And on the eighth day
Having on the seventh done as before directed: he shall take to him two turtledoves, or two young pigeons;
of his own, or purchase them; this was the meanest offering that was brought, and of the least expense, and which, in other cases, the poorer sort were allowed to bring, but here it was the offering of poor and rich: and come before the Lord unto the door of the tabernacle of the
not into the tabernacle, where he was not admitted till the sacrifice was offered, and atonement made; but he was to stand at the door of the tabernacle, at the eastern gate; and so fronting the west, where stood the holy of holies, the place of the divine Majesty, he is said to come before the Lord, presenting himself to him to be cleansed: and give them unto the priest;
the two doves or pigeons, to be offered for him according to the usual rites.