In biblical times, the Hebrew priests who stood in the inner court of the temple had a unique function: They were the ones to whom worshippers brought sacrifices so that they could perform the traditional burnt offerings to God. But the High Priest, who could go into the Holy of Holies, was the only priest who had direct communication with God.
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