1. A male or female of herd or flock. Le 3:1,6,12.
2. The offerer required
a. To give it freely. Le 19:5.
b. To bring it himself. Le 7:29,30.
c. To lay his hand upon its head. Le 3:2,8,13.
d. To kill it at tabernacle door. Le 3:2; 8:13.
3. Required to be perfect and free from blemish. Le 3:1,6; 22:21.
4. The priest
a. Prepared. Eze 46:2.
b. Sprinkled the blood on the altar. Le 3:2,8,13.
c. Offered the inside fat, &c by fire. Le 3:3,4,9,10.
d. Laid it upon the daily burnt offering to be consumed with it. Le 3:5; 6:12,13.
e. Waved the breast as a wave-offering. Ex 29:26,28; Le 7:29,30.
f. Heaved the right shoulder as an heave-offering. Ex 29:22-27.
g. Had the shoulder and breast as his portion. Ex 29:28; Le 7:31-34.
h. An offering most acceptable. Le 3:5,16.
i. Generally accompanied by a burnt-offering. Jdj 21:4; 1Sa 10:8; 1Ki 3:15.
j. Often accompanied by a sin-offering. Le 23:19.
5. Was offered
a. As a thanksgiving-offering. Le 7:12,13.
b. As a votive offering. Le 7:16.
c. For reconciliation. Eze 45:15; Eph 2:13,14.
d. For confirming the legal covenant. Ex 24:5.
e. At consecration of priests. Ex 29:22,29.
f. For the people at large. Le 9:4.
g. At expiration of Nazarite’s vow. Nu 6:14.
h. At all the festivals. Nu 10:10.
i. At dedication of tabernacle. Nu 7:17,23.
j. At dedication of temple. 1Ki 8:62-64.
k. At coronation of kings. 1Sa 11:15.
l. By Joshua after his victories. Jos 8:31.
m. By Israel after their defeat. Jdj 20:26.
n. By David on bringing up the ark. 2Sa 6:17.
o. By David after the plague. 2Sa 24:25.
p. By Solomon three times a year. 1Ki 9:25.
q. By Manasseh on repairing and restoring the altar. 2Ch 33:15,16.
6. If a thanksgiving offering to be eaten the day offered. Le 7:15.
7. If a votive offering to be eaten the same day or the next. Le 7:16,17; 19:6-8.
8. To be eaten before the Lord. De 12:17,18.
9. No unclean person to eat of. Le 7:20,21.