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Sincerity.

Sin Offering.

    Probable origin of 

    Ge 4:4,7.


    Was offered Was a most holy sacrifice 

    Le 6:25,29.


    Consisted of Sins of the offerer transferred to, by imposition of hands 

    Le 4:4,15,24,29; 2Ch 29:23.


    Was killed in the same place as the burnt-offering 

    Le 4:24; 6:25.


    The blood of
      For a priest or for the congregation, brought by the priest into the tabernacle. 

      Le 4:5,16.


      For a priest or for the congregation, sprinkled seven times before the Lord, outside the vail, by the priest with his finger. 

      Le 4:6,17.


      For a priest of for the congregation, put upon the horns of the altar of burnt offering by the priest with his finger. 

      Le 4:25,30.


      In every case poured at the foot of the altar of burnt offering. 

      Le 4:7; 18:25,30; 9:9.


    Fat of the inside, kidneys, burned on the altar of burnt offering 

    Le 4:8-10,19,26,31; 9:10.


    When for a priest or the congregation, the skin, carcass, burned without the camp 

    Le 4:11,12,21; 6:30; 9:11.


    Was eaten by the priests in a holy place, when its blood had not been brought into the tabernacle 

    Le 6:26,29,30.


    Aaron, &c rebuked for burning and not eating that of the congregation, its blood not having been brought into the tabernacle 

    Le 10:16-18; 9:9,15.


    Whatever touched the flesh of, was rendered holy 

    Le 6:27.


    Garments sprinkled with the blood of, to be washed 

    Le 6:27.


    Laws respecting the vessels used for boiling the flesh of 

    Le 6:28.


    Was typical of Christ's sacrifice 

    2Co 5:21; Heb 13:11-13.


Sins, National.

Slander.

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