Ezekiel 45:14

Ezekiel 45:14

Concerning the ordinance of oil, the bath of oil
This shows that the bath was for liquid measure; and as oil was a part of food with the Jews, as well as used in their offerings, a rule is given for the distribution of that to the Lord's ministers, that they may have everything convenient for them: ye shall offer the tenth part of a bath out of a cor;
which was the same measure with the "homer", only another name for it, as follows: which is an homer of ten baths, for ten baths are an homer;
so that if a man had an homer or ten baths of oil, he was to give a hundredth part of it for the use of the priests and Levites, or ministers of the word; a greater portion of wheat or barley is given than of oil, because there is a greater expense in families of the one than of the other.

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