Ch 1

v 1-9 instructions for a burnt offering from the herd, or a bull

v 10-13 instructions for a burnt offering from the flock, a sheep or a goat.

V 14-17 instructions for a burnt offering of birds, a dove or a young pigeon.

– I didn’t know you could sacrifice a bird as burnt offering.

C h 2

v 1-3 instructions for a grain offering

v 4 instructions for a grain offering baked in an oven;

v 5 prepared on a griddle;

v 7 cooked in a pan.

v11-13 instructions for a grain offering, continued

v 14-16 instructions for a grain offering of firstfruits

Ch 3

– Fat being burned does smell good.

v 1-5 instructions for offering an animal from the herd

v 7-11 instructions for offering a lamb

v 8-16 instructions for offering a goat

v 17 This command is not followed anymore? Are we suppose to?

Ch 4

v 3-12 instructions for if the priest sins unintentionally, offering of a young bull.

v 13-21 instructions for if the community sins unintentionally, offering of a young bull.

v 22-26 instructions for when a leader sins unintentionally, offering a male goat with no defect.

v 27-31 instructions for when a member of the community sins unintentionally, offering a female goat;

v 32-35 or offering a female lamb.

Ch 5

*Some sins:

– a person not speaking up when he has the chance to testify about something he has seen or learned about

– touching anything ceremonial unclean

– touches human uncleanness

– takes an oath thoughtlessly

0.The person who commits any of these sins must confess what he has sinned, then sacrifice a female lamb or goat. If he cannot afford the lamb, then he has to bring two doves or two pigeons to the priest.

1. If he cannot afford even the birds, he is to offer a tenth of an ephah(about 2 quarts) of fine flour.

* If a person sins unintentionally, then he is to bring a ram without defect and bring it to the priest. He must also repay the value plus a fifth.

Ch 6

* Anyone who sins by deceiving his neighbor must pay back the same amount plus a fifth to the owner. He must also bring the priest a ram.

v 8-13 instructions for the burnt offering

– God commands the fire must not go out, what happens if it goes out?

v 14-23 instructions for grain offering

v 24-30 instructions for sin offering

– Why do the priests get to eat the offerings?

Ch 7

v 1-10 instructions for guilt offering, which is the most holy

– It seems as if the priests would just want food.

v 11-21 instructions for fellowship offering and what to with the offering afterwards

v 22-27 eating fat and blood are forbidden

v 37 lists all the offerings

Ch 8

-0rdination of Aaron and his sons

– the ordination lasted 7 days

Ch 9

– Aaron is offering in the way God wants

– What does fire coming out from God look like?

Ch 10

– Aaron’s sons Nadab and Abihu obeyed God’s commands carelessly and were punished with their lives.

– Aaron only had four sons before 2 of them died.

– Aaron and his remaining sons were upset over Nadab and Abihu’s death.

Ch 11

v 1-8 Israelites were allowed to eat any animal that has a split hoof completely divided and chews on cud.

v 9-12 Israelites were allowed to eat any creatures living in the waters that have fins and scales.

v 13-19 Birds the Israelites were not allowed to eat because they were detestable.

v 20-23 Israelites were not allowed to eat any flying insects that walk on all fours, but the exceptions are those with jointed legs for hopping on the ground.

V 24-40 Instructions for whoever touches one of these unclean things.

v 41-43 Any creature that moves on the ground is not to be eaten.

v 44-45 Be holy, because God is holy.

v 46-47 summary of the whole chapter.

Ch 12

– The Lord is giving instructions for when women gave birth

v 2-4 If the woman gives birth to a son

v 5 If the woman gives birth to a daughter

v 6-7a The woman has to make a sin offering so that she will be ceremonially clean from her flow of blood.

v 7b-8 Summary of the chapter.

Ch 13

v 1-9 Instructions to anyone has a swelling or rash or a bright spot on his skin that may become an infectious skin disease.

v 10-11 If there is a white swelling in the skin that has turned the hair white and if there is raw flesh in the swelling.

v 12-17 If the disease breaks out all over his skin.

v13 If the disease has covered his whole body, he shall pronounce that person clean. Since it has all turned white, he is clean? I don’t understand.

– If someone has raw flesh on them, then they are unclean.

v 18-23 If someone has a boil on his skin and it heals.

– Isolation took 7 days, sometimes 7 more after that

v 24-28 If someone has a burn on his skin and a reddish-white or white spot appears in the raw flesh of the burn.

v 29-37 If a man or a woman has a sore on the head or on the chin.

v 38-39 If a man or woman has white spots on the skin.

v 40-44 If a man has a reddish-white sore on his bald head or forehead.

v 45-46 For those who were found unclean.

mildew– a leprous disease found in clothes.

v 47-52 If any clothing is contaminated with mildew and it continues to spread.

v 53-58 If the mildew in the clothing did not spread.

v 59 summary of v 47-58 concerning contamination by mildew in woolen or linen clothing.

Ch 14

one bird is sacrificed while the other is set free in the open field. Does this represent Christ?

v 1-20 Regulations for the diseased person at the time of his ceremonial cleansing

v 21-32 regulations for anyone with an infectious skin disease and cannot afford the regular offerings for his cleaning.

v 33-42 Instructions for if you find mildew in your house.

v 43-45 If after repairing the mildew and it returns, the whole house must be torn down.

v 46-47 Anyone who goes into the house or eat and sleep while the house is closed up by mildew, he will be unclean until the evening.

– Again, a bird is sacrificed so another can live.

v 48-53 Instructions if the mildew did not spread.

v 54-57 Summary of the chapter.

Ch 15

– Regulations on discharges

– These rules are pretty harsh

v 32-33 summary of chapter

Ch 16

-continued after Ch 10, after Aaron’s sons die because they disobeyed the Lord.

– a scapegoat for the sins

– Would it be better for a sheep to be the sacrifice offering or to be the scapegoat and live with the whole Israelite community’s sins on you?

censer– firepan.

– Aaron sprinkles the blood seven times to cleanse the altar v 19. Does the 7 symbolize anything?

v 29-34 Talks about the Sabbath

Ch 17

v 1-9 Sacrifices must be brought to the entrance of the Tent of Meeting, not anywhere else. Anyone who does otherwise must be cut off from his people.

v 10-15 No one must eat blood because the life of a creature is in the blood, and the blood is given to us to make an atonement for ourselves on the altar. v 11

Ch 18

v 1-5 Lord warning the people to not follow the other nation’s wickedness.

v 5 Keep my decrees and laws, for the man who obeys them will live by them. I am the Lord.

v 6-20 Do not have sexual relations with close family and anyone’s wife/husband; Basically do not have sexual relations with anyone other than your wife/husband.

v 21 Do not sacrifice or entrust your children to idols

v 22 Do not lie with the same sex

v 23 Do not have sexual relations with an animal

v 24-28 Do not do any of these wickedness, because hat is how the nations God destroyed came to ruin.v

v 29-30 Anyone who does this must be cut off from his people; Keep God’s commands and do not do any of these detestable customs.

Ch 19

v2 Be Holy because God is holy.

– Do not cut the hair at the sides of your head? v 27

– This whole chapter is filled with various laws.

v 37 “Keep all my decrees and all my laws and follow them. I am the Lord.”

Ch 20

This chapter is a mix of various laws, taking from bits from the previous chapters.

Ch 21

– Rules for priests

Ch 22

– more rules for priests, also for unacceptable sacrifices

Ch 23

– chapter of appointed feasts, holidays

v 3 Sabbath, no work on the 7th day

v 4-8 Passover and Feast of Unleavened Bread

v 9-14 Firstfruits

– leave some of the harvest for the poor and the alien

Ch 24

– anyone who curses God must be put to death

Ch 25

– seventh year, do not sow the field

– In the Year of Jubilee everyone is to return to his own property

– In the year of Jubilee a lot happen, does it symbolize anything?

Ch 26

– Do not make idols

v 1-13 reward for obedience to God

v 14-39 punishment for disobedience

v 40-45 If we confess, God will remember his covenant to us

v 46 summary of ch 26

Ch 27

– A male between twenty and sixty is worth fifty shekels of silver

– A female between twenty and sixty is worth thirty shekels

– other ages vary in their amounts

– every firstborn animal belongs to the Lord.

v 34 summary of chapter