Grain–Offering 2 1“When you present a Grain–Offering to God, use fine flour. Pour oil on it, put incense on it, 2and bring it to Aaron’s sons, the priests. One of them will take a handful of the fine flour and oil, with all the incense, and burn it on the Altar for a memorial: a Fire–Gift, a pleasing fragrance to God. 3The rest of the Grain–Offering is for Aaron and his sons—a most holy part of the Fire–Gifts to God. 4“When you present a Grain–Offering of oven–baked loaves, use fine flour, mixed with oil but no yeast. Or present wafers made without yeast and spread with oil. 5“If you bring a Grain–Offering cooked on a griddle, use fine flour mixed with oil but without yeast. 6Crumble it and pour oil on it—it’s a Grain–Offering. 7“If you bring a Grain–Offering deep–fried in a pan, make it of fine flour with oil. 8“Bring the Grain–Offering you make from these ingredients and present it to the priest. He will bring it to the Altar, 9break off a memorial piece from the Grain–Offering, and burn it on the Altar: a Fire–Gift, a pleasing fragrance to God. 10The rest of the Grain–Offering is for Aaron and his sons—a most holy part of the gifts to God. 11“All the Grain–Offerings that you present to God must be made without yeast; you must never burn any yeast or honey as a Fire–Gift to God. 12You may offer them to God as an offering of firstfruits but not on the Altar as a pleasing fragrance. 13Season every presentation of your Grain–Offering with salt. Don’t leave the salt of the covenant with your God out of your Grain–Offerings. Present all your offerings with salt. 14“If you present a Grain–Offering of firstfruits to God, bring crushed heads of the new grain roasted. 15Put oil and incense on it—it’s a Grain–Offering. 16The priest will burn some of the mixed grain and oil with all the incense as a memorial—a Fire–Gift to God.
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