The Bible Slam: Numbers Chapter 28

This chapter describes a bunch of animal sacrifices and "burnt offerings" that smell good to the Lord.  Offerings for the first of the month, the sabbath, Passover, the Days of Unleavened Bread, and the day of Atonement are prescribed.

The recipes for God's Holy Kitchen call for different animals, various mixtures of liquids, different mixtures of flour and oil, and on and on.  There's even a perpetual burnt offering.  No animals having blemishes can be offered, no matter how sweet their burning flesh smells.

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Discussion Points.

The King James Version of this chapter shows six verses talking about the "sweet savour to the Lord."

Remember, all this time, the Israelites are only eating manna — yet they're constantly killing animals without blemishes for their rituals.

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