|Overview - Leviticus 6|
|1||The trespass offering for sins done wittingly.|
|8||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.|
Leviticus 6:23 (King James Version)
For every meat offering for the priest shall be wholly burnt: it shall not be eaten.
- shall be
- The meat offering of the people was eaten by the priests, who typically bore and expiated their sins; but as no priest, being a sinner, could make atonement for himself, his meat offering must not be eaten, but wholly burnt on the altar, which was a typical transfer of his guilt to the great antitype who actually bore and expiated it.
- it shall not be
- Leviticus 6:16 Leviticus 6:17 ; 2:10