SEV Biblia, Chapter 28:2 Manda a los hijos de Israel, y diles: Mi ofrenda, mi pan con mis ofrendas encendidas en olor grato a mí, guardaréis, ofreciéndomelo a su tiempo.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Numbers 28:2 Verse 2. Command the children of Israel, &c.] It is not easy to account for the reason of the introduction of these precepts here, which had been so circumstantially delivered before in different parts of the books of Exodus and Leviticus. It is possible that the daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly services had been considerably interrupted for several years, owing to the unsettled state of the people in the wilderness, and that it was necessary to repeat these laws for two reasons: 1. Because they were now about to enter into the promised land, where these services must be established and constant. 2. Because the former generations being all dead, multitudes of the present might be ignorant of these ordinances.
In their due season] Moses divides these offerings into:- 1. DAILY. The morning and evening sacrifices: a lamb each time, ver. 3, 4.
2. WEEKLY. The Sabbath offerings, two lambs of a year old, ver. 9, &c.
3. MONTHLY. At the beginning of each month two young bullocks, one ram, and seven lambs of a year old, and a kid for a sin-offering, ver. 11, &c.
4. ANNUAL. 1. The passover to last seven days; the offerings, two young bullocks, one ram, seven lambs of a year old, and a he-goat for a sin-offering, ver. 16, &c. 2. The day of FIRST- FRUITS. The sacrifices, the same as on the beginning of the month, ver. 26, &c. With these sacrifices were offered libations, or drink-offerings of strong wine, ver. 7, 14, and minchahs, or meat-offerings, composed of fine flour mingled with oil, ver. 8, 12, &c. For an ample account of all these offerings, see the notes on Lev. vii and Exod. xii.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 2. Command the children of Israel, and say unto them , etc.] For what follows concerned them all; namely, the offering of their daily, weekly, monthly, and anniversary sacrifices, which were not for private persons, but for the whole congregation; and these might be considered by them not merely as commands and duties to be observed, but as tokens of the divine favour to them, that notwithstanding all their rebellions and provocations in the wilderness, sacrifices for sin were ordered, continued, and accepted of by the Lord; and his acceptance of them, and well pleasedness in them, may easily be observed in the expressions used concerning them: my offering, and my bread ; by “offering” may be meant in general all sacrifices which were offered to the Lord, and by his command; and more especially the burnt offering, which was wholly and peculiarly his, and is after explained by sacrifices made by fire, and it is chiefly of burnt offerings this chapter treats; and by “bread” may be meant either the shewbread, which was set upon a table before the Lord continually, as his bread; so the Targum of Jonathan, “my oblation, the bread of the order of my table, shall the priests eat, but what ye offer on the altar no man has power to eat;” or else the meat offering, or rather, as it may be called, the bread offering, which always went along with burnt offerings; though the copulative “and”, which is not in the text, may be omitted, and both may signify the same, “my offering”, that is, “my bread”; for the sacrifices were the food of God, the provisions of his house, of which there were all sorts in the sacrifices, flesh, bread, and wine; particularly the daily sacrifice was his food every day, and the fat of sacrifices burnt is called the food of the offering made by fire, ( Leviticus 3:16), so Jarchi interprets it, “my offering”, this is the blood; “my bread”, the “amurim”, or fat that covereth the inward parts, which were burnt on the altar: for my sacrifices made by fire for a sweet savour unto me ; which respects burnt offerings, wholly consumed by fire, and were entirely the Lord’s, and which he smelled a sweet savour in, or were acceptable to him: these the children of Israel were to observe to offer unto him in their due season ; the daily sacrifice, morning and evening; not before morning, nor after evening, as Aben Ezra observes; and so all the rest at the proper time fixed, whether weekly, monthly, or yearly. The Jews, from this phrase, “observe to offer unto me”, conclude the necessity of fixing stations, or stationary men, as Jarchi notes; so the tradition is, “these are the stations, as it is said, “command the children of Israel, etc.” but how can the offering of a man be offered, and he not stand by it? wherefore the former prophets appointed twenty four courses, and to every course there was a station at Jerusalem of priests, Levites, and Israelites; and when the time of each course came to go up, the priests and Levites went up to Jerusalem, and the Israelites who belonged to that course went into their cities, and read the history of the creation f432 :” now these stations, or stationary men, were substitutes for, or representatives of all Israel, and stood by the sacrifices when they were offered, in which all Israel were concerned, as particularly in the daily sacrifice, which is here first taken notice of.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-8 - God saw fit now to repeat the law of sacrifices. This was a ne generation of men; and they were concerned to keep their peace with God when at war with their enemies. The daily sacrifice is called continual burnt-offering; when we are bid to pray always, at leas every morning and evening we should offer up solemn prayers and praise to God. Nothing is added here but that the wine poured out in the drink-offering is to be strong wine, to teach us to serve God with the best we have. It was a figure of the blood of Christ, the memorial of which is still left to the church in wine; and of the blood of the martyrs, which was poured out as a drink-offering on the sacrifice an service of our faith, Php 2:17.
Original Hebrew צו 6680 את 853 בני 1121 ישׂראל 3478 ואמרת 559 אלהם 413 את 853 קרבני 7133 לחמי 3899 לאשׁי 801 ריח 7381 ניחחי 5207 תשׁמרו 8104 להקריב 7126 לי במועדו׃ 4150