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Trespass Offering


1. Esteemed as a sin offering, and frequently so called. Le 5:6,9.

2. To be offered

a. For concealing knowledge of a crime. Le 5:1.

b. For involuntarily touching unclean things. Le 5:2,3.

c. For rash swearing. Le 5:4.

d. For sins of ignorance in holy things. Le 5:15.

e. For any sin of ignorance. Le 5:17.

f. For breach of trust, or fraud. Le 6:2-5.

3. Was a most holy offering. Le 14:13.

4. Consisted of

a. A she lamb or kid. Le 5:6.

b. A ram without blemish. Le 5:15; 6:6.

c. Two turtle doves by those unable to bring a lamb. Le 5:7-10.

d. A meat offering by the very poor. Le 5:11-13.

5. Being for minor offences was lessened for the poor, not so the sin offering. Le 4:1-5:19.

6. Atonement made by. Le 5:6,10,13,16,18; 6:7; 19:22.

7. Accompanied by confession. Le 5:5.

8. Generally accompanied by restitution. Le 5:16; 6:5.

9. To be slain where the sin offering and burnt offering were slain. Le 14:13; Eze 40:39.

10. Sometimes waved alive before the Lord. Le 14:12,13.

11. Special occasions of offering

a. Cleansing of a leper. Le 14:2,12-14,21,22.

b. Purification of women. Le 12:6-8.

c. Purification of those with issues. Le 15:14,15.

d. Purification of Nazarites who had broken their vow. Nu 6:12.

e. For connection with a betrothed bondmaid. Le 19:20-22.

12. Was the perquisites of the priest. Le 14:13; Eze 44:29.

13. Illustrative of Christ. Isa 53:10; Eze 46:20.