SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:15 Y el sacerdote la ofrecerá sobre el altar, y le quitará la cabeza, y hará perfume sobre el altar; y su sangre será exprimida sobre la pared del altar.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 15. And the priest shall bring it unto the altar , etc.] The southeast horn of it; near which was the place of the ashes, into which the crop and its feathers were cast f37 : and wring off his head ; by twisting it back as it should seem; the word used is only to be found here, and in ( Leviticus 5:8) the Jews say, it signifies to cut with the nail, and that the priest did this, not with a knife or any other instrument, but with his nail; so Jarchi and Gersom on the place observe: some think he only let out the blood this way, but did not separate the head from the body, which seems to be favoured by ( Leviticus 5:8) though Maimonides and Bartenora conclude the reverse from the same place; and that the meaning is, that he should cut off the head and divide it asunder at the time he cuts with the nail: the manner of cutting with the nail was this f39 , the priest held both the feet of the bird with his two fingers of his left hand, and the wings between two other fingers, and the bird upon the back of his hand, that it might not be within the palm of it; then he stretches out its neck upon the thumb about two fingers’ breadth, and cuts it over against the neck with his nail, and this is one of the hardest services in the sanctuary: and burn [it] on the altar ; that is, the head, after squeezing out the blood, and rubbing it with salt: and the blood thereof shall be wrung out at the side of the altar : or “the wall” of it: this, though mentioned last, must be done before, and immediately upon the wringing of the head, and between that and the burning it on the altar: this wringing off the head, and wringing out the blood, denote violence, and show that Christ’s death, which this was a type of, was a violent one; the Jews laid violent hands upon him, and pursued his life in a violent manner, were very pressing to have it taken away, and his life was taken away in such a manner by men, though not without his Father’s secret will, and his own consent.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 10-17 - Those who could not offer a bullock, were to bring a sheep or a goat and those who were not able to do that, were accepted of God, if the brought a turtle-dove, or a pigeon. Those creatures were chosen for sacrifice which were mild, and gentle, and harmless; to show the innocence and meekness that were in Christ, and that should be in Christians. The offering of the poor was as typical of Christ' atonement as the more costly sacrifices, and expressed as full repentance, faith, and devotedness to God. We have no excuse, if we refuse the pleasant and reasonable service now required. But we can n more offer the sacrifice of a broken heart, or of praise an thanksgiving, than an Israelite could offer a bullock or a goat, excep as God hath first given to us. The more we do in the Lord's service the greater are our obligations to him, for the will, for the ability and opportunity. In many things God leaves us to fix what shall be spent in his service, whether of our time or our substance; yet wher God's providence has put much into a man's power, scanty offerings wil not be accepted, for they are not proper expressions of a willing mind Let us be devoted in body and soul to his service, whatever he may cal us to give, venture, do, or suffer for his sake __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew והקריבו 7126 הכהן 3548 אל 413 המזבח 4196 ומלק 4454 את 853 ראשׁו 7218 והקטיר 6999 המזבחה 4196 ונמצה 4680 דמו 1818 על 5921 קיר 7023 המזבח׃ 4196