Free-will offering

Free-will offering
   A spontaneous gift (Ex. 35:29), a voluntary sacrifice (Lev. 22:23; Ezra 3:5), as opposed to one in consequence of a vow, or in expiation of some offence.

Easton's Bible Dictionary. . 1897.

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