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    LEVITICUS 24

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    1 The oil for the lamps. 5 The shew-bread. 10 Shelomith's son blasphemeth. 13 The law of blasphemy. 17 Of murder. 18 Of damage. 23 The blasphemer is stoned. VERSE 1 * :1 VERSE 2 - that they. * Ex 27:20,21; 39:37; 40:24 Nu 8:2-4 1Sa 3:3,4 - the lamps. * 2Ch 13:11 Ps 105 119:105,130 Pr 6:23 Isa 8:20; 11:2 Mt 4:16; 5:16 * Mt 25:1-8 Lu 1:79; 12:35 Joh 1:4,9; 5:35; 8:12 Ac 26:18 2Co 4:6 * Eph 1:17,18; 5:8-14 Php 2:15,16 - burn continually. Heb. ascend. VERSE 3 - Without the vail. * Ex 27:21; 39:37 Zec 4:2,3,10-14 Col 2:9 Heb 9:2 Re 1:12-14; 2:18 * Re 4:5 - continually. * Ex 27:20 Mt 25:1-4 Joh 5:39; 16:13-15 Ac 17:11,12 1Jo 1:5,6,7 * 1Jo 2:27 - forever. Heb. olam. * Ex 12:24 VERSE 4 - the pure. * Ex 25:31-39; 31:8; 37:17-24; 39:37 Nu 3:31; 4:9 1Ki 7:49 * 1Ch 28:15 Jer 52:19 Zec 4:2,3,11-14 Heb 9:2 Re 1:20; 2:1,5 * Re 11:4 VERSE 5 The loaves of bread which the officiating priest placed every sabbath day upon the golden table in the Sanctum, before the Lord, were twelve in number, representing the twelve tribes of Israel. The loaves must have been large, since two tenth deals (about six pints) of flour were used for each, Le 24:3, 6, 7. They were served up hot on the sabbath day in the Sanctum, when the stale ones, which had been exposed the whole week, were taken away, and none but the priests were allowed to eat them. In an extraordinary extremity, David and his men partook of the shew-bread, (see 1 Sa 6 21:6,) the urgent necessity alone justifying the act. The Hebrew signifies bread of faces, or, of the face. - See * Ex 25:30; 40:23 1Ki 18:31 1Sa 21:4,5 Mt 12:4 Ac 26:7 Jas 1:1 VERSE 6 - in two rows. * 1Co 14:40 - pure. * Ex 25:23,24; 37:10-16; 39:36; 40:22,23 1Ki 7:48 2Ch 4:19; 13:11 * Heb 9:2 VERSE 7 - pure. * Le 2:2 Eph 1:6 Heb 7:25 Re 8:3,4 - the bread. * Joh 6:35,51 - a memorial. * Ge 9:16 Ex 12:14; 13:9; 17:14 Ac 10:4,31 1Co 11:23-25 VERSE 8 * Nu 4:7 1Ch 9:32; 23:29 2Ch 2:4 Ne 10:33 Mt 12:3-5 VERSE 9 - Aaron's. * Le 8:31 1Sa 21:6 Mal 1:12 Mt 12:4 Mr 2:26 Lu 6:4 - they shall. * Le 6:16; 8:3,31; 10:17; 21:22 Ex 29:32,33 VERSE 10 * Ex 12:38 Nu 11:4 VERSE 11 - blasphemed. * :15,16 Ex 20:7 2Sa 12:14 1Ki 21:10,13 2Ki 18:30,35,37 * 2Ki 19:1-3,6,10,22 2Ch 32:14-17 Ps 74:18,22 Mt 26:65 * Ac 6:11-13 Ro 2:24 1Ti 1:13 Re 16:11,21 - the name. Houbigant and others think that the name which this man blasphemed was the name of the god of his native land. But that {hashshem} THE NAME, denotes Jehovah, appears from its being used in the latter part of verse 16, as equivalent to "the name of Jehovah," in the former part. The Jews also frequently use {hashshem} for Jehovah. - cursed. * Job 1:5,11,22; 2:5,9,10 Isa 8:21 - brought him. * Ex 18:22,26 Nu 15:33-35 VERSE 12 - that the mind of the Lord might be shewed them. Heb. to expound unto them according to the mouth of the Lord. * Ex 18:15,16,23 Nu 27:5; 36:5,6 VERSE 13 VERSE 14 - without. * Le 13:46 Nu 5:2-4; 15:35 - all that. * De 13:9; 17:7 - let all the. * Le 20:2,27 Nu 15:35,36 De 13:10; 21:21; 22:21 Jos 7:25 Joh 8:59 * Joh 10:31-33 Ac 7:58,59 VERSE 15 - bear his sin. * Le 5:1; 20:16,17 Nu 9:13 VERSE 16 - blasphemeth. As the word {nakav} not only signifies to curse, or blaspheme, but also to express, or distinguish by name, (Nu. 17 1:17. 1 Ch. 31 12:31. Isa. 2 62:2,) hence the Jews, at a very early period, understood this law as prohibiting them from uttering the name Jehovah, on any other than sacred occasions. The Septuagint, which was made at least 250 years before Christ, renders it [ ,] "Whosoever nameth the name of the Lord, let him die;" from which we see that the Jews at this time were accustomed to pronounce {adonay,} or Lord, instead of Jehovah; for in place of it the Septuagint always put [ .] * Ex 20:7 1Ki 21:10-13 Ps 74:10,18; 139:20 Mt 12:31 Mr 3:28,29 * Joh 8:58,59; 10:33-36 Ac 26:11 1Ti 1:13 Jas 7 2:7 VERSE 17 - And he. * Ge 9:5,6 Ex 21:12-14 Nu 35:31 De 19:11,12 - killeth any man. Heb. smiteth the life of a man. VERSE 18 - that killeth. * :21 Ex 21:34-36 - beast for beast. Heb. life for life. VERSE 19 * De 19:21 Mt 5:38; 7:2 VERSE 20 * Ex 21:23-25 De 19:21 Mt 5:38 VERSE 21 - a beast. * :18 Ex 21:33 - a man. * :17 VERSE 22 * Le 17:10; 19:34 Ex 12:49 Nu 9:14; 15:15,16,29 VERSE 23 - See on ver. * :14-16 Nu 15:35,36 Heb 2:2,3; 10:28,29 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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