SEV Biblia, Chapter 3:2 Y pondrá su mano sobre la cabeza de su ofrenda, y la degollará a la puerta del tabernáculo del testimonio; y los sacerdotes, hijos de Aarón, rociarán su sangre sobre el altar en derredor.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Leviticus 3:2 Verse 2. Lay his hand upon the head of his offering] See this rite explained, See "Exod. xxix. 10", and See "chap. i. 4". "As the burnt-offering, (chap. i.,)" says Mr. Ainsworth, "figured our reconciliation to God by the death of Christ, and the meat-offering, (chap. ii.,) our sanctification in him before God, so this peace-offering signified both Christ's oblation of himself whereby he became our peace and salvation, (Eph. ii. 14-16; Acts xiii. 47; Heb. v. 9; Heb. ix. 28,) and our oblation of praise, thanksgiving, and prayer unto God."
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 2. And he shall lay his hand upon the head of his offering , etc.] “His right hand with strength”, the Targum of Jonathan says; perhaps both his hands were imposed; the Septuagint and Arabic versions read it in the plural number, “hands”; this same rite was used in the sacrifice of burnt offering, (see Gill on “ Leviticus 1:4”); which might be done in any place in the court where it was slain, only with this difference: according to Maimonides f75 , there was no confession of sin made at laying on of hands upon the peace offerings, but words of praise were spoken: and kill it at the door of the congregation ; it seems as if it was not the priest, but the owner that brought it, and laid his hands on it, that killed it; and so the last mentioned writer says, that slaying the peace offering by a stranger was right; and as he and others say, it might be slain in any part of the court; it was not obliged to be slain in the north part of it, as the burnt offering was, ( Leviticus 1:11) and Aaron’s sons the priests shall sprinkle the blood upon the altar round about ; in like manner as the blood of the burnt offering was, and it was done with two sprinklings, which were as four f77 ; (see Gill on “ Leviticus 1:5”) this was typical of the blood of Christ, called “the blood of sprinkling”.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-5 - The peace-offerings had regard to God as the giver of all good things These were divided between the altar, the priest, and the owner. The were called peace-offering, because in them God and his people did, a it were, feast together, in token of friendship. The peace-offering were offered by way of supplication. If a man were in pursuit of an mercy, he would add a peace-offering to his prayer for it. Christ in our Peace, our Peace-offering; for through him alone it is that we can obtain an answer of peace to our prayers. Or, the peace-offering wa offered by way of thanksgiving for some mercy received. We must offe to God the sacrifice of praise continually, by Christ our Peace; an then this shall please the Lord better than an ox or bullock.
Original Hebrew וסמך 5564 ידו 3027 על 5921 ראשׁ 7218 קרבנו 7133 ושׁחטו 7819 פתח 6607 אהל 168 מועד 4150 וזרקו 2236 בני 1121 אהרן 175 הכהנים 3548 את 853 הדם 1818 על 5921 המזבח 4196 סביב׃ 5439