnt offering [were] twelve bulls, the rams twelve, the lambs of the first year twelve, with their meat offering and the kids of the goats for sin offering twelve.
7:88 And all the oxen for the sacrifice of the peaceשָׁלוֹם
Transliteration šālôm Pronunciation shaw-lome’ shalom – completeness, soundness, welfare, peace, be well, prosperity For more info click here
offerings [were] twenty and four bulls, the rams sixty, the he goats sixty, the lambs of the first year sixty. This [was] the dedication of the altar, after that it was anointed.

God speaks to Moses from off the mercy seat


7:89 And when Mosesמשה
Meaning of the name: Linguist Abraham Yahuda, based on the spelling given in the Tanakh, argues that it combines “water” or “seed” and “pond, expanse of water,” thus yielding the sense of “child of the Nile” click here
had gone into the tabernacle of the congregation to speak with him, then he heard the voice of one speaking to Him from off the mercy seat that [was] upon the ark of testimony, from between the two cherubim and he spoke to him.

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