|Overview - Leviticus 7|
|1||The law of the trespass offering;|
|11||and of the peace offering;|
|12||whether it be for a thanksgiving;|
|16||or a vow, or a free will offering.|
|22||The fat and the blood are forbidden.|
|28||The priests' portion in the peace offerings.|
|35||The whole summed up.|
Leviticus 7:26 (King James Version)
Moreover ye shall eat no manner of blood, whether it be of fowl or of beast, in any of your dwellings.
- ye shall eat
- The prohibition of the fat or suet, which was restricted to animals offered in sacrifice, taught reverence to the altar and ordinances of God; but that of blood, which was extended to all land animals, had especial respect to the atoning blood of the sacrifice, and of the great antitype which the sacrifice prefigured.
- 3:17 17:10-14 Genesis 9:4 ; 1 Samuel 14:33 1 Samuel 14:34 ; Ezekiel 33:25 ; John 6:53 ; Acts 15:20
- Acts 15:29 ; Ephesians 1:7 ; 1 Timothy 4:4