SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:9 Y lavará con agua sus intestinos y sus piernas; y el sacerdote hará perfume de todo sobre el altar; y esto será holocausto, ofrenda encendida de olor muy aceptable al SEÑOR.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Leviticus 1:9 Verse 9. An offering-of a sweet savour] jwjyn jyr ha ishsheh reiach nichoach, a fire-offering, an odour of rest, or, as the Septuagint express it, qusia osmh euwdiav, "a sacrifice for a sweet-smelling savour;" which place St. Paul had evidently in view when he wrote Eph. v. 2: "Christ hath loved us, and hath given himself for us an offering, kai qusian-eiv osmhn euwdiav, and a sacrifice, for a sweet-smelling savour," where he uses the same terms as the Septuagint. Hence we find that the holocaust, or burnt-offering, typified the sacrifice and death of Christ for the sins of the world.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 9. But the inwards and his legs shall he wash in water , etc.] This was first done in a room in the court of the temple, called yjdmh tkçl , the room of the washers, or the washing room, where they washed the inwards of the holy things f25 ; and after that they washed them upon the marble tables between the pillars, where they washed them three times at least f26 ; and whereas this is said to be done in water; Maimonides f27 observes, not in wine, nor in a mixture of wine and water, nor in other liquids: the washing of the inwards and legs denoted the internal purity of Christs heart, and the external holiness of his life and conversation, and the saints purification by him both in heart and life: with Philo the Jew these things had a mystical meaning; by the washing of the inwards was signified that lusts were to be washed away, and such spots removed as were contracted by surfeiting and drunkenness, very harmful to the lives of men; and by the washing of the feet was signified that we should no more walk upon the earth, but mount up to the air, and pass through that, even to heaven: and the priest shall burn all on the altar ; all the other pieces, as well as the inwards and legs, excepting the skin, which denoted the painful sufferings of Christ, and the extent of them to all parts of his body; and indeed his soul felt the fire of divine wrath, and became an offering for sin: [to be] a burnt sacrifice, an offering made by fire ; that is, all the parts of the bullock were burnt on the altar, that it might appear to be a whole burnt offering consumed by fire: of a sweet savour unto the Lord : he accepting of it, and smelling a sweet savour of rest in it, as an atonement for sin, typical of the sacrifice of Christ, which is to God for a sweet smelling savour, ( Ephesians 5:2) the Jewish doctors gather from hence, that whether a man offers much or little, it matters not, if his heart is but directed to God; which Maimonides explains thus f30 , he that studies in the law, it is all one as if he offered a burnt offering, or a meat offering, or a sin offering, concerning which this phrase is used.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 3-9 - In the due performance of the Levitical ordinances, the mysteries of the spiritual world are represented by corresponding natural objects and future events are exhibited in these rites. Without this, the whol will seem unmeaning ceremonies. There is in these things a type of the sufferings of the Son of God, who was to be a sacrifice for the sins of the whole world? The burning body of an animal was but a fain representation of that everlasting misery, which we all have deserved and which our blessed Lord bore in his body and in his soul, when he died under the load of our iniquities. Observe, 1. The beast to be offered must be without blemish. This signified the strength and purit that were in Christ, and the holy life that should be in his people. 2 The owner must offer it of his own free will. What is done in religion so as to please God, must be done by love. Christ willingly offere himself for us. 3. It must be offered at the door of the tabernacle where the brazen altar of burnt-offerings stood, which sanctified the gift: he must offer it at the door, as one unworthy to enter, an acknowledging that a sinner can have no communion with God, but by sacrifice. 4. The offerer must put his hand upon the head of his offering, signifying thereby, his desire and hope that it might be accepted from him, to make atonement for him. 5. The sacrifice was to be killed before the Lord, in an orderly manner, and to honour God. I signified also, that in Christians the flesh must be crucified with it corrupt affections and lust. 6. The priests were to sprinkle the bloo upon the altar; for the blood being the life, that was it which mad atonement. This signified the pacifying and purifying of ou consciences, by the sprinkling of the blood of Jesus Christ upon the by faith. 7. The beast was to be divided into several pieces, and the to be burned upon the altar. The burning of the sacrifice signified the sharp sufferings of Christ, and the devout affections with which, as holy fire, Christians must offer up themselves, their whole spirit soul, and body, unto God. 8. This is said to be an offering of a swee savour. As an act of obedience to a Divine command, and a type of Christ, this was well-pleasing to God; and the spiritual sacrifices of Christians are acceptable to God, through Christ, 1Pe 2:5.
Original Hebrew וקרבו 7130 וכרעיו 3767 ירחץ 7364 במים 4325 והקטיר 6999 הכהן 3548 את 853 הכל 3605 המזבחה 4196 עלה 5930 אשׁה 801 ריח 7381 ניחוח 5207 ליהוה׃ 3068