These things ye shall do to the Lord, in your set
Or rather in the times set and appointed to you, as the Jewish writers
F15 interpret it; and so Jarchi interprets it of a fixed time, which seems better; since these were not all feast days, on which the above sacrifices were to be offered, for one of them was a fast, even the day of atonement:
vows, and your freewill offerings:
which might be offered up at any time, notwithstanding the above sacrifices, which were necessary and obligatory; but these were at their own option:
burnt offerings, and for your meat offerings, and
drink offerings, and for your peace offerings;
of which see ( Leviticus 7:11-16 ) .
F15 Maimon. & Bartenora in Misn. Pesach, c. 7. sect. 4.