And afterwards offered the continual burnt
Not after the feast of tabernacles, as if they then began to offer the daily sacrifice; for that they did as soon as the altar was set up, and on the first day of the month, ( Ezra 3:3 Ezra 3:6 ) , rather the sense is, that after the daily burnt offering of the morning, they offered the other sacrifices peculiar to the several days of the feast of tabernacles; they never neglected that, yea, always began with it; all the rest were after it, and so on other festivals:
both of the new moons, and of all the set feasts of the
Lord that were
to the service of the Lord, and the honour of his name, as every first day of the month, and every other appointed festival, they offered the sacrifices appropriate to each; but not to the neglect of that sacrifice, and always after it:
and of everyone that willingly offered a freewill offering
these they were careful also to offer in their proper time.