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Is 1 Kings 18 talking about the daily evening sacrifice?

Actually, the word "evening" does not appear in the Hebrew text. Here is my literal translation of 1 Kings 18:29 - And when midday passed, they continued until the offering of the ...
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Is 1 Kings 18 talking about the daily evening sacrifice?

Exodus 29 Now, this is what you shall regularly offer on the altar: two yearling lambs as the sacrifice established for each day; 39 one lamb in the morning and the other lamb at the evening twilight....
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Slavery and freedom

According to traditional Jewish sources (Rashi, Ramban), this verse refers to a non-Jewish slave woman who was mated to a Jewish slave man during his up-to-6 years of slavery. This slave woman, ...
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Keep his commandments?

Love, love, love “So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is LOVE” (1 Cor 13:13). In fact, wise men say that the crux of the entire Bible is “Love”. But what is ...
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Keep his commandments?

You've asked 9 different questions here; the expected limit is 1. To answer the Title question, yes, John is saying that Christians should keep God's commandments (as given in the Torah, and with the ...
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Keep his commandments?

Jesus gave his disciples a number of new commandments, which you can search for online and in the biblegateway website. For example A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as ...
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Jeremiah 18:1-10 Why does God blame Israel for behaving the way it does, when he has created him like that?

It is a very popular way of thinking these days, that behavioural problems people experience can be blamed on having been 'made that way'. A genetic flaw is supposed to be the reason, and so the ...
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Jeremiah 18:1-10 Why does God blame Israel for behaving the way it does, when he has created him like that?

Jeremiah 18:1-10 Why does God blame Israel for behaving the way it does, when he has created him like that? The answer lies in the fact that God allowed Israel to have free will. This was not an ...
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Jeremiah 18:1-10 Why does God blame Israel for behaving the way it does, when he has created him like that?

It's a question about justice. Another way of saying it is "How is it just that God held Israel accountable for the flaws God created in them?" Looking at the analogy: 4 But the pot he was ...
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Leviticus 5 "..it is hidden from him, and then he comes to know it.." exegesis

If a person touches an unclean thing and either doesn't know what they have touched or doesn't know that that type of thing is unclean, it is hidden from them. If they later know both what they ...
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Are the last three books laws of the Pentateuch related?

Deuteronomy could be considered as Moses's annotated version of the previously stated laws. Deuteronomy (n.) 5th book of the Pentateuch, late 14c., Deutronomye (Wycliffe), from Late Latin ...
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Are the last three books laws of the Pentateuch related?

Short Answer: The books of Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy, part of the Torah (or Pentateuch), contain a multitude of laws and commandments. Here's the thing that mainly connects them: All the ...
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Are the last three books laws of the Pentateuch related?

Deuteronomy is Moses' farewell speech. As such, it is not intended to present any new laws, but rather to emphasize and clarify those laws which needed emphasis and/or clarification. Deuteronomy 24:5 ...
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Was Moses a priest as suggested in Psalms 99:6?

According to Jacob Wright, in Why the Bible was Written, the Moses story contains an older layer that has him dying at Mount Nebo. The Meshe Stele tells us that a temple to Yahweh was there. Wright ...
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How to understand Numbers 18:12 in light of Leviticus 10:8?

The priests were forbidden from drinking wine when entering, and also from consuming wine inside the tabernacle boundaries. But they were allowed to take wine that had been offered and consume it ...
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