“‘When anyone offers a ·grain [L gift; tribute; C this offering of grain, called a gift offering, was not considered an atonement for sin] offering to the Lord, that ·offering [gift] must be made from ·fine [choice] flour. The person must pour oil on it, put ·incense [frankincense] on it,
1 The meat offering is after three sorts of fine flour unbaked. 4 Of bread baked. And when any will offer a meat offering unto the Lord, his offering shall be of fine flour, and he shall pour oil upon it, and put incense thereon.
“When you present a Grain-Offering to God, use fine flour. Pour oil on it, put incense on it, and bring it to Aaron’s sons, the priests. One of them will take a handful of the fine flour and oil, with all the incense, and burn it on the Altar for a memorial: a Fire-Gift, a pleasing fragrance to God. The rest of the Grain-Offering is for Aaron and his sons—a most holy part of the Fire-Gifts to God.
When a soul, that is, a poor man, offereth an offering of sacrifice to the Lord, [tried] flour of wheat shall be his offering. And he shall pour oil thereon, and he shall put incense, (When anyone offereth a grain offering to the Lord, fine wheat flour shall be his offering. And he shall pour oil on it, and he shall put frankincense on it,)
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