assembly, the second son of Levi, and father of Amram (Gen. 46:11). He came down to Egypt with Jacob, and lived to the age of one hundred and thirty-three years (Ex. 6:18).
When all this is done the sons of kohath may advance to bear the holy things, never touching them lest they die.
It is not only women who are jealous, kohath, or so it seems.
These things are the burden of the sons of kohath in the Tent of Meeting.
These things are the burden of the sons of kohath in the tabernacle of the congregation.
What, then, we ask, would have been the effect produced upon the character of kohath by this his service?
We can now have no difficulty in understanding why it was that kohath had no share in the ministrations of the princes.
The other portions of the family of kohath were distributed in ten cities over the central part of Western Palestine.
"It would seem that yours is no gentle god," said the Prince to kohath, when at length we were outside the temple.