They will eat those offerings through which they made peace with the LORD at their ordination and installation. No one else may eat them because the offerings are holy.
If any meat or bread from the ordination is left over until morning, burn it up. It must not be eaten because it is holy.
"Do this with Aaron and his sons exactly as I have commanded you. Take seven days to ordain them.
Each day sacrifice a young bull as an offering to make peace with the LORD. Sacrifice this offering for sin on the altar in order to pay for its sins. Then anoint it [with olive oil] in order to dedicate it.
For seven days at the altar make peace with the LORD and set the altar apart for its holy purpose. Then the altar will be most holy. Anything that touches the altar will become holy.
"This is what you are to offer on the altar regularly every day: two one-year-old lambs.
Offer one in the morning and the other at dusk.
With the first lamb make an offering of eight cups of flour mixed with one quart of virgin olive oil. Make a wine offering of one quart of wine.
Offer the other lamb at dusk, and with it make the same grain offering and wine offering as in the morning. This is a soothing aroma, an offering by fire to the LORD.
"For generations to come this will be the daily burnt offering [made] in the LORD's presence at the entrance to the tent of meeting. There I will meet with you to speak to you.
I will also meet with the Israelites there, and my glory will make this place holy.