Grain offering
An offering of grain to a deity. Includes flour sprinkled on a sacrifice, as well as cakes made of grain and oil.
Key passages
Le 2:1–16

“ ‘When a person brings a grain offering to Yahweh, his offering must be finely milled flour, and he must pour out oil on it and place frankincense on it. And he shall bring it to the sons of Aaron, the priests, and he shall take his handful from its finely milled flour …

Le 6:14–23

“ ‘And this is the regulation of the grain offering. Aaron’s sons shall present it before Yahweh in front of the altar, and he in his fist shall take away from it some of the grain offering’s finely milled flour, and some of its oil and all of …

Le 7:9–10

And every grain offering that is baked in the oven and all that is prepared in a cooking pan or on a flat baking pan belongs to the priest who presented it. And every grain offering, whether mixed with oil or dry, shall be for all of Aaron’s sons equally.

Le 9:4

and an ox and a ram as fellowship offerings to sacrifice before Yahweh, and a grain offering mixed with oil, because today Yahweh will appear to you.”

Le 9:17

Then he presented the grain offering, and he filled his palm with some of it, and he turned it into smoke on the altar besides the morning’s burnt offering.