L E V I T I C U S
This chapter, and part of the next, concern the
trespass-offering. The difference between this and the sin-offering
lay not so much in the sacrifices themselves, and the management of
them, as in the occasions of the offering of them. They were both
intended to make atonement for sin; but the former was more
general, this applied to some particular instances. Observe what is
here said, I. Concerning the trespass. If a man sin, 1. In
concealing his knowledge, when he is adjured, ver. 1. 2. In touching an unclean thing,
ver. 2, 3. 3. In swearing,
ver. 4. 4. In embezzling the
holy things, ver. 14-16.
5. In any sin of infirmity, ver.
17-19. Some other cases there are, in which these
offerings were to be offered, ch. vi. 2-4; xiv. 12; xix.
21; Num. vi. 12. II. Concerning the trespass-offerings,
1. Of the flock, ver. 5, 6.
2. Of fowls, ver. 7-10. 3.
Of flour, ver. 11-13; but
chiefly a ram without blemish, ver.