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Sacrifices


1. Divine institution of. Ge 3:21; 1:29; 9:3; 4:4,5; Heb 11:4.

2. To be offered to God alone. Ex 22:20; Jdj 13:16; 2Ki 17:36.

3. When offered to God, an acknowledgement of his being the supreme God. 2Ki 5:17; Jon 1:16.

4. Consisted of

a. Clean animals or bloody sacrifices. Ge 8:20.

b. The fruits of the earth or sacrifices without blood. Ge 4:4; Le 2:1.

5. Always offered upon altars. Ex 20:24.

6. The offering of, an acknowledgment of sin. Heb 10:3.

7. Were offered

a. From the earliest age. Ge 4:3,4.

b. By the patriarchs. Ge 22:2,13; 31:54; 46:1; Job 1:5.

c. After the departure of Israel from Egypt. Ex 5:3,17; 18:12; 24:5.

d. Under the Mosaic age. Le 1:1-7:38; Heb 10:1-3.

e. Daily. Ex 29:38,39; Nu 28:3,4.

f. Weekly. Nu 28:9,10.

g. Monthly. Nu 28:11.

h. Yearly. Le 16:3; 1Sa 1:3,21; 20:6.

i. At all the feasts. Nu 10:10.

j. For the whole nation. Le 16:15-30; 1Ch 29:21.

k. For individuals. Le 1:2; 17:8.

l. In faith of a coming Saviour. Heb 11:4,17,28.

8. Required to be perfect and without blemish. Le 22:19; De 15:21; 17:1; Mal 1:8,14.

9. Generally the best of their kind. Ge 4:4; 1Sa 15:22; Ps 66:15; Isa 1:11.

10. Different kinds of

a. Burnt offering wholly consumed by fire. Le 1:1-17; 1Ki 18:38.

b. Sin offering for sins of ignorance. Le 4:1-35.

c. Trespass offering for intentional sins. Le 6:1-7; 7:1-7.

d. Peace offering. Le 3:1-17.

11. To be brought to the place appointed by God. De 12:6; 2Ch 7:12.

12. Were bound to the horns of the altar. Ps 118:27.

13. Were salted with salt. Le 2:13; Mr 9:49.

14. Often consumed by fire from heaven. Le 9:24; 1Ki 18:38; 2Ch 7:1.

15. When bloody, accompanied with meat and drink offering. Nu 15:3-12.

16. No leaven offered with, except for. Ex 23:18; Le 7:13.

17. Fat of, not to remain until morning. Ex 23:8.

18. The priests

a. Appointed to offer. 1Sa 2:28; Eze 44:11,15; Heb 5:1; 8:3.

b. Had a portion of, and lived by. Ex 29:27,28; De 18:3; Jos 13:14; 1Co 9:13.

19. Were typical of Christ’s sacrifice. 1Co 5:7; Eph 5:2; Heb 10:1,11,12.

20. Were accepted when offered in sincerity and faith. Ge 4:4; Heb 11:4; Ge 8:21.

21. Imparted a legal purification. Heb 9:13,22.

22. Could not take away sin. Ps 40:6; Heb 9:9; 10:1-11.

23. Without obedience, worthless. 1Sa 15:22; Pr 21:3; Mr 12:33.

24. The covenants of God confirmed by. Ge 15:9-17; Ex 24:5-8; Heb 9:19,20; Ps 50:5.

25. The Jews

a. Condemned for not treating with respect. 1Sa 2:29; Mal 1:12.

b. Condemned for bringing defective and blemished. Mal 1:13,14.

c. Condemned for not offering. Isa 43:23,24.

d. Unaccepted in, on account of sin. Isa 1:11,15; 66:3; Ho 8:13.

e. Condemned for offering, to idols. 2Ch 34:25; Isa 65:3,7; Eze 20:28,31.

26. Offered to false gods, are offered to devils. Le 17:7; De 32:17; Ps 106:37; 1Co 10:20.

27. On great occasions, very numerous. 2Ch 5:6; 7:5.

28. For public use often provided by the state. 2Ch 31:3.

29. Illustrative of

a. Prayer. Ps 141:2.

b. Thanksgiving. Ps 27:6; 107:22; 116:17; Heb 13:15.

c. Devotedness. Ro 12:1; Php 2:17.

d. Benevolence. Php 4:18; Heb 13:16.

e. Righteousness. Ps 4:5; 51:19.

f. A broken spirit. Ps 51:17.

g. Martyrdom. Php 2:7; 2Ti 4:6.