Bible Cross References
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Numbers 18:8
The LORD said to Aaron, "Remember that I am giving you all the special contributions made to me that are not burned as sacrifices. I am giving them to you and to your descendants as the part assigned to you forever.
Numbers 18:11
"In addition, any other special contributions that the Israelites present to me shall be yours. I am giving them to you, your sons, and your daughters for all time to come. Every member of your family who is ritually clean may eat them.
Numbers 15:19-21
When any food produced there is eaten, some of it is to be set aside as a special contribution to the LORD.
When you bake bread, the first loaf of the first bread made from the new grain is to be presented as a special contribution to the LORD. This is to be presented in the same way as the special contribution you make from the grain you thresh.
For all time to come, this special gift is to be given to the LORD from the bread you bake.
Numbers 31:29
Give them to Eleazar the priest as a special contribution to the LORD.
Numbers 31:41
So Moses gave Eleazar the tax as a special contribution to the LORD, as the LORD had commanded.
Leviticus 7:14
You shall present one part of each kind of bread as a special contribution to the LORD; it belongs to the priest who takes the blood of the animal and throws it against the altar.
Deuteronomy 12:6
There you are to offer your sacrifices that are to be burned and your other sacrifices, your tithes and your offerings, the gifts that you promise to the LORD, your freewill offerings, and the first-born of your cattle and sheep.
2 Chronicles 31:4
In addition, the king told the people of Jerusalem to bring the offerings to which the priests and the Levites were entitled, so that they could give all their time to the requirements of the Law of the LORD.
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Leviticus 2:13
Put salt on every grain offering, because salt represents the covenant between you and God. (You must put salt on all your offerings.)
2 Chronicles 13:5
"Don't you know that the LORD, the God of Israel, made an unbreakable covenant with David, giving him and his descendants kingship over Israel forever?