Leviticus 71 The law of the trespass offering;11 and of the peace offering;12 whether it be for a thanksgiving;16 or a vow, or a free will offering.22 The fat and the blood are forbidden.28 The priests' portion in the peace offerings.35 The whole summed up. the law.5:1-6:7; 14:12,13; 19:21,22; Nu 6:12; Eze 40:39; 44:29; 46:20it is.6:17,25; 21:22 in the place.1:3,5,11; 4:24,29,33; 6:25; Nu 6:12; Eze 40:39and the.1:5; 3:2,8; 5:9; Isa 52:15; Eze 36:25; Heb 9:19-22; 11:28; 12:241Pe 1:2 3:3-5,9-11,15,16; 4:8-10; Ex 29:13; Ps 51:6,17 4 1:9,13; 2:2,9,16; 3:16; Ga 2:20; 5:24; 1Pe 4:1,2 male.6:16-18,29; Nu 18:9,10it is most holy.2:3 the trespass.6:25,26; 14:13 even the priest.All the flesh of the burnt offerings being consumed upon the altar, as well as the fat, there could nothing fall to the share of the priest but the skin; which must have been very valuable, as they were used as mattresses (ch. 15:17,) or as carpets to sit upon in the day. They are still used for the same purpose by some of the inhabitants and dervishes of the East. Bishop Patrick remarks, that Adam himself offered the first sacrifice, and had the skin given him by God, to make garments for him and his wife; in conformity with which, the priests ever after had the skin of the whole burnt offerings for their portion. skin.1:6; 4:11; Ge 3:21; Ex 29:14; Nu 19:5; Ro 13:14 the meat.2:4-7; Nu 18:9; Eze 44:29in the pan. or, on the flat plate, or slice.2:5; *marg:shall be.2:3,10; 5:13; 6:16-18; 1Co 9:7,13; Ga 6:6 one as much.Ex 16:18; 2Co 8:14 3:1-17; 22:18-21; Eze 45:15 a thanksgiving.22:29; 2Ch 29:31; 33:16; Ne 12:43; Ps 50:13,14,23; 103:1,2Ps 107:8,21,22; 116:17; Jer 33:11; Ho 14:2; Lu 17:16,18; Ro 1:212Co 9:11-15; Eph 5:20; Heb 13:15; 1Pe 2:5unleavened wafers.2:4; 6:16; Nu 6:15 leavened.23:17; Am 4:5; Mt 13:33; 1Ti 4:4 an heave.Ex 29:27,28; Nu 15:19-21; 18:24-28; 31:29,41the priest's.6:26; Nu 18:8-11,19,26-32 15 be a vow.22:18-21; 23:38; Nu 15:3; De 12:6,11,17,26; Ps 66:13; 116:14,18Na 1:15a voluntary.22:23,29; De 12:6; Eze 46:12also the.19:5-8 on the third.19:7; Ge 22:4; Ex 19:11; Ho 6:2; 1Co 15:4burnt.6:22,23; 10:16; Ex 12:10; 29:14 it shall.10:19; 19:7,8; 22:23,25; Jer 14:10,12; Ho 8:13; Am 5:22Mal 1:10,13be imputed.Nu 18:27; Ro 4:11an abomination.11:10,11,41; Isa 1:11-14; 65:4; 66:3; Lu 16:15bear.5:17; 10:17; 17:16; 19:7,8; 20:17,19; 22:16; Isa 53:11,12; Eze 18:20Heb 9:28; 1Pe 2:24 11:24-39; Nu 19:11-16; Lu 11:41; Ac 10:15,16,28; Ro 14:14,202Co 6:17; Tit 1:15 having.15:2,3-33; 1Co 11:28shall be.Ge 17:14 the uncleanness.5:2,3; 12,1-13:59; 15:1-33; 22:4; Nu 19:11-16any unclean.11:24-42; De 14:7,8,10,12-20abominable.11:10-13,20,41,42; De 14:3; Eze 4:14cut off.20,25,27; 17:10,14; 18:29; Ge 17:14; Ex 12:15,19; 30:33-38 22 fat.Any other fat they might eat; but the fat of these was sacred, because they were the only animals which were offered in sacrifice, though many others ranked among the clean animals as well as these. This prohibition may, however, be understood of these animals when offered in sacrifice, and then only in reference to the inward fat, described in ver. 4. Of the fat in any other circumstances, it cannot be intended, as it was one of the especial blessings which God gave to his people.--"Butter of kine, and milk of sheep, with fat of lambs, and rams of the breed of Bashan, and goats," were the provision which he graciously bestowed on his followers. (See De 32:12-14.) 3:16,17; 4:8-10; 17:6; De 32:38; 1Sa 2:15-17,29; Ac 28:27; Ro 8:13Ro 13:13 beast. Heb. carcase.17:15; 22:8; Ex 22:31; De 14:21; Eze 4:14; 44:31 shall be cut off.21 ye shall eat.The prohibition of the fat or suet, which was restricted to animals offered in sacrifice, taught reverence to the altar and ordinances of God; but that of blood, which was extended to all land animals, had especial respect to the atoning blood of the sacrifice, and of the great antitype which the sacrifice prefigured. 3:17; 17:10-14; Ge 9:4; 1Sa 14:33,34; Eze 33:25; Joh 6:53; Ac 15:20Ac 15:29; Eph 1:7; 1Ti 4:4 that soul.20,21,25; Heb 10:29shall be.Shall be excommunicated or cut off from the people of God, and so deprived of any part of their inheritance or of their blessings. 28 3:1-17; Col 1:20; 1Jo 1:7 own hands.3:3,4,9,14; Ps 110:3; Joh 10:18; 2Co 8:12with the breast.8:27; 9:21See onEx 29:24-28; Nu 6:20 the priest.3:5,11,16the breast.34; 5:13; 6:16,26; 8:29; Nu 18:18 34; 8:25,26; 9:21; 10:14; Nu 6:20; 18:18,19; De 18:3; 1Co 9:13,14 that offereth.3; 6:1-30; 26:1-46 the wave.30-32; 10:14,15; Ex 29:28; Nu 18:18,19; De 18:3by a statue.3:17; Ex 29:9 portion.8:10-12,30; Ex 29:7,21; 40:13-15; Isa 10:27; 61:1; Joh 3:342Co 1:21; 1Jo 2:20,27he presented.Ex 28:1; 29:1; Nu 18:7-19 in the day.8:12,30; Ex 40:13,15 the law.1:1-17; 6:9-13; Ex 29:38-42meat.2:1-16; 6:14-18sin.4:1-35; 6:24-30trespass.1-7; 5:1-6:7consecrations.6:20-23; Ex 29:1sacrifice.11-21; 3:1-17 commanded.1:1,2
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