King James Dictionary
OF'FERING, ppr. Presenting proposing sacrificing bidding presenting to the eye or mind.
OF'FERING, n. That which is presented in divine service an animal or a portion of bread or corn, or of gold and silver, or other valuable articles, presented to God as an atonement for sin, or as a return of thanks for his favors, or for other religious purpose a sacrifice an oblation. In the Mosaic economy, there were burnt-offerings, sin-offerings, peace-offerings, trespass-offerings, thank-offerings, wave-offerings, and wood-offerings. Pagan nations also present offerings to their deities. Christ by the offering of himself has superseded the use of all other offerings, having made atonement for all men.
When thou shalt make his soul an offering for sin, he shall see his seed - Isaiah 53 .
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