He appointed also the king's portion of his
Out of his own treasury, of his royal bounty, over and above what was usual for kings to give for their own sacrifices, the treasury of the temple being exhausted, and the people being brought into low circumstances in the last reign:
for the burnt offerings, [to wit], for the morning and
the daily sacrifice offered morning and evening, which had been neglected, but now revived:
and the burnt offerings for the sabbaths, and for the new
for the set feasts;
when beside the daily sacrifice there were additional ones: as it is written in the law of the Lord; in ( Numbers 28:9-29:40 ) .