Chinese Contemporary Bible (Simplified)

出埃及 29

立祭司的条例

1“你要使亚伦父子们分别出来,做圣洁的祭司事奉我。你要选一头公牛犊和两只毫无残疾的公绵羊, 用细面粉预备无酵饼、调上油的无酵饼和涂上油的无酵薄饼。 所有的饼都要用一个篮子盛,连同公牛和绵羊一起带到会幕那里。 你要先让亚伦父子们在会幕门前沐浴, 然后给亚伦穿上内袍、以弗得和以弗得的外袍,戴上胸牌,束上精致的以弗得带子, 戴上礼冠,把圣冠[a]系在礼冠上。 之后,把膏油倒在他的头上,立他为祭司。 接着轮到亚伦的儿子们,要给他们穿上内袍, 为他们束上腰带,戴上帽子,他们就按永远的条例得到祭司的职分。你要这样把圣职授予他们。

10 “要把公牛牵到会幕前面,亚伦父子们要把手按在公牛头上, 11 在会幕门前,在耶和华面前宰牛。 12 然后,把血带到祭坛那里,用手指把血涂在坛的四个角上,剩下的血倒在坛脚。 13 再把遮盖内脏的脂肪、肝、两个肾脏和附在上面的脂肪都放在祭坛上烧掉。 14 但牛皮、肉和粪要拿到营外焚烧。这是赎罪祭。

15 “要把一只公绵羊牵来,亚伦父子们要把手按在羊头上, 16 然后宰羊,把血洒在祭坛的四周。 17 再把羊切成块状,用水洗净所有的内脏和腿,跟肉块和头放在一起。 18 然后,把整只羊放在祭坛上焚烧,这是献给耶和华的燔祭,是蒙耶和华悦纳的馨香火祭。

19 “你要把另一只公绵羊牵来,亚伦父子们要把手按在羊头上, 20 然后宰羊,取一点血涂在亚伦和他儿子们的右耳垂、右手的大拇指和右脚的大脚趾上,余下的血就洒在祭坛的四周。 21 再从祭坛上取一点血,与膏油一起洒在亚伦父子及其衣服上。这样,他们和他们的衣服就被分别出来,变得圣洁。

22 “你要取出羊的脂肪、肥尾巴、遮盖内脏的脂肪、肝叶、两个肾脏和附在上面的脂肪以及右腿,因为这是授圣职时所献的羊。 23 再从耶和华面前的篮子里取一个无酵饼、一个调油的无酵饼和一个薄饼。 24 把这些祭物都放在亚伦和他儿子的手中,作为摇祭在耶和华面前摇一摇。 25 然后,你要把这些祭物接过来,放在祭坛上焚烧献给耶和华,成为蒙耶和华悦纳的馨香火祭。 26 你要拿起亚伦承受圣职时所献的那头公羊的胸肉,作为摇祭在耶和华面前摇一摇。之后,这份祭肉就归你。

27 “要将属于亚伦父子们、授圣职时所献的摇祭胸肉和举祭腿肉分别出来,使之圣洁。 28 这些祭物要从以色列人所献的平安祭中取出来,归给亚伦父子们,作为永远的定例。这是以色列人当向耶和华献的祭物。

29 “亚伦的圣衣要留给他的子孙,他们可以穿上这圣衣受膏,承受圣职。 30 接替亚伦做祭司的那位后裔,每次进会幕的圣所供职时,都要一连七天穿着圣衣。

31 “要在圣洁的地方煮授圣职时所用的公绵羊肉。 32 亚伦父子们可以在会幕的门前吃这些祭肉和篮内的饼。 33 他们要吃这些在授圣职时用来赎罪、使他们圣洁的祭物。但普通人不能吃,因为这些是圣物。 34 若有授圣职时的肉或饼留到早上,就要烧掉,不可再吃,因为这些都是圣物。

35 “你要照我的吩咐,为亚伦父子们举行授圣职礼,历时七天。 36 每天要献一头公牛作赎罪祭洁净祭坛,然后用膏油抹祭坛,使祭坛圣洁。 37 你们连续七天都要这样做,这样祭坛便完全圣洁,凡是碰到祭坛的都变得圣洁。

38 “你们每天要献上两只一岁的羊羔作燔祭。 39 一只在早晨献上,另一只在黄昏献上。 40 要用一公斤细面粉调一升橄榄油做成素祭,与早晨献的羊羔一同献上,再献上一升酒作奠祭。 41 另一只羊要在黄昏的时候献上,所献的素祭和奠祭要跟早晨的一样,作为蒙耶和华悦纳的馨香火祭。

42 “你们世世代代要不断地在我面前献上燔祭,祭礼要在会幕门前举行,这会幕就是我跟你们会面和交谈的地方。 43 我要在那里和以色列人相会,我的荣耀将使整座会幕圣洁。

44 “我要使会幕和祭坛圣洁,也要使亚伦父子们圣洁,做祭司事奉我。 45 我要住在以色列人中间,做他们的上帝。 46 他们必知道我是他们的上帝耶和华。我带领他们离开埃及,就是为了要住在他们中间。我是他们的上帝耶和华。

Notas al pie

  1. 29:6 圣冠”应指28章提到的金牌。

The Message

Exodus 29

Consecration of Priests

11-4 “This is the ceremony for consecrating them as priests. Take a young bull and two rams, healthy and without defects. Using fine wheat flour but no yeast make bread and cakes mixed with oil and wafers spread with oil. Place them in a basket and carry them along with the bull and the two rams. Bring Aaron and his sons to the entrance of the Tent of Meeting and wash them with water.

5-9 “Then take the vestments and dress Aaron in the tunic, the robe of the Ephod, the Ephod, and the Breastpiece, belting the Ephod on him with the embroidered waistband. Set the turban on his head and place the sacred crown on the turban. Then take the anointing oil and pour it on his head, anointing him. Then bring his sons, put tunics on them and gird them with sashes, both Aaron and his sons, and set hats on them. Their priesthood is upheld by law and is permanent.

9-14 “This is how you will ordain Aaron and his sons: Bring the bull to the Tent of Meeting. Aaron and his sons will place their hands on the head of the bull. Then you will slaughter the bull in the presence of God at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting. Take some of the bull’s blood and smear it on the horns of the Altar with your finger; pour the rest of the blood on the base of the Altar. Next take all the fat that covers the innards, fat from around the liver and the two kidneys, and burn it on the Altar. But the flesh of the bull, including its hide and dung, you will burn up outside the camp. It is an Absolution-Offering.

15-18 “Then take one of the rams. Have Aaron and his sons place their hands on the head of the ram. Slaughter the ram and take its blood and throw it against the Altar, all around. Cut the ram into pieces; wash its innards and legs, then gather the pieces and its head and burn the whole ram on the Altar. It is a Whole-Burnt-Offering to God, a pleasant fragrance, an offering by fire to God.

19-21 “Then take the second ram. Have Aaron and his sons place their hands on the ram’s head. Slaughter the ram. Take some of its blood and rub it on Aaron’s right earlobe and on the right earlobes of his sons, on the thumbs of their right hands and on the big toes of their right feet. Sprinkle the rest of the blood against all sides of the Altar. Then take some of the blood that is on the Altar, mix it with some of the anointing oil, and splash it on Aaron and his clothes and on his sons and their clothes so that Aaron and his clothes and his sons and his sons’ clothes will be made holy.

22-23 “Take the fat from the ram, the fat tail, the fat that covers the innards, the long lobe of the liver, the two kidneys and the fat on them, and the right thigh: this is the ordination ram. Also take one loaf of bread, an oil cake, and a wafer from the breadbasket that is in the presence of God.

24-25 “Place all of these in the open hands of Aaron and his sons who will wave them before God, a Wave-Offering. Then take them from their hands and burn them on the Altar with the Whole-Burnt-Offering—a pleasing fragrance before God, a gift to God.

26 “Now take the breast from Aaron’s ordination ram and wave it before God, a Wave-Offering. That will be your portion.

27-28 “Consecrate the Wave-Offering breast and the thigh that was held up. These are the parts of the ordination ram that are for Aaron and his sons. Aaron and his sons are always to get this offering from the Israelites; the Israelites are to make this offering regularly from their Peace-Offerings.

29-30 “Aaron’s sacred garments are to be handed down to his descendants so they can be anointed and ordained in them. The son who succeeds him as priest is to wear them for seven days and enter the Tent of Meeting to minister in the Holy Place.

31-34 “Take the ordination ram and boil the meat in the Holy Place. At the entrance to the Tent of Meeting, Aaron and his sons will eat the boiled ram and the bread that is in the basket. Atoned by these offerings, ordained and consecrated by them, they are the only ones who are to eat them. No outsiders are to eat them; they’re holy. Anything from the ordination ram or from the bread that is left over until morning you are to burn up. Don’t eat it; it’s holy.

35-37 “Do everything for the ordination of Aaron and his sons exactly as I’ve commanded you throughout the seven days. Offer a bull as an Absolution-Offering for atonement each day. Offer it on the Altar when you make atonement for it: Anoint and consecrate it. Make atonement for the Altar and consecrate it for seven days; the Altar will become soaked in holiness—anyone who so much as touches the Altar will become holy.

38-41 “This is what you are to offer on the Altar: two year-old lambs each and every day, one lamb in the morning and the second lamb at evening. With the sacrifice of the first lamb offer two quarts of fine flour with a quart of virgin olive oil, plus a quart of wine for a Drink-Offering. The sacrifice of the second lamb, the one at evening, is also to be accompanied by the same Grain-Offering and Drink-Offering of the morning sacrifice to give a pleasing fragrance, a gift to God.

42-46 “This is to be your regular, daily Whole-Burnt-Offering before God, generation after generation, sacrificed at the entrance of the Tent of Meeting. That’s where I’ll meet you; that’s where I’ll speak with you; that’s where I’ll meet the Israelites, at the place made holy by my Glory. I’ll make the Tent of Meeting and the Altar holy. I’ll make Aaron and his sons holy in order to serve me as priests. I’ll move in and live with the Israelites. I’ll be their God. They’ll realize that I am their God who brought them out of the land of Egypt so that I could live with them. I am God, your God.”