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Parallel EXO 25:6

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BI Exo 25:6 ©

OET-RVNo OET-RV EXO 25:6 verse available

OET-LVOil for_the_light spices for_oil the_anointing and_for_incense the_fragrant.

UHBשֶׁ֖מֶן לַ⁠מָּאֹ֑ר בְּשָׂמִים֙ לְ⁠שֶׁ֣מֶן הַ⁠מִּשְׁחָ֔ה וְ⁠לִ⁠קְטֹ֖רֶת הַ⁠סַּמִּֽים׃ 
   (shemen la⁠mmāʼor bəsāmīm lə⁠shemen ha⁠mmishəḩāh və⁠li⁠qəţoret ha⁠şşammiym.)

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Note: Automatic aligning of the OET-RV to the LV is done by some temporary software, hence the OET-RV alignments are incomplete (and may occasionally be wrong).

ULT oil for the light; spices for the oil of anointing and for the incense of fragrance;

USTolive oil to burn in the lamps, spices to mix with the olive oil for anointing the priests, and spices to mix into the sweet-smelling incense,


BSB

  • olive oil for the light;
  • spices for the anointing oil and for the fragrant incense;
  • BLBNo BLB EXO book available

    AICNTNo AICNT EXO book available

    OEBNo OEB EXO book available

    WEB oil for the light, spices for the anointing oil and for the sweet incense,

    NET oil for the light, spices for the anointing oil and for fragrant incense,

    LSV oil for the light, spices for the anointing oil, and for the incense of the spices,

    FBV olive oil for the lamps; spices for the olive oil used in anointing and for the fragrant incense;

    T4T olive oil to burn in the lamps, spices to put in the olive oil for anointing the priests and in the sweet-smelling incense,

    LEB oil for the lamp, balsam oils for the anointing oil and for the fragrant incense,

    BBE Oil for the light, spices for the sweet-smelling oil, sweet perfumes for burning;

    JPS oil for the light, spices for the anointing oil, and for the sweet incense;

    ASV oil for the light, spices for the anointing oil, and for the sweet incense,

    DRA Oil to make lights: spices for ointment, and for sweetsmelling incense:

    YLT oil for the light, spices for the anointing oil, and for the perfume of the spices,

    DBY oil for the light; spices for the anointing oil, and for the incense of fragrant drugs;

    RV oil for the light, spices for the anointing oil, and for the sweet incense;

    WBS oil for the light, spices for the anointing oil, and for the sweet incense;

    KJB Oil for the light, spices for anointing oil, and for sweet incense,

    BB Oyle for lyght, spyces for annoyntyng oyle and for sweete sence:
      (Oyle for light, spyces for anointyng oil and for sweete sence:)

    GNV Oyle for the light, spices for anoynting oyle, and for the perfume of sweete sauour,
      (Oyle for the light, spices for anointing oil, and for the perfume of sweete sauour,)

    CB oyle for lampes, spyces for the anoyntynge oyle, and for swete incense.
      (oyle for lampes, spyces for the anointynge oil, and for sweet incense.)

    WYC and trees of Sechym, and oile to liytis to be ordeyned, swete smellynge spiceries in to oynement, and encensis of good odour,
      (and trees of Sechym, and oile to lightis to be ordained, sweet smellynge spiceries in to ointment, and encensis of good odour,)

    LUT Öl zur Lampe, Spezerei zur Salbe und gutem Räuchwerk,
      (Öl zur Lampe, Spezerei zur Salbe and gutem Räuchwerk,)

    CLV oleum ad luminaria concinnanda: aromata in unguentum, et thymiamata boni odoris:
      (oleum to luminaria concinnanda: aromata in unguentum, and thymiamata boni odoris:)

    BRNNo BRN EXO 25:6 verse available

    BrLXXNo BrLXX EXO 25:6 verse available


    TSNTyndale Study Notes:

    25:1–40:38 Unlike our churches, the Tabernacle functioned primarily as a residence or palace of God, the divine king, rather than as a place for people to congregate. In this respect, churches are more like the later Jewish synagogues (see also study note on 40:2). This last section of Exodus completes the revelation of God necessary for the people of Israel to come out of the theological darkness that had held them in bondage. This final section includes instructions for building the Tabernacle (chs 25–31), the story of the gold calf (a wrong attempt to secure God’s presence, chs 32–34), and the report of building the Tabernacle (the proper way to secure God’s presence, chs 35–40). God’s ultimate goal in delivering the people from bondage was to share his presence with them. Because of his holiness, that presence could only be experienced in his way, not through the pagan way of human manipulation. The construction of the Tabernacle is reported here, even though some of the instructions in Leviticus were actually given before this event (see 40:1-2; Lev 25:1; 27:34; Num 7:1). This event expresses the goal of the entire Exodus sequence, which is God taking up residence among his people.

    25:1–27:19 These instructions first indicate the materials the Israelites could contribute for the construction of the Tabernacle (25:3-7). The instructions then move from the center outward, beginning with the Ark of the Covenant (25:10-22) and concluding with the courtyard (27:9-19). Two items, the altar of incense in the sanctuary and the washbasin in the courtyard, are included later (30:1-10, 17-21), in the section relating to the priesthood, perhaps because their use was especially related to functions of the priests.


    UTNuW Translation Notes:

    Note 1 topic: translate-unknown

    בְּשָׂמִים֙

    spices

    Here, spices are things made from parts of plants that people dry and then grind into a powder to put in oil or food, giving it a particular smell or flavor.

    BI Exo 25:6 ©