SEV Biblia, Chapter 10:16 Y Moisés demandó el macho cabrío de la expiación, y se halló que era quemado; y se enojó contra Eleazar e Itamar, los hijos de Aarón que habían quedado, diciendo:
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Leviticus 10:16 Verse 16. Moses diligently sought the goat] The goat which was offered the same day for the sins of the priests and the people, (see chap. ix. 15, 16,) and which, through the confusion that happened on account of the death of Nadab and Abihu, was burnt instead of being eaten. See ver. 18.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 16. And Moses diligently sought the goat of the sin [offering] , etc.] The Targum of Jonathan says, “three goats were offered on that day, the goat of the new moon, of the sin offering for the people, and of the sin offering, which Nahshon the son of Amminadab offered at the dedication of the altar; Aaron and his sons, it adds, went and burnt these three, Moses came and sought, etc.”
Jarchi also speaks of three goats offered, but says that only one was burnt, the goat of the new moon; and so Ben Gersom, who gives this reason for the diligent search after it, because it was always to be offered up, and was not a temporary affair, as the others were: but it rather seems to be the goat of the sin offering for the people, for it is not certain that the other goats were offered on this day, but this was, (see Leviticus 9:15) now according to the law, the flesh of this goat was not to be burnt, but to be eaten by the priests in the holy place, (see Leviticus 6:25,26). Moses now suspecting that Aaron and his sons, through their grief for the death of Nadab and Abihu, had neglected the eating of it, sought diligently after it, and so it proved: and, behold, it was burnt : as they had no appetite to it themselves, they burnt it, that it might not be eaten by any others, for none but they might eat it, and that it might not corrupt: and he was angry with Eleazar and Ithamar, the sons of Aaron, [which were] left alive ; when their two elder brothers were killed with lightning for doing what was not commanded, which should have made them more observant of the laws of God, to do that which was commanded them: and though they were spared, and survived their brethren, yet they transgressed, in burning the sin offering of the people, when they should have eaten it. Jarchi observes, that he expressed his anger not to Aaron, but to his sons, which he did for the honour of Aaron, laying the blame not on him, who was overwhelmed with grief, but on his sons: saying ; as follows.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 12-20 - Afflictions should rather quicken us to our duty, than take us from it But our unfitness for duty, when it is natural and not sinful, wil have great allowances made for it; God will have mercy, and no sacrifice. Let us profit by the solemn warning this history conveys When professing worshippers come with zeal without knowledge, carna affections, earthly, light, vain, trifling thoughts, the devices of will-worship, instead of the offering of soul and spirit; then the incense is kindled by a flame which never came down from heaven, whic the Spirit of a holy God never sent within their hearts __________________________________________________________________
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