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18 IT And he said unto me, Son of man, ^
thus saith the Lord God ; These are the *
ordinances of the altar in the day when they
shall make it, to oflfer burnt-offerings thereon,
and to ^sprinkle blood thereon.

19 And thou shalt give to ''the priests
the Levites that be of the seed of Zadok,
which approach unto Ine, to minister unto
me, saith the Lord God, <= a young bullock
for a sin-offering.

20 And thou shalt take of the blood
thereof, and put it on the four horns of it,
and on the four corners of the settle, and
upon the border round about : thus shalt
thou cleanse and purge it.

21 Thou shalt take the bullock also of
the sin-off'ering, and he ''shall burn it in
the appointed place of the house, " without
the sanctuary.

22 And on the second day thou shalt offer
a kid of the goats without blemish for a sin-
offering ; and they shall cleanse the altar, as
they did cleanse it with the bullock.

23 When thou hast made an end of
cleansing it, thou shalt offer a young bullock
without blemish, and a ram out of the flock
without blemish.

24 And thou shalt offer them before the

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The priests reproved.

Lord, ''and the priests shall cast salt upon
them, and they shall offer them up for
a burnt-offering unto the Lord.

25 g Seven days shalt thou prepare every
day a goatybr a sin-offering : they shall also
prepare a young bullock, and a ram out of
the flock, without blemish.

26 Seven days shall they purge the altar
and purify it ; and they shall f consecrate
themselves.

^ 27 '' And when these days are expired, it
shall be, that upon the eighth day, and so
forward, the priests shall make your burnt-
offerings upon the altar, and your || peace-
offerings: and I will 'accept you, saith the
Lord God.

CHAP. XLIV.

1 The Bast gate assigned only to theprince. 4 The priests
reproved for polluting of the sanctuary. 9 Idolaters
uncapable of the priest's office. 15 The sonsofZadok
are accepted thereto. 17 Ordinances for the priests.

THEN he brought me back the way
of the gate of the outward sanctuary
» which looketh toward the east ; and it was
shut.

2 Then said the Lord unto me ; This
gate shall be shut, it shall not be opened,
and no man shall enter in by it ; ^ because
the Lord the God of Israel hath entered
in by it, therefore it shall be shut.

3 It is for the prince ; the prince, he shall
sit in it to " eat bread before the Lord ;
^ he shall enter by the way of the porch of
that gate, and shall go out by the way of the
same.

4 H Then brought he me the way of the
north gate before the house : and I looked,
and * behold, the glory of the Lord filled
the house of the Lord: '"and I fell upon
my.face.

5 And the Lord said unto me, eSon of
man, fniark well, and behold with thine
eyes, and hear with thine ears all that I
say unto thee concerning all the ordinances
of the house of the Lord, and all the laws

• thereof; and mark well the entering in of
the house, with every going forth of the
sanctuary.

6 And thou shalt say to the '' rebellious,
even to the house of Israel, Thus saith the
Lord God ; O ye house of Israel, ' let it
suffice you of all your abominations ;

7 ''In that ye have brought into my sanc-
tuary t' strangers, ■" uncircumcised in heart,
and uncircumcised in flesh, to be in my
sanctuary, to pollute it, even my house,
when ye offer " my bread, °the fat and the
blood, and they have broken my covenant
because oi all your abominations.'



Bafore
CHRIST

574.



f Lov. 2. 13.



B Exoil. 28.
35, SB.
Lev. 8. 33.



t Hob. fU
their hands,
Exod. 29.
24.

h Lav. 9. 1.



II Or,

thank-ojjer-

inss.

i jTob 42. 8.

ch. 20. 40,

41.

Rom. 12. 1.

1 Pet. 2. 5.



a ch. 43. 1.



c Gen. 31.

54

1 Cor. 10.

18.

d ch. 46. 2,



e ch. 3. 23.
& 43. S.



e ch. 40. 4.



t Heb. sa
thy heart.



i rh. 45. •).
1 Pet. 4. 3.



It ch. 43. 8.
ver. 9.
Acts 21. 28.
t Heb.
children of
a stranl^'cr.
1 Lev. 22.
25.

m Lev, 26.
41.

Dout. 10. 16.
Acts 7. .'il.
n Lev 21. G,
8. 17, 21.
o Lev. 3. 16.
& 17. 11.



Berore

CHRIST

574.



p Lov. 22.2,

II Or,
ward, or,
ordinance:
And so
vor. 14. &,
IB. &
ch. 40. 45.
q vor. 7.



r See

2 Kings 23.

a, &c.

2 Chron. 29.

4,5.

oil. 48. 11.



s 1 Chron.
26. I.
t 2 Chron.
29. 34.



u Numb. 16.
9.



I laal. 9. 16.
Mai. 2. 8.
t Heb.
were for a
atumhtinf^-
block of ini-
quity unto,
ore.

cli. 14. .3, 4.
Ps. 106.



y Ps
26.



CHAP. XLIV. Idolaters uncapable of the priest's office.

8 And ye have not Pkept the charge of
mine holy things: but ye have get keepers of
my II charge in my sanctuary for yourselves.

9 HThus saith the Lord God; iNo
stranger, uncircumcised in heart, nor uncir-
cumcised in flesh, shall enter into my sanctu-
ary, of any stranger that is among the chil-
dren of Israel.

10 ^And the Levites that are gone away
far from me, when Israel went astray, which
went astray away from me after their idols ;
they shall even bear their iniquity.

11 Yet they shall be ministers in my
sanctuary, 'having charge at the gates of the
house, and ministering to the house : ' they
shall slay the burnt-offering and the sacrifice
for the people, arid " they shall stand before
them to minister unto them.

12 Because they ministered unto them
before their idols, and ^f caused the house
of Israel to fall into iniquity; therefore have
I y lifted up mine hand agaiqst them, saith
the Lord God, and they shall bear their
iniquity.

13 ^And they shall not come near unto
me, to do the office of a priest unto me,
nor to come near to any of my holy things,
in the most holy place : but they shall ^ bear
their shame, and their abominations which
they have committed.

14 But I will make them ''keepers of
the charge -of the house, for all the service
thereof, and for all that shall be done
therein.

15 1''= But the priests the Levites, ''the
sons of Zadok, that kept the charge of my
sanctuary ^when the children of Israel went
astray from me, they shall come near to me
to minister unto me, and they ''shall stand
before me to offer unto me sthe fat and
the blood, saith the Lord God :

16 They shall enter into my sanctuary,
and they shall come near to '■ my table, to
minister unto me, and they shall keep my
charge.

17 IF And it shall come to pass, that when
they enter in at the gates of the inner
court, 'they shall be clothed with linen
garments; and no wool shall come upon
them, while they minister in the gates of
the inner court, and within.

18 ''They shall have linen bonnets upon
their heads, and shall have linen breeches
upon their loins ; they shall not gird them-
selves II t with any thing that causeth sweat.

19 And when they go forth into the
outer court, even into the outer court to the
people, 'they shall put off their garments
wherein they ministered, and lay them in
the holy chambers, and they shall put on

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7 2 Kings
23. 9.
Numb. 18.3.



a rh. 32. 30.
&36. 7.



b Numb. 18.

4.

1 Chron. 23.

28,32.



c ch. 40. 46.
& 43. 19.
d 1 Sam. 2.
35.

ver. 10.



f Deut. 10.

8.

g ver. 7.



i Exod. 28.
39. 40, 43.
& 39. 27,

28.



k Exod. ffl.
40, 42. Sc
39.28.



II Or, in
sweatinff
places
f Heb.
in, or, with
sweat.

I ch. 42. 14.



Ordinances for the priests.

other garments; and they shall ""not sanc-
tify the people with their garments.

20 ° Neither shall they shave their heads,
nor suffer their locks to grow long ; they
shall only poll their heads.

21 ° Neither shall any priest drink wine,
when they enter into the inner court.

22 Neither shall they take for their wives
a P widow, nor her that is tput away: but
they shall take maidens of the seed of the
house of Israel, or a widow f that had " a
priest before.

23 And ithey shall teach my people the
difference between the holy and profane, and
cause them to discern between the unclean
and the clean.

24 And 'in controversy they shall stand
in judgment; and they shall judge it accord-
ing to my judgments : and they shall keep
my laws and my statutes in all mine as-
semblies ; " and they shall hallow my sab-
baths.

25 And they shall come at no *dead per-
son to defile themselves : but for father, or
for mother, or for son, or for daughter, for
brother, or for sister that hath had no hus-
band, they may defile themselves.

26 And "after he is cleansed, they shall
reckon unto him seven days.

27 And in the day that he goeth into the
sanctuary, ^unto the inner court, to minister
in the sanctuary, ^he shall offer his sin-
offering, saith the Lord God.

28 And it shall be unto them for an in-
heritance ; <I ^ am their inheritance : and ye
shall give them no possession in Israel : I am
their possession.

29 " They shall eat the meat-offering, and
the sin-offering, and the trespass-offering;
an J ''every [| dedicated thing in Israel shall
Idc theirs.

30 And the ||'= first of all the first-fruits
of all things, and every oblation of all, of
every sort of your oblations, shall be the
priest's : '' ye shall also give unto the priest
the first of your dough, " that he may cause
the blessing to rest in thine house.

31 The priests shall not eat of any thing
that is f dead of itself, or torn, whether it be
fowl or beast.

CHAP. XLV.

1 The portion of land for the sanctuary, 6 for the city,
7 and for the prince. 9 Ordinances for the prince.

MOREOVER, twhen ye shall "divide
by lot the land for inheritance, ye
shall '' offer an oblation unto the Lord,
tan holy portion of the land: the length
shall he the length of five and twenty thou-
sand reeds, and the breadth shall be tpf



EZEKIEL.



teh



Before


Before


CHRIST


CHRIST


574.

m cb. 46.20.
See Exod.
20. 37. &
30. 29.
Lev. 0. 27.
Matt. 23.
17, 19.
n Lev. 21.
5.

o Lev. 10.
9.


574.


c cb. 42. 20.

II Or,
void places.


p Lev. 21.
7, 13, 14.
t Heb.
IhrxistfiirllL.


dch.48. 10.


t Heb.
frovt a
priest.


e ver. 1.
cb. 48. 10,
&c.


q Lev. 10.
10, 11.

cb. 22. 2f).
Mai. 2. 7.






f ch. 48. 13.


r Deut. 17.
8, &c.
2 Cbron. 19.
8,10.






g See
ch. 40. 17.


s See ch. 22.
26.


h ch. 48.
15.


t Lev. 21.
1, 4;c.






i di. 48. 21.


u Numb. 6.

10. & 19.

11, &c.


*


X ver. 17.




y Lev. 4. 3.




7. Numb. 18.

20.

Deut. 10. 9.

& 18. 1, 2.

Joeh. 13. 14.

33.


k ch.46.18.
See Jer. 22.


a Lev. 6. 18,
29. & 7. 6.


ch! 22. 27.


b Lev. 27.

21, 28,
compared
with

Numb. 18.
14.
II Or,
nenotcd,
II Or,

c iixod. 13.

2.&^.

29, 30. &

23.19.

Numb. 3.13.

& 18.12, 13..

d Numb. 15.

20.

Neb. 10. 37.

e Prov. 3.

9. 10.

Mai. 3. 10.

f Exod. 22.

31.

Lev. 22. 8.


1 ch. 44. 6.


m Jer. 22.
3.

t Heb.
expulsions

n Lev. 19.
35, 36.
Prov. 11. 1.






o Exod. 30.

13.

Lev. 27. 2">.

Numb. 3. 47.


t Heb. wAot

Ve cause ths

land to fall.

a cb. 47^

22.

b cb. 48. 8.




tHeb.
holiness.


«








The portion of land for the

thousand. This shall be holy in all the
borders thereof round about.

2 Of this there shall be for the sanctuary
"five hundred in length, with five hundred in
breadth, square round about; and fifty cubits
round about for the || suburbs thereof.

3 And of this measure shalt thou measure
the length of five and twenty thousand, and
the breadth of ten thousand : ''and in it shall
be the sanctuary and the most holy place. .

4 * The ho\y portion of the land shall be for
the priests the ministers of the sanctuary,
which shall come near to minister unto the
Lord : and it shall be a place for their houses,
and an holy place for the sanctuary.

5 '^And the five and twenty thousand of
length, and the ten thousand of breadth,
shall also the Levites, the ministers of the
hpuse, have for themselves, for a possession
for s twenty chambers.

6 1[''And ye shall appoint the possession
of the city five thousand broad, and five and
twenty thousand long, over against the obla-
tion of the holy portion : it shall be for the
whole house of Israel.

7 IT 'And a portion shall be for the prince
on the one side and on the other side of
the oblation of the holy portion, and of the
possession of the city, before the oblation ol
the ho]j portion, and before the possession
of the city, from the west side westward,
and from the east side eastward : and the
length shall be over against one of the por-
tions, from the west border unto the east
border.

8 In the land shall be his possession in
Israel : and ''my princes shall no more
oppress my people ; and the rest of the land
shall they give to the house of Israel accord-
ing to their tribes.

9 "HThus saith the Lord God; 'Let it
suffice you, O princes of Israel: ""remove
violence and spoil, and execute judgment
and justice, take away your t exactions from
my people, saith the Lord God.

10 Ye shall have just "balances, and a
just ephah, and a just bath.

11 The ephah and the bath shall be of
one measure, that the bath may contain
the tenth part of an homer, and the ephah
the tenth part of an homer : the measure
thereof shall be after the homer.

12 And the "shekel shall be twenty
gerahs : twenty shekels, five and twenty
shekels, fifteen shekels, shall be your maneh.

13 This is the oblation that ye shall offer;
the sixth part of an ephah of an homer of
wheat, and ye shall give the sixth part of
an ephah of an homer of barley;

14 Concerning the ordinance <»f oil, the

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sanctuary, city, and prince.

bath of oil, ye shall offer the tenth part of a
bath out of the cor, ji^AicAes an homer often
baths : for ten baths are an homer :

15 And one || lamb out of the flock, out
of two hundred, out of the fat pastures of
Israel, for a meat-offering, and for a burnt-
offering, and for |1 peace-offerings, Pto make
reconciliation for them, saith the Lord God.

16 All the people of the land f shall give
this oblation || for the prince in Israel.

17 And it shall be the prince's part to
give burnt-offerings, and meat-offerings, and
drink-offerings, in the feasts, and in the new-
moons, and in the sabbaths, in all solemni-
ties of the house of Israel : he shall pre-
pare the sin-offering, and the meat-offering,
and the burnt-offering, and the || peace-
offerings, to make reconciliation for the
house of Israel.

18 Thus saith the Lord God; In the first
month, in the first day of the month, thou
shaft take a young bullock without blemish,
and 1 cleanse the sanctuary :

19 ' And the priest shall take of the blood
of the sin-offering, and put it upon the posts
of the house, and upon the four corners of
the settle of the altar, and upon the posts of
the gate" of the inner court.

20 And so thou shalt do the seventh day
of the month ^for every one that erreth, and
for him that is simple : so shall ye reconcile
the house.

21 *In the first month, in the fourteenth
day of the month, ye shall have the passover,
a feast of seven days ; unleavened bread shall
be eaten.

22 And upon that day shall the prince
prepare for himself and for all the people of
the land "a bullock ybr a sin-offering.

23 And ^ seven days of the feast he shall
prepare a burnt-offering to the Lord, seven

'bullocks and seven rams without blemish
daily the seven days; ^and a kid of the goats
daily ybr a sin-offering.

24 ^And he shall prepare a meat-offering
of an ephah for a bullock, and an ephah for
a ram, andanhin of oil for an ephah.

25 In the seventh month, in the fifteenth
day of the month, shall he do the like in the
^ feast of the seven days, according to the
sin-offering, according to the burnt-offering,
and according to the meat-offering, and ac-
cording to the oil.

CHAP. XLVL

1 Ordinances for the prince in his worship, 9 and for
the people. 16 An order for the princess inheritance.
19 The courts for boiling and baking.

THUS saith the Lord God; The gate of
the inner court that looketh toward the
east, shall be shut the six working days ; but



CHAP. XLVL



Before

CHRIST

574.



II Or,
thaiik-
offerinpa.
p Lev. 1.4.

t Hcb.
sh(Ul be for.
II Or,
with.



II Or,
thank-
offerings.



a Lev. 16.
16.

r ch. 43. 20.



B Lev. 4. 37.



t Exod. 12.

18.

Lev. 23. 5,

6.

Numb. 9. 2,

3. & 28. 16,

17.

Deut. 16. 1,



u Lev. 4. 14.
X Lev. 23. 8.



y See
Numb. 28.
1.5, 22, 30. &
2!l. 5, 11, 16,
19, &c.
7, ch. 46. 5,
7.



a Lev. 23.

.13.

Numb. 29.

12.

Deuu 16. 13.



Berore

CHRIST

574.



a ch. 44. 3.
ver. 8.



b ch. 45. 17.



c ch. 45. 29.
ver. 7, 11.



t Heb.
the gift of
his hand.
Deut 16. 17.



d ver. 2.



e Exod. 23.
14,-17.
Deut. 16. 16.



f ver. 5.



gch. 44.3.
ver. 2.



h Exod. 29.

Numb. 28. 3.
f Heb.
a son of
his year.
tHeb.
morning by
morning.



Ordinances for the prince, ^c.

on the sabbath it shall be opened, and in the
day df the new-moon it shall be opened.

2 "And the prince shall enter by the way
of the porch o'f that gate without, and shall
stand by the post of the gate, and the priests
shall prepare his burnt-oftering and his peace-
offerings, and he shall worship at the thresh-
old of the gate : then he shall go forth.; but
the gate shall not be shut until the evening.

3 Likewise the people of the land shall
worship at the door of this gate before the
Lord in the sabbaths and in the new-moons.

i 4 And the burnt-offering that ''the prince
shall offer unto the Lord in the sabbath day
shall he six Iambs without blemish, and a ram
without blemish.

5 ''And the meat-offering shall he an ephah
for a ram, and the meat-off'ering for the lambs
t as he shall be able to give, and an hin of
oil to an ephah.

6 And in the day of the new-moon it shall
he a young bullock without blemish, and
six lambs, and a ram : they shall be without
blemish.

7 And he shall prepare a meat-offering, an
ephah for a bullock, and an ephah for a ram,
and for th5 lambs according as his hand shall
attain unto, and an hin of oil to an ephah.

8 ^And when the prince shall enter, he
shall go in by the way of the porch of that
gate, and he shall go forth by the way thereof.

9 IT But when the people of the land " shall
come before the Lord in the solemn feasts,
he that entereth in by the way of the north
gate to worship, shall go out by the way of
the south gate ; and he that entereth by the
way of the south gate, shall go forth by the
way of the north gate : he shall not return
by the "way of the gate whereby he came in,
but shall go forth over against it.

10 And the prince in the midst of them,
when they go in, shall go in ; and when they
go forth, shall go forth.

11 And in the feasts and in the solemnities
f the meat-offering shall be an ephah to a bul-
lock, and an ephah to a ram, and to the lambs
as he is able to give, andanhin of oil to an
ephah.

12 Now when the prince shall prepare a
voluntary burnt-offering or peace-offerings
voluntarily unto the Lord, s one shall then
open him the gate that looketh toward the
east, and he shall prepare his burnt-offering
and his peace-offerings, as he did on the sab-
bath day: then he shall go forth; and after
his going forth one shall shut the gate.

13 •'Thou shalt daily prepare a burnt-
offering unto the Lord of a lamb f of the
first year without blemish : thou shalfprepare

it t every morning.

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An order for the princess inheritance.

14 And thou shalt prepare a meat-offering
for it every morning, the sixth part 6f an
ephah, and the third partof anhin of oil, to
temper with the fine flour ; a meat-oflfering
continually by a perpetual ordinance unto
the Lord.

15 Thus shall they prepare the lamb, and
the nieat-offering, and the oil, every morning
for a continual burnt-offering.

16 II Thus saith the Lord God ; If the
prince give a gift unto any of his sons, the
inheritance thereof shall be his sons' ; it shall
he their possession by inheritance.

17 But if he give a gift of his inheritance
to one of his servants, then it shall be his to
'the year of liberty; after, it shall return to
the prince : but his inheritance shall be his
sons' for them.

18 Moreover, •'the prince shall not take
of the people's inheritance by oppression, to
thrust them out of their possession ; hut he
shall give his sons inheritance out of his own
possession : that my people be not scattered
every man from his possession.

19 IT After, he brought me through the
entry, which was at the side of the gate, into
the holy chambers of the priests, which
looked toward the north : and behold, there
was a place on the two sides westward.

20 Then said he unto me. This is the
place where the priests shall 'boil the tres-
pass-offering and the sin-offering, where they
shall ""bake the meat-offering; that they bear
them not out into the outer court, "to sanc-
tify the people.

21 Then he brought me forth into the outer
court, and caused me to pass by the four
corners of the court ; and behold, t in every
corner of the court there was a court.

22 In the four corners of the court there
were courts || joined of forty cubits long and
thirty broad : these four t corners were of one
measure.

23 And there was a row of building round
about in them, round about them four, and
it was made with boiling-places under the
rows round about.

24 Then said he" unto me. These are the
places of them that boil, where the ministers
of the house shall ° boil the sacrifice of the
people.

CHAP. XLVn.

1 The vision of the holy waters.
13 The borders of the land,
by lot.

AFTERWARD he brought me again
unto the door of the house ; and behold,
^waters issued out from under the threshold
of the house eastward : for the forefront
of the house stood toward the east, and the



6 The virtue of them.
22 The division of it



Before
CHRIST

574.



i Lev. 25.
10.



kr.li. 45. 8.



I 2 Chron.
35. 13.



m Lev. 2. 4,

5,7.



THcb. . '
a court in a
comer of a
court, and a
coTirt in a
comei' of a.
court.
II Or,

made with
chimneys.
t Heb.
cornered.



a Joel 3. 18.
Zcch. 13. 1.
& 14. 8.
Rev. 22. 1.



Before

CHRIST

574.



t Hob.
ipatrra of
tke aidiles.



t Heb.
waters of
swiuiminff.



EZEKIEL. The vision of the holy waters.

waters came down from under from the right
side of the house, at the south side of the
altar.

2 Then brought he me out of the way of
the gate northward, and led me about the
way without unto the outer gate by the way
that looketh eastward ; and behold, there ran
out waters on the right side.

3 And when ''the man that had the line
in his hand, went forth eastward, he mea-
sured a thousand cubits, and he brx)ught me
through the waters ; the f waters were to the
ankles.

4 Again he measured a thousand, and
brought me through the waters ; the waters
were to the knees. Again he measured a
thousand, and brought me through ; the
waters were to the loins.

5 Afterward he measured a thousand ; and
it was a river that I could not pass over : for
the waters were risen, t waters to swim in, a
river that could not be passed over.

6 ^ And he said unto me. Son of man,
hast thou seen this? Then he brought me,
and caused me to return to the brink of the
river.

7 Now, when I had returned, behold, at
the t bank of the river were very many "= trees
on the one side and on the other.

8 Then said he unto me, These waters
issue out toward the east country, and go
down into the || desert, and go into the sea :
which being brought forth into the sea, the
waters shall be healed.

9 And it shall come to pass, that every
thing that liveth, which moveth, whitherso-
ever the t rivers shall come, shall live : and
there shall be a very great multitude of fish,
because these waters shall come thither : for
they shall be healed : and every thing shall
live whither the river cometh.

10 And it shall come to pass, that the •
fishers shall stand upon it from En-gedi even
unto En-eglaim ; they shall be a place to
spread forth nets ; their fish shall be accord-
ing to their kinds, as the fish "^ of the great
sea, exceeding many,

11 But the miry places thereof and the
marshes thereof || shall not be healed ; they
shall be given to salt.

12 And "^by the river upon the bank
thereof, on this side and on that side, t shall
grow all trees for meat, ''whose leaf shall not
fade, neither shall the fruit thereof be con-
sumed : it shall bring forth |1 new fruit ac-
cording to his months, because their waters
they issued out of the sanctuary : and the
fruit thereof shall be for meat, and the leat
thereof || for s medicine.

13 H Thus saith the Lord God; Tlus shall



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