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I The Sin-offering of Ignorance, 3 for the Priest, 13 /«*tht Congregation, 22 for the Ruler, 27 for any of the People.


1 He thatfinneth in concealing his Knowledge, 2 in touching an unclean thing, 4 or in making an Oath. 6 His Trespassoffering, of the Flock, 7 of Fowls, 11 or of Flour. 14 The Trespass-offering in Sacriledge, 17 and in Sins of Ignorance.


1 The Trespass-offering for Sins done wittingly. % The Law of the Burnt-offering, 14 and of the Meat-offering. 19 The Offering at the Consecration of a Priest. 24 The Law of the Sin-offering.


1 The Law of the Trespass-offering, 11 and of the Peace-offerings; 12 whether it be for a Thanksgiving, id or a Few, or a Free-will-offering. 22 The Fat, 26 and the Blood are forbidden. 28 The Priest's Portion in the Peaceofferings.


1 Moses confecratelh Aaron and his Sons: 14 Their Sin-offering. 18 Their Burnt-offering. 22 The Ram of Confecra31 The Place and Time of their Consecration,



Aaron's Sin-offering and his Burnt-offering for himself and the People. 23 Moses and Aaron bless the People. 24 Fire tometh from the Lord upon the Ait ar.

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2 And he said unto Aaron, Take thee a young Calf for a Sin-offering, and a Ram for a Burnt - offering, without Blemish, and offer them before the Lord.

3 And unto the Children of Israel thou shalt speak, saying, Take ye a Kid of the Goats for a Sin-offering; and a Calf, and a Lamb, both of the first Year, without Blemish, for a Burnt-offering;

4 Also a Bullock and a Ram for Peace-offerings, to sacrifice before the Lord; and a Meat-offering mingled with Oyl: for To-day the Lord will appear unto you.

5 And they brought that which Moses commanded before the Tabernacle of the Congregation: and all the Congregation drew near, and stood before the Lord.

6 And Moses said, This is the Thing which the Lord commanded that ye should do: and the Glory of the Lord shall Appear unto you.

7 And Moses said unto Aaron, Go unto the Altar, and offer thy Sin-offering, and thy Burnt-offering, and make an Atonement for thyself and for the People: and offer the Offering of the People, and make an Atonement for them; as the Lord commanded.

8 Aaron therefore went unto the Altar, and slew the

the Ignoiaat, and on them that ate out of the w-ty ; for th it he himself also is com ailed with Infirmity:

3 And by reason thereof he ought as for the People, so also sot himlelf to offer for Sins

4 An I no Man taketh this Honour onto himself, but he that is called ot God, as was Aaron

$ So also Christ glorified not himself to be nude an High-priest; but tie that laid unio him, Thou art my Son, To-day have I begotten thee.

6 As he faith also in another Place, Thou art a Priest sot F.vecr after the Order of Melchisedic

7 Who in the Days of his Flesh, when he had offered up Prayers and Supp icanons. w:ih st ong crying and Tears, unto him that was able to save him fiomDeath, and was heard, in that he feared;

8 Though he were a Son, yet learned he On D I Lscl by the Things which, he suffered:

9 And being made perfect, he became the Author of Eternal SaltaTion umo all them that obey him j

Io Called of God an High Priest after the Order of Melchisedec.

Hit. vii 11 If therefore Perfection were by the Le itical Priesthood, (for under it rhe People received the Law,) what further Need was there that another Priest should rile after the Order of Melch sedec, and not be called after rhe Order of Aaion?

it For the Priesthood being changed, there is made of necessity a Change also of the Law

13 For he of whom these Thing! are spoken perraineth to another Tribe, of which no Man gave Attendance at the Altar

14 For it is evident that Our Lord sprang out of Juda: of which Tribe Moles ip.ikc nothing concerning Priesthood.

15 And >t is yet far more evident: sot that aftet the Sim luude of Melehtledec there arileth another Priest,

16 Who is made, not afier the Law ol a carnal Commandment, but after the Power of an Endless Life.

17 For lie lestifieth ihou art a Priest for Ever aftet (he Order of Mslchisedec.

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Calf osthe Sin-offering, which was for himself.

9 And the Sons of Aaron brought the Blood unto him: and he dipt his Finger in the Blood, and put it upon the Horns of the Altar, and poured out the Blood at the Bottom of the Altar.

10 But the Fat, and the

j 8 For there is verily a disannulling of the Commandment going heroic* for the Weakness and Unprofitableness thereof.

19 For the Law made nothing Perefot, but the bringing in of a better Hope did ; by the which we Draw Nigh unto God.

20 And in as much as not without an Oath he was made Piiest,

it (For those Priests were made without an Oath: but this with an Oath, by him that said unto him} The Lord sware, and will not re

Kidneys, and the Caul above pent> Tn0u an a Prifst for ever asthe Liver of the Sin-offering ter the Order of Mei.chise.dec)

. . ._» ,l. ii,„, „_ 22 By so much was Jesus made a

he burnt upon the Altar; as SuRET/of a BETTER Tewient.
the Lord commanded Mo-

11 And the Flesh and the Hide he burnt with Fire without the Camp.

12 And he slew the Burntoffering; and Aaron's Sons presented unto him the Blood which he sprinkled round about upon the Altar.

13 And they presented the Burnt-offering unto him, with the Pieces thereof, and the Head: and he burnt them upon the Altar.

14 And he did wash the Inwards and the Legs, and burnt them upon the Burntoffering on the Altar.

15 And he brought the Peoples Offering:, and took the Goat which was the Sinoffering for the People, and slew it, and offered it for Sin, as the first.

16 And he brought the Burnt-offering, and offered it according to the Manner.

17 And he brought the Meat-offering, and took an Handful thereof, and burnt it upon the Altar, beside the Burntsacrifice of the Morning.

2} And they truly were many Priests, because they were not sintered to continue by reason of Death:

24 Bur this Man because he continneth Ever, hath an Unchangearlk Priesthood.

25 Wherefore he is able also to Save them to the Uttermost, that come unro God by him, seeing he ever liveth to make Intercession for them.

26 For such an High-priest ber came Us, who is Holy, Harmless, Undeviled, Separate from Sinners, and made Higher rhan the HeaVens;

27 Who needeth not daily, as those High priests, to offer up Sacrifice fiist for his own Sins, and then for the People's : for this he diet once, when he Offered up Himself.

18 For the Law makerh Men Htghr priests which have Infirmity; but the Word of the Oath which was since the Law, maketh the Son, who is Consecrated for Evermore.*

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18 He flew also the Bullock and the Ram, for a Sacrifice of Peace-offerings, which was for the People : and Aaron's Sons presented unto him the Blood (which he sprinkled upon the Altar round about.)

22 And Aaron lift up his Hands towards the People, and blessed them; and came down from offering of the Sin-offering, and the Burnt-offering, and Peace-offerings.

23 And Moses and Aaron went into the Tabernacle of the Congregation, and came out and Blessed the People: and the Glory of the Lord appeared unto all the People.

24 And there came a Fire out from before the Lord, and consumed upon the Altar the Burnt-offering, and the Fat: which when all the People saw, they shouted and fell on their Faces.


1 Nadab and Abihu, for offering strange Fire, are burnt. 8 The Priejls forbidden Wine} when they are to go into the Tabernacle.

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Jl\ Abihu, the Sons of Aaron, took either of them his Censer, and put Fire therein, and put Incense thereon, and offered Strange Fire besore the Lord, which he Commanded them Not.

2 And there went out Fire from the Lord, and DeVoured them, and they died before the Lord.

3 Then Moses said unto Aaron, this is it that the Lord spake, saying, I will be Sanctified in them that come nigh me, and before all the People, I will be glorified. And Aaron held his Peace.

4 And Moses called Mifhael and Elzaphan, the Sons pfUzziel the Uncle of Aaron,

w Jthn 17. 2 j The Hour cometh, and now is, when the ttue Worlhippers shall worship the Father in SpiRit, and in Truth : for the Father, seeketh such to worship him.

24 God is a Spirit, and they that worship him, must worship him in Spirit and in Truth.

P[*l. Ixxxix. 7 God is greatly to be Feared in the Assembly, of the Saints: and to be had in Reverence; of ail them that are about him.

Mai. i. 5 The Lord will be MasNififd from the Bordet of Israel.

6 A Son honoureth his Father; and a Servant his Master: If then I be a Father, where is mine Honour? and if I be a Master, where is my Fear: faith the Lord ot Hosts unto you, O Priests, that Despise my Name: and ye fay, Wherein hare we despised thy Name?

7 Ye offer Polluted Bread upon mine Altar; and ye say, Wherein h^ve we polluted ihee? in that ye say, The Table of the Lord is contemptible.

$ And if ye Offer the Blind for Sacrifice, is it not Evil 2 and if ye

and said unto them, Come near, carry your Brethren from before the Sanctuary out of the Camp.

5 So they went near and carried them in their Coats out of the Camp; as Moses had said.

6 And Moses said unto Aaron, and unto Elcazar and unto Ithamar his Sons, Uncover not your Heads, neither rend your Cloaths; lest you die, and lest Wrath come upon all the People : but let your Brethren, the whole House of Israel, bewail the Burning which the Lord hath kindled.

7 And ye shall not go out from the Door of the Tabernacle of the Congregation, lest you die: for the Anointing-oyl of the Lord is upon you. And they did according to the Word of Moses.

8 And the Lord spake unto Aaron, saying,

9 Do not drink Wine nor strong Drink, thou, nor thy

offer the Lame and Sick, i> it not Evil? Offfr it now u-to thy GovkrNour w.ll he be pie 'fed with thee, or accept thy Fe. son i faith the Loud of Hosts.

Ii For siom the Rising of the Suit even unto the going down of the ame, my Name lhall be <.reat among the Gentiies, and in every Plac- Incess* shall be offered uuto my Name, ana a i Uk' O. i Er:nu: toi my Name Ihall be great amon; the heathen, Unh the Lord of Hosts

12 But ye have Profahid it, in that ye lay. 1 he Tarii of the Lord is I'ojiut D, and the Fiu t thereof! even his Meat is Contf-mptible.

t; Ye laid also, Ber.old whit I Weaiiness is it. aud ye tiave sniffed at it, sa:th the Lord or Hosts; and ye brought that wuich -as ton., and the Lame and the S ck; thus ye brought an Offering: should 1 accept this • t )• ut Hand's r faith he Lord; 14 Bui Curs'D he the Dfifiyer, which h .1I1 in his 1 lo k a Male, and voweth aud laciificeih unto the Lord a Corrupt Thiso: lor I am a i.RtAf King, faith the Lord of Hosts, and my Name is uniADrui among the Heathen.

tutu. v. 1 Keep thy Foot when thou goeft to the Houle of God, and be more ready to Beau, than to givtf the Sacrifice, of Fools: lot they consider not that they do Evil

2 Be not Rash with thy Mo th, and let not ;hi le Heart be Hastt to utter any thing betoe God: Ioigod is in Heaven, and thou ut>on Eaith: therefote let thy Words be Few.

Sons with thee, when ye go

into the Tabernacle of the Congregation, lest ye die: It

shall be a Statute for ever throughout your Generations:

10 And that you may put Difference between Holy and Unholy, and between Unclean and Clean:

11 And that ye may teach the Children of Israel all the Statutes which the Lord hath spoken unto them by the Hand of Moses.


1 What Beajli may, 4 and what way not be eaten. 9 What Fistes. 13 What Fowls. 29 The creeping Things which are unclean.


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