Bible Verses About Peace Offerings

Peace Offerings.
    A male or female of herd or flock  Le 3:1,6,12
    The offerer required
      To give it freely.  Le 19:5
      To bring it himself.  Le 7:29,30
      To lay his hand upon its head.  Le 3:2,8,13
      To kill it at tabernacle door.  Le 3:2; 8:13
    Required to be perfect and free from blemish  Le 3:1,6; 22:21
    The priest
      Prepared.  Eze 46:2
      Sprinkled the blood on the altar.  Le 3:2,8,13
      Offered the inside fat, &c by fire.  Le 3:3,4,9,10
      Laid it upon the daily burnt offering to be consumed with it.  Le 3:5; 6:12,13
      Waved the breast as a wave-offering.  Ex 29:26,28; Le 7:29,30
      Heaved the right shoulder as an heave-offering.  Ex 29:22-27
      Had the shoulder and breast as his portion.  Ex 29:28; Le 7:31-34
      An offering most acceptable.  Le 3:5,16
      Generally accompanied by a burnt-offering.  Jdj 21:4; 1Sa 10:8; 1Ki 3:15
      Often accompanied by a sin-offering.  Le 23:19
    Was offered
      As a thanksgiving-offering.  Le 7:12,13
      As a votive offering.  Le 7:16
      For reconciliation.  Eze 45:15; Eph 2:13,14
      For confirming the legal covenant.  Ex 24:5
      At consecration of priests.  Ex 29:22,29
      For the people at large.  Le 9:4
      At expiration of Nazarite's vow.  Nu 6:14
      At all the festivals.  Nu 10:10
      At dedication of tabernacle.  Nu 7:17,23
      At dedication of temple.  1Ki 8:62-64
      At coronation of kings.  1Sa 11:15
      By Joshua after his victories.  Jos 8:31
      By Israel after their defeat.  Jdj 20:26
      By David on bringing up the ark.  2Sa 6:17
      By David after the plague.  2Sa 24:25
      By Solomon three times a year.  1Ki 9:25
      By Manasseh on repairing and restoring the altar.  2Ch 33:15,16
    If a thanksgiving offering to be eaten the day offered  Le 7:15
    If a votive offering to be eaten the same day or the next  Le 7:16,17; 19:6-8
    To be eaten before the Lord  De 12:17,18
    No unclean person to eat of  Le 7:20,21