And seven days of the feast he shall prepare a burnt offering
to the Lord
Which is as follows: seven bullocks and seven rams without blemish daily the seven days;
that is, a bullock and a ram for each day: and a kid of the goats daily for a sin offering;
all which were typical of Christ, signified by the "bullock", for his labour and patience; by the "ram", for his strength; and by the kid of the goats, for his likeness of sinful flesh, and having the sins of his people reckoned to him; which made him of ill savour to the justice and holiness of God, and for which he fell a sacrifice. This is also different from the law of Moses, which required two young bullocks, one ram, and seven lambs, ( Numbers 28:19 ) and therefore Jarchi confesses he knew not how to make this Scripture stand, or establish the sense of it.