|Overview - Leviticus 16|
|1||How the high priest must enter into the holy place.|
|11||The sin offering for himself.|
|15||The sin offering for the people.|
|29||The yearly feast of the expiations.|
Leviticus 16:4 (King James Version)
He shall put on the holy linen coat, and he shall have the linen breeches upon his flesh, and shall be girded with a linen girdle, and with the linen mitre shall he be attired: these are holy garments; therefore shall he wash his flesh in water, and so put them on.
- holy line coat
- Hebrew of holiness. Greek. a sanctified linen
- coat. This and the other vestures were peculiar for this day, and for the services of this day; that is, for making atonement: the other service, which was ordinary, he performed this day in his other priestly garments. The eight ornaments usually worn by the high priest are enumerated in Exodus xxviii ver
- 4, etc., and the four that were for this day are here expressed, and are called the white garments, while the others were designated the golden garments, because some were made with gold thread woven in them. These four were made of six double twisted threads, and of flax only.
- 6:10 Exodus 28:2 Exodus 28:39-43 ; 39:27-29 Isaiah 53:2 ; Ezekiel 44:17 Ezekiel 44:18 ; Luke 1:35
- Philippians 2:7 ; Hebrews 2:14 ; 7:26
- Leviticus 8:6 Leviticus 8:7 Exodus 29:4 ; 30:20 Exodus 40:12 Exodus 40:31 Exodus 40:32 Revelation 1:5 Revelation 1:6