SEV Biblia, Chapter 16:1 Â¶ Y habló el SEÑOR a Moisés, después que murieron los dos hijos de Aarón, cuando se llegaron delante del SEÑOR, y murieron;
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Leviticus 16:1 Verse 1. After the death of the two sons of Aaron] It appears from this verse that the natural place of this chapter is immediately after the tenth, where probably it originally stood; but the transposition, if it did take place, must be very ancient, as all the versions acknowledge this chapter in the place in which it now stands.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 1. And the Lord spake unto Moses, after the death of the two sons of Aaron , etc.] That is, either immediately after their death, and so this chapter would have stood in its natural order next to the tenth; or else after the above laws concerning uncleanness on various accounts were delivered out, designed to prevent the people entering into the tabernacle defiled, whereby they would have incurred the penalty of death; wherefore, as Aben Ezra observes, after the Lord had given cautions to the Israelites, that they might not die, he bid Moses to caution Aaron also, that he might not die as his sons died; these were Nadab and Abihu: when they offered before the Lord, and died ; offered strange fire, and died by flaming fire, as the Targum of Jonathan; or fire sent down from heaven, as Gersom, by lightning; (see Leviticus 10:1,2).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-14 - Without entering into particulars of the sacrifices on the great day of atonement, we may notice that it was to be a statute for ever, til that dispensation be at an end. As long as we are continually sinning we continually need the atonement. The law of afflicting our souls for sin, is a statue which will continue in force till we arrive where all tears, even those of repentance, will be wiped from our eyes. The apostle observes it as a proof that the sacrifices could not take awa sin, and cleanse the conscience from it, that in them there was remembrance made of sin every year, upon the day of atonement, He 10:1, 3. The repeating the sacrifices, showed there was in them but feeble effort toward making atonement; this could be done only by offering up the body of Christ once for all; and that sacrifice neede not to be repeated. (Le 16:15-34)
Original Hebrew וידבר 1696 יהוה 3068 אל 413 משׁה 4872 אחרי 310 מות 4194 שׁני 8147 בני 1121 אהרן 175 בקרבתם 7126 לפני 6440 יהוה 3068 וימתו׃ 4191