Compare Translations for Exodus 29:24

Exodus 29:24 ASV
And thou shalt put the whole upon the hands of Aaron, and upon the hands of his sons, and shalt wave them for a wave-offering before Jehovah.
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Exodus 29:24 BBE
And put them all on the hands of Aaron and of his sons, to be waved for a wave offering before the Lord.
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Exodus 29:24 CEB
Place all of these in the hands of Aaron and his sons, and lift them as an uplifted offering in the LORD's presence.
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Exodus 29:24 CJB
and put it all in the hands of Aharon and his sons. They are to wave them as a wave offering in the presence of ADONAI.
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Exodus 29:24 RHE
And thou shalt put all upon the hands of Aaron and of his sons, and shalt sanctify them elevating before the Lord.
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Exodus 29:24 ESV
You shall put all these on the palms of Aaron and on the palms of his sons, and wave them for a wave offering before the LORD.
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Exodus 29:24 GW
Put all of these in the hands of Aaron and his sons, who will offer them to the LORD.
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Exodus 29:24 GNT
Put all this food in the hands of Aaron and his sons and have them dedicate it to me as a special gift.
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Exodus 29:24 HNV
You shall put all of this in Aharon's hands, and in his sons' hands, and shall wave them for a wave-offering before the LORD.
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Exodus 29:24 CSB
and put all of them in the hands of Aaron and his sons and wave them as a presentation offering before the Lord.
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Exodus 29:24 KJV
And thou shalt put all in the hands of Aaron, and in the hands of his sons; and shalt wave them for a wave offering before the LORD.
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Exodus 29:24 LEB
you will put [them] all on the palms of Aaron and on the palms of his sons, and you will wave them as a wave offering before Yahweh.
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Exodus 29:24 NAS
and you shall put all these in the hands of Aaron and in the hands of his sons, and shall wave them as a wave offering before the LORD.
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Exodus 29:24 NCV
Put all of these in the hands of Aaron and his sons, and tell them to present them as an offering to the Lord.
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Exodus 29:24 NIRV
"Put everything in the hands of Aaron and his sons. Tell them to lift it up and wave it in front of me as a wave offering.
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Exodus 29:24 NIV
Put all these in the hands of Aaron and his sons and wave them before the LORD as a wave offering.
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Exodus 29:24 NKJV
and you shall put all these in the hands of Aaron and in the hands of his sons, and you shall wave them as a wave offering before the Lord.
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Exodus 29:24 NLT
Put all these in the hands of Aaron and his sons to be lifted up as a special gift to the LORD.
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Exodus 29:24 NRS
and you shall place all these on the palms of Aaron and on the palms of his sons, and raise them as an elevation offering before the Lord.
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Exodus 29:24 RSV
and you shall put all these in the hands of Aaron and in the hands of his sons, and wave them for a wave offering before the LORD.
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Exodus 29:24 DBY
and thou shalt put all this in the hands of Aaron, and in the hands of his sons, and shalt wave them as a wave-offering before Jehovah.
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Exodus 29:24 MSG
"Place all of these in the open hands of Aaron and his sons who will wave them before God, a Wave-Offering.
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Exodus 29:24 WBT
And thou shalt put all in the hands of Aaron, and in the hands of his sons; and shalt wave them [for] a wave-offering before the LORD.
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Exodus 29:24 TMB
And thou shalt put all in the hands of Aaron and in the hands of his sons, and shalt wave them for a wave offering before the LORD.
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Exodus 29:24 TNIV
Put all these in the hands of Aaron and his sons and have them wave them before the LORD as a wave offering.
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Exodus 29:24 TYN
and put all apon the handes of Aaron and on the handes of his sonnes: and waue the in ad out a waueoffrynge vnto the Lorde.
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Exodus 29:24 WEB
You shall put all of this in Aaron's hands, and in his sons' hands, and shall wave them for a wave-offering before Yahweh.
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Exodus 29:24 WYC
And thou shalt put all these things upon the hands of Aaron (And thou shalt put all these things into the hands of Aaron), and (those) of his sons, and thou shalt hallow them, and raise them [up] (as a special gift) before the Lord.
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Exodus 29:24 YLT
`And thou hast set the whole on the hands of Aaron, and on the hands of his sons, and hast waved them -- a wave-offering before Jehovah;
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Exodus 29 Commentary - Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)

Chapter 29

The sacrifice and ceremony for the consecration of the priests. (1-37) The continual burnt-offerings, God's promise to dwell among Israel. (38-46)

Verses 1-37 Aaron and his sons were to be set apart for the priest's office, with ceremony and solemnity. Our Lord Jesus is the great High Priest of our profession, called of God to be so; anointed with the Spirit, whence he is called Messiah, the Christ; clothed with glory and beauty; sanctified by his own blood; made perfect, or consecrated through sufferings, ( Hebrews 2:10 ) . All believers are spiritual priests, to offer spiritual sacrifices, ( 1 Peter. 2:5 ) priests, ( revelation 1:5 revelation 1:6 ) . They also are clothed with the beauty of ( 1 John. 2:27 ) Spirit of God is called the finger of God, ( ( Luke 11:20 ) , compared with ( Matthew 12:28 ) ,) and by him the merit of Christ is applied to our souls. This consecration signifies the admission of a sinner into the spiritual priesthood, to offer spiritual sacrifices, acceptable to God through Jesus Christ.

Verses 38-46 A lamb was to be offered upon the altar every morning, and a lamb every evening. This typified the continual intercession which Christ ever lives to make for his church. Though he offered himself but once for all, that one offering thus becomes a continual offering. This also teaches us to offer to God the spiritual sacrifices of prayer and praise every day, morning and evening. Our daily devotions are the most needful of our daily works, and the most pleasant of our daily comforts. Prayer-time must be kept up as duly as meal-time. Those starve their own souls, who keep not up constant attendance on the throne of grace; constancy in religion brings in the comfort of it.

Exodus 29 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

CHAPTER 29

Exodus 29:1-35 . CONSECRATING THE PRIESTS AND THE ALTAR.

1. hallow them, to minister unto me in the priest's office--The act of inaugurating the priests was accompanied by ceremonial solemnities well calculated not only to lead the people to entertain exalted views of the office, but to impress those functionaries themselves with a profound sense of its magnitude and importance. In short, they were taught to know that the service was for them as well as for the people; and every time they engaged in a new performance of their duties, they were reminded of their personal interest in the worship, by being obliged to offer for themselves, before they were qualified to offer as the representatives of the people.
this is the thing that thou shalt do--Steps are taken at the beginning of a society, which would not be repeated when the social machine was in full motion; and Moses, at the opening of the tabernacle, was employed to discharge functions which in later periods would have been regarded as sacrilege and punished with instant death. But he acted under the special directions of God.

4-9. Aaron and his sons thou shalt bring unto the door of the tabernacle--as occupying the intermediate space between the court where the people stood, and the dwelling-place of Israel's king, and therefore the fittest spot for the priests being duly prepared for entrance, and the people witnessing the ceremony of inauguration.
wash them with water. And . . . take the garments--The manner in which these parts of the ceremonial were performed is minutely described, and in discovering their symbolical import, which indeed, is sufficiently plain and obvious, we have inspired authority to guide us. It signified the necessity and importance of moral purity or holiness ( Isaiah 52:11 , John 13:10 , 2 Corinthians 7:1 , 1 Peter 3:21 ). In like manner, the investiture with the holy garments signified their being clothed with righteousness ( Revelation 19:8 ) and equipped as men active and well-prepared for the service of God; the anointing the high priest with oil denoted that he was to be filled with the influences of the Spirit, for the edification and delight of the church ( Leviticus 10:7 , Psalms 45:7 , Isaiah 61:1 , 1 John 2:27 ), and as he was officially a type of Christ ( Hebrews 7:26 , John 3:34 ; also Matthew 3:16 , 11:29 ).

10-22. And thou shalt cause a bullock to be brought before the tabernacle--This part of the ceremonial consisted of three sacrifices: (1) The sacrifice of a bullock, as a sin offering; and in rendering it, the priest was directed to put his hand upon the head of his sacrifice, expressing by that act a consciousness of personal guilt, and a wish that it might be accepted as a vicarious satisfaction. (2) The sacrifice of a ram as a burnt offering ( Exodus 29:15-18 ). The ram was to be wholly burnt, in token of the priest's dedication of himself to God and His service. The sin offering was first to be presented, and then the burnt offering; for until guilt be removed, no acceptable service can be performed. (3) There was to be a peace offering, called "the ram of consecration" ( Exodus 29:19-22 ). And there was a marked peculiarity in the manner in which this other ram was to be disposed of. The former was for the glory of God--this was for the comfort of the priest himself; and as a sign of a mutual covenant being ratified, the blood of the sacrifice was divided--part sprinkled on the altar round about, and part upon the persons and garments of the priests. Nay, the blood was, by a singular act, directed to be put upon the extremities of the body, thereby signifying that the benefits of the atonement would be applied to the whole nature of man. Moreover, the flesh of this sacrifice was to be divided, as it were, between God and the priest--part of it to be put into his hand to be waved up and down, in token of its being offered to God, and then it was to be burnt upon the altar; the other part was to be eaten by the priests at the door of the tabernacle--that feast being a symbol of communion or fellowship with God. These ceremonies, performed in the order described, showed the qualifications necessary for the priests. (See Hebrews 7:26 Hebrews 7:27 , 10:14 ).

35. seven days shalt thou consecrate them--The renewal of these ceremonies on the return of every day in the seven, with the intervention of a Sabbath, was a wise preparatory arrangement, in order to afford a sufficient interval for calm and devout reflection ( Hebrews 9:1 , 10:1 ).

Exodus 29:36, 37 Exodus 37 . CONSECRATION OF THE ALTAR.

36. and thou shalt cleanse the altar--The phrase, "when thou hast made an atonement for it," should be, upon it; and the purport of the direction is, that during all the time they were engaged as above from day to day in offering the appointed sacrifices, the greatest care was to be taken to keep the altar properly cleansed--to remove the ashes, and sprinkle it with the prescribed unction that, at the conclusion of the whole ceremonial, the altar itself should be consecrated as much as the ministers who were to officiate at it ( Matthew 23:19 ). It was thenceforth associated with the services of religion.

Exodus 29:38-46 . INSTITUTION OF DAILY SERVICE.

38. two lambs of the first year day by day continually--The sacred preliminaries being completed, Moses was instructed in the end or design to which these preparations were subservient, namely, the worship of God; and hence the institution of the morning and evening sacrifice. The institution was so imperative, that in no circumstances was this daily oblation to be dispensed with; and the due observance of it would secure the oft-promised grace and blessing of their heavenly King.