Commentary on
The Book of Jasher
Chapter 83:1-10.

LXXXIII:1  And in the twelfth month, in the twenty-third day of the month, Moses took Aaron
          and his sons, and he dressed them in their garments, and anointed them and did unto them
Yehuveh had commanded him, and Moses brought up all the offerings which Yehuveh
          had on that day commanded him.
LXXXIII:2  Moses afterward took Aaron and his sons and said to them, For seven days shall
          you remain at the door of the tabernacle, for thus am I commanded.
LXXXIII:3  And Aaron and his sons did all that Yehuveh had commanded them through Moses,
          and they remained for seven days at the door of the tabernacle.
LXXXIII:4  And on the eighth day, being the first day of the first month, in the second year from
          the Israelitesí departure from Egypt, Moses erected the sanctuary, and Moses put up all
          the furniture of the tabernacle and all the furniture of the sanctuary, and he did all that
          Yehuveh had commanded him.
LXXXIII:5  And Moses called to Aaron and his sons, and they brought the burnt offering and the
          sin offering for themselves and the children of Israel, as Yehuveh had commanded Moses.
LXXXIII:6  And on that day the two sons of Aaron, Nadab and Abihu, took strange fire and
          brought it before Yehuveh who had not commanded them, and a fire went forth from
          before Yehuveh, and consumed them, and they died before Yehuveh on that day.
LXXXIII:7  Then on the day when Moses had completed to erect the sanctuary, the princes
          of the children of Israel began to bring their offerings before Yehuveh for the dedication
          of the altar.
LXXXIII:8  And they brought up their offerings each prince for one day, a prince each day for
          twelve days.
LXXXIII:9  And all the offerings which they brought, each man in his day, one silver charger
          weighing one hundred and thirty shekels, one silver bowl of seventy shekels after the
          shekel of the sanctuary, both of them full of fine flour, mingled with oil for a meat offering.
LXXXIII:10  One spoon, weighing ten shekels of gold, full of incense.


Commentary on Jasher LXXXIII:1
(13 October 2009): 

Gael Bataman
Originally Written:       13 October 2009
Latest Update:             13 October 2009

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