SEV Biblia, Chapter 6:23 Y todo presente de sacerdote será enteramente quemado; no se comerá.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Leviticus 6:23 Verse 23. For every meat-offering for the priest shall be wholly burnt] Whatever the priest offered was wholly the Lord's, and therefore must be entirely consumed: the sacrifices of the common people were offered to the Lord, but the priests partook of them; and thus they who ministered at the altar were fed by the altar. Had the priests been permitted to live on their own offerings as they did on those of the people, it would have been as if they had offered nothing, as they would have taken again to themselves what they appeared to give unto the Lord. Theodouret says that this marked "the high perfection which God required in the ministers of his sanctuary," as his not eating of his own sin-offering supposes him to stand free from all sin; but a better reason is given by Mr. Ainsworth: "The people's meat- offering was eaten by the priests that made atonement for them, ver. 15, 16, chap. vii. 7; but because no priest, being a sinner, could make atonement for himself, therefore his meat-offering might not be eaten, but all burnt on the altar, to teach him to expect salvation, not by his legal service or works, but by Christ; for the eating of the sin-offering figured the bearing of the sinner's iniquity;" chap. x. 17.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 23. For every meat offering for the priest shall be wholly burnt , etc.] Wherefore the priest that offered this for the high priest got nothing by it: he served him gratis: it shall not be eaten ; neither by himself, nor any other priest. The priests by eating the offerings of the people bore their iniquities, and made atonement for them, ( Leviticus 10:17) but the priests might not eat their own sacrifices, to show that they could not bear their own sins, and make atonement for them; and this proves the insufficiency of the legal sacrifices, and the need there was for one to arise of another order to take away sin; and it is thought by some to be typical of the active obedience of Christ f164 , every day yielded to the law and will of God, and is perfect, as the word here signifies, and to be distinguished from hlw[ , “a burnt offering”.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 14-23 - The law of the burnt-offerings put upon the priests a great deal of care and work; the flesh was wholly burnt, and the priests had nothin but the skin. But most of the meat-offering was their own. It is God' will that his ministers should be provided with what is needful.
Original Hebrew וכל 3605 מנחת 4503 כהן 3548 כליל 3632 תהיה 1961 לא 3808 תאכל׃ 398