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Sungai Nibong Gospel Hall THE SWEET SAVOUR SACRIFICES 11 March, 2012 Recapitulation: Eph. 5:2 Walk in love, as Christ also hath loved us, and hath given.

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1 Sungai Nibong Gospel Hall THE SWEET SAVOUR SACRIFICES 11 March, 2012 Recapitulation: Eph. 5:2 Walk in love, as Christ also hath loved us, and hath given Himself for us an offering and a sacrifice to God for a sweetsmelling savour.

2 THE LEVITICAL OFFERINGS Introduction. Lev. chs cp. Heb. 10:1-14 [1, 8, 5, 6, 14] The Study of the Shadow after knowing the Substance. For the law having a shadow of good things to come, and not the very image of the things, can never with those sacrifices which they offered year by year continually make the comers thereunto perfect… For it is not possible that the blood of bulls and of goats should take away sins. Wherefore…He saith, Sacrifice and offering Thou wouldest not, but a body hast Thou prepared Me: In burnt offerings and sacrifices for sin Thou hast had no pleasure. Then said I, Lo, I come (in the volume of the book it is written of Me,) to do Thy will, O God.

3 A.THE OFFERINGS VISUALISED. B.THE OFFERINGS CATEGORIZED – Christ, the Sacrifice… 1.1.For a Sweet Smelling Savour Eph. 5:2 For SinII Cor. 5:19-21 a.The Burnt OfferingLev. 1:9Sin OfferingLev. 4:11, 12 b.The Meal Offering2:2Trespass Offering5:11; 7:7 c.The Peace Offering3:5 * A type of God's Delight in our Lord's Surrender to His Will in making atonement * A type of God’s judgment upon Sin as borne by Christ, the Sin-Bearer. 2.For God’s AppreciationFor Man’s Propitiation 1 Jn. 2:2; 4:10 a.Burnt on the Altar1:9; 2:3; 3.5 Burnt “without the camp” Lev. 4:12 b.Burn (Heb. qutar” = to cause to burn.) of incense; lamps of lampstand, and altar sacrifice. 8:16Burn (sahraph) = to consume in a devouring fire Lev. 8:17; 4:12, 21; 6:30; Josh.7:15 c.Voluntary1:1,3; 2:1; 3:1 Compulsory4:3; 5:5, 6

4 CHRIST, THE BURNT OFFERING Lev. 1:1-17; 6: 8-13; cp. Heb. 10: 5-10; Rom. 12:1 Lev. 1:1, 2 A.INTRODUCTION 1.The Call of Jehovah. The Person (it was Personal!) and Place of His Calling 2. The Commitment to Jehovah - "unto the Lord" 1:1 Exo. 19:3 cf. 24:16 Num. 7:89 cf. Exo. 25:22 Rom. 12:1 1:2

5 Lev.1:2 A. INTRODUCTION to the Burnt Offering B. VOLUNTARY YET COMPULSORY. if... ye shall...of the herd, of the flock, etc, 1. A Voluntary Offering - if 2. A Compulsory Obligation - ye shall 3. A Provisionary Offer - of the herd, of the flock, etc. According to i. Ability and Availability ii. Appreciation cf. II Cor. 8:5, 10-12

6 Lev.1:2 A. INTRODUCTION B. VOLUNTARY YET COMPULSORY Lev. 1: 3C. THE NATURE OF THE OFFERING 1. The Approach Offering - "offering" (Heb. korban = approach. See Exo. 23:15; cf. Mk. 7:11) 2. The Ascending Offering - "burnt" (Heb. olah = that which goes up) cf. 6:9; Jud. 13: (20) 3. The Acceptance Offering – “accepted” (v.4)

7 Lev. 1: 3D. THE TYPES OF OFFERING. 1.From the Herd, a Bullock 1:3, 5 Strength in Service. cp. Lk. 9:51Steadfastness 2.From the Flock, a Sheep 1:10 Lamb to the Slaughter, Sheep before her Shearer. Cp. Isa. 53:7 Submissiveness 3.From the Fowl, 2 turtledoves. 1:14 Slain by Sinners cp. II Cor. 13:4 Harmlessness Mt.10:16; I Pet. 2:23 a. There are Degrees of Appreciation of Christ. b. All are Decreed "Accepted" in Christ. 1:4, 9, 13, 17

8 Lev. 1:3 E. THE TYPES IN THE OFFERING 1. Christ is the Offerer -let him offer Heb. 9:14; 10:14 2. Christ is the Offering - his offering 9:14; 10:10,18 a. He is a Very worthy Offering - a male, cf. 4: 13f, 22f ct. Lev. 4:27, 28 - a female b. He is a Voluntary Offering - voluntary will, 10:6, 7 c. He is a Virtuous Offering - without blemish i. He did No Sin.I Pet. 2:22 ii. He knew No Sin.II Cor. 5:21 iii. In Him is No Sin.I Jn. 3:5 3. Christ is the Priest -the priests 1:5 cf. Heb. 4:14

9 Lev. 1:4 F. THE PRESENTATION OF THE OFFERING put his hand upon the head 1. With respect to the Saviour a. A Voluntary Offering - of his own voluntary will 1:3 cp. Jn. 10:18 b. A Vicarious Offering - his hand upon the offering cp. Heb. 9:14 2. With respect to the Sinner a. The Offerer's Oneness with the Offering b. The Offerer's Acceptableness in the Offering. it shall be accepted for him cp. Eph. 1:6

10 Lev. 1:4 – F. THE PRESENTATION OF THE OFFERING - put his hand upon the head Lev. 1:4 - it shall be accepted for him G.THE SATISFACTION IN THE OFFERING: Two aspects of Christ on the Cross: 1. His Atonement for Sin - the Non-Sweet Savour Sacrifices. 6:25 cp. I Jn. 2:2 2. His Acceptance in Submission - the Sweet-Savour Sacrifices. cp. Mt. 26:42 Christ Satisfied (=Atoned) God in the area of Sin and in the area of Submissive Obedience.

11 Lev. 1:5 H. THE SACRIFICE OF THE OFFERING: A Sacrifice Slain (cp. Acts 2:23) 1. Christ, the Person on the Cross - upon the altar Cf. Heb. 13:10 2. Covered the altar - “sprinkled the blood” 3. Call to all, Proclamation of the Cross - round about Lev. 1:6-9 J. CHRIST'S PERFECTION IN THE OFFERING 1. Inwardly before God 1:6 in its pieces cf. Heb. 4: Outwardly before Men1:9 cp. Heb. 7:26

12 Lev. 1:7-9 K. THE PRIEST AND THE OFFERING. Four things only the Priest could do....1:7 1. He Ministered at the Altar.1:7 cp. Heb. 10:11, He adMinistered the Sprinkled Blood. 1:5, 11cp. Heb. 9:11, He Moved the ashes to a clean place. 4:11, 12 cp. Heb. 13: He Maintained a continual burnt offering 6:13; Ex. 29:38-42cp. Heb. 7:23, 24, 27

13 Lev. 1:8-9 L. CHRIST'S SUBMISSION IN THE OFFERING 1. His Will - the head 1:8 cp. Mt. 26:39, 42, His Wisdom (Mind, Heart) - the inwards 1:9 (qereb = centre) stomach and bowels cp. Phil. 2:5-8 (5, 6) 3. His Walk - the legs, 1:9cp. Heb. 4:15 4. His Whole - the fat... All, 1:8, 9; 3:16 cf. Lev. 3:3, 4; cp. Heb.10:5-10

14 Lev. 1:9 M. THE SWEET-SAVOUR SACRIFICE IN THE OFFERING cp. Eph. 5:2 - Christ also hath loved us, and hath given Himself for us an offering and a sacrifice to God for a sweetsmelling savour. Of the Herd: “a male Bullock" [3, 5,9], Of the Flock: "Sheep or goat " [10,13], Of the Fowls: “doves or pigeons" [14,17] ALL...Burnt as Incense on the Altar and as "Sacrifice of a Sweet Savour"

15 N. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE BULLOCK AND THE SHEEP OFFERINGS Lev. 1:10-13 Bullock 1. “kill before the Lord”, 1:5 2. “flay the… offering”, 1:6 3. “the priest shall burn ALL”, 1:6-9 Sheep "kill...northward before the Lord”, 1:11 No mention “The priest shall bring it ALL”, 1:13

16 Lev. 1:14-17 O. THE POOR MAN'S OFFERING. 1. "turtledoves" or "pigeons" in association with Christ's Work. a. The Holy Spirit at His Birth. b. The Holy Spirit at His Baptism c. The Holy Spirit at His Burial (Death) d. The Holy Spirit at His Resurrection Mt. 1:20 cf. Lk. 2:24 Mt. 3:16 cf. Lev. 14: 4, 5; Heb. 9:14 cf. Lev. 14:.6, 7; Rom. 1:4

17 Lev. 1: "turtledoves" or "pigeons" in association with Christ's Work Lev. 1: "turtledoves" or "pigeons" in association with Christian Worship. a. The Poor Man's Offering. See 12: 8 cf. Lk. 2: 24 b. His Unworthiness covered by the Offering's Worthiness. c. His Poor Appreciation yet Accepted as a Sweet Savour.

18 P. THE PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS – The Believer's Burnt Offering. Rom. 12:1 “BE WELL-PLEASING TO GOD": 1. Serve Christ in Consideration for others. Rom. 14:16, 18, RV Let not then your good be evil spoken of:…For he that in these things serveth Christ is acceptable to God, and approved of men.

19 Phil. 4:18, RV 2.Minister to the needs of God's Servants. But I have all, and abound: I am full, having received of Epaphroditus the things which were sent from you, an odour of a sweet smell, a sacrifice acceptable, wellpleasing to God.

20 Col. 3:22; Tit.2:9 3.Recognise the responsibility in earthly relationships. Servants, obey in all things your masters according to the flesh; not with eyeservice, as menpleasers; but in singleness of heart, fearing God: Exhort servants to be obedient unto their own masters, and to please them well in all things; not answering again;

21 Heb. 11:5, 6 4. Have faith in God. By faith Enoch was translated that he should not see death; and was not found, because God had translated him: for before his translation he had this testimony, that he pleased God. But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him.

22 Heb. 13:16 5. Do good to others. But to do good and to communicate forget not: for with such sacrifices God is well pleased.

23 I Pet. 2:20 6. Prepare to suffer wrongfully. For what glory is it, if, when ye be buffeted for your faults, ye shall take it patiently? but if, when ye do well, and suffer for it, ye take it patiently, this is acceptable with God.

24 Conclusion: Be ye a Burnt Offering Rom. 12:1, 2 I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service. And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.

25 Sungai Nibong Gospel Hall THE SWEET SAVOUR SACRIFICES 18 March, 2012 – Study No. 3 The Sweet Savour Meal Offering Leviticus Chapter Two For Review of Notes and to listen to the study on the Burnt Offering again Visit: - Loaves and Fishes

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