Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation; and uphold me with thy free spirit. – Psalm 51: 12 (KJV) This request of David comes at the tail end of a major mistake in his
He answered and said, Lo, I see four men loose, walking in the midst of the fire, and they have no hurt; and the form of the fourth is like the Son of God. –
But when Jesus saw her, He called her to Him and said to her, “Woman, you are loosed from your infirmity.” – Luke 13: 12 In the crowd of those at the synagogue who were
“The vessel in which incense was presented on “the golden altar” before the Lord in the temple (Ex. 30:1-9). The priest filled the censer with live coal from the sacred fire on the altar of “burnt-offering, and having carried it into the sanctuary, there” “threw upon the burning coals the sweet incense (Lev. 16:12, 13),” “which sent up a cloud of smoke, filling the apartment with” “fragrance. The censers in daily use were of brass (Num. 16:39),” “and were designated by a different Hebrew name, miktereth (2” Chr. 26:19; Ezek. 8:11): while those used on the day of “Atonement were of gold, and were denoted by a word (mahtah)” “meaning “something to take fire with;” LXX. pureion = a” fire-pan. Solomon prepared for the temple censers of pure gold (1 Kings 7:50; 2 Chr. 4:22). The angel in the Apocalypse is “represented with a golden censer (Rev. 8:3, 5). Paul speaks of” the golden censer as belonging to the tabernacle (Heb. 9:4). The “Greek word thumiaterion, here rendered “censer,” may more” “appropriately denote, as in the margin of Revised Version, “the” “altar of incense.” Paul does not here say that the thumiaterion” “was in the holiest, for it was in the holy place, but that the” “holiest had it, i.e., that it belonged to the holiest (1 Kings” 6:22). It was intimately connected with the high priest’s service in the holiest. “The manner in which the censer is to be used is described in Num. 4:14; Lev. 16:12.
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