51+ Bible Verses About Altar

An altar is an object on which offerings are made to the Lord, such as sacrifices. It was also used to honor an event of interaction between man and God. Following are some bible verses that provide meaning about an Altar and help get an insight into its significance.

Here are Bible Verses About Altar

1 Corinthians 9:13 – Those who provide their service through ministry and who work directly at the Altar are entitled to food and financial support from other believers with weaker faith in the Lord. However, one should give up such rights in order to pursue righteousness and godliness.

Hebrews 13:10 – Followers who seek salvation by following the old covenant through rituals and customs of the law are not entitled to the benefits that the new covenant provides, and they should instead trust in their faith in the Lord through belief in Christ and by engaging in good works.

Matthew 5:23-24 – Believers of the Lord should not just engage in the act of rituals such as bringing their offerings, and they should rather be at peace in their consciousness by resolving their disputes with family, and in this way, they can connect with God in a better manner.

Genesis 8:20 – Then Noah had built an Altar in Honour of the Lord and to worship Him, and for this purpose, he used each kind of animal and bird that had been regarded as clean to be sacrificed as a burnt offering to Him.

Genesis 12:7 – And Abram had built an altar and pledged it to the Lord, who had appeared before him and had informed that to his descendants He would provide the land.

Exodus 24:4 – Moses wrote down the instructions of God. Then he built an altar early in the morning at the base of the mountain consisting of twelve pillars that represented Israel’s twelve tribes.

Genesis 22:9 – Abraham had built an altar and arranged the wood on top of it after arriving at the place where the Lord had instructed them to go. Afterward, he tied his son and rested him above the wood on the Altar.

1 Kings 9:25 – Solomon presented the Lord with burnt offerings for peace three times in a year on the Altar that he had built for Him. And thus, the work of completing the temple was done by him.

Genesis 35:1 – Jacob was commanded by God to prepare to go to Bethel and reside there. He is also tasked with constructing an Altar in the name of the Lord who had appeared before him when he was escaping from Esau, who was his brother.

Exodus 20:24 – Disciples of the Lord should focus on their inward holiness rather than care about erecting lasting monuments to worship Him as it would lead to idolatry, and one should know that God can appear to bless them even if they construct temporary Altars in any place as he resides everywhere.

Exodus 21:14 – One who has malicious intentions in his heart and who has wilfully carried out evil deeds will not be spared from receiving the necessary punishment and will not find safety even on the Altar of the Lord.

Amos 3:14 – God promises that He would also destroy the altars that were of pagan origin in Bethel on the day He shall punish Israel for its sins, and then the horns of the Altar would fall into the ground after being cut off from it.

Acts 17:23 – One should be aware of their Lord who is the creator of the universe and must be provided with their utmost faith and devotion. He must realize the power of God by remembering the resurrection of Jesus and should stay away from idolatry, for God can be accessed anywhere.

Colossians 2:23 – Followers of the Lord are not to rely on rigid rules and rituals such as offerings at the Altar of God as these are not the correct path for spiritual growth. Instead, one can seek to attain salvation through believing in Christ and following His path of righteousness.

Hebrews 13:15 – Believers ought to keep faith in the Lord even in times of hardships and should look beyond their temporary sufferings of mortal life towards the eternal life with the Lord. They should also provide offerings in the form of praise to Him rather than sacrifices at His Altar.

Numbers 23:1 – And Balak was to construct seven altars at that place and get ready seven bulls and seven rams, as commanded by Balaam.

Leviticus 6:12-13 – God’s followers should always keep the divine flame flowing. They should keep providing offerings to the Lord in the form of praises just in the manner sacrifices are offered at the Altar and must keep doing good works with the gift of life that they have from Him and persevere to preserve and extend the kingdom of God.

Malachi 1:7 – Disciples of the Lord, who have more knowledge about Him than others, have a greater responsibility of following His word and doing good works to spread His glory. Such people should be aware not to disrespect Him by providing offerings that are not pure in the manner in which priests were not to offer impure animals at His Altar. 

Numbers 4:11 – And they were to place a blue cloth over the golden Altar and cover it up the cloth with goatskin leather of fine quality and then they were to fix the poles to the Altar.

Isaiah 56:7 – God offers people from all places and even those who had hesitations or objections to Him for experiencing His deliverance and to be provided a chance at redemption. These people will be joyous, and their offerings to the Lord will be accepted by Him at His Altar. 

Judges 2:2 – Followers of God should always detest any form of idolatry as it is deemed impure according to the word of God, and those who display a liking of such along with sacrificial rituals upon His altars show their ingratitude to the Lord and their wickedness.

2 Kings 23:20 – And Josiah desecrated the altars of the pagans by executing the high priests and burning human bones on top of the altars, and after doing so, he went back to Jerusalem.

2 Chronicles 23:17 – Then all the people arrived at the temple of Baal and destroyed it along with damaging all his altars and shattering his images. They also slaughtered the priest that worshipped Baal, Mattan, in front of the altars.

2 Chronicles 33:15 – And he also removed the strange gods and the idol from the temple of the Lord, and he also dismantled the altars built by him on the hill where the temple stood and also the ones present in Jerusalem and cast them outside the city.

Isaiah 17:8 – And they are not to seek the altars or worship their idols, which they have constructed with their own hands, in times of need. They are also forbidden from bowing down before the Asherim or the pagan shrines created by them.

Isaiah 65:3 – They defied and angered the Lord by openly committing sins by worshipping idols and performing rituals by providing sacrificial offerings to their false gods. 

Hosea 10:2 – The people are dishonest and fraudulent, and they will face judgment for being guilty of their actions. They will be punished by the Lord, who will destroy their altars and shatter their religious monuments. 

Romans 11:3 – Elijah cried out to the Lord, saying that he was all alone as they had destroyed all His altars and had slaughtered all of His prophets and were now after him with the intention of taking his life.

2 Chronicles 28:24 – And Ahaz collected the many articles from the temple of the Lord and shattered them into pieces, and then he sealed the doors of the temple shut, forbidding worship after which he started constructing pagan altars throughout the streets of Jerusalem.

2 Chronicles 30:14 – They got up and began to remove the shrines dedicated to the pagan gods from the city of Jerusalem along with the altars that were for burning incense and cast them into the valley of Kidron. 

Hosea 10:1 – Israel is prosperous as a spreading vine bearing many fruits, but as more and more fruits are increased, so has the number of altars to the pagan gods multiplied. With harvests of the land getting plentiful, the people have improved their monuments.

Numbers 3:31 – The four tribes were assigned with the task of guarding the ark, the altars, the various articles of the sanctuary used by the priests, the inner curtain, along with all the facilities in related to them. 

Genesis 12:8 – Abram subsequently traveled to the mountain which was located to the east of Bethel and set up his tent at the place where Bethel was on the west and Ai on the east and in that spot, he constructed an altar dedicated to the Lord after which he prayed to Him.

Joshua 22:10 – When they arrived at the place known as Geliloth, which was in the region of Canaan bordering the river Jordan, the men from the tribes of Reuben, Gad, and half of those from Manasseh constructed an altar, which was massive and staggering to look at. 

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