In this chapter several laws are delivered out, forbidding the priests
to eat of holy things, when in any uncleanness, or at any time what
dies of itself, or is torn of beasts, \\#Le 22:1-9\\; also showing who
belonging to the priests might or might not eat of the holy things,
\\#Le 22:10-16\\; and others requiring that whatever offerings were
brought by the children, of Israel, they should be perfect and without
blemish, \\#Le 22:17-25\\; and also declaring what age a creature should
be of when sacrificed, and the time when thank offerings were to be
eaten, \\#Le 22:26-30\\; concluding with an exhortation to observe the
commands of God, and sanctify him, and not profane his name,
\\#Le 22:31-33\\.