Exodus 29:8

“And thou shalt bring his sons, and put coats upon them.”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations for Exodus 29:8

And thou shalt bring his sonnes, and put coats vpon them.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

"You shall bring his sons and put tunics on them.
- New American Standard Version (1995)

And thou shalt bring his sons, and put coats upon them.
- American Standard Version (1901)

And take his sons and put their robes on them;
- Basic English Bible

And thou shalt bring his sons near, and clothe them with the vests.
- Darby Bible

And thou shalt bring his sons, and put coats upon them.
- Webster's Bible

You shall bring his sons, and put coats on them.
- World English Bible

`And his sons thou dost bring near, and hast clothed them [with] coats,
- Youngs Literal Bible

And thou shalt bring his sons, and put tunics upon them.
- Jewish Publication Society Bible

Bible Commentary for Exodus 29:8

Wesley's Notes for Exodus 29:8

29:7 The high priest was to be anointed with the holy anointing oil - That the church might be filled with the sweet favour of his administrations, and in token of the pouring out of the Spirit upon him, to qualify him for his work.

29:10 There must be a sin - offering, to make atonement for them. The law made them priests that had infirmity; and therefore they must first offer for their own sin, before they could make atonement for the people, #Heb 7:27|,28. They were to put their hand on the head of their sacrifice; confessing that they deserved to die for their own sin, and desiring that the killing of the beast might be accepted as a vicarious satisfaction. It was used as other sin - offerings were; only, whereas the flesh of other sin - offerings was eaten by the priests, in token of the priests taking away the sin of the people, this was appointed to be all burnt without the camp, to signify the imperfection of the legal dispensation, for the sins of the priests themselves could not be taken away by those sacrifices, but they must expect a better high priest, and a better sacrifice.

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