Or if his sin wherein he hath sinned come to his
Or rather, "and if his sin", &c. F13 either by means of others informing him of it, or of himself calling to mind what he has done, and considering it to be a transgression of the law:
he shall bring his offering, a kid of the goats, a male without
his offering was to be a "kid of the goats", a fat and a large one; because, as Baal Hatturim observes, he ate fat things every day; and to distinguish it from the offering of one of the common people; and "without blemish"; as all sacrifices were, that they might be typical of the offering of Christ without spot.
F13 (wa) (kai) Sept. "et postea", V. L. & Noldius, p. 3. No. 23.