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It was known as tamid, or perpetual. The evening sacrifice was kept burning through the night until the flames could kindle the wood for the morning burnt offering. Fire kept burning on the altar continually.
The law that you could not kindle fire on Shabbat did not apply to the Sanctuary; wood was continually added to keep the fire burning.
Fine flour, oil, frankincense.
Leaven and honey.
Every male among the children of Aaron for all generations; in a holy place - the courtyard of the Tent of Meeting.
Ox, sheep, and goat.
Mishcan, Mizbaach and vessels, and Aaron and his sons.
All the congregation was assembled at the door of the tent of meeting.
Moshe dashed it against the altar all around.
Moshe put the blood on the tip of Aaron's right ear, thumb of his right hand, and the great toe of his right foot. The same was done to his sons. Then the blood was dashed about the altar.