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1 Exodus 28,39, Lev1-7 Garments & Sacrifices Exodus & Wandering in the Wilderness

2 Events of the Exodus Chapter 1-5Moses Chapter 6-12Plagues Chapter 13-18Exodus Chapter 19 – Numbers 10 Events at Mt Sinai

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4 The Garments for Priests  Who are the priests? Ex 28:1,43; Num 18:1-7  Sons of Aaron: Nadab, Abihu, Eleazar, and Ithamar  All Levites were not priests Num  Make garments for them exactly as instructed using gold, blue, purple, and scarlet.  The High Priests garment is described in most detail

5 The Garments for Priests  Priests as mediators between God and Israel  Sacrificing before law: Cain/Abel, Abraham, Job  Law of Moses: Priests set apart for this work  Teach Israel all the statutes (Lev 10:10-11; Mal 2:7)  Keep the sanctuary and altar  Make intercession (Heb 7:25)

6 The Garments for Priests  High priest’s layered garments  Undergarment: boxer shorts Ex 28:42-43  Tunic/coatEx 28:39  Robe (blue) of the ephodEx 28:31-35  EphodEx 28:6-14  BreastplateEx 28:15-30  Turban and sashEx 28:36-40

7 The Garments for Priests

8 Rules for Sacrifices  Burnt offeringsLev 1:3-17  Lay hands on it and kill it  Blood sprinkled on and about altar  Fire burning through the night  Ashes removed from camp  Bullocks, sheep, goats, doves, pigeons  Complete dedication and atonementLev 16:24

9 Rules for Sacrifices  Meal (grain) offeringLev 2:1-16  Alone or accompanying other sacrifice  Grain and drink offeringNum 15:1-16  Specific portions specified  Raw, baked, fried, pan-fried, roasted  Frankincense  No yeast or honey  Burnt upon altar, but mainly went to priests

10 Rules for Sacrifices  Peace offering “shelem”Lev 3:1-17  Thanksgiving  Vow  Freewill/voluntary  All is right (or supplication) between the worshipper and God

11 Rules for Sacrifices  Combination of sacrifices (order specified)  Sin offering (forgiveness)  Burnt offering (complete dedication)  Peace offering (ensuing fellowship God/man)

12 Rules for Sacrifices  Sin offeringLev 4 – 5:13  Whole congregation  Priest  Ruler  Other individual  To remove guilt, to remove wrath of God and restore favor

13 Rules for Sacrifices  Sin offerings (continued)  Trespass offeringsLev 5:14-6:7  Specific kind of sin offering  Involves depriving either God or man of something deserved.  Day of Atonement - Unknown sins  Sins of omission - Failures to obey  Law of Restitution – 20% additional to original value  Presumptuous sin – deliberate, willful, arrogantly No sacrificeNu 15:30-31

14 Rules for Sacrifices  Sin offerings (continued)  Trespass offeringsLev 5:14-6:7  Specific kind of sin offering  Involves depriving either God or man of something deserved.  Day of Atonement - Unknown sins  Sins of omission - Failures to obey  Law of Restitution – 20% additional to original value  Presumptuous sin – deliberate, willful, arrogantly No sacrificeNu 15:30-31


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