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    LEVITICUS 6

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    1 The trespass offering for sins done wittingly. 8 The law of the burnt offering; 14 and of the meat offering. 19 The offering at the consecration of a priest. 24 The law of the sin offering. VERSE 1 * :1 VERSE 2 - commit, * Le 5:15,19 Nu 5:6-8 Ps 51:4 - lie. * Le 19:11 Ge 26:7 Joh 8:44 Ac 5:4 Eph 4:25 Col 3:9 Re 22:15 - in that. * Ex 22:7-10 - in fellowship. or, in dealing. Heb. in putting of the hand. * Isa 21:2; 24:16; 33:1 Hab 1:13 - deceived. * Pr 24:28; 26:19 Isa 59:13-15 Jer 9:5 Am 8:5 Mic 6:10-12 VERSE 3 - have found. * Ex 23:4 De 22:1-3 - sweareth. * Le 19:12 Ex 22:9-11 Pr 30:9 Jer 5:2; 7:9 Zec 5:4 Mal 3:5 VERSE 4 - because. * Le 4:13-15; 5:3,4 - which he. * Ge 21:25 Job 20:19; 24:2 Isa 59:6 Eze 18:7,12,18 Am 3:10 * Mic 2:2 Zep 1:9 VERSE 5 - restore. * Le 5:16 Ex 22:1,4,7,9 Nu 5:7,8 1Sa 12:3 2Sa 12:6 Pr 6:30,31 * Isa 58:6,9 Lu 19:8 - in the principal. The property itself, if still remaining, or its full value, to which a fifth part more was to be added, to compensate the owner for the loss he had sustained by being deprived of the use of his goods. He must also bring a trespass offering to the Lord; which was intended to show that disobedience to God is the great evil, even of those crimes which are injurious to man, and that repentance, and even restitution, though needful in order to forgiveness, cannot atone for sin. - of his trespass offering. or, of his being found guilty. Heb. of trespass. * Mt 5:23,24 VERSE 6 - a ram. * Le 5:15,18 Isa 53:10,11 VERSE 7 - make. * Le 4:20,26,31; 5:10,13,15,16,18 Ex 34:7 Eze 18:21-23,26,27 * Eze 33:14-16,19 Mic 7:18 1Jo 1:7,9; 2:1,2 - it shall be. * Isa 1:18 Mt 12:31 1Co 6:9-11 At this verse the Jews begin the twenty-fifth section of the law, and also, in the best Hebrew Bibles, the sixth chapter, which undoubtedly ought to begin here, as the inspired writer enters upon a new subject; the former part of the book being intended for the instruction of the people relative to the several sacrifices to be brought; but this for the instruction of the priests respecting some particulars of their official services. VERSE 8 * :8 VERSE 9 - of the burnt. See on ch. * Le 1:1-17 Ex 29:38-42 Nu 28:3 - because of the burning. or, for the burning. * :12,13 VERSE 10 - linen garment. * Le 16:4 Ex 28:39-43; 39:27-29 Eze 44:17,18 Re 7:13; 19:8,14 - consumed. * Le 1:9,13,17 Nu 16:21,35 Ps 20:3 *marg: * Ps 37:20 - beside. * Le 1:16 VERSE 11 - put off. * Le 16:23,24 Eze 44:19 - without. * Le 4:12,21; 14:40,41; 16:27 Heb 13:11-13 VERSE 12 - the fire. * Le 9:24 Nu 4:13,14 Mr 9:48,49 Heb 10:27 - burn wood. * Le 1:7-9; 3:3-5,9-11,14-16 Ex 29:38-42 Ne 13:31 The efficacy of the priesthood and mediation of Christ is perpetual, and we can never approach to God in his name, by day or night, unseasonably. The ministers of Christ should have the fire of their zeal constantly burning. VERSE 13 - fire. * Isa 6:6,7 Re 8:5 - ever burning. * Re 4:8 VERSE 14 - the meat offering. See on ch. * Le 2:1,2 Nu 15:4,6,9 Joh 6:32 VERSE 15 - the memorial. See on ch. * Le 2:2,9 VERSE 16 - the remainder. * Le 2:3,10; 5:13 Eze 44:29 1Co 9:13-15 - unleavened. * Ex 12:8 1Co 5:8 - shall it. * :26; 10:12,13 Nu 18:9,10 VERSE 17 - baken. * Le 2:11 1Pe 2:22 - I have. * Nu 18:9,10 - it is most holy. * :25; 2:3; 7:1,6 Ex 29:33,34,37 VERSE 18 - the males. * :29; 21:21,22 Nu 18:10 - It shall. See on ch. * Le 3:17 - every one. {Kol asher yiggƒ bahem yikdash,} "all (whether person or thing) that toucheth them shall be (or must be) holy;" that is, the priests must not eat of these oblations when under any ceremonial defilement, and the sacred utensils used about them must not be employed for any other purpose, or in any other way. * Le 22:3-7 Ex 29:37 Hag 2:12-14 Zec 14:20,21 1Pe 1:16; 2:9 VERSE 19 VERSE 20 - the offering. This oblation, which the Jews call a {mincha} of initiation, seems to have been required of the high priest alone "on the day in which he was anointed," and from that time, every morning and evening, as long as he continued in office, and then in like manner of his successor; for, by "the sons of Aaron," may be understood his descendants and successors in the high priesthood, in their generations. * Ex 29:2 Nu 18:26-32 Heb 5:1; 7:27; 8:3,4 - in the day. The word {beyom} signifies not only in the day, but from that day forward; for it was a daily oblation, and for them and their successors, a statue for ever. * :22 - the tenth. * Le 5:1 Ex 16:36 - a meat offering. * Le 2:1-16 Ex 29:35-42 Nu 28:3,10 VERSE 21 * Le 2:5; 7:9 1Ch 9:31 VERSE 22 - is anointed. * Le 4:3 De 10:6 Heb 7:23 - wholly. * Le 8:21 Ex 29:22-25 Isa 53:10 VERSE 23 - shall be. The meat offering of the people was eaten by the priests, who typically bore and expiated their sins; but as no priest, being a sinner, could make atonement for himself, his meat offering must not be eaten, but wholly burnt on the altar, which was a typical transfer of his guilt to the great antitype who actually bore and expiated it. - it shall not be. * :16,17; 2:10 VERSE 24 VERSE 25 - the law. See on ch. * Le 4:2,3-20,21,24,33,34 - In the. * Le 1:3,5,11; 4:24,29,33 - it is. * :17; 21:22 VERSE 26 - priest. * Le 10:17,18 Nu 18:9,10 Eze 44:28,29; 46:20 Ho 4:8 - in the holy. * :16 - in the court. * Ex 27:9-18; 38:9-19; 40:33 Eze 42:13 VERSE 27 - touch. * :18 Ex 29:37; 30:29 Hag 2:12 Mt 9:21; 14:36 - wash. * Le 11:32 2Co 7:1,11 VERSE 28 * Le 11:33; 15:12 Heb 9:9,10 VERSE 29 - the males. See on ver. * :18 Nu 18:10 - it is. * :25 VERSE 30 * Le 4:3-21; 10:18; 16:27,28 Heb 9:11,12; 13:11 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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