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Evening Offering
Evening Sacrifice
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International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
EVENINGS, BETWEEN THE
EVENINGS, BETWEEN THEThe time of day (the Revised Version (British and American) reads “at even,” margin, “between the two evenings”) when the Passover lamb was slain (Exodus 12:6; Numbers 9:3), or the offering made of the evening portion of the continual burnt offering (Numbers 28:4). See
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 2, D–G
Evening Sacrifice
Stone altar at the Israelite temple in Arad. Each evening a lamb was to be offered as a whole burnt offering by the Israelites.evening sacrifice. A daily offering that, with the morning sacrifice, constituted the continual burnt offering; it consisted of a yearling lamb without blemish, flour, oil,
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Evenings, between The
EVENINGS, BETWEEN THE: The time of day (RV reads “at even,” m “between the two evenings”) when the Passover lamb was slain (Ex 12:6; Nu 9:3), or the offering made of the evening portion of the continual burnt offering (Nu 28:4). See preceding article.
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