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(1/30) As we study the offerings, we can divide the chapters in Leviticus the following way: Lv. 1 through 5 are the instructions for the children of Israel. Lv. 6 through 7 is the law of the offerings, which were the instructions for the priests.
(2/30) As we study the Sacrifice of Peace (Zevah Shelem), we can use the commentaries made by Paul regarding this offering in the letter to the Romans.
(3/30) Immolation is a shadow of our faith in the work of Christ related with our crucifixion and resurrection with Christ in order to walk in newness of life.
(4/30) From the offerings we learn that in order to keep the fire burning in our heart, we must be priests that carry wood to the altar every day, that is to say, that we present ourselves daily seeking the presence of God.
(5/30) The sacrifice of peace speaks about living the Kingdom of God.
(6/30) The sin / trespass offering (Hatat) and the guilt offering (Asham) speak to us about repentance for the forgiveness of sins, and that is the reason why we studied them together.
(7/30) The biblical idea of offerings is related with suffering, death, atonement, to soothe the wrath of God.
(8/30) The passage in Hebrews that speaks about the offering of Christ as he did the will of God, and by doing it He fulfilled 4 of the 5 offerings in Leviticus, is Hebrews 10:5-7.
(9/30) The offering that made atonement for the offender, that is to say, his sinful nature, and because of that he had to present himself in between the offerings taken during the Feast of the Lord, even though he had not committed sin, was Asham (guilt offering).
(10/30) Christ lived the shadow of the offerings and the fulfillment of what was done with the animals of the offering. That is why we do not have to go through that fulfillment.
(11/30) According to what the apostle Paul wrote, the sacrifice of thanksgiving (Zevah Todá) must be offered daily.
(12/30) The Hatat (sin / trespass offering) and the Asham (guilt offering) are mandatory offerings.
(13/30) The offering that teaches us that restitution is part of repentance is Asham (guilt offering).
(14/30 ) In the Old Testament the word “sacrifice” (which in Hebrew is “Zevah”) can refer to any of the 5 offerings of the Lord.
(15/30) When Paul says that “ye present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God”, he is speaking that we should offer the fulfillment of the Burnt Offering (Olah).
(16/30) From the ingredients of the Minchah, we learn that the sufferings of Christ which are yet to be fulfilled, spoken by Paul in Colossians 1:24, refer to any type of suffering that a Christian experiences.
(17/30) When Paul speaks about family in Colossians and Ephesians, it is because he has changed subject and he is no longer talking about the sacrifice of peace or about the offerings.
(18/30) To offer the fat of an animal, spiritually speaking means that we must offer the best part to the Lord, in other words, we must humble ourselves.
(19/30) Speaking about “The Offerings”, the biblical concept seen in class was:
(20/30) The spiritual meaning of the Burnt Offering, that is to say, the meaning of the offering is:
(21/30) The first area in man that Paul deals with in his commentary about the Offerings related with Immolation is:
(22/30) The principal key that Paul gives us to deal with this first area is:
(23/30) The part of the sacrificed offering that represents the place where the soul, the spirit, the heart, the deep thoughts and where blessing and curse come from is:
(24/30) The spiritual meaning of the Oblation or Minchah, that is to say, the meaning of the offering is:
(25/30) The spiritual meaning of the sacrifice of peace, that is to say, the meaning of the offering, is:
(26/30) According to that parable and what we saw in class, my neighbor is:
(27/30) The spiritual meaning that appears in almost all of the ingredients of the Minchah is:
(28/30) The part of the sacrificed offering related with the sacrifice of thanksgiving, so that we give thanks no matter what our senses feel is:
(29/30) As we see the correct order in which the Offerings were offered, one of the messages of the Atonement Offering is that true repentance causes a person to turn. The correct order is:
(30/30) This passage speaks about the fulfillment of washing the inwards and the legs: