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Anything offered up to God by human beings, including sacrificial offerings. A distinction can be made between offerings which involve the taking of life and other gifts made to God.
At its dedication See also Nu 7:2-3
David’s personal gift 1Ch 29:2-5
Mt 5:23-24 Offerings are unacceptable unless the worshipper is reconciled to God. See also Ge 4:3-5 Cain’s offering was not accepted on account of his incorrect attitude. Boasting about offerings makes them unacceptable: Am 4:4-5; Lk 18:12
Mt 23:23 pp Lk 11:42 Meticulous tithing, without mercy or justice, is unacceptable.
To support God’s servants Php 4:10-18
Mk 7:9-13 “Corban” is a technical Jewish religious term, meaning “something dedicated, especially on oath”. What Jesus Christ says implies that once the children had donated the amount they would have spent on their ageing parents for religious purposes, they were no longer responsible for their upkeep.