Leviticus 51:2 offering (a-18) offering (a-25) Corban, 'present,' noun derived from the verb translated 'present.'5:1 sin, (b-5) Chata, 'to sin,' as in ch. 4.2,3, is departure from the right. First used Gen. 4.7. Asham, 'guilty,' vers. 2,3,4,5,17, is guilty as regards one we are responsible to -- here God of course. adjuration, (c-11) See Matt. 26.63; Num. 5.21; 1Kings 8.31; Prov. 29.24. he (d-13) The word has the force of 'because he is a witness,' practically. 5:2 guilty; (e-44) See Note b, ver. 1. 5:3 guilty. (e-31) See Note b, ver. 1. 5:4 guilty (e-42) See Note b, ver. 1. 5:5 guilty (e-9) See Note b, ver. 1. 5:6 trespass-offering (f-6) The Hebrew word for trespass is derived from a verb translated, 'be guilty,' ver. 2 and elsewhere. atonement (g-35) Here is seen the use of 'atonement,' Heb. kaphar, to cover. It is a thing done for men towards God. It is not 'sprinkling,' 'washing,' nor exactly 'propitiation,' though that be nearer; but there was guilt on the man, a moral offensiveness which had to be removed out of God's sight. So it was in the offering. It was really bringing his trespass to God in the offering, but in the way of a given atonement for it, by entering into it as his. In ver. 7 it is lit. 'he shall bring his trespass [offering] which he hath sinned.' For the burnt-offering, which was also to make atonement [kaphar], see ch. 1.4. 5:7 trespass (f-23) The Hebrew word for trespass is derived from a verb translated, 'be guilty,' ver. 2 and elsewhere. 5:11 offering (a-22) Corban see ch. 1.2. thereon; (b-47) See Num. 5.15. 5:16 in (c-13) Lit. 'from.' 5:17 guilty, (d-29) As 'guilty,' ver. 2. See Note b, ver. 1. 5:18 trespass-offering, (e-19) Or 'according to thy valuation of the trespass.' 5:19 trespassed (d-8) As 'guilty,' ver. 2. See Note b, ver. 1.
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