Exodus 29:33

33They must eat those things by which
atone/ atonement: A theological term for God's provision to deal with human sin. In the OT, it primarily means purification. In some contexts forgiveness, pardon, expiation, propitiation, or reconciliation is included. The basis of atonement is substitutionary sacrifice offered in faith. The OT sacrifices were types and shadows of the great and final sacrifice of Jesus on the cross.
atonement was made at the time of their ordination
Lit made to fill their hand
and consecration. An unauthorized person must not eat c them, for these things are holy.
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