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Goat, The


1. Clean and fit for food. De 14:4,5.

2. Offered in sacrifice. Ge 15:9; Le 16:5,7.

3. The male, best for sacrifice. Le 22:19; Ps 50:9.

4. First-born of, not redeemed. Nu 18:17.

5. Jews had large flocks of. Ge 32:14; 1Sa 25:2.

6. Most profitable to the owner. Pr 27:26.

7. Milk of, used as food. Pr 27:27.

8. The young of

a. Called kids. Ge 37:31.

b. Kept in small flocks. 1Ki 20:27.

c. Fed near the shepherds’ tents. Song 1:8.

d. Not to be seethed in milk of mother. Ex 23:19.

e. Offered in sacrifice. Le 4:23; 5:6.

f. Offered at the passover. Ex 12:5; 2Ch 35:7.

g. Considered a delicacy. Ge 27:9; Jdj 6:19.

h. Given as a present. Ge 38:17; Jdj 15:1.

9. The hair of

a. Offered for tabernacle. Ex 25:4; 35:23.

b. Made into curtains, for covering the tabernacle. Ex 35:26; 36:14-18.

c. Made into pillows. 1Sa 19:13.

10. Skin of, often used as clothing. Heb 11:37.

11. Bashan celebrated for. De 32:14.

12. The Arabians traded in. Eze 27:21.

13. Flocks of, always led by a male. Jer 50:8.

14. When wild dwelt in the hills and rocks. 1Sa 24:2; Job 39:1; Ps 104:18.

15. Illustrative

a. Of Macedonian empire. Da 8:5,21.

b. Of the wicked. Zec 10:3; Mt 25:32,33.

c. (Flock of,) of the church. Song 4:1.