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經文:

利未記 1:1-1:1

註釋:

  1;  The law of burnt offerings;
  3;  of the herd;
 10;  of the flocks;
 14;  of the fowls.

 * called.
  Ex 19:3  24:1,2,12  29:42  Joh 1:17 
 * out of.
  Ex 25:22  33:7  39:32  40:34,35 

經文:

利未記 1:2-1:2

註釋:

 * If any.
  22:18,19  Ge 4:3,5  1Ch 16:29  Ro 12:1,6  Eph 5:2 
 * an offering.
   {Korban,} from {karav} to approach, an introductory offering,
   or offering of access, in allusion to the present which is
   always required in the East, on being introduced to a
   superior.

經文:

利未記 1:3-1:3

註釋:

 * a burnt.
  6:9-13  8:18,21  Ge 8:20  22:2,8,13  Ex 24:5  29:18,42  32:6  38:1 
  Nu 23:3,10,11,19,23,24,27,30  29:8-11,13  Isa 1:11  Heb 10:8-10 
 * a male.
  3:1  4:23  22:19-24  Ex 12:5  De 15:21  Zec 13:7  Mal 1:14  Lu 1:35 
  Joh 1:36  Eph 5:27  Heb 7:26  9:14  1Pe 1:18,19 
 * his own.
  7:16  22:19,21  Ex 35:5,21,29  36:3  Ps 40:8  110:3  2Co 8:12  9:7 
 * at the.
  16:7  17:4  Ex 29:4  De 12:5,6,13,14,27  Eze 20:40  Joh 10:7,9 
  Eph 2:18 

經文:

利未記 1:4-1:4

註釋:

 * put.
  3:2,8,13  4:4,15,24,29  8:14,22  16:21  Ex 29:10,15,19  Nu 8:12 
  Isa 53:4-6  2Co 5:20,21 
 * be accepted.
  22:21,27  Isa 56:7  Ro 12:1  Php 4:18 
 * atonement.
  4:20,26,31,35  5:6  6:7  9:7  16:24  Nu 15:25,28  25:13 
  2Ch 29:23,24  Da 9:24  Ro 3:25  5:11  Heb 10:4  1Jo 2:2 

經文:

利未記 1:5-1:5

註釋:

 * kill.
  11  3:2,8,13  16:15  2Ch 29:22-24  Mic 6:6 
 * the priests.
  11,15  2Ch 35:11  Heb 10:11 
 * sprinkle.
  11  3:2,8,13  Ex 24:6-8  29:16  Nu 18:17  2Ch 35:11  Isa 52:15 
  Eze 36:25  Heb 12:24  1Pe 1:2 

經文:

利未記 1:6-1:6

註釋:

  7:8  Ge 3:21 

經文:

利未記 1:7-1:7

註釋:

 * fire.
  6:12,13  9:24  10:1  1Ch 21:26  2Ch 7:1  Mal 1:10 
 * lay.
  Ge 22:9  Ne 13:31 

經文:

利未記 1:8-1:8

註釋:

  8:18-21  9:13,14  Ex 29:17,18  1Ki 18:23,33 

經文:

利未記 1:9-1:9

註釋:

 * inwards.
  13  8:21  9:14  Ps 51:6  Jer 4:14  Mt 23:25-28 
 * burn all.
  13,17  3:11  Ps 66:15  Zec 13:7 
 * a sweet.
  Ge 8:21  Eze 20:28,41  2Co 2:15  Eph 5:2  Php 4:18 

經文:

利未記 1:10-1:10

註釋:

 * of the flocks.
  2  Ge 4:4  8:20  Isa 53:6,7  Joh 1:29 
 * a burnt sacrifice.
   {Olah,} a burnt offering, from {(836c)ah,} to ascend, because this
   offering ascended, as it were, to God in flame and smoke,
   being wholly consumed; for which reason its is called in the
   Septuagint, [holo kaut▌a,] a whole burnt offering.  This was
   the most important of all the sacrifices; and no part of it
   was eaten either by the priest or the offerer, but the whole
   was offered to God.  It has been sufficiently shown by learned
   men, that almost every nation of the earth, in every age, had
   their burnt offerings, from the persuasion that there was no
   other way to appease the incensed gods; and they even offered
   human sacrifices, because they imagined that life was
   necessary to redeem life, and that the gods would be satisfied
   with nothing less.

 * a male.
  3  4:23  22:19  Mal 1:14 

經文:

利未記 1:11-1:11

註釋:

 * he shall.
  5  Ex 40:22  Eze 8:5 
 * northward.
  6:25  7:2 
 * and the.
  7-9  9:12-14 

經文:

利未記 1:12-1:12

註釋:

  6-8 

經文:

利未記 1:13-1:13

註釋:

  9 

經文:

利未記 1:14-1:14

註釋:

 * of fowls.
  5:7  12:8  Mt 11:29  Lu 2:24  2Co 8:12  Heb 7:26 

經文:

利未記 1:15-1:15

註釋:

 * wring off his head.  or, pinch off the head with the nail.
  5:8  Ps 22:1,21  69:1-21  Isa 53:4,5,10  Mt 26:1-27:66  1Jo 2:27 

經文:

利未記 1:16-1:16

註釋:

 * his feathers.  or, the filth thereof.
  Lu 1:35  1Pe 1:2 
 * by the place.
  4:12  6:10,11  16:27  Heb 13:11-14 

經文:

利未記 1:17-1:17

註釋:

 * shall not.
  Ge 15:10  Ps 16:10  Mt 27:50  Joh 19:30  Ro 4:25  1Pe 1:19-21  3:18 
 * it is.
  9,10,13  Ge 8:21  Heb 10:6-12  13:15,16 

經文:

利未記 2:1-2:1

註釋:

  1;  The meat offering of flour with oil and incense,
  4;  either baked in the oven,
  5;  or on a plate,
  7;  or in a frying-pan.
 12;  The first fruits not to be burnt on the altar.
 13;  Salt to be used with every offering.
 14;  The offering of first fruits in the ear.

 * meat offering.
   {Minchah,} from the Arabic {manacha,} to give, especially as
   a reciprocal gift, a gift, oblation, or eucharistical or
   gratitude offering, for the bounties of providence displayed
   in the fruits of the earth.  It is termed a meat offering by
   our translators, because the term meat in their time was the
   general name for food.

  6:14-18,20-23  9:17  Nu 15:4-21  Isa 66:20  Joh 6:35 
 * fine flour.
  Ex 29:2  Nu 7:13,19  Joe 1:9  2:14 
 * pour oil.
  4-8,15,16  7:10-12  1Jo 2:20,27  Jude 1:20 
 * frankincense.
  Mal 1:11  Lu 1:9,10  Re 8:3 

經文:

利未記 2:2-2:2

註釋:

 * the memorial.
  9  5:12  6:15  24:7  Ex 30:16  Nu 5:18  Ne 13:14,22  Isa 66:3 
  Ac 10:4 

經文:

利未記 2:3-2:3

註釋:

 * the remnant.
  6:16,17,26  7:9  10:12,13  21:22  Nu 18:9  1Sa 2:28 
 * most holy.
  6:17  10:12  21:22  Ex 29:37  Nu 18:9 

經文:

利未記 2:4-2:4

註釋:

 * meat offering.
  1Ch 23:28,29  Ps 22:14  Eze 46:20  Mt 26:38  Joh 12:27 
 * the oven.
   {Tannur}, probably such an oven as that described by
   D'Arvieux, as used by the Arabs.  He states that they make a
   fire in a great stone pitcher, and when heated, mix meal and
   water, which they apply with the hollow of their hands to the
   outside, and this soft paste spreading itself upon it, is
   baked in an instant, and the bread comes of as thin as our
   wafers.

  1:11  6:17  7:12  10:12  Ex 12:8  1Co 5:7,8  Heb 7:26  1Pe 2:1,22 
 * wafers.
  Ex 16:31  29:2  Isa 42:1  44:3-5  61:1  Joh 3:34 

經文:

利未記 2:5-2:5

註釋:

 * in a pan.  or, on a flat plate, or slice.
   {Machavath,} a flat iron plate, such as the Arabs still use
   to bake their cakes on, and which is called a griddle in some
   of our counties.

經文:

利未記 2:6-2:6

註釋:

  1:6  Ps 22:1-21  Mr 14:1-15:47  Joh 18:1-19:42 

經文:

利未記 2:7-2:7

註釋:

 * the frying-pan.
   {Marchesheth}, a shallow earthen vessel, like a frying pan,
   which the Arabs call a {tajen.}

 * of fine.
  1,2 

經文:

利未記 2:8-2:8

註釋:

  8 

經文:

利未記 2:9-2:9

註釋:

 * a memorial.
  2  6:15 
 * an offering.
  2  Ex 29:18  Ps 22:13,14  Isa 53:10  Zec 13:7,9  Ro 12:1  15:16 
  Eph 5:2  Php 2:17  4:18 

經文:

利未記 2:10-2:10

註釋:

  3 

經文:

利未記 2:11-2:11

註釋:

 * no leaven.
  6:17  Ex 12:19,20  Mt 16:6,11,12  Mr 8:15  Lu 12:1  1Co 5:6-8 
  Ga 5:9 
 * honey.
  Pr 24:13  25:16,27  Lu 21:34  Ac 14:22  1Pe 4:2 

經文:

利未記 2:12-2:12

註釋:

 * the oblation.
  Ge 23:10,11,17  Ex 22:29  23:10,11,19  Nu 15:20  De 26:10 
  2Ch 31:5  1Co 15:20  Re 14:4 
 * be burnt.  Heb. ascend.

經文:

利未記 2:13-2:13

註釋:

 * with salt.
  Ezr 7:22  Eze 43:24  Mt 5:13  Mr 9:49,50  Col 4:6 
 * the salt.
  Nu 18:19  2Ch 13:5 
 * with all thine.
  Eze 43:24 

經文:

利未記 2:14-2:14

註釋:

 * a meat offering.
   These first fruits seem to have been the voluntary oblation
   brought by individuals, of the finest ears of corn out of the
   field, before the harvest was ripe.

  22:29  23:10,14-17,20  Ge 4:3  Nu 28:2  De 26:2  Pr 3:9,10 
  Isa 53:2-10  Mal 1:11  1Co 15:20  Re 14:4 
 * corn beaten.
  2Ki 4:42 

經文:

利未記 2:15-2:15

註釋:

  1 

經文:

利未記 2:16-2:16

註釋:

  1,2,4-7,9,12  Ps 141:2  Isa 11:2-4  61:1  Ro 8:26,27  Heb 5:7 

經文:

利未記 3:1-3:1

註釋:

  1;  The peace offering of the herd;
  6;  of the flock;
  7;  whether a lamb,
 12;  or a goat.
 17;  A prohibition to eat fat or blood.

 * a sacrifice.
  7:11-21,29-34  22:19-21  Ex 20:24  24:5  29:28  Nu 6:14  7:17 
  Jud 20:26  21:4  1Ch 21:26  Pr 7:14  Eze 45:15  Am 5:22  Ro 5:1,2 
  Col 1:20  1Jo 1:3 
 * without.
  1:3  Nu 6:14  Mal 1:8,14  Heb 10:22 

經文:

利未記 3:2-3:2

註釋:

 * lay.
  1:4,5  8:22  16:21,22  Ex 29:10  Isa 53:6  2Co 5:21  1Jo 1:9,10 
 * kill it.
  1:11  Zec 12:10  Ac 2:36-38  3:15,26  4:10-12,26-28 

經文:

利未記 3:3-3:3

註釋:

 * the fat.  or, suet.
  16  4:8,9  7:3,4  Ex 29:13,22  De 30:6  Ps 119:70  Pr 23:26 
  Isa 6:10  Eze 36:26  Mt 13:16  15:8  Ro 5:5  6:6 

經文:

利未記 3:4-3:4

註釋:

 * caul above the liver, with the kidneys.  or, midriff over the
   liver, and over the kidneys.
  10,15  4:9  7:4  8:16,25  9:10,19  Ex 29:13  *marg: 
  Ex 29:22 

經文:

利未記 3:5-3:5

註釋:

 * Aaron's.
  1:9  4:31,35  6:12  9:9,10  Ex 29:13  1Sa 2:15,16  1Ki 8:64 
  2Ch 35:14  Eze 44:7,15 
 * upon the burnt.
  6:12  1Pe 2:5 

經文:

利未記 3:6-3:6

註釋:

 * a sacrifice.
  Ga 4:4  Eph 1:10  2:13-22 
 * be of.
  1  1:2,10  Isa 60:7 
 * male.
  Ga 3:28 
 * he shall.
  1-17  Ac 4:27  Ro 12:1,2  Tit 2:11,12 

經文:

利未記 3:7-3:7

註釋:

 * offer it.
  1  1Ki 8:62  Eph 5:2,12  Heb 9:14 

經文:

利未記 3:8-3:8

註釋:

 * he shall.
  2-5,13  4:4,15,24  Isa 53:6,11,12  2Co 5:21  1Pe 2:24 
 * kill it.
  Eph 2:18  3:12  Heb 10:19-22 
 * sprinkle.
  1:5,11  Mt 3:17  2Co 5:19 

經文:

利未記 3:9-3:9

註釋:

 * the fat.
  3,4  Pr 23:26  Isa 53:10 
 * the whole rump.
   To what has already been said on the tails of eastern sheep,
   we may add the testimony of Ludolf, who states that they are
   so very large, some of them weighing from twelve to fourteen
   pounds, "that the owners are obliged to tie a little cart
   behind them, whereupon they put the tail of the sheep, as
   well for the convenience of carriage, and to ease the poor
   creatures, as to preserve the wool from dirt, and the tail
   from being torn among the bushes and stones."  The same is
   testified by Dr. Russell, who says, "In some other places
   where they feed in the fields, the shepherds are obliged to
   fix a piece of thin board to the under part of the tail, to
   prevent its being torn by bushes, thistles, etc., as it is
   not covered underneath with thick wool, like the upper part;
   and some have small wheels to facilitate the dragging of the
   board after them."

  7:3  8:25  9:19  Ex 29:22 

經文:

利未記 3:10-3:10

註釋:

 * the caul.
  4 

經文:

利未記 3:11-3:11

註釋:

 * burn.
  5  Ps 22:14  Isa 53:4-10  Ro 8:32 
 * the food.
  16  21:6,8,17,21,22  22:25  Nu 28:2  Eze 44:7  Mal 1:7,12 
  1Co 10:21  Re 3:20 

經文:

利未記 3:12-3:12

註釋:

 * a goat.
  1,7-17  1:2,6,10  9:3,15  10:16  22:19-27  Isa 53:2,6  Mt 25:32,33 
  Ro 8:3  2Co 5:21 

經文:

利未記 3:13-3:13

註釋:

 * lay his hand.
  1-5,8  Isa 53:6,11,12  2Co 5:21  1Pe 2:24  3:18 
 * sprinkle.
  2,8  Isa 52:15  Ro 5:6-11,15-21  Heb 12:24  1Pe 1:2 

經文:

利未記 3:14-3:14

註釋:

 * the fat that covereth.
  3-5,9-11  Ps 22:14,15  Pr 23:26  Jer 20:18  Mt 22:37  26:38 
  Ro 12:1,2 

經文:

利未記 3:15-3:15

註釋:

  15 

經文:

利未記 3:16-3:16

註釋:

 * it is the food.
  11 
 * all the fat.
  3-5,9-11,14,15  4:8-19,26,31  7:23-25  8:25  9:24  17:6 
  Ex 29:13,22  1Sa 2:15,16  2Ch 7:7  Isa 53:10  Mt 22:37 

經文:

利未記 3:17-3:17

註釋:

 * a perpetual.
  6:18  7:36  16:34  17:7  23:14  Nu 19:21 
 * eat neither.
   That is, neither the blood which is contained in the larger
   veins and arteries, nor the fat or suet which is within the
   animal, which exists in a separate or unmixed state, as the
   {omentum} or {caul,} the fat of the {mesentery,} or fatty
   part of the substance which connects the convolutions of the
   alimentary canal or small intestines, the fat of the kidneys,
   and whatever else of the internal fat was easily separable,
   together with the whole of the tail already described; for
   the blood which assumes the form of gravy, and the fat which
   is intermixed with the other flesh, might be eaten.  This law
   not only related to the sacrifices, but to all the cattle
   which the Israelites slaughtered for food.

  16  De 32:14  Ne 8:10 
 * blood.
  7:23,25-27  17:10-14  Ge 9:4  De 12:16,23  15:23  1Sa 14:32-34 
  Eze 33:25  44:7,15  Mt 16:24  26:28  Ac 15:20,21,29  Eph 1:7  5:26 
  1Ti 4:4 

經文:

利未記 4:1-4:1

註釋:

  1;  The sin offering of ignorance;
  3;  for the priest;
 13;  for the congregation;
 22;  for the ruler;
 27;  for any of the people;

  1 

經文:

利未記 4:2-4:2

註釋:

 * through.
  5:15,17  Nu 15:22-29  De 19:4  1Sa 14:27  Ps 19:12  1Ti 1:13 
  Heb 5:2  9:7 
 * which ought.
  27  Ge 20:9  Jas 3:10 

經文:

利未記 4:3-4:3

註釋:

 * the priest.
  8:12  21:10-12  Ex 29:7,21 
 * a young bullock.
  14  9:2  16:6,11  Eze 43:19 
 * for a sin.
  5:6  Ex 29:14  30:10  Nu 8:8  Ezr 8:35  Ro 8:3  2Co 5:21  Heb 5:3 
  Heb 7:27,28 

經文:

利未記 4:4-4:4

註釋:

 * bring.
  1:3  Ex 29:10,11 
 * lay his hand.
  1:4  16:21  Isa 53:6  Da 9:26  1Pe 3:18 

經文:

利未記 4:5-4:5

註釋:

  16,17  16:14,19  Nu 19:4  1Jo 1:7 

經文:

利未記 4:6-4:6

註釋:

 * dip.
  17,25,30,34  8:15  9:9  16:14,19  Nu 19:4 
 * seven times.
   The number seven is what is called a number of perfection
   among the Hebrews; and is often used to denote the
   completion, fulness, or perfection of a thing.

  14:16,18,27  25:8  26:18,24,28  Jos 6:4,8 

經文:

利未記 4:7-4:7

註釋:

 * the horns.
  8:15  9:9  16:18  Ex 30:1-10  Ps 118:27  Heb 9:21-15 
 * all the blood.
  18,34  5:9  8:15  Eph 2:13 

經文:

利未記 4:8-4:8

註釋:

  19,26,31,35  3:3-5,9-11,14-16  7:3-5  16:25  Isa 53:10  Joh 12:27 

經文:

利未記 4:9-4:9

註釋:

  9 

經文:

利未記 4:10-4:10

註釋:

  10 

經文:

利未記 4:11-4:11

註釋:

  21  6:30  8:14-17  9:8-11  16:27  Ex 29:14  Nu 19:5  Ps 103:12 
  Heb 13:11-13 

經文:

利未記 4:12-4:12

註釋:

 * without the camp.  Heb. to without the camp.
   This was intended, figuratively, to express the enormity of
   this sin, and the availableness of the atonement.  The
   sacrifice, as having the sin of the priest transferred from
   himself to it, by his confession and imposition of hands, was
   become unclean and abominable, and was carried, as it were,
   out of God's sight; and thus its own offensiveness was
   removed, with the sin of the person in whose behalf it was
   offered.

  13:46  Nu 5:3  15:35  19:3 
 * the ashes.
  6:10,11 
 * burn him.
  Ex 29:14  Nu 19:5  Heb 13:11 
 * where the ashes are poured out.  Heb. at the pouring out of
   the ashes.

經文:

利未記 4:13-4:13

註釋:

 * the whole congregation.
   This may refer to some oversight in acts of religious
   worship, or to some transgression of the letter of the law,
   which arose out of the peculiar circumstances in which they
   were found, as in the case mentioned in 1; Sa 14:32, et seq.
   The sacrifices and rites in this case were the same as in the
   preceding; only here the elders laid their hands on the head
   of the victim, in the name of all the congregation.

 * through ignorance.
  1,2  5:2-5,17  Nu 15:24-29  Jos 7:11,24-26  1Ti 1:13  Heb 10:26-29 
 * and are guilty.
  5:2-5,17  6:4  Ezr 10:19  Ho 5:15  *marg: 
  1Co 11:27 

經文:

利未記 4:14-4:14

註釋:

 * young bullock.
  3 

經文:

利未記 4:15-4:15

註釋:

 * the elders.
  Ex 24:1,9  Nu 11:16,25  De 21:3-9 
 * lay.
  4  1:4  16:21 

經文:

利未記 4:16-4:16

註釋:

  5-12  Heb 9:12-14 

經文:

利未記 4:17-4:17

註釋:

  6,7 

經文:

利未記 4:18-4:18

註釋:

 * upon the.
  7 
 * and shall pour out.
   The reason for pouring out the blood, which is so constantly
   and strictly required by the law, was in opposition to an
   idolatrous custom of the ancient Zabii, who "were accustomed
   to eat of the blood of their sacrifices, because they
   imagined this to be the food of their gods, with whom they
   thought they had such communion, by eating their meat, that
   they revealed to them future things."--Maimonides

經文:

利未記 4:19-4:19

註釋:

  8-10,26,31,35  5:6  6:7  12:8  14:18  Nu 15:25  Ps 22:14  Heb 1:3 
  Heb 9:14 

經文:

利未記 4:20-4:20

註釋:

 * with the.
  3 
 * an atonement.
  26  1:4  5:6  6:7  12:8  14:18  Ex 32:30  Nu 15:25  Da 9:24  Ro 5:11 
  Ga 3:13  Heb 1:3  2:17  9:14  10:10-12  1Jo 1:7  2:2  Re 1:5 

經文:

利未記 4:21-4:21

註釋:

 * as he.
  11,12 
 * a sin offering.
  16:15,21  2Ch 29:21-24  Ezr 8:35  Mt 20:28  2Co 5:21  1Ti 2:5,6 

經文:

利未記 4:22-4:22

註釋:

 * a ruler hath sinned.
   Under the term {nasi,} that is, one preferred or elevated
   above others, from {nasa,} to exalt, it is probable that any
   person is meant who held any kind of political dignity among
   the people; and it evidently means the head of a tribe as in
   Nu 1:4, 16; 7:2.  But the Rabbins generally understand it of
   the prince of the great sanhedrin, who, when they were under
   the regal form of government, was the king.  A kid of the
   goats was the sacrifice in this case; and the rites were
   nearly the same as in the preceding, only the fat was burnt as
   that of the peace offering.  (ver. 26.)

  Ex 18:21  Nu 16:2  2Sa 21:1-3  24:10-17 
 * and done.
  2,13 

經文:

利未記 4:23-4:23

註釋:

 * if his sin.
  14  5:4  2Ki 22:10-13 
 * a kid.
  9:3  23:19  Nu 7:16,22,28,34  15:24  28:15,30  29:5,11,16,19 
  Ro 8:3 

經文:

利未記 4:24-4:24

註釋:

 * And he.
  4-35  Isa 53:6 
 * in the place.
  1:5,11  3:2,8,13  4:4,15,29,33  6:25  7:2  16:15  Ex 29:38 
 * it is a sin.
  3,21,31,35 

經文:

利未記 4:25-4:25

註釋:

 * put.
  7,18,30,34  8:10,15  9:9  16:18  Isa 40:21  Ro 3:24-26  8:3,4  10:4 
  Heb 2:10  9:22 

經文:

利未記 4:26-4:26

註釋:

 * the fat.
  8-10,35 
 * See on ch.
  3:5  6:20-30 
 * an atonement.
  20  Nu 15:28 

經文:

利未記 4:27-4:27

註釋:

 * any one.  Heb. any soul.
  2  Nu 15:27 
 * common people.  Heb. people of the land .
   {Am ha(8472)etz;} that is, any individual who was not a priest,
   king, or ruler among the people; an ordinary person.  Any of
   these having transgressed, was obliged to bring a lamb or
   kid, the ceremonies being nearly the same as in the preceding
   cases.

  2,13  Ex 12:49  Nu 5:6  15:16,29 

經文:

利未記 4:28-4:28

註釋:

 * a kid.
  23,32  5:6  Ge 3:15  Isa 7:14  Jer 31:22  Ro 8:3  Ga 4:4,5 
 * a female.
  23  Ga 3:28 

經文:

利未記 4:29-4:29

註釋:

  4,15,24,33  Heb 10:4-14 

經文:

利未記 4:30-4:30

註釋:

 * upon the horns.
  25,34  Isa 42:21  Ro 8:3,4  10:4  Heb 2:10 
 * pour out.
   There may have been some place at the bottom of the altar to
   receive and carry off the blood.

經文:

利未記 4:31-4:31

註釋:

 * all the fat.
  8-10,19,26,35  3:3-5,9-11,14-16 
 * a sweet.
  1:9,13,17  3:3,5  8:21  Ex 29:18  Ezr 6:10  Job 42:8  Ps 40:6,7 
  Ps 51:16,17  69:30,31  Isa 42:21  53:10  Mt 3:17  Eph 5:2  Heb 1:3 
  Heb 9:12,14,15  10:12,14  1Pe 2:4,5  1Jo 1:7  4:9,10  Re 5:9 
 * and the priest.
  26,35 

經文:

利未記 4:32-4:32

註釋:

 * a lamb.
  28  3:6,7  5:6  Ex 12:3,5  Isa 53:7  Lu 1:35  Joh 1:29,36  Heb 7:26 
  1Pe 1:18-20  2:22,24  3:18  Re 5:6,8,9 
 * without blemish.
  28  Eph 5:27  Heb 9:14  1Pe 2:22  3:18 

經文:

利未記 4:33-4:33

註釋:

  4,29-31 

經文:

利未記 4:34-4:34

註釋:

 * the horns of the altar.
  25,30  Isa 42:21  Joh 17:19  Ro 8:1,3  10:4  2Co 5:21  Heb 2:10 
  Heb 10:29  1Pe 1:18-20  2:24  3:18 

經文:

利未記 4:35-4:35

註釋:

 * And he.
  31 
 * according.
  1:1-6:19 
 * and the priest shall make.
  20,26,30,31  1:4  5:6,10,13  6:7  9:7  12:8  14:18,53  16:1-34 
  Nu 15:25  Ro 3:24-26  4:25  5:6-11,15-21  8:1,3,4  10:4  2Co 5:21 
  Eph 1:6,7  5:2  Col 1:14  Heb 1:3  4:14  7:26  9:14  1Pe 1:18,19 
  1Pe 2:22,24  3:18  1Jo 1:7  2:2  4:9,10  Re 1:5,6 

經文:

利未記 5:1-5:1

註釋:

  1;  He that sins in concealing his knowledge;
  2;  in touching an unclean thing;
  4;  or in making an oath.
  6;  His trespass offering, of the flock;
  7;  of fowls;
 11;  or of flour.
 14;  The trespass offering in sacrilege;
 17;  and in sins of ignorance.

 * a soul.
  15,17  4:2  Eze 18:4,20 
 * hear.
  Ex 22:11  Jud 17:2  1Ki 8:31  22:16  2Ch 18:15  Pr 29:24  30:9 
  Mt 26:63 
 * the voice of swearing.
   {Kol alah,} rather, "the voice of adjuration," [ph▋(826e)
   orkismou,] as the LXX. render; for this does not relate to the
   duty of informing against a common swearer, but to the case of
   a person who, being adjured by the civil magistrate to answer
   upon oath, refuses to declare what he knows upon the
   subject--such an one shall bear his iniquity--shall be
   considered as guilty in the sight of God of the transgression
   which he has endeavoured to conceal, and must expect to be
   punished for hiding the iniquity with which he was acquainted.

 * bear.
  17  7:18  17:16  19:8  20:17  Nu 9:13  Ps 38:4  Isa 53:11  1Pe 2:24 

經文:

利未記 5:2-5:2

註釋:

 * touch.
  7:21  11:24,28,31,39  Nu 19:11-16  De 14:8  Isa 52:11  Hag 2:13 
  2Co 6:17 
 * hidden.
  4,17  Ps 19:12  Lu 11:44 
 * and guilty.
  17  4:13 

經文:

利未記 5:3-5:3

註釋:

 * the uncleanness.
  12:1-13:59  15:1-33  22:4-6  Nu 19:11-16 

經文:

利未記 5:4-5:4

註釋:

 * if a soul.
   This relates to rash oaths or vows, which a man was
   afterwards unable, or which it would have been sinful, to
   perform.

 * to do evil.
  27:2-34  Jos 2:14  9:15  Jud 9:19  11:31  21:7,18  1Sa 1:11 
  1Sa 14:24-28  24:21,22  25:22  2Sa 21:7  2Ki 6:31  Ps 132:2-5 
  Ec 5:2-6  Eze 17:18,19  Mt 14:7,9  Mr 6:23  Ac 23:12 

經文:

利未記 5:5-5:5

註釋:

 * confess.
  16:21  26:40  Nu 5:7  Jos 7:19  Ezr 10:11,12  Job 33:27  Ps 32:5 
  Pr 28:13  Jer 3:13  Da 9:4  Ro 10:10  1Jo 1:8-10 

經文:

利未記 5:6-5:6

註釋:

 * trespass offering.
   It is remarkable, that in this and the following verse, the
   sacrifice offered is indifferently called {asham,} a trespass
   offering, and {chattath,} a sin offering; yet the Marginal
   References show that these differ in several respects.  Sin
   offerings were sometimes offered for the whole congregation;
   trespass offerings never, but only for particular persons.
   Bullocks were sometimes used for sin offerings, never for
   trespass offerings.  The blood of the sin offerings was put
   on the horns of the altar, that of the trespass offerings was
   only sprinkled round the bottom of the altar.  The sin
   offering seems to have been for the expiation of offences
   committed in matters of religion, from a mistake or
   inadvertency respecting the law; but the trespass offering
   was required for the casual deviations from the ritual law,
   when well known, or for crimes against moral precepts,
   implying injustice to man.

  4:28,32  6:6  7:1-7  14:12,13  19:21,22  Nu 6:12  Eze 40:39  42:13 
 * a female.
  4:28,32 
 * the priest.
  4:20 

經文:

利未記 5:7-5:7

註釋:

 * he be not able to bring a lamb.  Heb. his hand cannot reach
   to the sufficiency of a lamb.
  11  12:8  14:21  2Co 8:12  Jas 2:5,6 
 * two turtle-doves.
  1:14,15  Mt 3:16  10:16  Lu 2:24 
 * one.
  8,9  9:3  14:22,31  15:14,15,30  16:5  Heb 10:6-10 

經文:

利未記 5:8-5:8

註釋:

 * wring off.
  1:15  Ro 4:25  1Pe 3:18 

經文:

利未記 5:9-5:9

註釋:

 * sprinkle.
  1:5  4:25,30,34  7:2  Ex 12:22,23  Isa 42:21  Heb 2:10  12:24 
 * the rest.
  4:7,18,25,30,34 

經文:

利未記 5:10-5:10

註釋:

 * offer.
  1:14-17  Eph 5:2 
 * manner.  or, ordinance.
  1:14-17 
 * make.
  6,13,16  4:20,26,31,35  Ro 5:11  1Jo 2:2 
 * it.
  Jas 5:15 

經文:

利未記 5:11-5:11

註釋:

 * But if.
  7 
 * the tenth part.
  Ex 16:18,36 
 * fine flour.
  2:1  Nu 7:13,19-89  15:4-9 
 * no oil.
  2:1,2,4,5,15,16  Nu 5:15  Ps 22:1-21  69:1-21  Isa 53:2-10 
 * for it is.
  6,9,12  2Co 5:21 

經文:

利未記 5:12-5:12

註釋:

 * a memorial.
  2:2,9,16  6:15  Nu 5:26  Ac 10:4  Eph 5:2 
 * according.
  1:9,13,17  2:9  3:4,11  4:35 

經文:

利未記 5:13-5:13

註釋:

 * the priest.
  6  4:20,26,31 
 * shall be.
  2:3,10  7:6  1Sa 2:28  Ho 4:8  1Co 9:13 

經文:

利未記 5:14-5:14

註釋:

  14 

經文:

利未記 5:15-5:15

註釋:

 * a soul.
  1,2  4:2 
 * in the.
  16  7:1,6  10:17,18  22:1-16  24:5-9  27:9-33  Nu 18:9-32 
  De 12:5-12,26  15:19,20  26:1-15 
 * ram.
  18  6:6  Ezr 10:19 
 * thy estimation.
  26:2-8,12,13,17,18,23-27 
 * the shekel.
  27:25  Ex 30:13 

經文:

利未記 5:16-5:16

註釋:

 * make.
  22:14  Ex 22:1,3,4  Ps 69:4  Lu 19:8  Ac 26:20 
 * the fifth.
  6:4,5  27:13,15,27,31  Nu 5:7 
 * and the priest.
  6,10,13  4:26  Heb 9:13,14  1Jo 2:1,2 

經文:

利未記 5:17-5:17

註釋:

 * a soul sin.
   This case is supposed to differ from the preceding, merely in
   that the person concerned was not certain whether he had or
   had not committed the trespass.  It is therefore called by
   the Hebrews a doubtful trespass offering.

  1  4:2-4,13,22,27 
 * though.
  15  Ps 19:12  Lu 12:48  Ro 14:23 
 * yet is he.
  1,2  4:2,13,27 

經文:

利未記 5:18-5:18

註釋:

 * And he.
  15,16 
 * for a trespass.
  6:6  1Ti 2:5,6 
 * and the priest.
  16  1:4  4:20  6:7 

經文:

利未記 5:19-5:19

註釋:

 * trespassed.
  Ezr 10:2  Ps 51:4  Mal 3:8  2Co 5:19-21 

經文:

利未記 6:1-6:1

註釋:

  1;  The trespass offering for sins done wittingly.
  8;  The law of the burnt offering;
 14;  and of the meat offering.
 19;  The offering at the consecration of a priest.
 24;  The law of the sin offering.

  1 

經文:

利未記 6:2-6:2

註釋:

 * commit,
  5:15,19  Nu 5:6-8  Ps 51:4 
 * lie.
  19:11  Ge 26:7  Joh 8:44  Ac 5:4  Eph 4:25  Col 3:9  Re 22:15 
 * in that.
  Ex 22:7-10 
 * in fellowship.  or, in dealing.  Heb. in putting of the hand.
  Isa 21:2  24:16  33:1  Hab 1:13 
 * deceived.
  Pr 24:28  26:19  Isa 59:13-15  Jer 9:5  Am 8:5  Mic 6:10-12 

經文:

利未記 6:3-6:3

註釋:

 * have found.
  Ex 23:4  De 22:1-3 
 * sweareth.
  19:12  Ex 22:9-11  Pr 30:9  Jer 5:2  7:9  Zec 5:4  Mal 3:5 

經文:

利未記 6:4-6:4

註釋:

 * because.
  4:13-15  5:3,4 
 * which he.
  Ge 21:25  Job 20:19  24:2  Isa 59:6  Eze 18:7,12,18  Am 3:10 
  Mic 2:2  Zep 1:9 

經文:

利未記 6:5-6:5

註釋:

 * restore.
  5:16  Ex 22:1,4,7,9  Nu 5:7,8  1Sa 12:3  2Sa 12:6  Pr 6:30,31 
  Isa 58:6,9  Lu 19:8 
 * in the principal.
   The property itself, if still remaining, or its full value,
   to which a fifth part more was to be added, to compensate the
   owner for the loss he had sustained by being deprived of the
   use of his goods.  He must also bring a trespass offering to
   the Lord; which was intended to show that disobedience to God
   is the great evil, even of those crimes which are injurious
   to man, and that repentance, and even restitution, though
   needful in order to forgiveness, cannot atone for sin.

 * of his trespass offering.  or, of his being found guilty.
   Heb. of trespass.
  Mt 5:23,24 

經文:

利未記 6:6-6:6

註釋:

 * a ram.
  5:15,18  Isa 53:10,11 

經文:

利未記 6:7-6:7

註釋:

 * make.
  4:20,26,31  5:10,13,15,16,18  Ex 34:7  Eze 18:21-23,26,27 
  Eze 33:14-16,19  Mic 7:18  1Jo 1:7,9  2:1,2 
 * it shall be.
  Isa 1:18  Mt 12:31  1Co 6:9-11 

經文:

利未記 6:8-6:8

註釋:

   At this verse the Jews begin the twenty-fifth section of the
   law, and also, in the best Hebrew Bibles, the sixth chapter,
   which undoubtedly ought to begin here, as the inspired writer
   enters upon a new subject; the former part of the book being
   intended for the instruction of the people relative to the
   several sacrifices to be brought; but this for the
   instruction of the priests respecting some particulars of
   their official services.

經文:

利未記 6:9-6:9

註釋:

 * of the burnt.
  1:1-17  Ex 29:38-42  Nu 28:3 
 * because of the burning.  or, for the burning.
  12,13 

經文:

利未記 6:10-6:10

註釋:

 * linen garment.
  16:4  Ex 28:39-43  39:27-29  Eze 44:17,18  Re 7:13  19:8,14 
 * consumed.
  1:9,13,17  Nu 16:21,35  Ps 20:3  *marg: 
  Ps 37:20 
 * beside.
  1:16 

經文:

利未記 6:11-6:11

註釋:

 * put off.
  16:23,24  Eze 44:19 
 * without.
  4:12,21  14:40,41  16:27  Heb 13:11-13 

經文:

利未記 6:12-6:12

註釋:

 * the fire.
  9:24  Nu 4:13,14  Mr 9:48,49  Heb 10:27 
 * burn wood.
  1:7-9  3:3-5,9-11,14-16  Ex 29:38-42  Ne 13:31 
   The efficacy of the priesthood and mediation of Christ is
   perpetual, and we can never approach to God in his name, by
   day or night, unseasonably.  The ministers of Christ should
   have the fire of their zeal constantly burning.

經文:

利未記 6:13-6:13

註釋:

  13 

經文:

利未記 6:14-6:14

註釋:

 * the meat offering.
  2:1,2  Nu 15:4,6,9  Joh 6:32 

經文:

利未記 6:15-6:15

註釋:

 * the memorial.
  2:2,9 

經文:

利未記 6:16-6:16

註釋:

 * the remainder.
  2:3,10  5:13  Eze 44:29  1Co 9:13-15 
 * unleavened.
  Ex 12:8  1Co 5:8 
 * shall it.
  26  10:12,13  Nu 18:9,10 

經文:

利未記 6:17-6:17

註釋:

 * baken.
  2:11  1Pe 2:22 
 * I have.
  Nu 18:9,10 
 * it is most holy.
  25  2:3  7:1,6  Ex 29:33,34,37 

經文:

利未記 6:18-6:18

註釋:

 * the males.
  29  21:21,22  Nu 18:10 
 * It shall.
  3:17 
 * every one.
   {Kol asher yigg(8320)bahem yikdash,} "all (whether person or
   thing) that toucheth them shall be (or must be) holy;" that
   is, the priests must not eat of these oblations when under
   any ceremonial defilement, and the sacred utensils used about
   them must not be employed for any other purpose, or in any
   other way.

  22:3-7  Ex 29:37  Hag 2:12-14  Zec 14:20,21  1Pe 1:16  2:9 

經文:

利未記 6:19-6:19

註釋:

  19 

經文:

利未記 6:20-6:20

註釋:

 * the offering.
   This oblation, which the Jews call a {mincha} of initiation,
   seems to have been required of the high priest alone "on the
   day in which he was anointed," and from that time, every
   morning and evening, as long as he continued in office, and
   then in like manner of his successor; for, by "the sons of
   Aaron," may be understood his descendants and successors in
   the high priesthood, in their generations.

  Ex 29:2  Nu 18:26-32  Heb 5:1  7:27  8:3,4 
 * in the day.
   The word {beyom} signifies not only in the day, but from that
   day forward; for it was a daily oblation, and for them and
   their successors, a statue for ever.

  22 
 * the tenth.
  5:1  Ex 16:36 
 * a meat offering.
  2:1-16  Ex 29:35-42  Nu 28:3,10 

經文:

利未記 6:21-6:21

註釋:

  2:5  7:9  1Ch 9:31 

經文:

利未記 6:22-6:22

註釋:

 * is anointed.
  4:3  De 10:6  Heb 7:23 
 * wholly.
  8:21  Ex 29:22-25  Isa 53:10 

經文:

利未記 6:23-6:23

註釋:

 * shall be.
   The meat offering of the people was eaten by the priests, who
   typically bore and expiated their sins; but as no priest,
   being a sinner, could make atonement for himself, his meat
   offering must not be eaten, but wholly burnt on the altar,
   which was a typical transfer of his guilt to the great
   antitype who actually bore and expiated it.

 * it shall not be.
  16,17  2:10 

經文:

利未記 6:24-6:24

註釋:

  24 

經文:

利未記 6:25-6:25

註釋:

 * the law.
  4:2,3-20,21,24,33,34 
 * In the.
  1:3,5,11  4:24,29,33 
 * it is.
  17  21:22 

經文:

利未記 6:26-6:26

註釋:

 * priest.
  10:17,18  Nu 18:9,10  Eze 44:28,29  46:20  Ho 4:8 
 * in the holy.
  16 
 * in the court.
  Ex 27:9-18  38:9-19  40:33  Eze 42:13 

經文:

利未記 6:27-6:27

註釋:

 * touch.
  18  Ex 29:37  30:29  Hag 2:12  Mt 9:21  14:36 
 * wash.
  11:32  2Co 7:1,11 

經文:

利未記 6:28-6:28

註釋:

  11:33  15:12  Heb 9:9,10 

經文:

利未記 6:29-6:29

註釋:

 * the males.
  18  Nu 18:10 
 * it is.
  25 

經文:

利未記 6:30-6:30

註釋:

  4:3-21  10:18  16:27,28  Heb 9:11,12  13:11 

經文:

利未記 7:1-7:1

註釋:

  1;  The law of the trespass offering;
 11;  and of the peace offering;
 12;  whether it be for a thanksgiving;
 16;  or a vow, or a free will offering.
 22;  The fat and the blood are forbidden.
 28;  The priests' portion in the peace offerings.
 35;  The whole summed up.

 * the law.
  5:1-6:7  14:12,13  19:21,22  Nu 6:12  Eze 40:39  44:29  46:20 
 * it is.
  6:17,25  21:22 

經文:

利未記 7:2-7:2

註釋:

 * in the place.
  1:3,5,11  4:24,29,33  6:25  Nu 6:12  Eze 40:39 
 * and the.
  1:5  3:2,8  5:9  Isa 52:15  Eze 36:25  Heb 9:19-22  11:28  12:24 
  1Pe 1:2 

經文:

利未記 7:3-7:3

註釋:

  3:3-5,9-11,15,16  4:8-10  Ex 29:13  Ps 51:6,17 

經文:

利未記 7:4-7:4

註釋:

  4 

經文:

利未記 7:5-7:5

註釋:

  1:9,13  2:2,9,16  3:16  Ga 2:20  5:24  1Pe 4:1,2 

經文:

利未記 7:6-7:6

註釋:

 * male.
  6:16-18,29  Nu 18:9,10 
 * it is most holy.
  2:3 

經文:

利未記 7:7-7:7

註釋:

 * the trespass.
  6:25,26  14:13 

經文:

利未記 7:8-7:8

註釋:

 * even the priest.
   All the flesh of the burnt offerings being consumed upon the
   altar, as well as the fat, there could nothing fall to the
   share of the priest but the skin; which must have been very
   valuable, as they were used as mattresses (ch. 15:17,) or as
   carpets to sit upon in the day.  They are still used for the
   same purpose by some of the inhabitants and dervishes of the
   East.  Bishop Patrick remarks, that Adam himself offered the
   first sacrifice, and had the skin given him by God, to make
   garments for him and his wife; in conformity with which, the
   priests ever after had the skin of the whole burnt offerings
   for their portion.

 * skin.
  1:6  4:11  Ge 3:21  Ex 29:14  Nu 19:5  Ro 13:14 

經文:

利未記 7:9-7:9

註釋:

 * the meat.
  2:4-7  Nu 18:9  Eze 44:29 
 * in the pan.  or, on the flat plate, or slice.
  2:5  *marg: 
 * shall be.
  2:3,10  5:13  6:16-18  1Co 9:7,13  Ga 6:6 

經文:

利未記 7:10-7:10

註釋:

 * one as much.
  Ex 16:18  2Co 8:14 

經文:

利未記 7:11-7:11

註釋:

  3:1-17  22:18-21  Eze 45:15 

經文:

利未記 7:12-7:12

註釋:

 * a thanksgiving.
  22:29  2Ch 29:31  33:16  Ne 12:43  Ps 50:13,14,23  103:1,2 
  Ps 107:8,21,22  116:17  Jer 33:11  Ho 14:2  Lu 17:16,18  Ro 1:21 
  2Co 9:11-15  Eph 5:20  Heb 13:15  1Pe 2:5 
 * unleavened wafers.
  2:4  6:16  Nu 6:15 

經文:

利未記 7:13-7:13

註釋:

 * leavened.
  23:17  Am 4:5  Mt 13:33  1Ti 4:4 

經文:

利未記 7:14-7:14

註釋:

 * an heave.
  Ex 29:27,28  Nu 15:19-21  18:24-28  31:29,41 
 * the priest's.
  6:26  Nu 18:8-11,19,26-32 

經文:

利未記 7:15-7:15

註釋:

 * be eaten.
  22:29,30 
 * See on
  Ex 12:10  16:19  Ec 9:10  Joh 9:4  2Co 6:2  Heb 3:13-15 
 * he shall not.
   Mr. Harmer supposes that this law refers to the custom of
   drying flesh, that had been devoted to a religious purpose,
   which is practised among the Mohammedans at the present day,
   on the their pilgrimage to Mecca.  "It would not have
   suited," he observes, "the genius of the Mosaic dispensation,
   to have allowed them to have dried the flesh of their peace
   offerings, whether in thanksgiving, in consequence of a vow,
   or merely voluntary, and have afterwards eaten the flesh very
   commonly in a sparing manner, or communicated only some small
   portion of it to their particular friends:  their peace
   offerings were to be eaten, on the contrary, with festivity,
   communicated to their friends with liberality, and bestowed
   on the poor with great generosity, that they might partake
   with them of these sacred repasts with joy before the Lord."

經文:

利未記 7:16-7:16

註釋:

 * be a vow.
  22:18-21  23:38  Nu 15:3  De 12:6,11,17,26  Ps 66:13  116:14,18 
  Na 1:15 
 * a voluntary.
  22:23,29  De 12:6  Eze 46:12 
 * also the.
  19:5-8 

經文:

利未記 7:17-7:17

註釋:

 * on the third.
  19:7  Ge 22:4  Ex 19:11  Ho 6:2  1Co 15:4 
 * burnt.
  6:22,23  10:16  Ex 12:10  29:14 

經文:

利未記 7:18-7:18

註釋:

 * it shall.
  10:19  19:7,8  22:23,25  Jer 14:10,12  Ho 8:13  Am 5:22 
  Mal 1:10,13 
 * be imputed.
  Nu 18:27  Ro 4:11 
 * an abomination.
  11:10,11,41  Isa 1:11-14  65:4  66:3  Lu 16:15 
 * bear.
  5:17  10:17  17:16  19:7,8  20:17,19  22:16  Isa 53:11,12  Eze 18:20 
  Heb 9:28  1Pe 2:24 

經文:

利未記 7:19-7:19

註釋:

  11:24-39  Nu 19:11-16  Lu 11:41  Ac 10:15,16,28  Ro 14:14,20 
  2Co 6:17  Tit 1:15 

經文:

利未記 7:20-7:20

註釋:

 * having.
  15:2,3-33  1Co 11:28 
 * shall be.
  Ge 17:14 

經文:

利未記 7:21-7:21

註釋:

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經文:

利未記 7:22-7:22

註釋:

  22 

經文:

利未記 7:23-7:23

註釋:

 * fat.
   Any other fat they might eat; but the fat of these was
   sacred, because they were the only animals which were offered
   in sacrifice, though many others ranked among the clean
   animals as well as these.  This prohibition may, however, be
   understood of these animals when offered in sacrifice, and
   then only in reference to the inward fat, described in ver.
   4.  Of the fat in any other circumstances, it cannot be
   intended, as it was one of the especial blessings which God
   gave to his people.--"Butter of kine, and milk of sheep, with
   fat of lambs, and rams of the breed of Bashan, and goats,"
   were the provision which he graciously bestowed on his
   followers.  (See De 32:12-14.)
 
  3:16,17  4:8-10  17:6  De 32:38  1Sa 2:15-17,29  Ac 28:27  Ro 8:13 
  Ro 13:13 

經文:

利未記 7:24-7:24

註釋:

 * beast.  Heb. carcase.
  17:15  22:8  Ex 22:31  De 14:21  Eze 4:14  44:31 

經文:

利未記 7:25-7:25

註釋:

 * shall be cut off.
  21 

經文:

利未記 7:26-7:26

註釋:

 * ye shall eat.
   The prohibition of the fat or suet, which was restricted to
   animals offered in sacrifice, taught reverence to the altar
   and ordinances of God; but that of blood, which was extended
   to all land animals, had especial respect to the atoning
   blood of the sacrifice, and of the great antitype which the
   sacrifice prefigured.
 
  3:17  17:10-14  Ge 9:4  1Sa 14:33,34  Eze 33:25  Joh 6:53  Ac 15:20 
  Ac 15:29  Eph 1:7  1Ti 4:4 

經文:

利未記 7:27-7:27

註釋:

 * that soul.
  20,21,25  Heb 10:29 
 * shall be.
   Shall be excommunicated or cut off from the people of God,
   and so deprived of any part of their inheritance or of their
   blessings.

經文:

利未記 7:28-7:28

註釋:

  28 

經文:

利未記 7:29-7:29

註釋:

  3:1-17  Col 1:20  1Jo 1:7 

經文:

利未記 7:30-7:30

註釋:

 * own hands.
  3:3,4,9,14  Ps 110:3  Joh 10:18  2Co 8:12 
 * with the breast.
  8:27  9:21 
 * See on
  Ex 29:24-28  Nu 6:20 

經文:

利未記 7:31-7:31

註釋:

 * the priest.
  3:5,11,16 
 * the breast.
  34  5:13  6:16,26  8:29  Nu 18:18 

經文:

利未記 7:32-7:32

註釋:

  34  8:25,26  9:21  10:14  Nu 6:20  18:18,19  De 18:3  1Co 9:13,14 

經文:

利未記 7:33-7:33

註釋:

 * that offereth.
  3  6:1-30  26:1-46 

經文:

利未記 7:34-7:34

註釋:

 * the wave.
  30-32  10:14,15  Ex 29:28  Nu 18:18,19  De 18:3 
 * by a statue.
  3:17  Ex 29:9 

經文:

利未記 7:35-7:35

註釋:

 * portion.
  8:10-12,30  Ex 29:7,21  40:13-15  Isa 10:27  61:1  Joh 3:34 
  2Co 1:21  1Jo 2:20,27 
 * he presented.
  Ex 28:1  29:1  Nu 18:7-19 

經文:

利未記 7:36-7:36

註釋:

 * in the day.
  8:12,30  Ex 40:13,15 

經文:

利未記 7:37-7:37

註釋:

 * the law.
  1:1-17  6:9-13  Ex 29:38-42 
 * meat.
  2:1-16  6:14-18 
 * sin.
  4:1-35  6:24-30 
 * trespass.
  1-7  5:1-6:7 
 * consecrations.
  6:20-23  Ex 29:1 
 * sacrifice.
  11-21  3:1-17 

經文:

利未記 7:38-7:38

註釋:

 * commanded.
  1:1,2 

經文:

利未記 8:1-8:1

註釋:

  1;  Moses consecrates Aaron and his sons.
 14;  Their sin offering.
 18;  Their burnt offering.
 22;  The ram of consecration.
 31;  The place and time of their consecration.
 
  1 

經文:

利未記 8:2-8:2

註釋:

 * Aaron.
  Ex 29:1-4 
 * garments.
  Ex 28:2-4,40-43  39:1-31,41 
 * anointing.
  Ex 30:23-37  40:12-15 
 * bullock.
  Ex 29:1,2  Heb 7:27 

經文:

利未記 8:3-8:3

註釋:

  Nu 20:8  21:16  1Ch 13:5  15:3  2Ch 5:2,6  30:2,13,25  Ne 8:1 
  Ps 22:25  Ac 2:1 

經文:

利未記 8:4-8:4

註釋:

  9,13,17,29,35  Ex 39:1,5,7,21,26,29,31,32,42,43  De 12:32 
  Mt 28:20  1Co 11:23  15:3 

經文:

利未記 8:5-8:5

註釋:

 * Lord commanded to be done.
  Ex 29:4-37 

經文:

利未記 8:6-8:6

註釋:

 * washed.
  Ex 29:4  40:12  Ps 51:2,7  Isa 1:16  Eze 36:25  Zec 13:1 
  Joh 13:8-10  1Co 6:11  Eph 5:26  Heb 9:10  10:22  Re 1:5,6  7:14 

經文:

利未記 8:7-8:7

註釋:

 * he put.
  Ex 28:4  29:5  39:1-7  Isa 61:3,10  Ro 3:22  13:14  Ga 3:27 
 * the ephod.
   The {ephod} seems to have been a garment worn by persons of
   distinction of various characters (2; Sa 6:4); the description
   of which in the book of Exodus (ch. 28:6, etc.) relates only
   to its materials.  As to its shape, the LXX. calls it
   [ep▌is,] which signifies that it was worn on the shoulders.
   So also Josephus, who says it was a cubit long.  St. Jerome
   compares it with the Roman {caracalla,} which was a sort of
   short cloak, only that it had a head or hood, which the ephod
   had not.

經文:

利未記 8:8-8:8

註釋:

 * the breast plate.
  Ex 28:15-29  39:8-21  So 8:6  Isa 59:17  Eph 6:14  1Th 5:8 
 * the Urim.
  Ex 28:30  Ezr 2:63 

經文:

利未記 8:9-8:9

註釋:

  Ex 28:4,36-38  29:6  39:28-30  Zec 3:5  6:11-14  Php 2:9-11 

經文:

利未記 8:10-8:10

註釋:

  Ex 30:23-29  40:9-11 

經文:

利未記 8:11-8:11

註釋:

  Ex 4:6,17  16:14,19  Isa 52:15  Eze 36:25  Tit 3:6 

經文:

利未記 8:12-8:12

註釋:

  4:3  21:10,11,12  Ex 28:41  29:7  30:30  Ps 133:2 

經文:

利未記 8:13-8:13

註釋:

 * Moses.
  Ex 28:40,41  29:8,9  40:14,15  Ps 132:9  Isa 61:6,10  1Pe 2:5,9 
  Re 1:6  5:10 
 * coats.
   The {kethoneth,} or coat, was made of linen; but the form of
   it is no where described in Scripture, except in the visionary
   appearance of Christ to St. John, in the form and habit of a
   priest (Re 1:13); where he is said to be [endedumenos
   podere,] "clothed with a garment down to the feet," which
   perfectly agrees with the description the Jewish writers give
   of it; who also say, that it had sleeves which came down to
   the wrist, and was tied about the neck; so that it was not
   unlike a long shirt.  It was common to all the priests; but
   the tunic of the high priest was made of finer linen, or wove
   in a more curious manner.  (Ex 28:4.)
 
 * put.  Heb. bound.  bonnets.
   The {migba(9374)h}, or bonnets, are described by Josephus as
   being like helmets of linen, one wreath being plaited and
   folded over another and a thin cap, suited to its shape, put
   over all, to prevent its unfolding.

經文:

利未記 8:14-8:14

註釋:

 * he brought.
  2  4:3-12  16:6  Ex 29:10-14  Isa 53:10  Eze 43:19  Ro 8:3  2Co 5:21 
  Heb 7:26-28  1Pe 3:18 
 * laid.
  1:4  4:4  16:21 

經文:

利未記 8:15-8:15

註釋:

 * he slew it.
  1:5,11  3:2,8  Ex 29:10,11 
 * Moses.
  4:7,17,18,30  Ex 29:12,36,37  Eze 43:19-27  Heb 9:18-23 
 * to make.
  6:30  16:20  2Ch 29:24  Eze 45:20  Da 9:24  Ro 5:10  2Co 5:18-21 
  Eph 2:16  Col 1:21,22  Heb 2:17 
   The beginning of this verse may be rendered, "And Moses slew
   it, and took the blood," etc.  We find it expressly said in
   Exodus, that Moses slew the sacrifices.
 
  Ex 29:11 
   Yet, in general, the offerer seems to have killed his own
   sacrifice.

經文:

利未記 8:16-8:16

註釋:

  3:3-5  4:8,9  Ex 29:13 

經文:

利未記 8:17-8:17

註釋:

  4:11,12,21  6:30  16:27  Ex 29:14  Ga 3:13  Heb 13:11-13 

經文:

利未記 8:18-8:18

註釋:

  1:4-13  Ex 29:15-18 

經文:

利未記 8:19-8:19

註釋:

  19 

經文:

利未記 8:20-8:20

註釋:

  20 

經文:

利未記 8:21-8:21

註釋:

 * a sweet savour.
  1:17  2:9  Ge 8:21  Ex 29:18  Eph 5:2 

經文:

利未記 8:22-8:22

註釋:

 * the ram of consecration.
  2,29  7:37  Ex 29:19-31  Joh 17:19  1Co 1:30  2Co 5:21 
  Eph 5:25,27  Re 1:5,6 
   "The ram of consecration" was evidently a sacrifice of peace
   offering though presented on a particular occasion.  Part of
   the blood was applied, not as that of the sin offering, to
   the horns of the altar, but to Aaron and his sons; to the
   tips of their right ears, the thumbs of their right hands,
   and the great toes of their right feet:  implying their
   obligation to hearken diligently to the word of God--to do
   his work in the best manner which they could, and to walk in
   his ways with steady perseverance; and also, that they could
   not do these things acceptably except through the atoning
   blood, received and applied by faith.  Then part of the blood
   reserved upon the altar, probably in a basin for that
   purpose, was mingled with the holy anointing oil, and
   sprinkled on the garments both of Aaron and his sons, to
   hallow them to the Lord.  "This may be looked upon as a
   lively representation of our purification by the blood of
   Jesus Christ, through his Holy Spirit."--Bp. Patrick

經文:

利未記 8:23-8:23

註釋:

 * Moses took.
  14:14,17,28  Ex 29:20  Ro 6:13,19  12:1  1Co 1:2,30  6:20 
  1Th 5:22  Php 1:20  2:17  Heb 2:10  5:8 

經文:

利未記 8:24-8:24

註釋:

 * Moses sprinkled.
  Heb 9:22 

經文:

利未記 8:25-8:25

註釋:

  3:3-5,9  Ex 29:22-25  Pr 23:26  Isa 53:10 

經文:

利未記 8:26-8:26

註釋:

  Ex 29:23  Joh 1:14  Ac 5:12  1Ti 2:5 

經文:

利未記 8:27-8:27

註釋:

 * upon Aaron's.
  Ex 29:24-37  Jer 30:21  Heb 9:14 
 * and waved.
  7:30,31 

經文:

利未記 8:28-8:28

註釋:

 * Moses.
  Ex 29:25  Ps 22:13,14  Zec 13:7  Heb 10:14-22 
 * they were.
  22 

經文:

利未記 8:29-8:29

註釋:

  7:30-34  Ex 29:26,27  Isa 66:20  1Co 10:31  1Pe 4:11 

經文:

利未記 8:30-8:30

註釋:

 * the anointing.
  Ex 29:21  30:30  Isa 61:1,3  Ga 5:22-25  Heb 2:11  1Pe 1:2 
  1Jo 2:27  Re 7:14 
 * and sanctified.
  10:3  Nu 3:3 

經文:

利未記 8:31-8:31

註釋:

 * Boil.
  6:28  7:15  Ex 29:31,32  De 12:6,7  1Sa 2:13-17  Eze 46:20-24 
 * eat it.
  10:17  Joh 6:33,35,51,53-56  Ga 2:20 

經文:

利未記 8:32-8:32

註釋:

  7:17  Ex 12:10  29:34  Pr 27:1  Ec 9:10  2Co 6:2  Heb 3:13,14 

經文:

利未記 8:33-8:33

註釋:

 * seven days.
  14:8  Ex 29:30,35  Nu 19:12  Eze 43:25-27 

經文:

利未記 8:34-8:34

註釋:

  Heb 7:16,27  10:11,12 

經文:

利未記 8:35-8:35

註釋:

 * the tabernacle.
  14:8  Ex 29:35  Nu 19:12  Eze 43:25  2Co 7:1  Col 2:9,10  Heb 7:28 
  Heb 9:23,24 
 * keep.
  30  10:1  Nu 3:7  9:19  De 11:1  1Ki 2:3  1Ti 1:3,4,18  5:21 
  1Ti 6:13,17,20  2Ti 4:1 

經文:

利未記 8:36-8:36

註釋:

 * Aaron.
   This was necessary to be added, to show the exact fulfilment
   of the commandments delivered to Moses, and which are
   recorded in Exodus, ch. 29; and consequently the complete
   consecration and preparation of Aaron and his sons to fill
   the awfully important office of priests and mediators between
   God and the children of Israel, to offer sacrifices, and make
   atonement for the sins of the people.

  Ex 39:43  40:16  De 4:2  12:32  1Sa 15:22 

經文:

利未記 9:1-9:1

註釋:

  1;  The first offerings of Aaron, for himself and the people.
  8;  The sin offering,
 12;  and the burnt offering for himself.
 15;  The offerings for the people.
 23;  Moses and Aaron bless the people.
 24;  Fire comes from the Lord, upon the altar.

 * the eighth day.
   Not on the eighth day of the month, but on the first day
   after their consecration, which occupied seven days, and
   before which they were deemed unfit to minister in holy
   things, being considered in a state of imperfection.  All
   creatures, for the most part, were considered as in a state
   of uncleanness and imperfection, seven days, and perfected on
   the eighth.  (see ch. 12:2, 3; 14:8-10; 15:13, 14; 22:27; Nu
   6:9, 10.)

  8:33  14:10,23  15:14,29  Nu 6:10  Eze 43:26,27  Mt 28:1 

經文:

利未記 9:2-9:2

註釋:

 * a young.
  7,8  4:3  8:14  Ex 29:1  2Co 5:21  Heb 5:3  7:27  10:10-14 
 * and a ram.
  8:18 

經文:

利未記 9:3-9:3

註釋:

 * Take ye.
  4:23  16:5,15  Ezr 6:17  10:19  Isa 53:10  Ro 8:3  2Co 5:21 
  Tit 2:14  Heb 9:26-28  1Pe 2:24  3:18  Re 5:9 
 * a kid.
   As the offering here is a kid, which was the sacrifice of the
   sin of the ruler, some think that the reading of the
   Samaritan and the LXX. is to be preferred:  "Speak unto the
   Elders of Israel."

 * a calf.
  2 
 * both.
  12:6  14:10  23:12  Ex 12:5 

經文:

利未記 9:4-9:4

註釋:

 * a bullock.
  3:1-17 
 * and a meat.
  2:1-16  6:14-23  Nu 15:3-9 
 * to-day.
  6,23  Ex 16:10  19:11  24:16  29:43  40:34,35  Nu 14:10  16:19 
  1Ki 8:10-12  Eze 43:2 

經文:

利未記 9:5-9:5

註釋:

 * and all the congregation.
  Ex 19:17  De 31:12  1Ch 15:3  2Ch 5:2,3  Ne 8:1 

經文:

利未記 9:6-9:6

註釋:

 * and the glory.
  23  Ex 16:10  24:16  40:34,35  1Ki 8:10-12  2Ch 5:13,14 
  Eze 43:2 

經文:

利未記 9:7-9:7

註釋:

 * offer thy.
  2  4:3,20  8:34  1Sa 3:14  Heb 5:3  7:27,28  9:7 
 * offer the.
  4:16-20  Heb 5:1 

經文:

利未記 9:8-9:8

註釋:

  1:4,5  4:4,29 

經文:

利未記 9:9-9:9

註釋:

  4:6,7,17,18,25,30  8:15  16:18  Heb 2:10  9:22,23  10:4-19 

經文:

利未記 9:10-9:10

註釋:

 * the fat.
  3:3-5,9-11  4:8-12,34,35  8:16,17  Ps 51:17  Pr 23:26  Isa 53:10 
  Isa 57:15  66:2 
 * as the Lord.
  4:8 

經文:

利未記 9:11-9:11

註釋:

  4:11,12,21  8:17  16:27,28  Heb 13:11,12 

經文:

利未記 9:12-9:12

註釋:

  1:1-17  8:18-21  Eph 5:2,25-27 

經文:

利未記 9:13-9:13

註釋:

  13 

經文:

利未記 9:14-9:14

註釋:

  8:21 

經文:

利未記 9:15-9:15

註釋:

  3  4:27-31  9:15  Nu 28:1-29:31  Isa 53:10  2Co 5:21  Tit 2:14 
  Heb 2:17  5:3 

經文:

利未記 9:16-9:16

註釋:

 * manner.  or, ordinance.
  12-14  1:3-10  8:18-21  Heb 10:1-22 

經文:

利未記 9:17-9:17

註釋:

 * the meat.
  1  2:1,2  Ex 29:38,41  Joh 6:53  Ga 2:20 
 * took an handful thereof.  Heb. filled his hand out of it.
   beside.
  Ex 29:38-42 

經文:

利未記 9:18-9:18

註釋:

 * a sacrifice.
  3:1-17  7:11-18  Ro 5:1,10  Eph 2:14-17  Col 1:20 

經文:

利未記 9:19-9:19

註釋:

  10  3:5,16 

經文:

利未記 9:20-9:20

註釋:

 * they put.
  7:29-34 
 * burnt.
  3:14-17 

經文:

利未記 9:21-9:21

註釋:

 * the breasts.
  7:24,26,30-34  Ex 29:27,28  Isa 49:3  Lu 2:13  1Pe 4:11 
 * as Moses commanded.
   The Samaritan text, and thirty MSS. have, {kaasher tzivvah
   yehowah eth Moshe,} "as Jehovah commanded Moses;" which is
   also the reading of the LXX., Arabic, and Targum of Onkelos,
   and seems to be the true reading, being supported, not only
   by these authorities, but by the whole chapter itself.'

經文:

利未記 9:22-9:22

註釋:

 * his hand.  or, as the Greek has it, "his hands."
   Menachem gives reason why it is written hand, to signify the
   right hand, because that was lifted up higher than the left.
   The lifting up of the hand was a gesture used in speaking,
   and signifying any weighty thing, Isa 49:22; and particularly
   in swearing, Ge 14:22; praying, Ps 28:2; and blessing, either
   of God, Ps 134:2, or of men, as in this place.  Paul,
   speaking of prayer, uses the phrase, "lifting up holy hands;"
   as also David:  "Let the lifting up of my hands be as the
   evening sacrifice."

  Ge 14:18-20  Nu 6:23-27  De 10:8  21:5  1Ki 8:55  1Ch 23:13 
  2Ch 6:3  Ps 72:17  Mr 10:16  Lu 24:50  Ac 3:26  2Co 13:14 
  Heb 7:6,7  1Pe 3:9 

經文:

利未記 9:23-9:23

註釋:

 * came out.
  Lu 1:21,22  Heb 9:24-28 
 * the glory.
  6  Nu 14:10  16:19,42 

經文:

利未記 9:24-9:24

註釋:

 * there came a fire.
   These victims were consumed by a fire of no human kindling.
   Josephus says that "a fire proceeded from the victims
   themselves, of its own accord, which had the appearance of a
   flash of lightning, and consumed all that was upon the
   altar."

  6:13  Ge 4:3,4  15:17  Ex 3:2  Jud 6:21  13:19,20,23  1Ki 18:38 
  2Ki 19:15  1Ch 21:26  2Ch 6:2  7:1-3  Ps 20:3,4  80:1  *marg: 
 * they shouted.
  Ge 17:3  Nu 14:5  16:22  1Ki 18:39  2Ch 7:3  Ezr 3:11  Mt 26:39 
  Re 4:9  5:8  7:11 

經文:

利未記 10:1-10:1

註釋:

  1;  Nadab and Abihu, for offering strange fire, are burnt by
     fire.
  6;  Aaron and his sons are forbidden to mourn for them.
  8;  The priests are forbidden wine when they are to go into the
     tabernacle.
 12;  The law of eating the holy things.
 16;  Aaron's excuse for transgressing thereof.

 * Nadab.
  16:1  22:9  Ex 6:23  24:1,9  28:1  Nu 3:3,4  26:61 
 * censer.
  16:12  Ex 27:3  38:3  Nu 16:6,7,16,17,46  Heb 9:4 
 * put incense.
  Ex 30:1-9,34-36  31:11  37:29  40:27  1Ki 13:1,2  2Ch 26:16-20 
  Ps 141:2  Jer 44:8,15,19-21  Lu 1:9-11  Re 8:3-5 
 * strange.
  9:24  16:12  Nu 16:18,46 
 * which.
  Ex 30:9  De 4:2  12:32  17:3  Jer 7:31  19:5  32:35 
   Bp. Hall says, "It is a dangerous thing, in the service of
   God, to decline from his institutions; we have to do with a
   God, who is wise to prescribe his own worship--just to
   require what he has prescribed--and powerful to avenge what
   he has not prescribed."

經文:

利未記 10:2-10:2

註釋:

 * fire.
  9:24  16:1  Nu 3:3,4  16:35  26:61  2Sa 6:7  2Ki 1:10,12  1Ch 24:2 
 * they died.
  Nu 3:3,4  16:32,33,49  26:61  1Sa 6:19  1Ch 13:10  15:13  Ac 5:5,10 
  1Co 10:11 
   This fire, which destroyed the sacrificers, came from the
   same source with that which had consumed the sacrifices.

 * See ch.
  9:24 
   Note. They died.--The wages of sin is death.--They died
   suddenly--they died before the Lord; that is, before the vail
   that covered the mercy-seat.--They died by fire, as by fire
   they sinned.  The fire did not burn them to ashes, as it had
   done the sacrifices, nor so much as singe their coats, (ver.
   5) but struck them dead in an instant.  By these different
   effects of the same fire, we learn that it was no common
   fire, but kindled by the breath of the Almighty.

  Isa 30:33 

經文:

利未記 10:3-10:3

註釋:

 * I will be.
  8:35  21:6,8,15,17,21  22:9  Ex 14:4  19:22  29:43,44  Nu 20:12 
  De 32:51  1Sa 6:20  1Ch 15:12,13  Ps 89:7  119:120  Isa 52:11 
  Eze 20:41  42:13  Heb 12:28,29 
 * before.
  1Sa 2:30  Isa 49:3  Eze 28:22  Joh 12:28  13:31,32  14:13 
  Ac 5:11-13  2Th 1:10  1Pe 4:17 
 * Aaron.
  Ge 18:25  1Sa 3:18  Job 1:20,21  2:10  Ps 39:9  46:10  Isa 39:8 
  Mt 10:37 

經文:

利未記 10:4-10:4

註釋:

 * Uzziel.
  Ex 6:18,22  Nu 3:19,30  1Ch 6:2 
 * carry.
  Lu 7:12  Ac 5:6,9,10  8:2 

經文:

利未記 10:5-10:5

註釋:

  5 

經文:

利未記 10:6-10:6

註釋:

 * Uncover.
  13:45  21:1-15  Ex 33:5  Nu 5:18  6:6,7  14:6  De 33:9  Jer 7:29 
  Eze 24:16,17  Mic 1:16 
 * lest wrath.
  Nu 16:22,41-47  Jos 7:1,11  22:18,20  2Sa 24:1,15-17 

經文:

利未記 10:7-10:7

註釋:

 * ye shall.
  21:12  Mt 8:21,22  Lu 9:60 
 * the anointing.
  8:12,30  Ex 28:41  30:30  40:13-15  Ac 10:38  2Co 1:21 

經文:

利未記 10:8-10:8

註釋:

  8 

經文:

利未記 10:9-10:9

註釋:

 * Do not.
  Nu 6:3,20  Pr 31:4,5  Isa 28:7  Jer 35:5,6  Eze 44:21  Lu 1:15 
  Eph 5:18  1Ti 3:3,8  5:23  Tit 1:7 
 * strong drink.
   The Hebrew {shecher,} Arabic {sakar,} or {sukr,} Greek
   [sikera,] from {shachar,} to inebriate, signifies
   any kind of fermented and inebriating liquor beside wine.  So
   St. Jerome informs us, that {sicera} in Hebrew denotes any
   inebriating liquor, whether made of corn, the juice of apples,
   honey, dates, or any other fruit.  These different kinds of
   liquors are described by Pliny, who calls then {vina
   factitia}.  One of the four prohibited drinks among the
   Mohammedans in India is called {sakar,} which denotes
   inebriating liquor in general, but especially date wine.

 * it shall be.
  3:17 

經文:

利未記 10:10-10:10

註釋:

  11:47  20:25,26  Jer 15:19  Eze 22:26  44:23  Tit 1:15  1Pe 1:14-16 

經文:

利未記 10:11-10:11

註釋:

  De 24:8  33:10  2Ch 17:9  30:22  Ne 8:2,8  9:13,14  Jer 2:8  18:18 
  Mal 2:7  Mt 28:20  Ac 20:27  1Th 4:2 

經文:

利未記 10:12-10:12

註釋:

 * Take.
  2:1-16  6:15-18  7:9  21:22  Ex 29:2  Nu 18:9,10  Eze 44:29 
 * for it is most.
  21:22 

經文:

利未記 10:13-10:13

註釋:

 * ye shall.
  Nu 18:10 
 * for so I.
  2:3  6:16 

經文:

利未記 10:14-10:14

註釋:

  7:29-34  9:21  Ex 29:24-28  Nu 18:11  Joh 4:34 

經文:

利未記 10:15-10:15

註釋:

 * heave shoulder.
  7:29,30,34 
 * for ever.
  7:34  Ge 13:15  17:8,13,17  1Co 9:13,14 

經文:

利未記 10:16-10:16

註釋:

 * the goat.
  6:26,30  9:3,15 
 * angry.
  Ex 32:19-22  Nu 12:3  Mt 5:22  Mr 3:5  10:14  Eph 4:26 

經文:

利未記 10:17-10:17

註釋:

 * Wherefore.
  6:26,29  7:6,7 
 * to bear.
  16:22  22:16  Ex 28:38,43  Nu 18:1  Isa 53:6-11  Eze 4:4-6 
  Eze 18:19,20  Joh 1:29  2Co 5:21  Heb 9:28  1Pe 2:24 

經文:

利未記 10:18-10:18

註釋:

 * the blood.
  6:30 
 * as I commanded.
  6:26,30 

經文:

利未記 10:19-10:19

註釋:

 * this day.
  9:8,12  Heb 7:27  9:8 
 * should.
  De 12:7  26:14  1Sa 1:7,8  Isa 1:11,15  Jer 6:20  14:12  Ho 9:4 
  Mal 1:10,13  2:13  Php 4:4 

經文:

利未記 10:20-10:20

註釋:

 * he was content.
  2Ch 30:18-20  Zec 7:8,9  Mt 12:3-7,20 

經文:

利未記 11:1-11:1

註釋:

  1;  What beasts may;
  4;  and what may not be eaten.
  9;  What fishes.
 13;  What fowls.
 29;  The creeping things which are unclean.

  1 

經文:

利未記 11:2-11:2

註釋:

  De 14:3-8  Eze 4:14  Da 1:8  Mt 15:11  Mr 7:15-19  Ac 10:12,14 
  Ro 14:2,3,14,15  1Ti 4:4-6  Heb 9:10  13:9 
   Of the laws relative to clean and unclean beasts, which are
   recorded in this chapter and Deut. ch. 14; the following may
   be found a useful abstract.  1.  In regard to quadrupeds, all
   beasts that have their feet completely cloven, above as well
   as below, and at the same time chew the cud, are clean.
   Those which have neither, or indeed want one of these
   distinguishing marks, are unclean.  This is a systematic
   division of quadrupeds so excellent, as never yet, after all
   the improvements in natural history, to have become obsolete,
   but, on the contrary, to be still considered as useful by the
   greatest masters of the science.  2.  With regard to fishes,
   Moses has in like manner, made a very simple systematic
   distinction.  All that have scales and fins are clean; all
   others unclean.  3.  Of birds, he merely specifies certain
   sorts as forbidden, thereby permitting all others to be
   eaten.  4.  Insects, serpents, worms, etc., are prohibited;
   but with regard, however to those winged insects, which
   besides four walking legs, also have two longer springing
   legs, (Pedes saltatorii,) Moses makes an exception, and under
   the denomination of locusts, declares them clean in all four
   stages of their existence.  In Palestine, Arabia, and the
   adjoining countries, locusts are one of the most common
   articles of food, and people would be very ill of if they
   durst not eat them:  For, when a swarm of them desolates the
   fields, they prove in some measure themselves an antidote to
   the famine which they occasion.  They are not only eaten
   fresh, immediately on their appearance, but the people
   collect them, and know a method of preserving them for a long
   time for food, after they have dried them in an oven.
   --Niebuhr's Description of Arabia, pp. 170-175.

經文:

利未記 11:3-11:3

註釋:

 * parteth.
  Ps 1:1  Pr 9:6  2Co 6:17 
 * cheweth.
  De 6:6,7  16:3-8  Ps 1:2  Pr 2:1,2,10  Ac 17:11  1Ti 4:15 

經文:

利未記 11:4-11:4

註釋:

  4 

經文:

利未記 11:5-11:5

註釋:

 * the coney.
   {Shaphan,} most probably an animal resembling the rabbit,
   called by Dr. Shaw, {daman} (probably for {ganam}) Israel,
   "Israel's lamb," and by Bruce, {ashkoko,} which name he
   imagines is "derived from the singularity of these long
   herenacious hairs, which, like small thorns, grow about his
   back, and which an Amhara are called {ashok.}"  This curious
   animal abounds in Judea, Palestine, Arabia, and Ethiopia; and
   is described as being about seventeen inches when sitting.
   It has no tail; and at first sight gives the idea of a rat.
   Its colour is grey, mixed with reddish brown; the belly
   white, the body covered with strong polished hairs, for the
   most part about two inches in length; the ears round, and not
   pointed; the feet round, of a soft, pulpy, tender substance;
   the toes projecting beyond the nails, which are rather broad
   than sharp; the upper jaw is longer than the other; it lives
   upon grain, fruit, and roots, and certainly chews the cud;
   and it does not burrow like the hare and rabbit, but lives in
   clefts of the rocks.

  Ps 104:18  Pr 30:26 
 * but divideth.
  Job 36:14  Mt 7:26  Ro 2:18-24  Php 3:18,19  2Ti 3:5  Tit 1:16 

經文:

利未記 11:6-11:6

註釋:

 * the hare.
  De 14:7 

經文:

利未記 11:7-11:7

註釋:

 * swine.
  De 14:8  Isa 65:4  66:3,17  Mt 7:6  Lu 8:33  15:15  2Pe 2:18-22 

經文:

利未記 11:8-11:8

註釋:

 * they are unclean.
  5:2  Isa 52:11  Ho 9:3  Mt 15:11,20  Mr 7:2,15,18  Ac 10:10-15 
  Ac 10:28  15:29  Ro 14:14-17,21  1Co 8:8  2Co 6:17  Eph 5:7,11 
  Col 2:16,21-23  Heb 9:10 

經文:

利未記 11:9-11:9

註釋:

  De 14:9,10  Ac 20:21  Ga 5:6  Jas 2:18  1Jo 5:2-5 

經文:

利未記 11:10-11:10

註釋:

 * they shall be.
  7:18  De 14:3  Ps 139:21,22  Pr 13:20  29:27  Re 21:8 

經文:

利未記 11:11-11:11

註釋:

  11 

經文:

利未記 11:12-11:12

註釋:

  12 

經文:

利未記 11:13-11:13

註釋:

 * the eagle.
   In Hebrew, {nesher,} Chaldee, {neshar,} Syriac, {neshro,} and
   Arabic, {nishr,} the eagle, one of the largest, strongest,
   swiftest, fiercest, and most rapacious of the feathered race.
   His eye is large, dark, and piercing; his beak powerful and
   hooked; his legs strong and feathered; his feet yellow and
   armed with four very long and terrific claws; his wings very
   large and powerful; his body compact and robust; his bones
   hard; his flesh firm; his feathers coarse; his attitude
   fierce and erect; his motions lively; his flight extremely
   rapid and towering; and his cry the terror of every wing.

  De 14:12-20  Job 28:7  38:41  39:27-30  Jer 4:13,22  48:40  La 4:19 
  Ho 8:1  Hab 1:8  Mt 24:28  Ro 1:28-32  3:13-17  Tit 3:3 
   the ossifrage.
   {Peres,} from {paras} to break, probably the species of eagle
   anciently called {ossifraga} or bone-breaker, (from {os,} a
   bone, and {frango,} to break,) because it not only strips off
   the flesh, but breaks the bone, in order to extract the
   marrow.

   the ospray.
   Hebrew {┌niyah,} Arabic {azan,} and Chaldee {azyah,} (from
   {azaz,} to be strong,) a species of eagle, probably the black
   eagle, so remarkable for its strength.

經文:

利未記 11:14-11:14

註釋:

  14 

經文:

利未記 11:15-11:15

註釋:

  Ge 8:7  1Ki 17:4,6  Pr 30:17  Lu 12:24 

經文:

利未記 11:16-11:16

註釋:

  De 14:15-18  Ps 102:6  Isa 13:21,22  34:11-15  Joh 3:19-21 
  Eph 2:2,3  4:18,19  5:7-11  Php 3:18,19  1Th 5:5-7  Re 18:2 

經文:

利未記 11:17-11:17

註釋:

  17 

經文:

利未記 11:18-11:18

註釋:

  18 

經文:

利未記 11:19-11:19

註釋:

  19 

經文:

利未記 11:20-11:20

註釋:

  23,27  De 14:19  2Ki 17:28-41  Ps 17:14  Mt 6:24  Php 3:18,19 
  2Ti 4:10  1Jo 2:15-17  Jude 1:10,19 

經文:

利未記 11:21-11:21

註釋:

  21 

經文:

利未記 11:22-11:22

註釋:

  Ex 10:4,5  Isa 35:3  Mt 3:4  Mr 1:6  Ro 14:1  15:1  Heb 5:11 
  Heb 12:12,13 

經文:

利未記 11:23-11:23

註釋:

  23 

經文:

利未記 11:24-11:24

註釋:

  8,27,28,31,38-40  17:15,16  Isa 22:14  1Co 15:33  2Co 6:17 
  Eph 2:1-3  5:11  Col 2:16,17,20  Heb 9:26  1Jo 1:7 

經文:

利未記 11:25-11:25

註釋:

 * wash his clothes, and be unclean.
  28,40  14:8  15:5,7-11,13  16:28  Ex 19:10,14  Nu 19:8,10,19,21,22 
  Nu 31:24  Ps 51:2,7  Zec 13:1  Joh 13:8  Ac 22:16  Heb 9:10  10:22 
  1Pe 3:21  1Jo 1:7  Re 7:14 

經文:

利未記 11:26-11:26

註釋:

  26 

經文:

利未記 11:27-11:27

註釋:

  20,23 

經文:

利未記 11:28-11:28

註釋:

 * beareth.
  24,25 
 * shall wash.
  14 

經文:

利未記 11:29-11:29

註釋:

 * creeping things that creep.
  20,21,41,42  Ps 10:3  17:13,14  Hag 2:6  Lu 12:15  16:14  Joh 6:26 
  Joh 6:66  Eph 4:14  Php 3:19  Col 3:5  2Ti 3:2-5  Heb 13:5 

經文:

利未記 11:30-11:30

註釋:

  30 

經文:

利未記 11:31-11:31

註釋:

  8,24,25 

經文:

利未記 11:32-11:32

註釋:

 * it must be put into water.
  6:28  15:12  Tit 2:14  3:5 

經文:

利未記 11:33-11:33

註釋:

 * ye shall break it.
  35  14:45  Jer 48:38  2Co 5:1-8  Php 3:21 

經文:

利未記 11:34-11:34

註釋:

  Pr 15:8  21:4,27  28:8  Tit 1:15 

經文:

利未記 11:35-11:35

註釋:

 * they shall be.
  33  6:28  15:12  2Co 5:1-7 

經文:

利未記 11:36-11:36

註釋:

 * a fountain.
  Zec 13:1  Joh 4:14 
 * wherein there is plenty of water.  Heb. a gathering together
   of waters.

經文:

利未記 11:37-11:37

註釋:

 * sowing seed.
  1Co 15:37  1Pe 1:23  1Jo 3:9  5:18 

經文:

利未記 11:38-11:38

註釋:

  38 

經文:

利未記 11:39-11:39

註釋:

  24,28,31,40  15:5,7  Nu 19:11,16 

經文:

利未記 11:40-11:40

註釋:

 * eateth.
  25  17:15,16  22:8  Ex 22:31  De 14:21  Isa 1:16  Eze 4:14  36:25 
  Eze 44:31  Zec 13:1  1Co 6:11  10:21  1Jo 1:7 
 * shall wash.
  28  14:8,9  15:5-10,27  16:26,28  Nu 19:7,8,19 

經文:

利未記 11:41-11:41

註釋:

  20,23,29 

經文:

利未記 11:42-11:42

註釋:

 * goeth upon the belly.
  Ge 3:14,15  Isa 65:25  Mic 7:17  Mt 3:7  23:23  Joh 8:44 
  2Co 11:3,13  Tit 1:12 
 * hath more feet.  Heb. doth multiply feet.

經文:

利未記 11:43-11:43

註釋:

 * Ye shall.
  41,42  20:25 
 * yourselves.  Heb. your souls.

經文:

利未記 11:44-11:44

註釋:

 * I am the.
  Ex 20:2 
 * ye shall.
  10:3  19:2  20:7,26  Ex 19:6  De 14:2  1Sa 6:20  Ps 99:5,9 
  Isa 6:3-5  Am 3:3  Mt 5:48  1Th 4:7  1Pe 1:15,16  2:9  Re 22:11 

經文:

利未記 11:45-11:45

註釋:

 * that bringeth.
  Ex 6:7  Ps 105:43-45 
 * be holy.
  44  Ex 6:7  20:2  Ps 105:43-45  Ho 11:1  1Th 4:7 

經文:

利未記 11:46-11:46

註釋:

 * This.
   The distinction of clean and unclean animals, (see note on Le
   11:2) existed even before the flood, though it probably then
   only related to sacrifices; but at this time we find there
   were very particular laws enacted respecting the diet of the
   people, and the ceremonial uncleanness contracted by touching
   the carcases of unclean animals.  The reasons for the
   enactment of these laws seem to be--1.  As a test of
   obedience, and to teach the Israelites habits of self-denial,
   and the government of their appetites.  2.  To keep them
   distinct from other nations, and consequently from their
   idolatrous usages, by throwing hindrances in the way of their
   social intercourse; for these distinctions were applicable
   both to persons and things.  The Canaanites not only ate the
   animals prohibited by Moses, which we usually eat, but others
   also, among which dogs were one.  Besides, many of those
   declared unclean were sacred among the heathen, and
   sacrificed to their gods.  3.  Because those prohibited were
   innutritive and unwholesome; as the swine, the flesh of which
   being strong and difficult to digest, affords a very gross
   aliment, and produces, especially in hot climates, cutaneous,
   scrophulous, and scorbutic disorders, as the itch, leprosy,
   etc.

  7:37  14:54  15:32  Eze 43:12 

經文:

利未記 11:47-11:47

註釋:

  10:10  Eze 44:23  Mal 3:18  Ro 14:2,3,13-23 

經文:

利未記 12:1-12:1

註釋:

  1;  The purification of a woman after childbirth.
  6;  Her offerings for her purifying.

  1 

經文:

利未記 12:2-12:2

註釋:

 * If a woman.
  Ge 1:28  3:16  Job 14:4  15:14  25:4  Ps 51:5  Lu 2:22  Ro 5:12-19 
 * according.
  15:19 

經文:

利未記 12:3-12:3

註釋:

  Ge 17:11,12  De 30:6  Lu 1:59  2:21  Joh 7:22,23  Ro 3:19  4:11,12 
  Ga 3:17  5:3  Php 3:5  Col 2:11 

經文:

利未記 12:4-12:4

註釋:

  15:25-28  Hag 2:13  Lu 2:22,23 

經文:

利未記 12:5-12:5

註釋:

  2,4  Ge 3:13  1Ti 2:14,15 

經文:

利未記 12:6-12:6

註釋:

 * a lamb.
  1:10-13  5:6-10  14:22  15:14,29  Nu 6:10  Lu 2:22  Joh 1:29 
  2Co 5:21  Heb 7:26  1Pe 1:18,19 
 * of the first year.  Heb. a son of his year.

經文:

利未記 12:7-12:7

註釋:

 * make.
  1:4  4:20,26,31,35  Job 1:5  14:4  Ro 3:23,26  1Co 7:14 
  Heb 9:12-14 
 * be cleansed.
  15:28-30 
 * a male.
  Ga 3:28 

經文:

利未記 12:8-12:8

註釋:

 * she be not able to bring a lamb.  Heb. her hand find not
   sufficiency of a lamb.
  1:14  5:7  14:22  15:14,29  Lu 2:22,24  2Co 8:9 
 * make an atonement.
  4:26 
   When burnt offerings and sin offerings were brought together,
   the sin offerings were first offered.

經文:

利未記 13:1-13:1

註釋:

  1;  The laws and tokens whereby the priest is to be guided in
     discerning the leprosy.

  1 

經文:

利未記 13:2-13:2

註釋:

 * rising.  or, swelling.  a scab.
  14:56  De 28:27  Isa 3:17 
 * the plague of leprosy.
   {Tzar(8483)th,} the Leprosy, from the Greek [lepra,] from [lepis,]
   a scale; so called, because in this disease the body is
   covered with thin white scales, so as to give it the
   appearance of snow.  The leprosy is a dreadful, contagious
   disorder, common in Egypt and Syria, and generally manifests
   itself at first in the manner described in the text.  Its
   commencement is imperceptible; there appearing only a few
   reddish spots on the skin, which are not attended with pain or
   any other symptom, but cannot be removed.  It increases
   imperceptibly, and continues for some years to be more and
   more manifest.  The spots become larger, spread over the whole
   skin, and are sometimes rather raised, though generally flat.
   When it increases the upper part of the nose swells, the
   nostrils distend, the nose becomes soft, swellings appear on
   the under jaws, the eyebrows are elevated, the ears grow
   thick, the ends of the fingers, feet, and toes, swell, the
   nails grow scaly, the joints of the hands and feet separate,
   the palms of hands and soles of the feet are ulcerated, and in
   its last stage the patient becomes horrible, and falls to
   pieces.

  14:3,35  Ex 4:6,7  Nu 12:10,12  2Sa 3:29  2Ki 5:1,27  2Ch 26:19-21 
  Isa 1:6 
 * he shall.
  De 17:8,9  24:8  Mal 2:7  Mt 8:4  Mr 1:44  Lu 5:14  17:14 

經文:

利未記 13:3-13:3

註釋:

 * shall look.
  2  10:10  Eze 44:23  Hag 2:11  Mal 2:7  Ac 20:28  Ro 3:19,20  7:7 
  Heb 13:7  Re 2:23 
 * turned.
  Eze 16:30  Ho 7:9 
 * deeper.
  Ge 13:3  2Ti 2:16,17  3:13 
 * pronounce.
  Mt 16:19  18:17,18  Joh 20:23  Ro 3:19,20  1Co 5:4-6  2Th 3:14,15 
  1Ti 1:20 

經文:

利未記 13:4-13:4

註釋:

 * shut up.
  Nu 12:15  De 13:14  Eze 44:10  1Co 4:5  1Ti 5:24 

經文:

利未記 13:5-13:5

註釋:

  5 

經文:

利未記 13:6-13:6

註釋:

 * pronounce.
  Isa 11:3,4  42:3  Ro 14:1  Jude 1:22,23 
 * a scab.
  2  De 32:5  Jas 3:2 
 * wash.
  11:25,28,40  14:8  1Ki 8:38,45  Ps 19:12  Pr 20:9  Ec 7:20 
  Joh 13:8-10  2Co 7:1  Heb 9:10  10:22  1Jo 1:7-9 

經文:

利未記 13:7-13:7

註釋:

  27,35,36  Ps 38:3  Isa 1:5,6  Ro 6:12-14  2Ti 2:16,17 

經文:

利未記 13:8-13:8

註釋:

  3  Mt 15:7,8  Ac 8:21  Php 3:18,19  2Pe 2:19 

經文:

利未記 13:9-13:9

註釋:

  9 

經文:

利未記 13:10-13:10

註釋:

 * shall see him.
  3,4  Nu 12:10-12  2Ki 5:27  2Ch 26:19,20 
 * quick raw flesh.  Heb. the quickening of living flesh.
  14,15,24  Pr 12:1  Am 5:10  Joh 3:19,20  7:7 

經文:

利未記 13:11-13:11

註釋:

  11 

經文:

利未記 13:12-13:12

註釋:

 * cover all.
  1Ki 8:38  Job 40:4  42:6  Isa 64:6  Joh 16:8,9  Ro 7:14  1Jo 1:8-10 

經文:

利未記 13:13-13:13

註釋:

 * if the leprosy.
   It may seem strange that the partial leper should be
   pronounced unclean, and the person totally covered with the
   disease clean.  This was probably owing to a different
   species or stage of the disease; the partial being
   contagious, the total not.  That there are two different
   species, or degrees, of the disease described here, is
   sufficiently evident:  in one, the person was all covered
   with a white enamelled scurf; in the other, there was a quick
   raw flesh in the risings.  On this account, the one was
   deemed unclean, or contagious, the other not; for contact
   with the quick raw flesh would be more likely to communicate
   the disease, than the touch of the hard dry scurf.  The ichor
   proceeding from the former, when brought into contact with
   the flesh of another, would soon be taken into constitution
   by means of the absorbent vessels; but where the surface was
   perfectly dry; the absorbent vessels of another, coming in
   contact with the diseased man, could imbibe nothing, and
   there was consequently but little or no danger of infection.
   This is the learned Dr. Mead's view of the subject; who thus
   accounts for the circumstances mentioned in the text.

 * he is clean.
  Isa 64:6  Joh 9:41 

經文:

利未記 13:14-13:14

註釋:

  10 

經文:

利未記 13:15-13:15

註釋:

  15 

經文:

利未記 13:16-13:16

註釋:

  Ro 7:14-24  Ga 1:14-16  Php 3:6-8  1Ti 1:13-15 

經文:

利未記 13:17-13:17

註釋:

  17 

經文:

利未記 13:18-13:18

註釋:

 * a boil.
  Ex 9:9  15:26  2Ki 20:7  Job 2:7  Ps 38:3-7  Isa 38:21 

經文:

利未記 13:19-13:19

註釋:

  19 

經文:

利未記 13:20-13:20

註釋:

 * in sight.
  3  Mt 12:45  Joh 5:14  2Pe 2:20 

經文:

利未記 13:21-13:21

註釋:

 * shut him.
  1Co 5:5 

經文:

利未記 13:22-13:22

註釋:

 * a plague.  i,e., "The plague of leprosy."
  22 

經文:

利未記 13:23-13:23

註釋:

  Ge 38:26  2Sa 12:13  2Ch 19:2,3  Job 34:31,32  40:4,5  Pr 28:13 
  Mt 26:75  2Co 2:7  Ga 6:1  1Pe 4:2,3 

經文:

利未記 13:24-13:24

註釋:

 * a hot burning.  Heb. a burning of fire.
  Isa 3:24 
   This is supposed to state the case of such as had been hurt
   by fire; which would leave a scar, in which the leprosy might
   appear, and which was to be distinguished by the rules here
   given.

經文:

利未記 13:25-13:25

註釋:

 * turned white.
  4,18-20 

經文:

利未記 13:26-13:26

註釋:

 * then the priest.
  4,5,23 

經文:

利未記 13:27-13:27

註釋:

 * it is the plague of leprosy.  See on ver.
  2 

經文:

利未記 13:28-13:28

註釋:

  28 

經文:

利未記 13:29-13:29

註釋:

  1Ki 8:38  12:28  2Ch 6:29  Ps 53:4  Isa 1:5  5:20  9:15  Mic 3:11 
  Mt 6:23  13:14,15  Joh 16:2,3  Ac 22:3,4  26:9,10  2Co 4:3,4 
  2Th 2:11,12 

經文:

利未記 13:30-13:30

註釋:

 * scall.
  34-37  14:54 

經文:

利未記 13:31-13:31

註釋:

 * seven days.
  4-6 

經文:

利未記 13:32-13:32

註釋:

 * yellow hair.
  30  Mt 23:5  Lu 18:9-12  Ro 2:23 

經文:

利未記 13:33-13:33

註釋:

  33 

經文:

利未記 13:34-13:34

註釋:

 * the seventh.
  1Jo 4:1  Jude 1:22  Re 2:2 
 * be not.
  23 
 * and he shall.
  6 

經文:

利未記 13:35-13:35

註釋:

  7,27  2Ti 2:16,17  3:13 

經文:

利未記 13:36-13:36

註釋:

  36 

經文:

利未記 13:37-13:37

註釋:

  37 

經文:

利未記 13:38-13:38

註釋:

  38 

經文:

利未記 13:39-13:39

註釋:

 * if the bright.
  Ec 7:20  Ro 7:22-25  Jas 3:2 
 * a freckled spot.
   The word {bohak,} from the Syriac {behak,} to be white, or
   shining, here rendered "a freckled spot," is used by the
   Arabs to denote a kind of leprosy, of which Niebuhr says,
   "{Bohak} is neither contagious nor dangerous.  A black boy at
   Mocha, who was affected with this eruption, had here and
   there upon his body white spots.  We were told that the use
   of sulphur had relieved this boy for a time, but had not
   entirely removed the disease."  He adds subsequently from
   Forskal's papers, "The Arabs call a sort of leprosy, in which
   some little spots shew themselves here and there on the body,
   {behaq;} and it is without doubt the same as is named
   {bohak,} (Le ch. 13).  They believe it to be so far from
   contagious, that one may sleep with a person affected without
   danger."  "On the 15th day of May, 1765, I myself first saw
   the {Bohak} leprosy in a Jew at Mocha.  The spots in this
   disease are of an unequal size.  They do not shine; are not
   perceptibly higher than the skin; and do not change the
   colour of the hair.  Their colour is an obscure white,
   inclining to red.  The rest of the skin of the patient was
   darker than that of the people of the country in general; but
   the spots were not so white as the skin of an European, when
   not sun-burnt.  The spots in this leprosy do not appear on
   the hands, or near the navel, but on the neck and face, yet
   not on that part where the hair grows thick.  They gradually
   spread, and continue sometimes only about two months, but in
   some cases one or two years, and then disappear by degrees,
   of themselves.  This disorder is neither contagious nor
   hereditary, nor does it occasion any inconvenience."  Hence a
   person infected with the {bohak} is declared clean.

經文:

利未記 13:40-13:40

註釋:

 * hair is fallen off his head.  Heb. head is pilled.
  41  So 5:11  Ro 6:12,19  8:10  Ga 4:13 

經文:

利未記 13:41-13:41

註釋:

  41 

經文:

利未記 13:42-13:42

註釋:

  42 

經文:

利未記 13:43-13:43

註釋:

  43 

經文:

利未記 13:44-13:44

註釋:

 * utterly unclean.
  Job 36:14  Mt 6:23  2Pe 2:1,2  2Jo 1:8-10 
 * his plague.
  Isa 1:5 

經文:

利未記 13:45-13:45

註釋:

 * his clothes.
  Ge 37:29  2Sa 13:19  Job 1:20  Jer 3:25  36:24  Joe 2:13 
 * and his head.
  10:6  21:10 
 * put.
  Eze 24:17,22  Mic 3:7 
 * Unclean.
  Job 42:6  Ps 51:3,5  Isa 6:5  52:11  64:6  La 4:15  Lu 5:8  7:6,7 
  Lu 17:12 

經文:

利未記 13:46-13:46

註釋:

 * the days.
  Pr 30:12 
 * without.
  Nu 5:2  12:14,15  2Ki 7:3  15:5  2Ch 26:21  La 1:1,8  1Co 5:5,9-13 
  2Th 3:6,14  1Ti 6:5  Heb 12:15,16  Re 21:27  22:15 

經文:

利未記 13:47-13:47

註釋:

 * The garment.
   This leprosy in garments appears so strange to us, that it
   has induced some, with Bp. Patrick, to consider it as an
   extraordinary punishment inflicted by God upon the
   Israelites, as a sign of his high displeasure; while others
   consider the leprosy in clothes (and also houses) as having
   no relation to the leprosy in man.  When Michaelis was
   considering the subject, he was told by a dealer in wool,
   that the wool of sheep which die of a disease, if it has not
   been shorn from the animal while living, is unfit to
   manufacture cloth, and liable to something like what Moses
   here describes, and which he imagines to be the plague of
   leprosy in garments.  The whole account, however, as Dr. A.
   Clarke observes, seems to intimate that the garment was
   fretted by the contagion of the real leprosy; which it is
   probable was occasioned by a species of {animacula,} or
   vermin, burrowing in the skin, which we know to be the cause
   of the itch; these, by breeding in the garments, must
   necessarily multiply their kind, and fret the garments, i.e.,
   corrode a portion of the finer parts, after the manner of
   moths, for their nourishment.  The infection of garments has
   frequently been known to cause the worst species of scarlet
   fever, and even the plague; and those infected with {psora},
   or itch animal, have communicated the disease even in six or
   seven years after the infection.

  Isa 3:16-24  59:6  64:6  Eze 16:16  Ro 13:12  Eph 4:22  Col 3:3 
  Jude 1:23 

經文:

利未記 13:48-13:48

註釋:

 * thing made of.  Heb. work of.
  51  De 8:11  Jude 1:23  Re 3:4 

經文:

利未記 13:49-13:49

註釋:

 * thing of skin.  Heb. vessel, or instrument.  it is.
  2 

經文:

利未記 13:50-13:50

註釋:

  50 

經文:

利未記 13:51-13:51

註釋:

 * fretting leprosy.
  14:44 

經文:

利未記 13:52-13:52

註釋:

 * burn.
  11:33,35  De 7:25,26  Isa 30:22  Ac 19:19,20 
 * fretting leprosy.
  14:44,45 

經文:

利未記 13:53-13:53

註釋:

  53 

經文:

利未記 13:54-13:54

註釋:

  54 

經文:

利未記 13:55-13:55

註釋:

 * after.
  Eze 24:13  Heb 6:4-8  2Pe 1:9  2:20-22 
 * it be bare within or without.  Heb. it be bald in the head
   thereof, or in the forehead thereof.

經文:

利未記 13:56-13:56

註釋:

  56 

經文:

利未記 13:57-13:57

註釋:

 * shalt burn.
  Isa 33:14  Mt 3:12  22:7  25:41  Re 21:8,27 

經文:

利未記 13:58-13:58

註釋:

 * be washed.
  2Ki 5:10,14  Ps 51:2  2Co 7:1  12:8  Heb 9:10  Re 1:5 
   The plague of leprosy was inflicted immediately from the hand
   of God, and came not from natural causes, as other diseases;
   and therefore must be managed according to a divine law.
   Miriam's leprosy, and Gehazi's and King Uzziah's were all the
   punishments of particular sins; and if generally it was so,
   no marvel there was so much care taken to distinguish it from
   a common distemper, that none might be looked upon as lying
   under this extraordinary token of Divine displeasure, but
   those that really were so.

經文:

利未記 13:59-13:59

註釋:

  59 

經文:

利未記 14:1-14:1

註釋:

  1;  The rites and sacrifices in cleansing the leper.
 33;  The signs of leprosy in a house.
 48;  The cleansing of that house.

  1 

經文:

利未記 14:2-14:2

註釋:

 * the law.
  54-57  13:59 
 * in the day.
  Nu 6:9 
 * He shall.
  Mt 8:2-4  Mr 1:40-44  Lu 5:12-14  17:14 

經文:

利未記 14:3-14:3

註釋:

 * go forth.
   Lepers were obliged to live in a detached situation, separate
   from other people, and to keep themselves actually at a
   distance from them.  They were distinguished by a peculiar
   dress; and if any person approached, they were bound to give
   him warning, by crying out, Unclean! unclean!

 * out of.
  13:46 
 * be healed.
  Ex 15:26  2Ki 5:3,7,8,14  Job 5:18  Mt 10:8  11:5  Lu 4:27  7:22 
  Lu 17:15,16-19  1Co 6:9-11 

經文:

利未記 14:4-14:4

註釋:

 * two birds.  or, sparrows.
   The word {tzippor,} from the Arabic {zaphara,} to fly, is used
   in the Scriptures to denote birds of every species,
   particularly small birds.  But it is often used in a more
   restricted sense, as the Hebrew writers assert, to signify the
   sparrow.  Aquinas says the same; and Jerome renders it here
   the sparrow.  So the Greek [strouthia,] in Matthew and Luke,
   which signifies a sparrow, is rendered by the Syriac
   translator {tzipparin}, the same as the Hebrew {tzipporim}.
   Nor is it peculiar to the Hebrews to give the same name to the
   sparrow and to fowls of the largest size; for Nicander calls
   the hen [strouthos katoikados,] the domestic sparrow, and both
   Plautus and Ausonius call the ostrich, {passer marinus,} "the
   marine sparrow."  It is evident, however, that the word in
   this passage signifies birds in general; for if the sparrow
   was a clean bird, there was no necessity for commanding a
   clean one to be taken, since every one of the species was
   ceremonially clean; but if it was unclean, then it could not
   be called clean.

  1:14  5:7  12:8 
 * cedar.
  6,49-52  Nu 19:6 
 * scarlet.
  Heb 9:19 
 * hyssop.
  Ex 12:22  Nu 19:18  Ps 51:7 

經文:

利未記 14:5-14:5

註釋:

 * earthen vessel.
  50  Nu 5:17  2Co 4:7  5:1  13:4  Heb 2:14 

經文:

利未記 14:6-14:6

註釋:

 * the living bird.
  Joh 14:19  Ro 4:25  5:10  Php 2:9-11  Heb 1:3  Re 1:18 
 * dip them.
  51-53  Zec 13:1  Re 1:5 

經文:

利未記 14:7-14:7

註釋:

 * sprinkle.
  Nu 19:18,19  Isa 52:15  Eze 36:25  Joh 19:34  Heb 9:13,19,21 
  Heb 10:22  12:24  1Pe 1:2  1Jo 5:6 
 * seven times.
  51  4:6,17  8:11  16:14,19  2Ki 5:10,14  Ps 51:2,7  Eph 5:26,27 
 * pronounce.
  13:13,17 
 * let.
  16:22  Da 9:24  Mic 7:19  Heb 9:26 
 * into the open field.  Heb. upon the face of the field.

經文:

利未記 14:8-14:8

註釋:

 * wash his.
  11:25  13:6  15:5-8  Ex 19:10,14  Nu 8:7  Re 7:14 
 * wash himself.
  8:6  1Pe 3:21  Re 1:5,6 
 * and shall.
  Nu 12:15 
 * seven days.
  8:33-35  13:5 

經文:

利未記 14:9-14:9

註釋:

 * shave all.
  Nu 6:9  8:7 
 * wash his flesh.
   Lictenstein states that "among the Koossas, (a nation of
   South Africa,) there are certain prevailing notions
   respecting moral [ceremonial] uncleanness.  All children are
   unclean till they are admitted among grown-up persons (which
   happens with the males through the various ceremonies
   attending circumcision); all lying-in women are unclean for
   the first month; all men who have lost their wives, for a
   fortnight, and all widows for a month; a mother who has lost
   a child, for two days; all persons who have been present at a
   death, the men returning from a battle, etc.  No one may have
   intercourse with such an unclean person, till he has washed
   himself, rubbed his body with fresh paint, and rinsed his
   mouth with milk.  But he must not do this till after the
   lapse of a certain time, fixed by general consent for each
   particular case, and during this time he must wholly refrain
   from washing, painting, or drinking milk."

經文:

利未記 14:10-14:10

註釋:

 * eighth day.
  23  9:1  15:13,14 
 * take.
  Mt 8:4  Mr 1:44  Lu 5:14 
 * he lambs.
  1:10  Joh 1:29  1Pe 1:19 
 * ewe lamb.
  4:32  Nu 6:14 
 * of the first year.  Heb. the daughter of her year.  three
   tenth.
  23:13  Ex 29:40  Nu 15:9  28:20 
 * a meat offering.
  2:1  Nu 15:4-15  Joh 6:33,51 
 * log of oil.
  12,15,21,24 

經文:

利未記 14:11-14:11

註釋:

  8:3  Ex 29:1-4  Nu 8:6-11,21  Eph 5:26,27  Jude 1:24 

經文:

利未記 14:12-14:12

註釋:

 * trespass.
  5:2,3,6,7,18,19  6:6,7  Isa 53:10 
 * wave them.
  8:27-29  Ex 29:24 

經文:

利未記 14:13-14:13

註釋:

 * in the place.
  1:5,11  4:4,24  Ex 29:11 
 * as the sin.
  7:7  10:17 
 * it is most holy.
  2:3  7:6  21:22 

經文:

利未記 14:14-14:14

註釋:

  8:23,24  Ex 29:20  Isa 1:5  Ro 6:13,19  12:1  1Co 6:20  2Co 7:1 
  Php 1:20  1Pe 1:14,15  2:5,9,10  Re 1:5,6 

經文:

利未記 14:15-14:15

註釋:

  Ps 45:7  Joh 3:34  1Jo 2:20 

經文:

利未記 14:16-14:16

註釋:

  4:6,17  Lu 17:18  1Co 10:31 

經文:

利未記 14:17-14:17

註釋:

  14  8:30  Ex 29:20,21  Eze 36:27  Joh 1:16  Tit 3:3-6  1Pe 1:2 

經文:

利未記 14:18-14:18

註釋:

 * the remnant.
  8:12  Ex 29:7  2Co 1:21,22 
  Eph 1:17,18 
 * make an atonement.
  4:26,31  5:16 

經文:

利未記 14:19-14:19

註釋:

  12  5:1,6  12:6-8  Ro 8:3  2Co 5:21 

經文:

利未記 14:20-14:20

註釋:

  10  Eph 5:2 

經文:

利未記 14:21-14:21

註釋:

 * poor.
  1:14  5:7  12:8  1Sa 2:8  Job 34:19  Pr 17:5  22:2  Lu 6:20  21:2-4 
  2Co 8:9,12  Jas 2:5,6 
 * cannot.  Heb. his hand reach not.  one lamb.
  10 
 * to be waved.  Heb. for a waving.

經文:

利未記 14:22-14:22

註釋:

 * two turtle doves.
   {Tor,} the turtle or ring-dove, so called by an onomatopoeia
   from its cooing, as in Greek [trugon], Latin,
   {turtur} and English, turtle.  It is a species of the dove or
   pigeon, here called {yonah,} and in the Syriac {yauno,} from
   the verb to oppress, afflict, because of its being
   particularly defenceless, and exposed to rapine and violence.
   The dove is a genus of birds too well known to need a
   particular description; and of which there are several species
   besides the turtle-dove; as the wood pigeon, tame pigeon, and
   others.  The dove is universally allowed to be one of the most
   beautiful objects in nature.  The brilliancy of her plumage,
   the splendour of her eye, the innocence of her look, the
   excellence of her dispositions, and the purity of her manners,
   have been the theme of admiration and praise in every age.  To
   the snowy whiteness of her wings, and the rich golden hues
   that adorn her neck, the inspired Psalmist alludes in most
   elegant strains.  (Ps 68:13.)  The voice of the dove is
   particularly tender and plaintive, and bears a striking
   resemblance to the groan of a person in distress; to which the
   inspired bards frequently allude.  (Isa 38:14; 59:11; Eze
   7:16.)  Her native dwelling is in the caves or hollows of the
   rock; allusions to which fact also occur in the Sacred
   Writings, (So 2:14; Jer 48:28.)  Her manners are as engaging
   as her form is elegant, and her plumage rich and beautiful.
   She is the chosen emblem of simplicity, gentleness, chastity,
   and feminine timidity, and for this reason, as well as from
   their abounding in the East, they were probably chosen as
   offerings by Jehovah.

  Ps 68:13  So 2:14  Isa 38:14  59:11  Jer 48:28  Eze 7:16 

經文:

利未記 14:23-14:23

註釋:

  11 

經文:

利未記 14:24-14:24

註釋:

  10-13 

經文:

利未記 14:25-14:25

註釋:

  14-20  Ps 40:6  Ec 5:1 

經文:

利未記 14:26-14:26

註釋:

  26 

經文:

利未記 14:27-14:27

註釋:

  27 

經文:

利未記 14:28-14:28

註釋:

  28 

經文:

利未記 14:29-14:29

註釋:

  18,20  Ex 30:15,16  Joh 17:19  1Jo 2:1,2  5:6 

經文:

利未記 14:30-14:30

註釋:

  22  12:8  15:14,15  Lu 2:24  Ro 8:3 

經文:

利未記 14:31-14:31

註釋:

  31 

經文:

利未記 14:32-14:32

註釋:

  2,54-57  13:59 
 * whose hand.
  10,21  Ps 72:12-14  136:23  Mt 11:5  1Co 1:27,28 

經文:

利未記 14:33-14:33

註釋:

  33 

經文:

利未記 14:34-14:34

註釋:

 * When.
  23:10  25:2  Nu 35:10  De 7:2  12:1,8  19:1  26:1  27:3 
 * which I.
  Ge 12:7  13:17  17:8  Nu 32:32  De 12:9,10  32:49  Jos 13:1 
 * I put the plague of leprosy.
   It was probably from this text, that the leprosy has been in
   general considered to be a supernatural disease, inflicted
   immediately by God himself; but it cannot be inferred from
   this expression, as it is well known, that in Scripture, God
   is frequently represented as doing what, in the course of his
   providence, he only permits to be done.

  Ex 15:26  De 7:15  1Sa 2:6  Pr 3:33  Isa 45:7  Am 3:6  6:11  Mic 6:9 

經文:

利未記 14:35-14:35

註釋:

 * a plague.
  De 7:26  Jos 7:21  1Sa 3:12-14  1Ki 13:34  Ps 91:10  Pr 3:33 
  Zec 5:4 

經文:

利未記 14:36-14:36

註釋:

 * empty.  or, prepare.  be not made.
  1Co 15:33  2Ti 2:17,18  Heb 12:15  Re 18:4 

經文:

利未記 14:37-14:37

註釋:

  13:3,19,20,42,49 

經文:

利未記 14:38-14:38

註釋:

  13:50 

經文:

利未記 14:39-14:39

註釋:

  13:7,8,22,27,36,51 
   The consideration of the circumstances will exhibit the
   importance and the propriety of the Mosaic ordinance on the
   subject of the house leprosy.  1.  Moses ordained that the
   owner of a house, when any suspicious spots appeared on the
   walls, should be bound to give notice of it, in order that
   the house might be inspected; and that person, as in the case
   of the human leprosy, was to be the priest, whose duty it
   was.  Now this would serve to check the mischief at its very
   origin, and make every one attentive to observe it.  2.  On
   notice being given, the priest was to inspect the house, but
   the occupant had liberty to remove everything previously out
   of it; and that this might be done, the priest was empowered
   to order it ex officio; for whatever was found within a house
   declared unclean, became unclean along with it.  3.  If, on
   the first inspection, the complaint did not appear wholly
   without foundation, but suspicious spots or dimples were
   actually to be seen, the house was to be shut up for seven
   days and then to be inspected anew.  If, in this interval,
   the evil did not spread, it was considered as have been a
   circumstance merely accidental, and the house was not
   polluted; but if it had spread, it was not considered a
   harmless accident, but the real house leprosy; and the stones
   affected with it were to be broken out of the wall, and
   carried to an unclean place without the city, and the walls
   of the whole house here scraped and plastered anew.  4.  If,
   after this, the leprosy broke out afresh, the whole house was
   to be pulled down, and the materials carried without the
   city.  Moses therefore, never suffered a leprous house to
   stand.  5.  If, on the other hand, the house being inspected
   a second time, was found clean, it was solemnly so declared,
   and offering made on the occasion; in order that every one
   might know for certain that it was not infected, and the
   public be freed from all fears on that score.  By this law
   many evils were actually prevented--it would check the
   mischief in its very origin, and make every one attentive to
   observe it:  the people would also guard against those
   impurities whence it arose, and thus the health be preserved
   and not suffer in an infected house.  These Mosaic statues
   were intended to prevent infection by the sacred obligations
   of religion.  Ceremonial laws many keep more conscientiously
   and sacredly than moral precepts.

經文:

利未記 14:40-14:40

註釋:

 * take away.
  Ps 101:5,7,8  Pr 22:10  25:4,5  Isa 1:25,26  Mt 18:17  Joh 15:2 
  1Co 5:5,6,13  Tit 3:10  2Jo 1:10,11  Re 2:2,6,14-16,20 
 * without the city.
  Re 22:15 

經文:

利未記 14:41-14:41

註釋:

 * into an unclean place.
  Job 36:13,14  Isa 65:4  Mt 8:28  24:51  1Ti 1:20  Re 22:15 

經文:

利未記 14:42-14:42

註釋:

  Ge 18:19  Jos 24:15  2Ch 17:7-9  19:5-7  29:4,5  Ps 101:6 
  Ac 1:20-26  1Ti 5:9,10,21,22  2Ti 2:2  Tit 1:5-9 

經文:

利未記 14:43-14:43

註釋:

  Jer 6:28-30  Eze 24:13  Heb 6:4-8  2Pe 2:20,22  Jude 1:12 

經文:

利未記 14:44-14:44

註釋:

  13:51,52  Zec 5:4 

經文:

利未記 14:45-14:45

註釋:

 * break down.
  1Ki 9:6-9  2Ki 10:27  17:20-23  18:4  25:4-12,25,26  Jer 52:13 
  Eze 5:4  Mt 22:7  24:2  Ro 11:7-11  Re 11:2 
 * into an unclean place.
  41 

經文:

利未記 14:46-14:46

註釋:

 * shall be unclean.
  11:24,25,28  15:5-8,10  17:15  22:6  Nu 19:7-10,21,22 

經文:

利未記 14:47-14:47

註釋:

 * wash his clothes.
  8,9 

經文:

利未記 14:48-14:48

註釋:

 * shall come in.  Heb. in coming in shall come in, etc.
   because.
  3  Job 5:18  Ho 6:1  Mr 5:29,34  Lu 7:21  1Co 6:11 

經文:

利未記 14:49-14:49

註釋:

  4-7 

經文:

利未記 14:50-14:50

註釋:

  50 

經文:

利未記 14:51-14:51

註釋:

  51 

經文:

利未記 14:52-14:52

註釋:

  52 

經文:

利未記 14:53-14:53

註釋:

  20 

經文:

利未記 14:54-14:54

註釋:

 * the law.
  2,32  6:9,14,25  7:1,37  11:46  15:32  Nu 5:29  6:13  19:14  De 24:8 
 * scall.
  13:30,31 

經文:

利未記 14:55-14:55

註釋:

 * the leprosy.
  13:47-59 
 * of a house.
  34 

經文:

利未記 14:56-14:56

註釋:

 * a rising.
  13:2 

經文:

利未記 14:57-14:57

註釋:

 * teach.
  10:10  Jer 15:19  Eze 44:23 
 * when it is unclean, and when it is clean.  Heb. in the day of
   the unclean, and in the day of the clean.  this is.
  De 24:8 

經文:

利未記 15:1-15:1

註釋:

  1;  The uncleanness of men in their issues.
 13;  The cleansing of them.
 19;  The uncleanness of women in their issues.
 28;  Their cleansing.

 * Aaron.
  11:1  13:1  Ps 25:14  Am 3:7  Heb 1:1 

經文:

利未記 15:2-15:2

註釋:

 * unto the.
  De 4:7,8  Ne 9:13,14  Ps 78:5  147:19,20  Ro 3:2 
 * when any man.
   It is not necessary to consider particularly the laws
   contained in this chapter, the letter of the text being in
   general sufficiently plain.  It may, however, be observed,
   that from the pains which persons rendered unclean were
   obliged to take, the ablutions and separations which they
   must observe, and the privations to which they must in
   consequence be exposed, in the way of commerce, traffic,
   etc., these laws were admirably adapted to prevent contagion
   of every kind, by keeping the whole from the diseased, and to
   hinder licentious indulgences and excesses of every
   description.

  22:4  Nu 5:2  2Sa 3:29  Mt 9:20  Mr 5:25  7:20-23  Lu 8:43 
 * running issue.  or, running of the reins.

經文:

利未記 15:3-15:3

註釋:

  12:3  Eze 16:26  23:20 

經文:

利未記 15:4-15:4

註釋:

 * thing.  Heb. vessel.  be unclean.
  1Co 15:33  Eph 5:11  Tit 1:15 

經文:

利未記 15:5-15:5

註釋:

  11:25,28,32  13:6,34  14:8,9,27,46,47  16:26,28  17:15 
  Nu 19:10,22  Ps 26:6  51:2,7  Isa 1:16  22:14  Eze 36:25,29 
  Heb 9:14,26  10:22  Jas 4:8  Re 7:14 

經文:

利未記 15:6-15:6

註釋:

  Isa 1:16  Jas 4:8 

經文:

利未記 15:7-15:7

註釋:

  7 

經文:

利未記 15:8-15:8

註釋:

  Isa 1:16  Ga 1:8,9  1Ti 4:1-3  Tit 1:9,10  2Pe 2:1-3  Jas 4:8 
  Jude 1:4 

經文:

利未記 15:9-15:9

註釋:

 * saddle.
   The word {merchav,} from {rachav,} to ride, here rendered by
   our translators saddle, and frequently chariot.  Mr. Harmer
   thinks rather means a litter, or {coune,} of which we have
   already given a description in Ge 31:34.

  Ge 31:34 

經文:

利未記 15:10-15:10

註釋:

  5,8  Ps 26:6  Jas 4:8 

經文:

利未記 15:11-15:11

註釋:

 * whomsoever.
   It is rather doubtful whether the words hath not rinsed his
   hands in water refer to him who was diseased, or to him who
   had his hands touched.  Most understand it of the former,
   that if the person who had the issue rinsed his hands in
   water, just before he touched any one, he did not communicate
   any pollution; otherwise, he did.  But the Syriac refers it
   to the person touched by him, though it seems strange that he
   should be cleansed by washing his hands, when perhaps some
   other part was touched.

經文:

利未記 15:12-15:12

註釋:

 * vessel.
  6:28  11:32,33  Pr 1:21,23  3:21  2Co 5:1  Php 3:21 
 * shall be broken.
  Ps 2:9 

經文:

利未記 15:13-15:13

註釋:

 * seven days.
  28  8:33  9:1  14:8,10  Ex 29:35,37  Nu 12:14  19:11,12 
 * wash.
  5,10,11  Jer 33:8  Eze 36:25-29  2Co 7:1  Jas 4:8  Re 1:5 

經文:

利未記 15:14-15:14

註釋:

  29,30  1:14  12:6,8  14:22-31  Nu 6:10  2Co 5:21  Heb 7:26  10:10,12 
  Heb 10:14 

經文:

利未記 15:15-15:15

註釋:

 * the one.
  5:7-10  14:19,20,30,31 
 * an atonement.
  4:20,26,31,35  12:7  14:18  Nu 15:25  25:13  Mt 3:17  Eph 1:6 
  Heb 1:3 

經文:

利未記 15:16-15:16

註釋:

  5  22:4  De 23:10,11  2Co 7:1  1Pe 2:11  1Jo 1:7 

經文:

利未記 15:17-15:17

註釋:

 * skin.
   The poorer class of Arabs of our times make use of mats in
   their tents; and other inhabitants of these countries, who
   affect ancient simplicity of manners, make use of goat-skins.
   Dr. R.  Chandler, in his Travels in Greece, tells us, that he
   saw some dervishes at Athens sitting on goat-skins; and that
   he was afterwards conducted into a room furnished in like
   manner, with the same kind of carpeting, where he was treated
   with a pipe and coffee by the chief dervish.  Those that are
   at all acquainted with Oriental manners, in these later
   times, know that their dervishes (who are a sort of
   Mohammedan devotees, a good deal resembling the begging
   friars of the church or Rome) affect great simplicity, and
   even sometimes austerity, in their dress and way of living.
   As these dervishes that Dr. Chandler visited sat on
   goat-skins, and used no other kind of carpet for the
   accommodation of those who visited them:  so it should seem
   that the Israelites in the wilderness made use of skins for
   mattresses to lie upon, and consequently, we may equally
   suppose to sit upon in the day time, instead of a carpet.

經文:

利未記 15:18-15:18

註釋:

 * the woman.
  5  Eph 4:17-19  5:3-11  2Ti 2:22  1Pe 2:11 
 * unclean.
  Ex 19:15  1Sa 21:4,5  Ps 51:5  1Co 6:12,18  1Th 4:3-5  Heb 13:4 

經文:

利未記 15:19-15:19

註釋:

 * and her issue.
  12:2,4  20:18  La 1:8,9,17  Eze 36:17  Mt 15:19  Mr 5:25 
 * put apart.  Heb. in her separation.

經文:

利未記 15:20-15:20

註釋:

  4-9  Pr 2:16-19  5:3-13  6:24,35  7:10-27  9:13-18  22:27  Ec 7:26 
  1Co 15:33 

經文:

利未記 15:21-15:21

註釋:

  5,6  Isa 22:14  2Co 7:1  Heb 9:26  Re 7:14 

經文:

利未記 15:22-15:22

註釋:

  22 

經文:

利未記 15:23-15:23

註釋:

  23 

經文:

利未記 15:24-15:24

註釋:

  33  20:18  Eze 18:6  22:10  1Th 5:22  Heb 13:4  1Pe 2:11 

經文:

利未記 15:25-15:25

註釋:

  19-24  Mt 9:20  Mr 5:25  7:20-23  Lu 8:43 

經文:

利未記 15:26-15:26

註釋:

  26 

經文:

利未記 15:27-15:27

註釋:

  5-8,13,21  17:15,16  Eze 36:25,29  Zec 13:1  Heb 9:14  10:22 
  1Pe 1:18,19  1Jo 1:7 

經文:

利未記 15:28-15:28

註釋:

  13-15  Mt 1:21  1Co 1:30  6:11  Ga 3:13  4:4  Eph 1:6,7 

經文:

利未記 15:29-15:29

註釋:

  14 

經文:

利未記 15:30-15:30

註釋:

  30 

經文:

利未記 15:31-15:31

註釋:

 * Thus shall.
  11:47  13:59  Nu 5:3  De 24:8  Ps 66:18  Eze 44:23  Heb 10:29 
  Heb 12:14,15  Jude 1:4 
 * that they.
  19:30  21:23  Nu 5:3  19:13,20  Eze 5:11  23:38  44:5-7  Da 9:27 
  1Co 3:17 
   These laws were principally intended to impress the minds of
   the Israelites with reverence for the sanctuary; and, on the
   one hand, to shew them what need they had of circumspection,
   and purity of heart and life, in order to worship the holy
   God with acceptance; and, on the other hand, that being
   sinners in a world full of temptations and defilements, they
   would continually need forgiveness, through the great
   atonement typified by all the sacrifices, and the
   sanctification of the Spirit, showed forth by all the
   purifications.  While they were encamped in the desert, it
   would not be very burdensome to bring the prescribed
   oblations; but after they were settled in Canaan, many of
   them at a great distance from the tabernacle, this would
   become much more difficult.  We may, however, observe,
   continues Mr. Scott, that many of the cases stated only
   required such washings as might any where be performed, and
   that those, respecting which sacrifices were appointed, would
   more rarely occur.  We may also suppose, that provided these
   were brought, when the person who had been unclean first came
   to the sanctuary, it would suffice: though distance or other
   hindrances prevented its being done immediately, at the
   expiration of the seven days.

經文:

利未記 15:32-15:32

註釋:

  1-18  11:46  13:59  14:2,32,54-57  Nu 5:29  6:13  19:14  Eze 43:12 

經文:

利未記 15:33-15:33

註釋:

 * of her.
  19-30 
 * and of him.
  24  20:18 

經文:

利未記 16:1-16:1

註釋:

  1;  How the high priest must enter into the holy place.
 11;  The sin offering for himself.
 15;  The sin offering for the people.
 20;  The scape-goat.
 29;  The yearly feast of the expiations.

  10:1,2 

經文:

利未記 16:2-16:2

註釋:

 * he come not.
  23:27  Ex 26:33,34  30:10  40:20,21  1Ki 8:6  Heb 9:3,7,8 
  Heb 10:19,20 
 * that he die not.
  13  8:35  Nu 4:19  17:10  Mt 27:51  Heb 4:14-16  10:19 
 * in the cloud.
  Ex 40:34,35  1Ki 8:10-12  2Ch 5:14 
 * the mercy seat.
  Ex 25:17-22 

經文:

利未記 16:3-16:3

註釋:

 * Aaron.
  Heb 9:7,12,24,25 
 * a young.
  4:3  8:14  Nu 29:7-11 
 * a ram for a burnt-offering.
  1:3,10  8:18  9:3 

經文:

利未記 16:4-16:4

註釋:

 * holy line coat.  Heb. of holiness.  Greek. a sanctified linen
   coat.
   This and the other vestures were peculiar for this day, and
   for the services of this day; that is, for making atonement:
   the other service, which was ordinary, he performed this day
   in his other priestly garments.  The eight ornaments usually
   worn by the high priest are enumerated in Exodus xxviii
   ver.4, etc., and the four that were for this day are here
   expressed, and are called the white garments, while the
   others were designated the golden garments, because some were
   made with gold thread woven in them.  These four were made of
   six double twisted threads, and of flax only.

  6:10  Ex 28:2,39-43  39:27-29  Isa 53:2  Eze 44:17,18  Lu 1:35 
  Php 2:7  Heb 2:14  7:26 
 * therefore.
  8:6,7  Ex 29:4  30:20  40:12,31,32  Re 1:5,6 

經文:

利未記 16:5-16:5

註釋:

  4:14  8:2,14  9:8-16  Nu 29:11  2Ch 29:21  Ezr 6:17  Eze 45:22,23 
  Ro 8:3  Heb 7:27,28  10:5-14 

經文:

利未記 16:6-16:6

註釋:

 * which.
  8:14-17  Heb 9:7 
 * an atonement, for himself.
  9:7  Ezr 10:18,19  Job 1:5  Eze 43:19,27  Heb 5:2 

經文:

利未記 16:7-16:7

註釋:

  1:3  4:4  12:6,7  Mt 16:21  Ro 12:1 

經文:

利未記 16:8-16:8

註釋:

 * cast lots.
  Nu 26:55  33:54  Jos 18:10,11  1Sa 14:41,42  Pr 16:33  Eze 48:29 
  Jon 1:7  Ac 1:23-26 
 * scape goat.  Heb. Azazel, that is, the goat-gone-away.
   The Hebrew [             ] has been supposed by some to be the
   name of a place, either a mountain or cliff, to which the goat
   was led.  But no place of that name has ever been pointed out,
   except a mountain near Sinai, which was too distant for the
   goat to be conducted there from Jerusalem.  Other learned men
   think it was the name of the devil, who was worshipped by the
   heathen in the form of a goat.  But Bp. Patrick justly objects
   to this opinion; for it is difficult to conceive, that when
   the other goat was offered to God, this should be sent among
   demons.  The more probable opinion seems to be, that it was
   name given to the goat itself, on account of his being let go;
   from {aiz,} a goat, and {azal,} to depart.  So LXX.
   [[FNgreek]apopompaov[Fn],] and Vulgate {emissarius,} sent away; Aquila
   and Symmachus [[FNgreek]tragov apercomenov[Fn],] or [[FNgreek]apolelumenov[Fn]:]
   the goat going away, or dismissed.

經文:

利未記 16:9-16:9

註釋:

 * upon which.
  Ac 2:23  4:27,28 
 * fell.  Heb. went up.

經文:

利未記 16:10-16:10

註釋:

 * the scape-goat.
  21,22 
 * to make.
  Isa 53:5,6,10,11  Ro 4:25  2Co 5:21  Heb 7:26,27  9:23,24  1Jo 2:2 
  1Jo 3:16 
 * let him.
  14:7 

經文:

利未記 16:11-16:11

註釋:

  3,6 

經文:

利未記 16:12-16:12

註釋:

 * from off.
  10:1  Nu 16:18,46  Isa 6:6,7  Heb 9:14  1Jo 1:7 
 * sweet incense.
  Ex 30:34-38  31:11  37:29  Re 8:3,4 

經文:

利未記 16:13-16:13

註釋:

 * And he.
  Ex 30:1,7,8  Nu 16:7,18,46  Re 8:3,4 
 * the cloud.
  Ex 25:21  Heb 4:14-16  7:25  9:24  1Jo 2:1,2 

經文:

利未記 16:14-16:14

註釋:

  4:5,6,17  8:11  Ro 3:24-26  Heb 9:7,13,25  10:4,10-12,19  12:24 

經文:

利未記 16:15-16:15

註釋:

 * Then shall.
  5-9  Heb 2:17  5:3  9:7,25,26 
 * bring.
  2  Heb 6:19  9:3,7,12 

經文:

利未記 16:16-16:16

註釋:

 * an atonement.
  18  8:15  Ex 29:36,37  Eze 45:18,19  Joh 14:3  Heb 9:22,23 
 * remaineth.  Heb. dwelleth.

經文:

利未記 16:17-16:17

註釋:

 * no man.
  Ex 34:3  Isa 53:6  Da 9:24  Lu 1:10  Ac 4:12  1Ti 2:5  Heb 1:3  9:7 
  1Pe 2:24  3:18 
 * and have made.
  10,11 

經文:

利未記 16:18-16:18

註釋:

  16  4:7,18  Ex 30:10  Joh 17:19  Heb 2:11  5:7,8  9:22,23 

經文:

利未記 16:19-16:19

註釋:

  Eze 43:18-22  Zec 13:1 

經文:

利未記 16:20-16:20

註釋:

 * reconciling.
  16  6:30  8:15  Eze 45:20  2Co 5:19  Col 1:20 
 * live goat.
  Ro 4:25  8:34  Heb 7:25  Re 1:18 

經文:

利未記 16:21-16:21

註釋:

 * lay.
  1:4  Ex 29:10 
 * confess over.
  26:40  Ezr 10:1  Ne 1:6,7  9:3-5  Ps 32:5  51:3  Pr 28:13  Da 9:3-20 
  Ro 10:10 
 * putting.
  Isa 53:6  2Co 5:21 
 * a fit man.  Heb. a man of opportunity.
   The man that took the scape-goat into the wilderness, and
   they that burned the sin offering, were to be looked upon as
   ceremonially unclean, and must not come into the camp till
   they had washed their clothes and bathed their flesh in
   water, which signified the defiling nature of sin; even the
   sacrifice which was made sin, was defiling:  also the
   imperfection of the legal sacrifices, they were so far from
   taking away sin, that they left some stain even upon those
   that touched them.

經文:

利未記 16:22-16:22

註釋:

 * bear upon.
  Isa 53:11,12  Joh 1:29  Ga 3:13  Heb 9:28  1Pe 2:24 
 * not inhabited.  Heb. of separation.
  Ps 103:10,12  Eze 18:22  Mic 7:19 

經文:

利未記 16:23-16:23

註釋:

  4  Eze 42:14  44:19  Ro 8:3  Php 2:6-11  Heb 9:28 

經文:

利未記 16:24-16:24

註釋:

 * wash.
  4  8:6  14:9  22:6  Ex 29:4  Heb 9:10  10:19-22  Re 1:5,6 
 * his garments.
  8:7-9  Ex 28:4-14  29:5 
 * his burnt.
  3,5 
 * and make.
  17 

經文:

利未記 16:25-16:25

註釋:

  6  4:8-10,19  Ex 29:13 

經文:

利未記 16:26-16:26

註釋:

 * he that.
  10,21,22 
 * wash.
  28  14:8  15:5-11,27  Nu 19:7,8,21  Heb 7:19 

經文:

利未記 16:27-16:27

註釋:

 * bullock.
  4:11,12,21  6:30  8:17 
 * without.
  Mt 27:31-33  Heb 13:11-14 

經文:

利未記 16:28-16:28

註釋:

  26 

經文:

利未記 16:29-16:29

註釋:

 * in the seventh.
  23:27-32  Ex 30:10  Nu 29:7  1Ki 8:2  Ezr 3:1 
 * shall afflict.
  Ps 35:13  69:10  Isa 58:3,5  Da 10:3,12  1Co 11:31  2Co 7:10,11 
 * do no.
  23:3,7,8,21,28,36  Ex 12:16  20:10  Isa 58:13  Heb 4:10 

經文:

利未記 16:30-16:30

註釋:

  Ps 51:2,7,10  Jer 33:8  Eze 36:25-27  Eph 5:26  Tit 2:14 
  Heb 9:13,14  10:1,2  1Jo 1:7-9 

經文:

利未記 16:31-16:31

註釋:

  23:32  25:4  Ex 31:15  35:2 

經文:

利未記 16:32-16:32

註釋:

 * the priest.
  4:3,5,16 
 * consecrate.  Heb. fill his hand.
  Ex 29:9  *marg: 
 * to minister.
  Ex 29:29,30  Nu 20:26-28 
 * put on the linen.
  4 

經文:

利未記 16:33-16:33

註釋:

  6,16,18,19,24  Ex 20:25,26 

經文:

利未記 16:34-16:34

註釋:

 * an everlasting.
  23:31  Nu 29:7 
 * once a year.
  Ex 30:10  Heb 9:7,25  10:3,14 

經文:

利未記 17:1-17:1

註釋:

  1;  The blood of all slain beasts must be offered to the Lord
     at the door of the tabernacle.
  7;  They must not offer to devils.
 10;  All eating of blood is forbidden;
 15;  and of all that dies by itself, or is torn.

  1 

經文:

利未記 17:2-17:2

註釋:

  2 

經文:

利未記 17:3-17:3

註釋:

 * be of.
  8,12,13,15 
 * that killeth an.
  De 12:5-7,11-15,20-22,26,27 

經文:

利未記 17:4-17:4

註釋:

 * bringeth.
  1:3  De 12:5,6,13,14  Eze 20:40  Joh 10:7,9  14:6 
 * blood shall.
  7:18  Ps 32:2  Ro 4:6  5:13,20  Phm 1:18,19 
 * he hath.
  Isa 66:3 
 * be cut off.
  10,14  18:29  20:3,16,18  Ge 17:14  Ex 12:15,19  Nu 15:30,31 

經文:

利未記 17:5-17:5

註釋:

 * in the open.
  Ge 21:33  22:2,13  31:54  De 12:2  1Ki 14:23  2Ki 16:4  17:10 
  2Ch 28:4  Eze 20:28  22:9 
 * and offer them.
  3:1-17  7:11-21  Ex 24:5 

經文:

利未記 17:6-17:6

註釋:

 * sprinkle.
  3:2,8,13 
 * burn.
  3:5,11,16  4:31  Ex 29:13,18  Nu 18:17 

經文:

利未記 17:7-17:7

註釋:

 * unto devils.
  De 32:17  2Ch 11:15  Ps 106:37  Joh 12:31  14:30  1Co 10:20 
  2Co 4:4  Eph 2:2  Re 9:20 
 * devils.
   {Seirim,} properly signifies hairy or hairy ones; and hence
   is used not only for he-goats, but also for some fabulous
   beings or sylvan gods, to whom was ascribed the form of
   goats.  Maimonides says that the Zabian idolaters worshipped
   demons under the form of goats; and that this custom being
   spread among other nations, gave occasion to this precept.
   He-goats, however, are probably intended here, which were
   objects of divine honour among the Egyptians under the name
   of honour among the Egyptians under the name of Mendes.
   Herodotus says that all goats were worshipped in Egypt; but
   particularly he-goats.  From these seem to have sprung Pan,
   Silenus, and the innumerable herd of those imaginary beings,
   fauns, satyrs, dryads, etc., all woodland gods, and held in
   veneration by the Greeks and Romans.

 * gone a whoring.
   Though this phrase is equivalent, in Scripture, to that of
   committing idolatry, yet it is to be taken sometimes in a
   literal sense.  Baalpeor and Ashtaroth were worshipped with
   obscene rite; and public prostitution formed a great part of
   the worship among the Egyptians, Moabites, Canaanites,
   Greeks, and Romans.

  20:5  Ex 34:15  De 31:16  Jer 3:1  Eze 23:8  Re 17:1-5 

經文:

利未記 17:8-17:8

註釋:

 * that offereth.
  4,10  1:2,3  Jud 6:26  1Sa 7:9  10:8  16:2  2Sa 24:25  1Ki 18:30-38 
  Mal 1:11 

經文:

利未記 17:9-17:9

註釋:

  4 

經文:

利未記 17:10-17:10

註釋:

 * that eateth.
  11  3:17  7:26,27  19:26  Ge 9:4  De 12:16,23  15:23  1Sa 14:33 
  Eze 33:25  44:7  Ac 15:20,29  Heb 10:29 
 * I will.
  20:3-6  26:17  Ps 34:16  Jer 21:10  44:11  Eze 14:8  15:7 

經文:

利未記 17:11-17:11

註釋:

 * the life.
   This sentence, which contains a most important truth, had
   existed in the Mosaic writings for more than 3,000; years,
   before the attention of any philosopher was drawn to the
   subject.  That the blood actually possesses a living
   principle, and that the life of the whole body is derived
   from it, is a doctrine of revelation, and a doctrine which
   the experiments of the most accurate anatomists have served
   strongly to confirm.  The proper circulation of this
   important fluid through the whole human system was first
   taught by Solomon in figurative language, (Ec 12:6,) and
   discovered, as it is called, and demonstrated by Dr. Harvey
   in 1628; though some Italian philosophers had the same notion
   a little before.  This accurate anatomist was the first who
   fully revived the Mosaic notion of the vitality of the blood;
   which was afterwards adopted by the justly celebrated Dr.
   John Hunter, professor of anatomy, and established by him, by
   a great variety of strong reasoning and accurate experiments.

  14 
 * I have.
  8:15  16:11,14-19  Mt 20:28  26:28  Mr 14:24  Ro 3:25  5:9 
  Eph 1:7  Col 1:14,20  Heb 9:22  13:12  1Pe 1:2  1Jo 1:7  2:2  Re 1:5 

經文:

利未記 17:12-17:12

註釋:

 * neither.
  Ex 12:49 

經文:

利未記 17:13-17:13

註釋:

 * which hunteth.
  7:26 
 * hunteth.  Heb. hunteth any hunting.  pour out.
  De 12:16,24  15:23  1Sa 14:32-34  Job 16:18  Eze 24:7 

經文:

利未記 17:14-17:14

註釋:

  11,12  Ge 9:4  De 12:23 

經文:

利未記 17:15-17:15

註釋:

 * every soul.
  22:8  Ex 22:31  De 14:21  Eze 4:14  44:31 
 * that which died of itself.  Heb. a carcase.  both wash.
  11:25  15:5,10,21  Nu 19:8,19,21  Re 7:14 

經文:

利未記 17:16-17:16

註釋:

  5:1  7:18  19:8  20:17,19,20  Nu 19:19,20  Isa 53:11  Joh 13:8 
  Heb 9:28  1Pe 2:24 

經文:

利未記 18:1-18:1

註釋:

  1;  Unlawful marriages, and unlawful lusts.

  1 

經文:

利未記 18:2-18:2

註釋:

  4  11:44  19:3,4,10,34  20:7  Ge 17:7  Ex 6:7  20:2  Ps 33:12 
  Eze 20:5,7,19,20 

經文:

利未記 18:3-18:3

註釋:

 * the doings.
  Ps 106:35  Eze 20:7,8  23:8  Eph 5:7-11  1Pe 4:2-4 
 * and after.
  20:23  Ex 23:24  De 12:4,30,31  Jer 10:2,3  Ro 12:2 

經文:

利未記 18:4-18:4

註釋:

  26  19:37  20:22  De 4:1,2  6:1  Ps 105:45  119:4  Eze 20:19  36:27 
  Eze 37:24  Lu 1:6  Joh 15:14 

經文:

利未記 18:5-18:5

註釋:

 * which if a man do.
  Eze 20:11,13,21  Lu 10:28  Ro 10:5  Ga 3:12 
 * I am the Lord.
  Ex 6:2,6,29  Mal 3:6 

經文:

利未記 18:6-18:6

註釋:

 * near to kin.  Heb. remainder of his flesh.
   Not withstanding the prohibitions here, it must be evident,
   that in the infancy of the world, persons very near of kin,
   and even brothers and sisters, must have joined in
   matrimonial alliances; and therefore we cannot pronounce them
   immoral in themselves.  But, in these first instances,
   necessity required it; but when this necessity no longer
   existed, the thing became inexpedient and improper:  for  1.
   As human nature now is, it is very expedient that those who
   are so much together in youth, should, by such a restriction
   be taught to look upon all such intercourse as prohibited and
   incestuous; for unless such restrictions are made, it would
   be impossible to prevent the prevalence of very early
   corruption among young persons.  (See Michaelis on the laws
   of Moses, Art. 108.)  2.  That the duties owing by nature to
   relatives might not be confounded with those of a social or
   political kind; for could a man be a brother and a husband,
   or a son and a husband at the same time, and fulfil the
   duties of both?  Impossible.  3.  That by intermarrying with
   other families, relationship and its endearments might be
   diffused.  These prohibitions are, therefore, to be
   considered so eminently moral obligations as to be observed
   by all mankind.

 * to uncover.
  7-19  20:11,12,17-21 

經文:

利未記 18:7-18:7

註釋:

  20:11  Eze 22:10 

經文:

利未記 18:8-18:8

註釋:

  20:11  Ge 35:22  49:4  De 22:30  27:20  2Sa 16:21,22  Eze 22:10 
  Am 2:7  1Co 5:1 

經文:

利未記 18:9-18:9

註釋:

  20:17  De 27:22  2Sa 13:11-14  Eze 22:11 

經文:

利未記 18:10-18:10

註釋:

  10 

經文:

利未記 18:11-18:11

註釋:

  11 

經文:

利未記 18:12-18:12

註釋:

  20:19  Ex 6:20 

經文:

利未記 18:13-18:13

註釋:

  13 

經文:

利未記 18:14-18:14

註釋:

  20:20 

經文:

利未記 18:15-18:15

註釋:

  20:12  Ge 38:18,19,26  Eze 22:11 

經文:

利未記 18:16-18:16

註釋:

  20:21  De 25:5  Mt 14:3,4  22:24  Mr 6:17  12:19  Lu 3:19 

經文:

利未記 18:17-18:17

註釋:

 * a woman.
  20:14  De 27:23  Am 2:7 
 * it is wickedness.
  20:14 

經文:

利未記 18:18-18:18

註釋:

 * wife.  or, one wife to another.
  Ge 4:19  29:28  Ex 26:3 
 * to vex her.
  Ge 30:15  1Sa 1:6-8  Mal 2:15 

經文:

利未記 18:19-18:19

註釋:

  15:19,24  20:18  Eze 18:6  22:10 

經文:

利未記 18:20-18:20

註釋:

  20:10  Ex 20:14  De 5:18  22:22,25  2Sa 11:3,4,27  Pr 6:25,29-33 
  Mal 3:5  Mt 5:27,28  Ro 2:22  1Co 6:9  Ga 5:19  Heb 13:4 

經文:

利未記 18:21-18:21

註釋:

 * pass through.
   Molech signifies a king, or governor, of similar import with
   Ba(836c), lord, or governor; and it is generally supposed that
   the sun was worshipped under this name; and more particularly
   as the fire appears to have been so much employed in his
   worship.  It seems clear that children were not only
   consecrated to him by passing through the fire, which appears
   to be alluded to here, but that they were actually made a
   burnt offering to him.  (See the parallel passages.)  That
   the several abominations afterwards mentioned were actually
   practised by many heathen nations is abundantly attested by
   their own writers.

  20:2  De 12:31  18:10  2Ki 16:3  21:6  23:10  Ps 106:37,38  Jer 7:31 
  Jer 19:5  Eze 20:31  23:37 
 * to Molech.
  1Ki 11:7,33  Am 5:26  Ac 7:43 
 * Moloch.
 * profane.
  19:12  20:2-5  21:6  22:2,32  Eze 36:20-23  Mal 1:12  Ro 1:23  2:24 

經文:

利未記 18:22-18:22

註釋:

  20:13  Ge 19:5  Jud 19:22  1Ki 14:24  Ro 1:26,27  1Co 6:9  1Ti 1:10 
  Jude 1:7 

經文:

利未記 18:23-18:23

註釋:

 * any beast.
  20:15,16  Ex 22:19 
 * confusion.
  20:12 

經文:

利未記 18:24-18:24

註釋:

 * Defile.
  6-23,30  Jer 44:4  Mt 15:18-20  Mr 7:10-23  1Co 3:17 
 * for.
  20:22,23  De 12:31  18:12 

經文:

利未記 18:25-18:25

註釋:

 * the land.
  Nu 35:33,34  Ps 106:38  Isa 24:5  Jer 2:7  16:18  Eze 36:17,18 
  Ro 8:22 
 * therefore.
  Ps 89:32  Isa 26:21  Jer 5:9,29  9:9  14:10  23:2  Ho 2:13  8:13  9:9 
 * vomiteth.
  28  20:22 

經文:

利未記 18:26-18:26

註釋:

 * keep.
  5,30  De 4:1,2,40  12:32  Ps 105:44,45  Lu 8:15  11:28 
  Joh 14:15,21-23  15:14 
 * nor any stranger.
  17:8,10 

經文:

利未記 18:27-18:27

註釋:

  24  De 20:18  23:18  25:16  27:15  1Ki 14:24  2Ki 16:3  21:2 
  2Ch 36:14  Eze 16:50  22:11  Ho 9:10 

經文:

利未記 18:28-18:28

註釋:

  25  20:22  Jer 9:19  Eze 36:13,17  Ro 8:22  Re 3:16 

經文:

利未記 18:29-18:29

註釋:

  17:10  20:6 
 * See on
  Ex 12:15 

經文:

利未記 18:30-18:30

註釋:

 * abominable.
  3,26,27  20:23  De 18:9-12 
 * that ye defile.
  24 
 * I am.
  2,4 

經文:

利未記 19:1-19:1

註釋:

  1;  A repetition of sundry laws.

  1 

經文:

利未記 19:2-19:2

註釋:

 * Ye shall.
  11:44,45  20:7,26  21:8  Ex 19:6  Isa 6:3,4  Am 3:3  Mt 5:48 
  2Co 6:14-16  7:1  1Pe 1:15,16 

經文:

利未記 19:3-19:3

註釋:

 * fear.
  Ex 20:12  21:15,17  De 21:18-21  27:16  Pr 1:8  6:20,21  23:22 
  Pr 30:11,17  Eze 22:7  Mal 1:6  Mt 15:4-6  Eph 6:1-3  Heb 12:9 
 * keep.
  26:2  Ex 16:29  20:8  31:13-17  Isa 56:4-6  58:13  Eze 20:12  22:8 

經文:

利未記 19:4-19:4

註釋:

 * not unto.
  26:1 
 * See on
  Ex 20:3-5  1Co 10:14  1Jo 5:21 
 * molten gods.
  Ex 20:23  32:4  34:17  De 27:15  Hag 2:18 

經文:

利未記 19:5-19:5

註釋:

 * a sacrifice.
  3:1-17  7:16  22:21  Ex 24:5  2Ch 31:2  Eze 45:15-17  46:2,12 
  Eph 2:13,14 
 * ye shall.
  1:3  22:19,23,29 
 * your own will.
   The Hebrews had several kinds of offerings, which they called
   {corban}.  Some were free-will offerings, and others were of
   obligation.  The first fruits, the tenths, the sin-offerings,
   were of obligation; the peace-offerings, vows, offerings of
   oil, wine, bread, and other things which were made to the
   temple, or to the ministers of the Lord, were offerings of
   devotion; these constituted the greater part.  They indeed
   were a shadow of good things to come, which we enjoy in full
   fruition through THE ONE great SACRIFICE, even Jesus Christ.

                 "Aaron must lay his robes away,
                     His mitre and his vest,
                 When God himself comes down to be
                     The offering and the priest."

經文:

利未記 19:6-19:6

註釋:

  7:11-17 

經文:

利未記 19:7-19:7

註釋:

 * abominable.
  Isa 1:13  65:4  66:3  Jer 16:18 
 * it shall.
  7:18-21  22:23,25 

經文:

利未記 19:8-19:8

註釋:

  8 

經文:

利未記 19:9-19:9

註釋:

 * ye reap the harvest.
   In what code of laws merely human, is a requisition to be
   found so counteracting to selfishness, so encouraging to
   liberality, and so beneficently considering to the poor and
   needy?  But the Mosaic dispensation, like the Christian,
   breathed with love to God, and benevolence to man.  To the
   honour of the public and charitable spirit of the English,
   this merciful law is, in general, as much attended to as if
   it had been incorporated with the gospel.

  23:29  De 24:19-21  Ru 2:2,15 

經文:

利未記 19:10-19:10

註釋:

 * glean.
  Jud 8:2  Isa 17:6  24:13  Jer 49:9  Ob 1:5  Mic 7:1 
 * thou shalt.
  25:6 

經文:

利未記 19:11-19:11

註釋:

 * shalt not.
  6:2  Ex 20:15,17  22:1,7,10-12  De 5:19  Jer 6:13  7:9-11 
  Zec 5:3,4  8:16,17  1Co 6:8-10  Eph 4:28 
 * lie one.
  1Ki 13:18  Ps 101:7  116:11  Jer 9:3-5  Ac 5:3,4  Ro 3:4  Eph 4:25 
  Col 3:9  1Ti 1:10  Re 21:8 

經文:

利未記 19:12-19:12

註釋:

 * ye shall.
  6:3  Ex 20:7  De 5:11  Ps 15:4  Jer 4:2  7:9  Zec 5:4  Mal 3:5 
  Mt 5:33,34  Jas 5:12 
 * profane.
  18:21  24:11,15,16  Eze 36:20-23 

經文:

利未記 19:13-19:13

註釋:

 * shalt not.
  Pr 20:10  22:22  Jer 22:3  Eze 22:29  Mr 10:19  Lu 3:13  1Th 4:6 
 * the wages.
  De 24:14,15  Job 31:39  Jer 22:13  Mal 3:5  Jas 5:4 

經文:

利未記 19:14-19:14

註釋:

 * not curse.
  De 27:18  Ro 12:14  14:13  1Co 8:8-13  10:32  Re 2:14 
 * fear.
  32  25:17  Ge 42:18  Ne 5:15  1Pe 1:17  2:17 

經文:

利未記 19:15-19:15

註釋:

  35  Ex 18:21  23:2  23:2,3,7,8  De 1:17  16:19  25:13-16  27:19 
  2Ch 19:6,7  Ps 82:2  Pr 18:5  24:23  Jas 2:6-9 

經文:

利未記 19:16-19:16

註釋:

 * tale-bearer.
  Ex 23:1  Ps 15:3  Pr 11:13  20:19  Jer 6:28  9:4  Eze 22:9  1Ti 3:11 
  2Ti 3:3  Tit 2:3  1Pe 2:1 
 * stand.
  Ex 20:16  23:1,7  1Ki 21:10-13  Mt 26:60,61  27:4  Ac 6:11-13 
  Ac 24:4-9 

經文:

利未記 19:17-19:17

註釋:

 * hate.
  Ge 27:41  Pr 26:24-26  1Jo 2:9,11  3:12-15 
 * rebuke.
  Ps 141:5  Pr 9:8  27:5,6  Mt 18:15-17  Lu 17:3  Ga 2:11-14  6:1 
  Eph 5:11  1Ti 5:20  2Ti 4:2  Tit 1:13  2:15 
 * and not suffer sin upon him.  or, that thou bear not sin for
   him.
  Ro 1:32  1Co 5:2  1Ti 5:22  2Jo 1:10,11 

經文:

利未記 19:18-19:18

註釋:

 * not avenge.
  Ex 23:4,5  De 32:25  2Sa 13:22,28  Pr 20:22  Mt 5:43,44 
  Ro 12:17,19  13:4  Ga 5:20  Eph 4:31  Col 3:8  1Pe 2:1 
 * thou shalt.
  Mt 5:43  19:19  22:39,40  Mr 12:31-34  Lu 10:27-37  Ro 13:9 
  Ga 5:14  Jas 2:8 

經文:

利未記 19:19-19:19

註釋:

 * thy cattle gender.
   These practices might have been considered as altering the
   original constitution of God in creation; and this is the
   view which the Jews, and also Josephus and Philo, take of the
   subject.  There were, probably, also both moral and political
   reasons for these prohibitions.  With respect to heterogenous
   mixtures among cattle, it was probably forbidden, to prevent
   excitements to the abominations condemned in the preceding
   chapter.  As to seeds, in many cases, it would be highly
   improper to sow different kinds in the same plot of ground.
   If oats and wheat, for instance, were sown together, the
   latter would be injured, and the former ruined.  This
   prohibition may therefore be regarded as a prudential
   agricultural maxim.  As to different kinds of garments, the
   prohibition might be intended against pride and vanity in
   clothing.
 
  Ge 36:24  2Sa 13:29  18:9  1Ki 1:33  Ezr 2:66 
 * mingled.
  De 22:9-11  Mt 9:16,17  Ro 11:6  2Co 6:14-17  Ga 3:9-11 

經文:

利未記 19:20-19:20

註釋:

 * betrothed to an husband.  or, abused by any.  Heb. reproached
   by, or, for man.  she shall be scourged.  or, they.  Heb.
   there shall be a scourging.  they shall.
  Ex 21:20,21  De 22:23,24 

經文:

利未記 19:21-19:21

註釋:

  5:1-6:7 

經文:

利未記 19:22-19:22

註釋:

 * and the sin.
  4:20,26 

經文:

利未記 19:23-19:23

註釋:

 * And when.
  14:34 
 * uncircumcised.
  12:3  22:27  Ex 6:12,30  22:29,30  Jer 6:10  9:25,26  Ac 7:51 

經文:

利未記 19:24-19:24

註釋:

 * all the.
  Nu 18:12,13  De 12:17,18  14:28,29  18:4  Pr 3:9 
 * holy to praise the Lord withal.  Heb. holiness of praises to
   the Lord.

經文:

利未記 19:25-19:25

註釋:

  26:3,4  Pr 3:9,10  Ec 11:1,2  Hag 1:4-6,9-11  2:18,19  Mal 3:8-10 

經文:

利未記 19:26-19:26

註釋:

 * with the blood.
  3:17  7:26  17:10-14  De 12:23 
 * use.
  Ex 7:11  8:7  1Sa 15:23  Jer 10:2  Da 2:10  Mal 3:5 
 * nor.
  De 18:10-14  2Ki 17:17  21:6  2Ch 33:6 

經文:

利未記 19:27-19:27

註釋:

  21:5  Isa 15:2  Jer 16:6  48:37  Eze 7:18  44:20 

經文:

利未記 19:28-19:28

註釋:

 * cuttings.
  21:5  De 14:1  1Ki 18:28  Jer 16:6  48:37  Mr 5:5 
 * print.
  Re 13:16,17  14:9,11  15:2  16:2  19:20  20:4 

經文:

利未記 19:29-19:29

註釋:

 * prostitute.  Heb. profane.  to cause.
  21:7  De 23:17  Ho 4:12-14  1Co 6:15 

經文:

利未記 19:30-19:30

註釋:

 * keep.
  3  26:2 
 * reverence.
  10:3  15:31  16:2  Ge 28:16,17  2Ch 33:7  36:14  Ps 89:7  Ec 5:1 
  Eze 9:6  Mt 21:13  Joh 2:15,16  2Co 6:16  1Pe 4:17 

經文:

利未記 19:31-19:31

註釋:

  26  20:6,7,27  Ex 22:18  De 18:10-14  1Sa 28:3,7-9  2Ki 17:17 
  2Ki 21:6  1Ch 10:13  2Ch 33:6  Isa 8:19  29:4  47:13  Ac 8:11 
  Ac 13:6-8  16:16-18  19:19,20  Ga 5:20  Re 21:8 

經文:

利未記 19:32-19:32

註釋:

  14  1Ki 2:19  Job 32:4,6  Pr 16:31  20:29  Isa 3:5  La 5:12  Ro 13:7 
  1Ti 5:1  1Pe 2:17 

經文:

利未記 19:33-19:33

註釋:

 * And if.
  Ex 22:21  23:9  De 10:18,19  24:14  Mal 3:5 
 * vex him.  or, oppress him.
  Jer 7:6  Eze 22:7,29 

經文:

利未記 19:34-19:34

註釋:

  18  Ex 12:48,49  De 10:19  Mt 5:43 

經文:

利未記 19:35-19:35

註釋:

 * no unrighteousness.
  15 
 * in meteyard.
  De 25:13,15  Pr 11:1  16:11  20:10  Eze 22:12,13  Am 8:5,6  Mic 6:1 
  Mt 7:2 

經文:

利未記 19:36-19:36

註釋:

 * Just balances.
  Pr 11:1 
 * weights.  Heb. stones.  I am.  See on
  Ex 20:2 

經文:

利未記 19:37-19:37

註釋:

  18:4,5  De 4:1,2,5,6  5:1  6:1,2  8:1  Ps 119:4,34  1Jo 3:22,23 

經文:

利未記 20:1-20:1

註釋:

  1;  Of him that gives of his seed to Moloch.
  4;  Of him that favours such an one.
  6;  Of going to wizards.
  7;  Of sanctification.
  9;  Of him that curses his parents.
 10;  Of adultery.
 11;  Of incest.
 13;  Of sodomy.
 15;  Of bestiality.
 18;  Of uncleanness.
 22;  Obedience is required with holiness.
 27;  Wizards must be put to death.
 
  1 

經文:

利未記 20:2-20:2

註釋:

 * Whosoever.
  17:8,13,15 
 * giveth.
  18:21  De 12:31  18:10  2Ki 17:17  23:10  2Ch 28:3  33:6  Ps 106:38 
  Isa 57:5,6  Jer 7:31  32:35  Eze 16:20,21  20:26,31  23:37,39 
  Ac 7:43 
 * Moloch.  Molech.
   The Rabbins describe this idol as made of brass sitting upon
   a throne of the same metal, in the form of a man, with the
   head of a calf, adorned with a royal crown, and his arms
   extended as if to embrace any one.  When they offered any
   children to him, they heated the statue by a great fire
   kindled within, and the victim was put into his arms, and
   thus consumed.  Others relate, that the idol, which was
   hollow, was divided into seven compartments within; in one of
   which they put flour, in the second turtles, in the third a
   ewe, in the fourth a ram, in the fifth a calf, in the sixth
   an ox, and the seventh a child; which  were all burnt
   together by heating the statue inside.  The account which
   Diodorus (l. xx.) gives of the statue of Saturn, to which the
   Carthaginians, descendants of the Canaanites, sacrificed
   their children, is very similar.  For they had a brazen
   stature of Saturn, stretching out his hands towards the
   ground, in such a manner that the children placed within them
   tumbled down into a pit full of fire.  To this account Milton
   alludes, in Paradise Lost, B. 1. 392.
 
 * the people.
  27  24:14,23  Nu 15:35,36  De 13:10,11  17:5-7  21:21  Ac 7:58,59 

經文:

利未記 20:3-20:3

註釋:

 * I will set.
  17:10  1Pe 3:12 
 * to defile.
  Nu 19:20  Eze 5:11  23:38,39 
 * profane.
  18:21  Eze 20:39  2Co 6:16 

經文:

利未記 20:4-20:4

註釋:

 * hide.
  Ac 17:30 
 * and kill.
  De 13:8  17:2-5  Jos 7:12  1Sa 3:13,14  1Ki 20:42  Re 2:14 

經文:

利未記 20:5-20:5

註釋:

 * I will.
  17:10 
 * against his.
  Ex 20:5  Jer 32:28-35,39 
 * whoring.
  17:7  Ps 106:39  Jer 3:2  Ho 2:5,13 

經文:

利未記 20:6-20:6

註釋:

 * familiar.
  27  19:26,31  De 18:10-14  Isa 8:19 
 * go.
  Ex 34:15,16  Nu 15:39  Ps 73:27  Eze 6:9  Ho 4:12 
 * cut him.
  1Ch 10:13,14 
   In the days of Moses, superstition was almost the {sensus
   communis} of the human race, which then made severe
   punishment necessary:  by means of the Christian dispensation
   such errors are now exploded, the cultivation of philosophy
   and natural history having harmonised and contributed their
   feebler share of light, so that we no longer have to deplore
   mischiefs occasioned by the silly curiosity attempting to
   unfold future events.

經文:

利未記 20:7-20:7

註釋:

  11:44  19:2  Eph 1:4  Php 2:12,13  Col 3:12  1Th 4:3,7  Heb 12:14 
  1Pe 1:15,16 

經文:

利未記 20:8-20:8

註釋:

 * And ye.
  18:4,5  19:37  Mt 5:19  7:24  12:50  Joh 13:17  Jas 1:22  Re 22:14 
 * sanctify.
  21:8  Ex 31:13  Eze 20:12  37:28  1Co 1:30  1Th 5:23  2Th 2:13 

經文:

利未記 20:9-20:9

註釋:

 * curseth.
   The term {yekallel} signifies not only to curse, but to speak
   contemptuously, disrespectfully, or to make light of a
   person:  so that all speeches which have a tendency to lessen
   our parents in the eyes of others, or to render their
   judgment, piety, etc., suspected or contemptible, is here
   included; though the act of cursing, or of treating the
   parent with injurious or opprobrious language, is what is
   particularly intended.  He who conscientiously keeps the
   fifth commandment, can be in no danger of the judgment here
   denounced.
 
  Ex 21:17  De 27:16  Pr 20:20  30:11,17  Mt 15:4  Mr 7:10 
 * his blood.
  11-13,16,27  Jos 2:19  Jud 9:24  2Sa 1:16  1Ki 2:32  Mt 27:25 

經文:

利未記 20:10-20:10

註釋:

 * the adulterer.
  De 22:22-24  2Sa 12:13  Eze 23:45-47  Joh 8:4,5 

經文:

利未記 20:11-20:11

註釋:

  18:8  De 27:20,23  Am 2:7  1Co 5:1 
 * their.
  9 

經文:

利未記 20:12-20:12

註釋:

 * lie.
  18:15  Ge 38:16,18  De 27:23 
 * confusion.
  18:23 

經文:

利未記 20:13-20:13

註釋:

  18:22  Ge 19:5  De 23:17  Jud 19:22  Ro 1:26,27  1Co 6:9  1Ti 1:10 
  Jude 1:7 

經文:

利未記 20:14-20:14

註釋:

 * a wife.
  18:17  De 27:23  Am 2:7 
 * burnt.
  21:9  Jos 7:15,25 

經文:

利未記 20:15-20:15

註釋:

  18:23  Ex 22:19  De 27:21 

經文:

利未記 20:16-20:16

註釋:

 * And if a woman.
   We are assured by Herodotus (in Euterp.) that the
   abominations here referred to existed among the Egyptians,
   and even formed part of their superstitious religious system,
   and we have reason to believe that they were not uncommon
   among the Canaanites.  (See ch. 18:24, 25).  Need we wonder
   then, that God should have made laws of this nature, and
   appointed the punishment of death for these crimes?  This one
   observation will account for many of those strange
   prohibitions which we find in the Mosaic law.
 
 * and the beast.
  Ex 19:13  21:28,32  Heb 12:20 

經文:

利未記 20:17-20:17

註釋:

  18:9  Ge 20:12  De 27:22  2Sa 13:12  Eze 22:11 

經文:

利未記 20:18-20:18

註釋:

 * having.
  15:24  18:19  Eze 18:6  22:10 
 * discovered.  Heb. made naked.

經文:

利未記 20:19-20:19

註釋:

 * mother's.
  18:12,13-30  Ex 6:20 
 * uncovereth.
  18:6 

經文:

利未記 20:20-20:20

註釋:

 * uncle's wife.
  18:14 
 * childless.
  Job 18:19  Ps 109:13  Jer 22:30  Lu 1:7,25  23:29 

經文:

利未記 20:21-20:21

註釋:

 * his brother's.
  18:16  Mt 14:3,4 
 * an unclean thing.  Heb. a separation.

經文:

利未記 20:22-20:22

註釋:

 * statues.
  18:4,5,26  19:37  Ps 19:8-11  105:45  119:80,145,171  Eze 36:27 
 * judgments.
  Ex 21:1  De 4:45  5:1  Ps 119:20,106,160,164,175  Isa 26:8,9 
 * spue you.
  18:25-28  26:33  De 28:25,26 

經文:

利未記 20:23-20:23

註釋:

 * in the manners.
  18:3,24,30  De 12:30,31  Jer 10:1,2 
 * therefore.
  18:27  De 9:5  Ps 78:59  Zec 11:8 

經文:

利未記 20:24-20:24

註釋:

 * But I.  See on
  Ex 3:8,17  6:8 
 * a land.
   Milk and honey were the chief dainties of the ancients as
   they are now among the Arabs, particularly the Bedouins.
   Hence not only the Hebrews, but also the Greeks and Romans,
   painted the highest pleasantness and fertility by an
   abundance of milk and honey.  The image used in the text, and
   frequently by ancient authors on similar subjects, is a
   metaphor, derived from a breast, producing copious streams of
   milk.

 * which.
  26  Ex 19:5,6  33:16  Nu 23:9  De 7:6  14:2  1Ki 8:53  Joh 15:19 
  2Co 6:17  1Pe 2:9 

經文:

利未記 20:25-20:25

註釋:

 * put difference.
  11:1-47  De 14:3-21  Ac 10:11-15,28  Eph 5:7-11 
 * abominable.
  11:43 
 * creepeth.  or, moveth.

經文:

利未記 20:26-20:26

註釋:

 * the Lord.
  7  19:2  Ps 99:5,9  Isa 6:3  30:11  1Pe 1:15,16  Re 3:7  4:8 
 * severed.
  24  De 7:6  14:2  26:18,19  Tit 2:14 

經文:

利未記 20:27-20:27

註釋:

 * a familiar.
  6  19:31  Ex 22:18  De 18:10-12  1Sa 28:7-9 
 * their blood.
  9 

經文:

利未記 21:1-21:1

註釋:

  1;  Of the priests' mourning.
  6;  Of their holiness.
  7;  Of their marriages.
  8;  Of their estimation.
  9;  Of the priest's daughter convicted of whoredom.
 10;  Of the high priest's holiness.
 13;  Of his marriage.
 16;  The priests that have blemishes must not minister in the
     sanctuary.

 * Speak.
  Ho 5:1  Mal 2:1,4 
 * There.
  11  10:6,7  Nu 19:14,16  Eze 44:25 

經文:

利未記 21:2-21:2

註釋:

  18:6  1Th 4:13 

經文:

利未記 21:3-21:3

註釋:

  3 

經文:

利未記 21:4-21:4

註釋:

 * or, the verse may be read, being an husband among his people,
   he shall not defile himself for his wife, etc.
  Eze 24:16,17 

經文:

利未記 21:5-21:5

註釋:

 * not make baldness.
   This custom is also called rounding the corners of the head,
   (ch. 19:27,) and seems to have been performed in honour of
   some idol.

  10:6  19:27,28  De 14:1  Isa 15:2  22:12  Jer 16:6  48:37  Eze 44:20 
  Am 8:10  Mic 1:16 
 * the corner.
   The Hebrew {peath zakon}, may denote the whiskers; as the
   Syriac {phatho} signifies.  These are by the Arabs, according
   to Niebuhr, still cut entirely off, or worn quite short; and
   hence they are called by Jeremiah, [qtswtsy p'h,] those with
   cropped whiskers.  Perhaps some superstition, of which we are
   ignorant, was connected with this; but whether or not, it was
   the object of Moses to keep the Israelites distinct from other
   nations.

經文:

利未記 21:6-21:6

註釋:

 * holy.
  8  10:3  Ex 28:36  29:44  Ezr 8:28  1Pe 2:9 
 * profane.
  18:21  19:12  Mal 1:6,11,12 
 * bread.
  3:11  Eze 44:7  Mal 1:7 
 * therefore.
  Isa 52:11 

經文:

利未記 21:7-21:7

註釋:

 * that is a whore.
  8  Eze 44:22  1Ti 3:11 
 * put away.
  De 24:1-4  Isa 50:1 

經文:

利未記 21:8-21:8

註釋:

 * sanctify.
  6  Ex 19:10,14  28:41  29:1,43,44 
 * for I.
  11:44,45  19:2  20:7,8  Joh 10:36  17:19  Heb 7:26  10:29 

經文:

利未記 21:9-21:9

註釋:

 * the daughter.
  1Sa 2:17,34  3:13,14  Eze 9:6  Mal 2:3  Mt 11:20-24  1Ti 3:4,5 
  Tit 1:6 
 * she shall be burnt.
  20:14  Ge 38:24  Jos 7:15,25  Isa 33:14 

經文:

利未記 21:10-21:10

註釋:

 * upon.
  8:12  10:7  16:32  Ex 29:29,30  Nu 35:25  Ps 133:2 
 * consecrated.
  8:7-9  Ex 28:2-4 
 * uncover.
  10:6,7  13:45  2Sa 15:30  Es 6:12 
 * not rend.
  Ge 37:34  Job 1:20  Mt 26:65 
   All human corpses were considered as unclean.  Whoever
   touched one was unclean for seven days, and was obliged on
   the third and seventh day to purify himself according to the
   Mosaic instructions.  In the case of the priest it went still
   farther; insomuch, that even mourning for the dead by any
   external sign, such as tearing their clothes, defiled them.
   Hence such mournings were absolutely forbidden to be used in
   any case, and by the other priests also, except in the case
   of their very nearest relations, for whom they were allowed
   to mourn.  This statue is founded on the importance of
   sustaining the decency and purity of Divine worship.  The
   servants of the Deity were to keep themselves at a distance
   from every thing that in the least degree savoured of
   uncleanness.

經文:

利未記 21:11-21:11

註釋:

 * his father.
  1,2  Nu 6:7  19:14  De 33:9  Mt 8:21,22  12:46-50  Lu 9:59,60 
  Lu 14:26  2Co 5:16 

經文:

利未記 21:12-21:12

註釋:

 * go out.
  10:7 
 * for the crown.
  8:9-12,30  Ex 28:36  29:6,7  Isa 61:1  Ac 10:38 

經文:

利未記 21:13-21:13

註釋:

  7  Eze 44:22  2Co 11:2  Re 14:4 

經文:

利未記 21:14-21:14

註釋:

  14 

經文:

利未記 21:15-21:15

註釋:

 * profane.
  Ge 18:19  Ezr 2:62  9:2  Ne 13:23-29  Mal 2:11,15  Ro 11:16 
  1Co 7:14 
 * for I the.
  8 

經文:

利未記 21:16-21:16

註釋:

  16 

經文:

利未記 21:17-21:17

註釋:

 * blemish.
  22:20-25  1Th 2:10  1Ti 3:2  Heb 7:26 
 * let him.
  21  10:3  Nu 16:5  Ps 65:4 
 * bread.  or, food.
  3:11,16 

經文:

利未記 21:18-21:18

註釋:

 * a blind man.
  Isa 56:10  Mt 23:16,17,19  1Ti 3:2,3,7  Tit 1:7,10 
 * superfluous.
  22:23 

經文:

利未記 21:19-21:19

註釋:

  19 

經文:

利未記 21:20-21:20

註釋:

 * a dwarf.  or, too slender.  or hath.
  De 23:1 

經文:

利未記 21:21-21:21

註釋:

 * a blemish.
   In the above list of blemishes, we meet with some that might
   render the priest contemptible in the eyes of men; and others
   that would be very great impediments in the discharge of his
   ministerial duties.

 * to offer.
  6,8,17 

經文:

利未記 21:22-21:22

註釋:

 * both.
  2:3,10  6:16,17,29  7:1  24:8,9  Nu 18:9,10 
 * and of the holy.
  22:10-13  Nu 18:10,19 

經文:

利未記 21:23-21:23

註釋:

 * go in.
  Ex 30:6-8  40:26,27  Eze 44:9-14 
 * profane.
  12  15:31 
 * for I the Lord.
  8 

經文:

利未記 21:24-21:24

註釋:

 * Aaron.
  Mal 2:1-7  Col 4:17  1Ti 1:18  2Ti 2:2 

經文:

利未記 22:1-22:1

註釋:

  1;  The priests in their uncleanness must abstain from the holy
     things.
  6;  How they shall be cleansed.
 10;  Who of the priest's house may eat of the holy things.
 17;  The sacrifices must be without blemish.
 26;  The age of the sacrifice.
 29;  The law of eating the sacrifice of thanksgiving.

  1 

經文:

利未記 22:2-22:2

註釋:

  3-6  15:31  Nu 6:3-8 
 * that they profane not.
   This is the very ground of the prohibition, that they might
   preserve in their minds a holy reverence for the Divine
   Majesty.  Hence when they approached unto him, they must be
   free from every legal impurity.  If great men are to be
   approached with respect, how much more must Jehovah be
   approached with holy reverence!

  32  18:21  19:12  20:3  21:6 
 * hallow.
  Ex 13:12  28:38  Nu 18:32  De 15:19 

經文:

利未記 22:3-22:3

註釋:

 * having his uncleanness upon him.
   That is, in other words, "when he is unclean."

  7:20,21 
 * that soul.
   That is, according to some, thrust out of the priest's
   office, or from officiating at the altar; or, according to
   others, cut off by some immediate stroke of divine justice,
   like Nadab and Abihu.

 * from my.
  Ex 33:14,15  Ps 16:11  51:11  Mt 25:41  2Th 1:9 

經文:

利未記 22:4-22:4

註釋:

 * the seed.
   These words include the daughters as well as the sons of
   Aaron.

 * a leper.
  13:2,3,44-46 
 * running issue.  Heb. running of the reins.
  15:2,3 
 * holy things.
  2:3,10  6:25-29  21:22  Nu 18:9,19 
 * until.
  14:2-32  15:13-15 
 * unclean.
  21:1  Nu 19:11-16 
 * whose.
  15:16 

經文:

利未記 22:5-22:5

註釋:

 * whosoever.
  11:24,43,44 
 * or a man.
  15:7,19 

經文:

利未記 22:6-22:6

註釋:

  11:24,25  15:5  16:24-28  Nu 19:7-10  Hag 2:13  1Co 6:11  Heb 10:22 

經文:

利未記 22:7-22:7

註釋:

  21:22  Nu 18:11-19  De 18:3,4  1Co 9:4,13,14 

經文:

利未記 22:8-22:8

註釋:

  17:15  Ex 22:31  De 14:21  Eze 44:31 

經文:

利未記 22:9-22:9

註釋:

 * bear sin for it.
   That is, be punished if he break it.

  10:1,2  16:2  Ex 28:43  Nu 18:22,32 

經文:

利未記 22:10-22:10

註釋:

   The word {zar,} a stranger, does not mean one of another
   nation, a foreigner, which is expressed by {hechar,} but one
   who is not of the seed of Aaron, or does not belong to his
   family.

  1Sa 21:6  Mt 12:4 

經文:

利未記 22:11-22:11

註釋:

 * his money.  Heb. the purchase of his money.
  Ge 17:13  Nu 18:11-13 

經文:

利未記 22:12-22:12

註釋:

 * a stranger.  Heb. a man, a stranger.
  21:3  Isa 40:13  *marg: 

經文:

利未記 22:13-22:13

註釋:

 * returned unto her father's house.
   A widow in Bengal not unfrequently returns to her father's
   house on the death of her husband:  the union between her and
   her own family is never so dissolved as among European
   nations.

  Ge 38:11 
 * as in her.
  10:14  Nu 18:11-19 

經文:

利未記 22:14-22:14

註釋:

  5:15-19  27:13,15 

經文:

利未記 22:15-22:15

註釋:

  9  19:8  Nu 18:32  Eze 22:26 

經文:

利未記 22:16-22:16

註釋:

 * suffer them to bear the iniquity of the trespass.  or, lade
   themselves with the iniquity of trespass in their eating.
   bear.
  7:18  Ps 38:4  Isa 53:11,12  1Pe 2:24 
 * for I.
  9  20:8 

經文:

利未記 22:17-22:17

註釋:

  17 

經文:

利未記 22:18-22:18

註釋:

 * Whatsoever.
  1:2,10  17:10,13 
 * of the strangers.
  Nu 15:14-16 
 * vows.
  7:16  23:38  Nu 15:3  De 12:6  Ps 22:25  56:12  61:5,8  65:1  66:13 
  Ps 116:14,18  Ec 5:4  Jon 1:16  2:9  Na 1:15  Ac 18:18 
 * freewill.
  Nu 15:3  De 12:6,17  16:10 

經文:

利未記 22:19-22:19

註釋:

  1:3,10  4:32  Ex 12:5  Mt 27:4,19,24,54  Lu 23:14,41,47  Joh 19:4 
  2Co 5:21  Eph 5:27  Heb 9:14  1Pe 1:19  2:22-24  3:18 

經文:

利未記 22:20-22:20

註釋:

  25  De 15:21  17:1  Mal 1:8,13,14 

經文:

利未記 22:21-22:21

註釋:

 * peace.
  3:1,6  7:11-38 
 * to accomplish.
  Ge 28:20  35:1-3  Nu 15:3,8  De 23:21-23  Ps 50:14  Pr 7:14 
  Ec 5:4,5 
 * sheep.  or, goats.  it shall be perfect.
   This law is so founded on the nature of the thing itself,
   that it has been in force among all nations that sacrificed
   victims to their deities.

經文:

利未記 22:22-22:22

註釋:

 * Blind.
  20  21:18-21  Mal 1:8 
 * an offering.
  1:9,13  3:3,5 

經文:

利未記 22:23-22:23

註釋:

 * lamb.  or, kid.  superfluous.
  21:18 

經文:

利未記 22:24-22:24

註釋:

 * broken.  or, cut.
  20  De 23:1 

經文:

利未記 22:25-22:25

註釋:

 * a stranger's.
  Nu 15:14-16  16:40  Ezr 6:8-10 
 * the bread.
  21:6,8,21,22  Mal 1:7,8,12-14 
 * because.
  Eph 2:12  1Jo 5:18 

經文:

利未記 22:26-22:26

註釋:

  26 

經文:

利未記 22:27-22:27

註釋:

 * seven days.
   It was necessary for the mother's health that the young one
   should suck so long; and prior to this time, the process of
   nutrition in a young animal can scarcely be considered as
   completely formed.  Besides this, it may justly be asserted,
   that the flesh of very young animals is comparatively
   innutritive.  There is something brutish in eating the young
   of beast or fowl, before the hair and hoofs are perfect in
   the one, and feathers and claws in the other; and before this
   period, their flesh is not good for food, consequently they
   were not fit for sacrifice, which is termed the bread or food
   of God, (ver. 25.)

  25  12:2,3  19:23,24  Ex 22:30 

經文:

利未記 22:28-22:28

註釋:

 * ewe.  or, she goat.  ye shall not kill it.
   This law was certainly intended to inculcate mercy and
   tenderness of heart; and so the Jews have understood it.

  Ex 23:19  34:26  De 14:21  22:6,7 

經文:

利未記 22:29-22:29

註釋:

  7:12-15  Ps 107:22  116:17  Ho 14:2  Am 4:5  Heb 13:15  1Pe 2:5 

經文:

利未記 22:30-22:30

註釋:

  7:15-18  19:7  Ex 16:19,20 

經文:

利未記 22:31-22:31

註釋:

  18:4,5  19:37  Nu 15:40  De 4:40  1Th 4:1,2 

經文:

利未記 22:32-22:32

註釋:

  2  18:21 
 * I will.
  10:3  Isa 5:16  Mt 6:9  Lu 11:2 
 * hallow you.
  16  20:8  21:8,15  Ex 19:5,6  Joh 17:17  1Co 1:2 

經文:

利未記 22:33-22:33

註釋:

  11:45  19:36  25:38  Ex 6:7  20:2  Nu 15:41 

經文:

利未記 23:1-23:1

註釋:

  1;  The feasts of the Lord.
  3;  The sabbath.
  4;  The passover.
  9;  The sheaf of first-fruits.
 15;  The feast of Pentecost.
 22;  Gleanings to be left for the poor.
 23;  The feast of trumpets.
 26;  The day of atonement.
 33;  The feast of tabernacles.

  1 

經文:

利未記 23:2-23:2

註釋:

 * the feasts.
   God appointed several festivals among the Jews.  The Passover
   was celebrated on the 14th, or rather 15th day of the first
   month in the ecclesiastical year, which was the seventh of the
   civil year, and lasted seven days.  The Pentecost was
   celebrated on the fiftieth day after the passover, in memory
   of the law's being given to Moses on Mount Sinai, fifty days,
   or seven weeks after the departure out of Egypt.  The word is
   derived from the Greek word [Pentekoste,] which signifies the
   fiftieth.  The Hebrews call it the feast of weeks, Ex 34:22.
   The feast of trumpets, celebrated on the first day of the
   civil year, when a trumpet was sounded, to proclaim its
   commencement, which was in the month {Tisri,} answering to our
   September, Le 23:24, 25.  The new moons, or first days of
   every month, were, in some sort, a consequence of the feast of
   trumpets.  God ordained that, by giving him the first-fruits
   of every month they should acknowledge him as the Lord of all
   their time, and own his providence, by which all times and
   seasons are ordered.  The feast of expiation or atonement was
   kept on the 10th day of {Tisri} or September: the Hebrews call
   it Kippur, i.e., pardon or expiation, because it was
   instituted for the expiation of their sins.  The feast of
   tents or tabernacles was so called, because the Israelites
   kept it under green tents or arbours, in memory of their
   dwelling in their passage through the wilderness.  It was
   celebrated on the 15th day of {Tisri,} and continued eight
   days:  the first and last days are the most solemn.  Besides
   the feasts mentioned by Moses, we find the feast of {lots,} or
   {Purim,} which was celebrated among the Jews of Shushan on the
   14th of {Adar,} which answers to our February.  The feast of
   the dedication of the temple, or rather, of the restoration of
   the temple, which had been profaned by Antiochus Epiphanes,
   which is thought to be the feast mentioned in the gospel Joh
   10:22, was celebrated in the winter.  {Mo(8364)im,} properly means
   assemblies, convened at an appointed time and place.

  4,37  Ex 23:14-17  Isa 1:13,14  33:20  La 1:4  Ho 2:11  Na 1:15 
  Joh 5:1  Col 2:1 
 * proclaim
  Ex 32:5  Nu 10:2,3,10  2Ki 10:20  2Ch 30:5  Ps 81:3  Joe 1:14  2:15 
  Jon 3:5-9 

經文:

利未記 23:3-23:3

註釋:

  19:3  Ex 16:23,29  20:8-11  23:12  31:15  34:21  35:2,3  De 5:13 
  Isa 56:2,6  58:13  Lu 13:14  23:56  Ac 15:21  Re 1:10 

經文:

利未記 23:4-23:4

註釋:

  2,37  Ex 23:14 

經文:

利未記 23:5-23:5

註釋:

  Ex 12:2-14,18  13:3-10  23:15  Nu 9:2-7  28:16  De 16:1-8  Jos 5:10 
  2Ch 35:18,19  Mt 26:17  Mr 14:12  Lu 22:7  1Co 5:7,8 

經文:

利未記 23:6-23:6

註釋:

  Ex 12:15,16  13:6,7  34:18  Nu 28:17,18  De 16:8  Ac 12:3,4 

經文:

利未記 23:7-23:7

註釋:

  Nu 28:18-25 

經文:

利未記 23:8-23:8

註釋:

  8 

經文:

利未記 23:9-23:9

註釋:

  9 

經文:

利未記 23:10-23:10

註釋:

 * When.
  14:34 
 * and shall.
  2:12-16  Ex 22:29  23:16,19  34:22,26  Nu 15:2,18-21  28:26 
  De 16:9  Jos 3:15 
 * sheaf.  or, handful.  Heb. omer.  the first fruits.
   This offering was a public acknowledgement of the bounty and
   goodness of God for the kindly fruits of the earth.  From the
   practice of the people of God, the heathen borrowed a similar
   one, founded on the same reason.

  Pr 3:9,10  Eze 44:30  Ro 11:16  1Co 15:20-23  Jas 1:18  Re 14:4 

經文:

利未記 23:11-23:11

註釋:

  9:21  10:14  Ex 29:24 

經文:

利未記 23:12-23:12

註釋:

  1:10  Heb 10:10-12  1Pe 1:19 

經文:

利未記 23:13-23:13

註釋:

 * the meat.
  2:14-16  14:10  Nu 15:3-12 
 * the drink.
  Ex 29:40,41  30:9  Nu 28:10  Joe 1:9,13  2:14 
 * the fourth.
  Ex 30:24  Eze 4:11  45:24  46:14 

經文:

利未記 23:14-23:14

註釋:

 * eat.
  19:23-25  25:2,3  Ge 4:4,5  Jos 5:11,12 
 * it shall be.
  3:17  10:11  De 16:12  Ne 9:14  Ps 19:8 

經文:

利未記 23:15-23:15

註釋:

  10,11  25:8  Ex 34:22  De 16:9,10 

經文:

利未記 23:16-23:16

註釋:

  Ac 2:1 

經文:

利未記 23:17-23:17

註釋:

 * two wave.
  Nu 28:26 
 * leaven.
  7:13  Mt 13:33 
 * the first-fruits.
  10  Ex 22:29  23:16,19  34:22,26  Nu 15:17,19-21  De 26:1,2 
  Pr 3:9,10  Ro 8:23  1Co 15:20  Jas 1:18  Re 14:4 

經文:

利未記 23:18-23:18

註釋:

 * seven lambs.
  12,13  Nu 28:27-31  Mal 1:13,14 
 * with their.
  Nu 15:4-12 

經文:

利未記 23:19-23:19

註釋:

 * one kid.
  4:23-28  16:15  Nu 15:24  28:30  Ro 8:3  2Co 5:21 
 * two lambs.
  3:1-17  7:11-18 

經文:

利未記 23:20-23:20

註釋:

 * wave them.
  17  7:29,30  Ex 29:24  Lu 2:14  Eph 2:14 
 * holy to.
  7:31-34  8:29  10:14,15  Nu 18:8-12  De 18:4  1Co 9:11 

經文:

利未記 23:21-23:21

註釋:

 * proclaim.
  2,4  Ex 12:16  De 16:11  Isa 11:10 
 * a statute.
  14  Ge 17:7  Ex 12:17  Nu 18:23 

經文:

利未記 23:22-23:22

註釋:

  19:9,10  De 16:11-14  24:19-21  Ru 2:3-7,15,16-23  Job 31:16-21 
  Ps 41:1-3  112:9  Pr 11:24,25  Isa 58:7,8,10  Lu 11:41  2Co 9:5-12 
   To the institution of the feast of pentecost is annexed a
   repetition of that law, by which they were required to leave
   the gleanings of their fields, and the corn that grew on the
   ends of the butts, for the poor.  It may come in here as a
   thing which the priests must take occasion to remind the
   people of, when they brought their first-fruits, intimating
   to them, that to obey even in this small matter was better
   than sacrifice; and that unless they were obedient, their
   offerings should not be accepted.  It also taught them that
   the joy of harvest should express itself in charity to the
   poor, who must have their due out of what we have, as well as
   God his.  They that are truly sensible of the mercy they
   receive from God, will without grudging shew mercy to the
   poor.

經文:

利未記 23:23-23:23

註釋:

  23 

經文:

利未記 23:24-23:24

註釋:

 * In the seventh.
  Nu 10:10  29:1-6  1Ch 15:28  2Ch 5:13  Ezr 3:6  Ps 81:1-4  98:6 
  Isa 27:13  1Co 15:52  1Th 4:16 
 * a memorial.
   {Zichron teroo(8368),} here rendered "a memorial of blowing the
   trumpets" properly signifies a memorial of triumph or
   shouting for joy.  This festival is generally called the
   feast of trumpets; and, though the Scriptures have not
   expressly declared the reason of its celebration, yet, as it
   fell in the seventh month of the sacred year, which was the
   first of the civil year, that is, the month {Tisri,}
   answering to our September, the opinion very generally
   embraced by both Jews and Christians is, that it was a
   memorial of the creation of the world, at which "the sons of
   God shouted for joy," (Job 38:7;) and which is supposed, not
   altogether without reason, to have been at this season of the
   year.  The month {Tisri} was not only anciently, but still
   is, reckoned by the Jews the first month of the year; and the
   feast of tabernacles, kept in this month, was said to be, as
   it is correctly rendered in the margin, "at the revolution of
   the year," (Ex 34:22;) importing, that at this season the
   year had revolved, and was beginning anew.  So that this
   feast was the new year's day, on which the people rejoiced in
   a grateful remembrance of God's benefits, and implored his
   blessing for the future year.

  25:9 

經文:

利未記 23:25-23:25

註釋:

  25 

經文:

利未記 23:26-23:26

註釋:

  26 

經文:

利未記 23:27-23:27

註釋:

 * the tenth.
  16:29,30  25:9  Nu 29:7-11 
 * afflict.
  16:31  Nu 29:7  Ezr 8:21  Ps 35:13  Isa 58:5  Da 10:2,3  Zec 12:10 
  Ac 2:37,38  2Co 7:10,11  Jas 4:9 
 * offer.
  16:11,15,24 

經文:

利未記 23:28-23:28

註釋:

  16:34  Isa 53:10  Da 9:24  Zec 3:9  Ro 5:10,11  Heb 9:12,26 
  Heb 10:10,14  1Jo 2:2  4:10  5:6 

經文:

利未記 23:29-23:29

註釋:

 * that shall.
  27,32  Isa 22:12  Jer 31:9  Eze 7:16 
 * he shall be.
  Ge 17:14 

經文:

利未記 23:30-23:30

註釋:

  20:3,5,6  Ge 17:14  Jer 15:7  Eze 14:9  Zep 2:5  1Co 3:17 

經文:

利未記 23:31-23:31

註釋:

  31 

經文:

利未記 23:32-23:32

註釋:

 * a sabbath.
  16:31  Mt 11:28-30  Heb 4:3,11 
 * afflict.
  27  Ps 35:13  51:17  69:10,11  126:5,6  Isa 57:15,18,19  58:3-7 
  Isa 61:3  Mt 5:4  1Co 11:31 
 * celebrate your sabbath.  Heb. rest.

經文:

利未記 23:33-23:33

註釋:

  33 

經文:

利未記 23:34-23:34

註釋:

 * The fifteenth.
  Ex 23:16  34:22  Nu 29:12  De 16:13-15  Ezr 3:4  Ne 8:14 
  Zec 14:16-19  Joh 1:14  7:2  Heb 11:9,13 
 * the feast of tabernacles.
   This feast was celebrated in commemoration of the Israelites'
   dwelling in tents in the wilderness for forty years; and was
   kept with greater hilarity than any of the other festivals.
   Hence, in the Talmud, it is often called {chag,} the feast, by
   way of excellence; and by Philo, [heorton megisten,] the
   greatest of the feasts; it was therefore more noticed by the
   heathen than any other.  It is probable that Cecrops borrowed
   from it the law which he made in Athens, "that the master of
   every family should after harvest make a feast for his
   servants, and eat together with them who had taken pains with
   him in tilling his grounds."

經文:

利未記 23:35-23:35

註釋:

  7,8,24,25 

經文:

利未記 23:36-23:36

註釋:

 * Seven.
  Nu 29:12-38 
 * the eighth.
  2Ch 7:8-11  Ne 8:18  Joh 7:37 
 * solemn.  Heb. day of restraint.
  De 16:8  Joe 1:14  2:15  *marg: 

經文:

利未記 23:37-23:37

註釋:

 * the feasts.
  2,4  De 16:16,17 
 * every thing.
  Ec 3:1 

經文:

利未記 23:38-23:38

註釋:

 * the sabbaths.
  3  19:3  Ge 2:2,3  Ex 20:8-11 
 * and beside.
  Nu 29:39  De 12:6  1Ch 29:3-8  2Ch 35:7,8  Ezr 2:68,69 

經文:

利未記 23:39-23:39

註釋:

 * when.
  34  Ex 23:16  De 16:13 
 * on the first.
  24,36 

經文:

利未記 23:40-23:40

註釋:

 * the boughs.  Heb. fruit.
  Ne 8:15  Mt 21:8 
 * of palm trees.
  Ps 92:12  Joh 12:13  Re 7:9 
 * rejoice.
  De 16:14,15  Isa 35:10  66:10  Joh 16:22  Ro 5:11  Php 3:3  4:4 
  1Pe 1:8 

經文:

利未記 23:41-23:41

註釋:

  Nu 29:12  Ne 8:18 

經文:

利未記 23:42-23:42

註釋:

  Ge 33:17  Nu 24:2,5  Ne 8:14-17  Jer 35:10  2Co 5:1  Heb 11:13-16 

經文:

利未記 23:43-23:43

註釋:

  Ex 13:14  De 31:10-13  Ps 78:5,6 

經文:

利未記 23:44-23:44

註釋:

  1,2  21:24  Mt 18:20 

經文:

利未記 24:1-24:1

註釋:

  1;  The oil for the lamps.
  5;  The shew-bread.
 10;  Shelomith's son blasphemeth.
 13;  The law of blasphemy.
 17;  Of murder.
 18;  Of damage.
 23;  The blasphemer is stoned.

  1 

經文:

利未記 24:2-24:2

註釋:

 * that they.
  Ex 27:20,21  39:37  40:24  Nu 8:2-4  1Sa 3:3,4 
 * the lamps.
  2Ch 13:11  Ps 119:105,130  Pr 6:23  Isa 8:20  11:2  Mt 4:16  5:16 
  Mt 25:1-8  Lu 1:79  12:35  Joh 1:4,9  5:35  8:12  Ac 26:18  2Co 4:6 
  Eph 1:17,18  5:8-14  Php 2:15,16 
 * burn continually.  Heb. ascend.

經文:

利未記 24:3-24:3

註釋:

  3 

經文:

利未記 24:4-24:4

註釋:

 * the pure.
  Ex 25:31-39  31:8  37:17-24  39:37  Nu 3:31  4:9  1Ki 7:49 
  1Ch 28:15  Jer 52:19  Zec 4:2,3,11-14  Heb 9:2  Re 1:20  2:1,5 
  Re 11:4 

經文:

利未記 24:5-24:5

註釋:

   The loaves of bread which the officiating priest placed every
   sabbath day upon the golden table in the Sanctum, before the
   Lord, were twelve in number, representing the twelve tribes
   of Israel.  The loaves must have been large, since two tenth
   deals (about six pints) of flour were used for each, Le 24:3,
   6, 7.  They were served up hot on the sabbath day in the
   Sanctum, when the stale ones, which had been exposed the
   whole week, were taken away, and none but the priests were
   allowed to eat them.  In an extraordinary extremity, David
   and his men partook of the shew-bread, (see 1; Sa 21:6,) the
   urgent necessity alone justifying the act.  The Hebrew
   signifies bread of faces, or, of the face.

 * See
  Ex 25:30  40:23  1Ki 18:31  1Sa 21:4,5  Mt 12:4  Ac 26:7  Jas 1:1 

經文:

利未記 24:6-24:6

註釋:

 * in two rows.
  1Co 14:40 
 * pure.
  Ex 25:23,24  37:10-16  39:36  40:22,23  1Ki 7:48  2Ch 4:19  13:11 
  Heb 9:2 

經文:

利未記 24:7-24:7

註釋:

 * pure.
  2:2  Eph 1:6  Heb 7:25  Re 8:3,4 
 * the bread.
  Joh 6:35,51 
 * a memorial.
  Ge 9:16  Ex 12:14  13:9  17:14  Ac 10:4,31  1Co 11:23-25 

經文:

利未記 24:8-24:8

註釋:

  Nu 4:7  1Ch 9:32  23:29  2Ch 2:4  Ne 10:33  Mt 12:3-5 

經文:

利未記 24:9-24:9

註釋:

 * Aaron's.
  8:31  1Sa 21:6  Mal 1:12  Mt 12:4  Mr 2:26  Lu 6:4 
 * they shall.
  6:16  8:3,31  10:17  21:22  Ex 29:32,33 

經文:

利未記 24:10-24:10

註釋:

  Ex 12:38  Nu 11:4 

經文:

利未記 24:11-24:11

註釋:

 * blasphemed.
  15,16  Ex 20:7  2Sa 12:14  1Ki 21:10,13  2Ki 18:30,35,37 
  2Ki 19:1-3,6,10,22  2Ch 32:14-17  Ps 74:18,22  Mt 26:65 
  Ac 6:11-13  Ro 2:24  1Ti 1:13  Re 16:11,21 
 * the name.
   Houbigant and others think that the name which this man
   blasphemed was the name of the god of his native land.  But
   that {hashshem} THE NAME, denotes Jehovah, appears from its
   being used in the latter part of verse 16, as equivalent to
   "the name of Jehovah," in the former part.  The Jews also
   frequently use {hashshem} for Jehovah.

 * cursed.
  Job 1:5,11,22  2:5,9,10  Isa 8:21 
 * brought him.
  Ex 18:22,26  Nu 15:33-35 

經文:

利未記 24:12-24:12

註釋:

 * that the mind of the Lord might be shewed them.  Heb. to
   expound unto them according to the mouth of the Lord.
  Ex 18:15,16,23  Nu 27:5  36:5,6 

經文:

利未記 24:13-24:13

註釋:

  13 

經文:

利未記 24:14-24:14

註釋:

 * without.
  13:46  Nu 5:2-4  15:35 
 * all that.
  De 13:9  17:7 
 * let all the.
  20:2,27  Nu 15:35,36  De 13:10  21:21  22:21  Jos 7:25  Joh 8:59 
  Joh 10:31-33  Ac 7:58,59 

經文:

利未記 24:15-24:15

註釋:

 * bear his sin.
  5:1  20:16,17  Nu 9:13 

經文:

利未記 24:16-24:16

註釋:

 * blasphemeth.
   As the word {nakav} not only signifies to curse, or blaspheme,
   but also to express, or distinguish by name, (Nu 1:17.  1; Ch
   12:31.  Isa 62:2,) hence the Jews, at a very early period,
   understood this law as prohibiting them from uttering the name
   Jehovah, on any other than sacred occasions.  The Septuagint,
   which was made at least 250; years before Christ, renders it
   [Onomazon de to onoma Kyriou, thanato thanatoustho,]
   "Whosoever nameth the name of the Lord, let him die;" from
   which we see that the Jews at this time were accustomed to
   pronounce {adonay,} or Lord, instead of Jehovah; for in place
   of it the Septuagint always put [Lo Kyrios.]

  Ex 20:7  1Ki 21:10-13  Ps 74:10,18  139:20  Mt 12:31  Mr 3:28,29 
  Joh 8:58,59  10:33-36  Ac 26:11  1Ti 1:13  Jas 2:7 

經文:

利未記 24:17-24:17

註釋:

 * And he.
  Ge 9:5,6  Ex 21:12-14  Nu 35:31  De 19:11,12 
 * killeth any man.  Heb. smiteth the life of a man.

經文:

利未記 24:18-24:18

註釋:

 * that killeth.
  21  Ex 21:34-36 
 * beast for beast.  Heb. life for life.

經文:

利未記 24:19-24:19

註釋:

  De 19:21  Mt 5:38  7:2 

經文:

利未記 24:20-24:20

註釋:

  Ex 21:23-25  De 19:21  Mt 5:38 

經文:

利未記 24:21-24:21

註釋:

 * a beast.
  18  Ex 21:33 
 * a man.
  17 

經文:

利未記 24:22-24:22

註釋:

  17:10  19:34  Ex 12:49  Nu 9:14  15:15,16,29 

經文:

利未記 24:23-24:23

註釋:

  14-16  Nu 15:35,36  Heb 2:2,3  10:28,29 

經文:

利未記 25:1-25:1

註釋:

  1;  The sabbath of the seventh year.
  8;  The jubilee in the fiftieth year.
 14;  Of oppression.
 18;  A blessing of obedience.
 23;  The redemption of land.
 29;  Of houses.
 35;  Compassion to the poor.
 39;  The usage of bondmen.
 47;  The redemption of servants.

  Ex 19:1  Nu 1:1  10:11,12  Ga 4:24,25 

經文:

利未記 25:2-25:2

註釋:

 * When ye.
  14:34  De 32:8,49  34:4  Ps 24:1,2  115:16  Isa 8:8  Jer 27:5 
 * keep.  Heb. rest.
  23:32  *marg: 
 * a sabbath.
  26:34,35  Ex 23:10  2Ch 36:21 

經文:

利未記 25:3-25:3

註釋:

  3 

經文:

利未記 25:4-25:4

註釋:

  20-23  26:34,35,43  Ex 23:10,11  2Ch 36:21 

經文:

利未記 25:5-25:5

註釋:

 * groweth.
  2Ki 19:29  Isa 37:30 
 * thy vine undressed.  Heb. the separation.

經文:

利未記 25:6-25:6

註釋:

  Ex 23:11  Ac 2:44  4:32,34,35 

經文:

利未記 25:7-25:7

註釋:

  7 

經文:

利未記 25:8-25:8

註釋:

  23:15  Ge 2:2 

經文:

利未記 25:9-25:9

註釋:

 * of the jubilee to sound.  Heb. loud of sound.
  Nu 10:10  Ps 89:15  Ac 13:38,39  Ro 10:18  15:19  2Co 5:19-21 
  1Th 1:8 
 * jubilee.
  10-12  27:17,24  Nu 36:4 
 * the day.
  16:20,30  23:24,27 

經文:

利未記 25:10-25:10

註釋:

 * proclaim.
  Ex 20:2  Ezr 1:3  Ps 146:7  Isa 49:9,24,25  61:1-3  63:4 
  Jer 34:8,13-17  Zec 9:11,12  Lu 1:74  4:16-21  Joh 8:32-36 
  Ro 6:17,18  2Co 3:17  Ga 4:25-31  5:1,13  1Pe 2:16  2Pe 2:19,20 
 * every man.
  13,26-28,33,34  27:17-24 
 * ye shall return.
  Nu 36:2-9 

經文:

利未記 25:11-25:11

註釋:

 * A jubilee.
   Respecting the literal meaning of the word [ywbl,] {yobel,}
   or {yovel,} critics are not agreed.  The most natural
   derivation of the word seems to be from [hwbyl,] {hovil,}
   the {Hiphil} form of [ybl,] {yaval,} to recall,
   restore, or bring back, because this year restored all slaves
   to their liberty, and brought back all alienated estates to
   their primitive owners.  Accordingly the LXX. render it here
   [aphesis,] a "remission"; and Josephus says it signifies
   [eleutherian,] liberty.

  27:17 
 * ye shall.
  5-7 

經文:

利未記 25:12-25:12

註釋:

  6,7 

經文:

利未記 25:13-25:13

註釋:

  10  27:17-24  Nu 36:4 

經文:

利未記 25:14-25:14

註釋:

  17  19:13  De 16:19,20  Jud 4:3  1Sa 12:3,4  2Ch 16:10  Ne 9:36,37 
  Job 20:19,20  Ps 10:18  Pr 14:31  21:13  22:16  28:3,8,16  Ec 5:8 
  Isa 1:17  3:12-15  5:7  33:15  58:6  Jer 22:17  Eze 22:7,12,13 
  Am 5:11,12  8:4-7  Mic 2:2,3  6:10-12  7:3  Lu 3:14  1Co 6:8 
  Jas 5:1-5 

經文:

利未記 25:15-25:15

註釋:

  27:18-23  Php 4:5 

經文:

利未記 25:16-25:16

註釋:

  16 

經文:

利未記 25:17-25:17

註釋:

 * shall not.
  14 
 * fear.
  43  19:14,32  Ge 20:11  22:12  39:9  42:18  Ex 20:20  De 25:18 
  1Sa 12:24  2Ch 19:7  Ne 5:9,15  Ps 19:9  Pr 1:7  Jer 22:16  Mal 3:5 
  Lu 12:5  Ac 9:31  10:2,35  Ro 3:18  11:20 

經文:

利未記 25:18-25:18

註釋:

 * Wherefore.
  19:37  Ps 103:18 
 * and ye.
  26:3-12  De 12:10  28:1-14  33:12,28  Ps 4:8  Pr 1:33  Jer 7:3-7 
  Jer 23:6  25:5  33:16  Eze 33:24-26,29  34:25-28  36:24-28 

經文:

利未記 25:19-25:19

註釋:

  26:5  Ps 67:6  85:12  Isa 30:23  65:21,22  Eze 34:25-28  36:30 
  Joe 2:24,26 

經文:

利未記 25:20-25:20

註釋:

  Nu 11:4,13  2Ki 6:15-17  7:2  2Ch 25:9  Ps 78:19,20  Isa 1:2 
  Mt 6:25-34  8:26  Lu 12:29  Php 4:6  Heb 13:5,6 

經文:

利未記 25:21-25:21

註釋:

 * I will.
   As it is here graciously promised, that the sixth year was to
   bring forth fruits for three years, not merely for two, it is
   evident that both the sabbatical year and the year of jubilee
   were distinctly provided for.  They were not to sow from the
   sixth to the eighth year, omitting two seed times; nor reap
   from the sixth to the ninth, omitting two harvests.  No
   legislator, unless conscious of being divinely commissioned,
   would have committed himself by enacting such a law as this;
   nor would any people have submitted to receive it, except in
   consequence of the fullest conviction that a divine authority
   had dictated it.  It therefore stands as a proof that Moses
   acted by the express direction of the Almighty, and that the
   people were fully persuaded of the reality of his divine
   mission by the miracles he wrought.

  Ge 26:12  41:47  Ex 16:29  De 28:3,8  Ps 133:3  Pr 10:22  2Co 9:10 
 * three years.
  4,8-11 

經文:

利未記 25:22-25:22

註釋:

 * eighth.
  2Ki 19:29  Isa 37:30 
 * old fruit.
  Jos 5:11,12 

經文:

利未記 25:23-25:23

註釋:

 * The land.
  10  1Ki 21:3  Eze 48:14 
 * for ever.  or, to be quite cut off.  Heb. for cutting off.
   for the land.
  De 32:43  2Ch 7:20  Ps 24:1  85:1  Isa 8:8  Ho 9:3  Joe 2:18  3:2 
 * for ye are.
  Ge 47:9  1Ch 29:15  Ps 39:12  119:19  Heb 11:9-13  1Pe 2:11 

經文:

利未記 25:24-25:24

註釋:

 * redemption.
  27,31,51-53  Ro 8:23  1Co 1:30  Eph 1:7,14  4:30 

經文:

利未記 25:25-25:25

註釋:

  Ru 2:20  3:2,9,12  4:4-6  Jer 32:7,8  2Co 8:9  Heb 2:13,14  Re 5:9 

經文:

利未記 25:26-25:26

註釋:

 * himself be able to redeem it.  Heb. his hand hath attained,
   and found sufficiency.
  5:7  *marg: 

經文:

利未記 25:27-25:27

註釋:

  50-53 

經文:

利未記 25:28-25:28

註釋:

 * and in the.
  13 
 * he shall.  See on
  Isa 35:9,10  Jer 32:15  1Co 15:52-54  1Th 4:13-18  1Pe 1:4,5 

經文:

利未記 25:29-25:29

註釋:

   A very proper difference is here made between houses in a
   city and houses in the country.  The former might be redeemed
   any time in the course of a year; but after that time could
   not be redeemed, or go out with the Jubilee:  the latter
   might be redeemed at any time; and if not redeemed must go
   out with the jubilee.  The reason in both cases is
   sufficiently evident; the house in the city might be built
   merely for the purposes of trade or traffic--the house in the
   country was builded on, or attached to, the inheritance which
   God had divided to the respective families.  It was therefore
   necessary that the same law should apply to the house as to
   the inheritance; which necessity did not exist with regard to
   the house in the city.  And, as the house in the city might
   be purchased for the purpose of trade, it would be very
   inconvenient for the purchaser, when his business was
   established, to be obliged to remove.

經文:

利未記 25:30-25:30

註釋:

  30 

經文:

利未記 25:31-25:31

註釋:

 * they may be redeemed.  Heb. redemption belongeth unto it.
  Ps 49:7,8 

經文:

利未記 25:32-25:32

註釋:

 * the cities.
   As the Levites had no inheritance in Israel, but only cities
   to dwell in; and consequently the houses in these cities were
   all they could call their own, therefore they could not be
   ultimately alienated.

  Nu 35:2-8  Jos 21:1-45 

經文:

利未記 25:33-25:33

註釋:

 * a man purchase of the Levites.  or, one of the Levites redeem
   them.  shall go.
  28 
 * for the houses.
  Nu 18:20-24  De 18:1,2 

經文:

利未記 25:34-25:34

註釋:

  23  Ac 4:36,37 

經文:

利未記 25:35-25:35

註釋:

 * thy brother.
  25  De 15:7,8  Pr 14:20,21  17:5  19:17  Mr 14:7  Joh 12:8  2Co 8:9 
  Jas 2:5,6 
 * fallen in decay.  Heb. his hand faileth.  then.
  Ps 37:26  41:1  112:5,9  Pr 14:31  Lu 6:35  Ac 11:29 
  Ro 12:13,18,20  2Co 9:1,12-15  Ga 2:10  1Jo 3:17 
 * relieve.  Heb. strengthen.  a stranger.
  19:34  Ex 23:9  De 10:18,19  Mt 25:35  Heb 13:2 

經文:

利未記 25:36-25:36

註釋:

 * usury.
  Ex 22:25  De 23:19,20  Ne 5:7-10  Ps 15:5  Pr 28:8  Eze 18:8,13,17 
  Eze 22:12 
 * fear.
  17  Ne 5:9,15 

經文:

利未記 25:37-25:37

註釋:

  37 

經文:

利未記 25:38-25:38

註釋:

 * which.
  Ex 20:2 
 * and to be.
  11:45  22:32,33  Nu 15:41  Jer 31:1,33  32:38  Heb 11:16 

經文:

利未記 25:39-25:39

註釋:

 * be sold.
  Ex 21:2  22:3  De 15:12  1Ki 9:22  2Ki 4:1  Ne 5:5  Jer 34:14 
 * compel him to serve as.  Heb. serve thyself with him with
   the service of, etc.
  46  *marg: 
  Ex 1:14  Jer 25:14  27:7  30:8 

經文:

利未記 25:40-25:40

註釋:

  Ex 21:2,3 

經文:

利未記 25:41-25:41

註釋:

 * then shall.
  Ex 21:3  Joh 8:32  Ro 6:14  Tit 2:14 
 * shall return.
  10,28 

經文:

利未記 25:42-25:42

註釋:

 * my servants.
  55  Ro 6:22  1Co 7:21-23 
 * as bondsmen.  Heb. with the sale of a bondman.

經文:

利未記 25:43-25:43

註釋:

 * rule.
  46,53  Ex 1:13,14  2:23  3:7,9  5:14  Isa 47:6  58:3  Eph 6:9 
  Col 4:1 
 * but shalt.
  17  Ex 1:17,21  De 25:18  Mal 3:5 

經文:

利未記 25:44-25:44

註釋:

  Ex 12:44  Ps 2:8,9  Isa 14:1,2  Re 2:26,27 

經文:

利未記 25:45-25:45

註釋:

  Isa 56:3-6 

經文:

利未記 25:46-25:46

註釋:

 * And ye shall.
  Isa 14:2 
 * they shall be your bondmen for ever.  Heb. ye shall serve
   yourselves with them.
  39 
 * ye shall not rule.
  43 

經文:

利未記 25:47-25:47

註釋:

 * sojourner or stranger wax rich.  Heb. the hand of a stranger,
   etc.  obtain, etc.
  26  1Sa 2:7,8  Jas 2:5 

經文:

利未記 25:48-25:48

註釋:

  25,35  Ne 5:5,8  Ga 4:4,5  Heb 2:11-13 

經文:

利未記 25:49-25:49

註釋:

 * or if he be.
  26 

經文:

利未記 25:50-25:50

註釋:

 * reckon.
  27 
 * price of his sale.
   This was a very equitable law, both to the sojourner to whom
   the man was sold, and to the Israelite who had been sold.
   The Israelite might redeem himself, or one of his kindred
   might redeem him; but this must not be done to the prejudice
   of his master.  They were therefore to reckon the years he
   must have served, from that time till the jubilee; and then
   taking the current wages of a servant, per year, at that
   time, multiply the remaining years by that sum, and the
   aggregate was to be given to his master for his redemption.
   The Jews hold that the kindred of such a person were bound,
   if in their power, to redeem him, lest he should be swallowed
   up among the heathen; and we find (Ne 5:8) that this was done
   by the Jews on their return from the Babylonish captivity.
 * according to the time.
  40,53  De 15:18  Job 7:1,2  14:6  Isa 16:14  21:16 

經文:

利未記 25:51-25:51

註釋:

  51 

經文:

利未記 25:52-25:52

註釋:

 * jubilee.
   The jubilee was a wonderful institution, and of great service
   to the religion, freedom, and independence of the Hebrews.
   It was calculated to prevent the rich from oppressing the
   poor, and reducing them to perpetual slavery; and to hinder
   their obtaining possession of all the lands by purchase,
   mortgage, or usurpation.  It was further intended, that debts
   should not be multiplied too much, lest the poor should be
   entirely ruined; that slaves should not always continue in
   servitude; that personal liberty, equality of property, and
   the regular order of families might, as much as possible, be
   preserved; and that the people might thus be strongly
   attached to their country, lands, and inheritances.

經文:

利未記 25:53-25:53

註釋:

  43 

經文:

利未記 25:54-25:54

註釋:

 * in these years.  or, by these means.  then.
  40,41  Ex 21:2,3  Isa 49:9,25  52:3 

經文:

利未記 25:55-25:55

註釋:

 * my servants.
  42  Ex 13:3  20:2  Ps 116:16  Isa 43:3  Lu 1:74,75  Ro 6:14,17,18 
  Ro 6:22  1Co 7:22,23  9:19,21  Ga 5:13 

經文:

利未記 26:1-26:1

註釋:

  1;  Of idolatry.
  2;  Religiousness.
  3;  A blessing to them that keep the commandments.
 14;  A curse to those that break them.
 40;  God promises to remember them that repent.

 * Ye shall.
  19:4  Ex 20:4,5,23  23:24  34:17  De 4:16-19  5:8,9  16:21,22  27:15 
  Ps 97:7  115:4-8  Isa 2:20  44:9-20  48:5-8  Jer 10:3-8  Ac 17:29 
  Ro 2:22,23  1Co 10:19,20  Re 13:14,15  22:15 
 * standing image.  or, pillar.  image of stone.  or, figured
   stone.  Heb. a stone of picture.

經文:

利未記 26:2-26:2

註釋:

  19:30 

經文:

利未記 26:3-26:3

註釋:

  18:4,5  De 11:13-15  28:1-14  Jos 23:14,15  Jud 2:1,2  Ps 81:12-16 
  Isa 1:19  48:18,19  Mt 7:24,25  Ro 2:7-10  Re 22:14 

經文:

利未記 26:4-26:4

註釋:

 * Then I.
  De 28:12  1Ki 17:1  Job 5:10  37:11-13  38:25-28  Ps 65:9-13  68:9 
  Ps 104:13  Isa 5:6  30:23  Jer 14:22  Eze 34:26,27  Joe 2:23,24 
  Am 4:7,8  Mt 5:45  Ac 14:17  Jas 5:7,17,18  Re 11:6 
 * the land.
  25:21  Ps 67:6  85:12  Eze 34:27  36:30  Hag 2:18,19  Zec 8:12 

經文:

利未記 26:5-26:5

註釋:

 * threshing.
  Am 9:13  Mt 9:37,38  Joh 4:35,36 
 * eat your.
  25:19  Ex 16:8  De 11:15  Joe 2:19,26  Ac 14:17  1Ti 6:17 
 * dwell.
  25:18  Job 11:18,19  Ps 46:1-7  90:1  91:1-14  Pr 1:33  18:10 
  Jer 23:6  Eze 34:25-28  Mt 23:37  1Pe 1:5 

經文:

利未記 26:6-26:6

註釋:

 * I will.
  1Ch 22:9  Ps 29:11  147:14  Isa 9:7  45:7  Jer 30:10  Ho 2:18 
  Mic 4:4  Hag 2:9  Zec 9:10  Joh 14:27  Ro 5:1  Php 4:7-9 
 * ye shall.
  Job 11:19  Ps 3:5  4:8  127:1,2  Pr 3:24  6:22  Isa 35:9  Jer 30:10 
  Jer 31:26  Eze 34:25  Zep 3:13  Ac 12:6 
 * rid.  Heb. cause to cease.
  Ex 23:29  2Ki 2:24  17:25,26  Job 5:23  Isa 35:9  Eze 5:17 
  Eze 14:15,21 
 * shall the sword.
  Eze 14:17 

經文:

利未記 26:7-26:7

註釋:

  7 

經文:

利未記 26:8-26:8

註釋:

  Nu 14:9  De 28:7  32:30  Jos 23:10  Jud 7:19-21  1Sa 14:6-16 
  1Sa 17:45-52  1Ch 11:11,20  Ps 81:14,15 

經文:

利未記 26:9-26:9

註釋:

 * for I.
  Ex 2:25  2Ki 13:23  Ne 2:20  Ps 89:3  138:6,7  Jer 33:3  Heb 8:9 
 * make you.
  Ge 17:6,7,20  26:4  28:3,14  Ex 1:7  De 28:4,11  Ne 9:23  Ps 107:38 
 * establish.
  Ge 6:18  17:7  Ex 6:4  Isa 55:3  Eze 16:62  Lu 1:72 

經文:

利未記 26:10-26:10

註釋:

  25:22  Jos 5:11  2Ki 19:29  Lu 12:17 

經文:

利未記 26:11-26:11

註釋:

 * I will.
  Ex 25:8  29:45  Jos 22:19  1Ki 8:13,27  Ps 76:2  78:68,69 
  Ps 132:13,14  Eze 37:26-28  Eph 2:22  Re 21:3 
 * abhor.
  20:23  De 32:19  Ps 78:59  106:40  Jer 14:21  La 2:7  Zec 11:8 

經文:

利未記 26:12-26:12

註釋:

 * I will.
  Ge 3:8  5:22,24  6:9  De 23:14  2Co 6:16  Re 2:1 
 * will be.
  Ge 17:7  Ex 3:6  6:7  19:5,6  Ps 50:7  68:18-20  Isa 12:2  41:10 
  Jer 7:23  11:4  30:22  31:33  32:38  Eze 11:20  36:38  Joe 2:27 
  Zec 13:9  Mt 22:32  Heb 11:16  Re 21:7 

經文:

利未記 26:13-26:13

註釋:

 * I am.
  25:38,42,55 
 * See on
  Ex 20:2  Ps 81:6-10  1Co 6:19,20 
 * and I have.
  Ps 116:16  Isa 51:23  Jer 2:20  Eze 34:27 

經文:

利未記 26:14-26:14

註釋:

  18  De 28:15-68  Jer 17:27  La 1:18  2:17  Mal 2:2  Ac 3:23 
  Heb 12:25 

經文:

利未記 26:15-26:15

註釋:

 * despise.
  43  Nu 15:31  2Sa 12:9,10  2Ki 17:15  2Ch 36:16  Pr 1:7,30 
  Jer 6:19  Zec 7:11-13  Ac 13:41  1Th 4:8 
 * soul.
  Ps 50:17  Pr 5:12  Ro 8:7 
 * break.
  Ge 17:14  Ex 19:5  24:7  De 31:16  Isa 24:5  Jer 11:10  31:32 
  Eze 16:59  Heb 8:9 

經文:

利未記 26:16-26:16

註釋:

 * appoint.
  Ps 109:6 
 * over you.  Heb. upon you.  terror.
  De 28:65-67  32:25  Job 15:20,21  18:11  20:25  Ps 73:19  Isa 7:2 
  Jer 15:8  20:4  Heb 10:31 
 * consumption.
  Ex 15:26  De 28:21,22,35 
 * consume.
  De 28:32,34,67  1Sa 2:33  Ps 78:33  Eze 33:10  Zec 14:12 
 * and ye shall.
  De 28:33,51  Jud 6:3-6,11  Job 31:8  Isa 65:22-24  Jer 5:17  12:13 
  Mic 6:15  Hag 1:6 
 * for your.
  Isa 10:4 

經文:

利未記 26:17-26:17

註釋:

 * set.
  17:10  20:5,6  Ps 68:1,2 
 * ye shall be.
  De 28:25  Jud 2:14  1Sa 4:10  31:1  Ne 9:27-30  Ps 106:41,42 
  Jer 19:7  La 1:5 
 * shall flee.
  36  Ps 53:5  Pr 28:1 

經文:

利未記 26:18-26:18

註釋:

 * seven times.
  21,24,28  1Sa 2:5  Ps 119:164  Pr 24:16  Da 3:19 

經文:

利未記 26:19-26:19

註釋:

 * will break.
  1Sa 4:3,11  Isa 2:12  25:11  26:5  Jer 13:9  Eze 7:24  30:6  Da 4:37 
  Zep 3:11 
 * make.
  De 28:23  1Ki 17:1  Jer 14:1-6  Lu 4:25 

經文:

利未記 26:20-26:20

註釋:

 * your strength.
  Ps 127:1  Isa 49:4  Hab 2:13  Ga 4:11 
 * for your land.
  4  De 11:17  28:18,38-40,42  Job 31:40  Ps 107:34  Hag 1:9-11 
  Hag 2:16  1Co 3:6 

經文:

利未記 26:21-26:21

註釋:

 * contrary unto me.  or, at all adventures with me:  and so
   ver.
  24 

經文:

利未記 26:22-26:22

註釋:

 * wild.
  6  De 32:24  2Ki 17:25  Jer 15:3  Eze 5:17  14:15,21 
 * rob you.
  2Ki 2:24 
 * your high.
  Jud 5:6  2Ch 15:5  Isa 24:6  33:8  La 1:4  Eze 14:15  33:28 
  Mic 3:12  Zec 7:14 

經文:

利未記 26:23-26:23

註釋:

  Isa 1:16-20  Jer 2:30  5:3  Eze 24:13,14  Am 4:6-12 

經文:

利未記 26:24-26:24

註釋:

  2Sa 22:27  Job 9:4  Ps 18:26  Isa 63:10 

經文:

利未記 26:25-26:25

註釋:

 * will bring.
  De 32:25,41  Jud 2:14-16  Ps 78:62-64  Isa 34:5,6  Jer 9:16 
  Jer 14:12,13  15:2-4  La 2:21  Eze 5:17  6:3  14:17  21:4-17  29:8 
  Eze 33:2 
 * avenge.
  De 32:35  Ps 94:1  Eze 20:37  Heb 10:28-30 
 * I will send.
  Nu 14:12  16:49  De 28:21  2Sa 24:15  Jer 14:12  24:10  29:17,18 
  Am 4:10  Lu 21:11 

經文:

利未記 26:26-26:26

註釋:

  Ps 105:16  Isa 3:1  9:20  Jer 14:12  La 4:3-9  Eze 4:10,16  5:16 
  Eze 14:13  Ho 4:10  Mic 6:14  Hag 1:6 

經文:

利未記 26:27-26:27

註釋:

  21,24 

經文:

利未記 26:28-26:28

註釋:

 * in fury.
  Isa 27:4  59:18  63:3  66:15  Jer 21:5  Eze 5:13,15  8:18  Na 1:2,6 

經文:

利未記 26:29-26:29

註釋:

   This was literally fulfilled at the siege of Jerusalem.
   Josephus gives a dreadful detail respecting a woman named
   Mary, who, in the extremity of the famine, during the seige,
   killed her sucking child, roasted, and had eaten part of it,
   when discovered by the soldiers!

  De 28:53-57  2Ki 6:28,29  Jer 19:9  La 2:20  4:10  Eze 5:10 
  Mt 24:19  Lu 23:29 

經文:

利未記 26:30-26:30

註釋:

 * I will destroy.
  1Ki 13:2  2Ki 23:8,16,20  2Ch 14:3-5  23:17  31:1  34:3-7  Isa 27:9 
  Jer 8:1-3  Eze 6:3-6,13 
 * my soul.
  11,15  20:23  Ps 78:58,59  89:38  Jer 14:19 

經文:

利未記 26:31-26:31

註釋:

 * And I will make.
  2Ki 25:4-10  2Ch 36:19  Ne 2:3,17  Isa 1:7  24:10-12  Jer 4:7  9:11 
  La 1:1  2:7  Eze 6:6  21:15  Mic 3:12 
 * and bring.
  Ps 74:3-8  Jer 22:5  26:6,9  52:13  La 1:10  Eze 9:6  21:7  24:21 
  Mt 24:1,2  Lu 21:5,6,24  Ac 6:14 
 * I will not smell.  See on
  Ge 8:21  Isa 1:11-14  66:3  Am 5:21-23  Heb 10:26 

經文:

利未記 26:32-26:32

註釋:

 * And I.
  De 29:23  Isa 1:7,8  5:6,9  6:11  24:1  32:13,14  64:10  Jer 9:11 
  Jer 25:11,18,38  44:2,22  La 5:18  Eze 33:28,29  Da 9:2,18 
  Hab 3:17  Lu 21:20 
 * and your.
  De 28:37  29:24-28  1Ki 9:8  Jer 18:16  19:8  La 4:12  Eze 5:15 

經文:

利未記 26:33-26:33

註釋:

  De 4:27  28:64-66  Ps 44:11  Jer 9:16  La 1:3  4:15  Eze 12:14-16 
  Eze 20:23  22:15  Zec 7:14  Lu 21:24  Jas 1:1 

經文:

利未記 26:34-26:34

註釋:

   This was fulfilled during the Babylonish captivity:  for,
   from Saul to the captivity are about 490; years, during which
   period there were 70; sabbaths of years neglected by the
   Hebrews.  Now the Babylonish captivity lasted 70; years, and
   during that time the land of Israel rested.

  25:2-4,10  2Ch 36:21 

經文:

利未記 26:35-26:35

註釋:

  Isa 24:5,6  Ro 8:22 

經文:

利未記 26:36-26:36

註釋:

 * I will send.
  Ge 35:5  De 28:65-67  Jos 2:9-11  5:1  1Sa 17:24  2Ki 7:6,7 
  2Ch 14:14  Job 15:21,22  Isa 7:2,4  Eze 21:7,12,15 
 * and the.
  7,8,17  De 1:44  Job 15:21  Pr 28:1  Isa 30:17 
 * shaken.  Heb. driven.

經文:

利未記 26:37-26:37

註釋:

 * they shall.
  Jud 7:22  1Sa 14:15,16  Isa 10:4  Jer 37:10 
 * and ye shall.
  Nu 14:42  Jos 7:12,13  Jud 2:14 

經文:

利未記 26:38-26:38

註釋:

  De 4:27  28:48,68  Isa 27:13  Jer 42:17,18,22  44:12-14,27,28 

經文:

利未記 26:39-26:39

註釋:

 * shall pine.
  De 28:65  30:1  Ne 1:9  Ps 32:3,4  Jer 3:25  29:12  La 4:9  Eze 4:17 
  Eze 6:9  20:43  24:23  33:10  36:31  Ho 5:15  Zec 10:9 
 * and also.
  Ex 20:5  34:7  Nu 14:18  De 5:9  Jer 31:29  Eze 18:2,3,19 
  Mt 23:35,36  Ro 11:8-10 

經文:

利未記 26:40-26:40

註釋:

 * confess.
  Nu 5:7  De 4:29-31  30:1-3  Jos 7:19  1Ki 8:33-36,47  Ne 9:2-5 
  Job 33:27,28  Ps 32:5  Pr 28:13  Jer 31:18-20  Eze 36:31 
  Da 9:3-20  Ho 5:15  6:1,2  Lu 15:18,19  1Jo 1:8-10 
 * and that.
  21,24,27,28 

經文:

利未記 26:41-26:41

註釋:

 * their uncircumcised.
  De 30:6  Jer 4:4  6:10  9:25,26  Eze 44:7  Ac 7:51  Ro 2:28,29 
  Ga 5:6  Php 3:3  Col 2:11 
 * humbled.
  Ex 10:3  1Ki 21:29  2Ch 12:6,7,12  32:26  33:12,13,19,23  Eze 6:9 
  Eze 20:43  Mt 23:12  Lu 14:11  18:14  Jas 4:6-9  1Pe 5:5,6 
 * and they.
  Ezr 9:13,15  Ne 9:33  Ps 39:9  51:3,4  Da 9:7-14,18,19 

經文:

利未記 26:42-26:42

註釋:

 * will I.
  Ge 9:16  Ex 2:24  6:5  De 4:31  Ps 106:45  Eze 16:60  Lu 1:72 
 * and I will.
  Ps 85:1,2  136:23  Eze 36:1-15,33,34  Joe 2:18 

經文:

利未記 26:43-26:43

註釋:

 * shall enjoy.
  34,35 
 * and they.
  41  1Ki 8:46-48  2Ch 33:12  Job 5:17  34:31,32  Ps 50:15 
  Ps 119:67,71,75  Isa 26:16  Jer 31:19  Da 9:7-9,14  Heb 12:5-11 
 * they despised.
  15  2Ki 17:7-17  2Ch 36:14-16 
 * their soul.
  15,30  Ps 50:17  Am 5:10  Zec 11:8  Joh 7:7  15:23,24  Ro 8:7 

經文:

利未記 26:44-26:44

註釋:

 * I will.
  De 4:29-31  2Ki 13:23  Ne 9:31  Ps 94:14  Eze 14:22,23  Ro 11:2,26 
 * abhor.
  11 
 * break.
  Ps 89:33  Jer 14:21  33:20,21  Eze 16:60 

經文:

利未記 26:45-26:45

註釋:

 * for their.
  Ge 12:2  15:18  17:7,8  Ex 2:24  19:5,6  Lu 1:72,73 
  Ro 11:12,23-26,28,29  2Co 3:15,16 
 * whom I.
  22:33  25:38 
 * See on
  Ex 20:2 
 * in the sight.
  Ps 98:2,3  Eze 20:9,14,22 

經文:

利未記 26:46-26:46

註釋:

   As this verse appears to be the proper concluding verse of
   the whole book, Dr. A. Clarke thinks that the 27th chapter
   originally followed the 25th.  Others suppose that the 27th
   chapter was added after the book was finished; and,
   therefore, there is apparently a double conclusion, one at
   the end of this, and another at the end of the 27th chapter.
   All the ancient versions agree in concluding both chapters in
   nearly the same way.

 * the statues.
  27:34  De 6:1  12:1  13:4  Joh 1:17 
 * in mount Sinai.
  25:1 
 * by the hand.
  8:36  Nu 4:37  Ps 77:20 

經文:

利未記 27:1-27:1

註釋:

  1;  He that makes a singular vow must be the Lord's.
  3;  The estimation of the person;
  9;  of a beast given by vow;
 14;  of a house;
 16;  of a field, and the redemption thereof.
 28;  No devoted thing may be redeemed.
 30;  The tithe may not be changed.

  1 

經文:

利未記 27:2-27:2

註釋:

 * When.
  Ge 28:20-22  Nu 6:2  21:2  De 23:21-23  Jud 11:30,31,39 
  1Sa 1:11,28 
 * a singular vow.
   A vow is a religious promise made to God, for the most part
   with prayer, and paid with thanksgiving.  Vows were either of
   abstinence (Nu 6:30), or the devoting of something to the
   Lord, as sacrifices (Le 7:16,) or the value of persons,
   beasts, houses, or lands, concerning which the law is here
   given.  A man might vow or devote himself, his children, his
   domestics, his cattle, his goods, etc.; and respecting the
   redemption of all these, rules are laid down in this chapter.
   But if, after consecrating these things, he refused to redeem
   them, they then became the Lord's property forever.  The
   persons continued all their lives devoted to the sanctuary,
   the goods were sold for the profit of the temple, or the
   priests; and the animals, if clean, were offered in
   sacrifice; and if not proper for sacrifice, were sold, and
   the proceeds devoted to sacred uses.  This is a general view
   of the different laws relative to vows, mentioned in this
   chapter.

  Ec 5:4,5 

經文:

利未記 27:3-27:3

註釋:

 * And thy estimation.
  14  5:15  6:6  Nu 18:16  2Ki 12:4  *marg: 
 * fifty shekels.
   i.e, At three shillings each, 7(9c2e) 10s. sterling.

 * after the.
  25  Ex 30:13 

經文:

利未記 27:4-27:4

註釋:

 * thirty shekels.
   i.e., 4(9c2e) 10s. sterling, A little more than one-half the
   value of a man; for this obvious reason, that a woman, if
   employed, would not be of so much use in the sanctuary as the
   man.

  Zec 11:12,13  Mt 26:15  27:9,10 

經文:

利未記 27:5-27:5

註釋:

 * twenty shekels.  i.e., 3(9c2e) sterling.  ten shekels.  i.e., 1(9c2e)
   10s. sterling
  5 

經文:

利未記 27:6-27:6

註釋:

 * from.
  Nu 3:40-43  18:14-16 
 * the male.
   The male five shekels, 15s., the female three shekels, 9s.
   Being both in infancy they were nearly of an equal value.

經文:

利未記 27:7-27:7

註釋:

 * from.
  Ps 90:10 
 * fifteen.
   The old man and the old woman, being almost past labour, were
   nearly of an equal value; the former being estimated at 15
   shekels, and the latter at 10.

經文:

利未記 27:8-27:8

註釋:

 * poorer.
  5:7  12:8  14:21,22  Mr 14:7  Lu 21:1-4  2Co 8:12 
 * according.
  Jer 5:7 

經文:

利未記 27:9-27:9

註釋:

  9 

經文:

利未記 27:10-27:10

註釋:

  15-33  Jas 1:8 

經文:

利未記 27:11-27:11

註釋:

  De 23:18  Mal 1:14 

經文:

利未記 27:12-27:12

註釋:

 * as thou valuest it, who art the priest.  Heb. according to
   thy estimation, O priest, etc.
  14 

經文:

利未記 27:13-27:13

註釋:

  10,15,19  5:16  6:4,5  22:14 

經文:

利未記 27:14-27:14

註釋:

 * sanctify.
  21  25:29-31  Nu 18:14  Ps 101:2-7 
 * as the priest.
  12 

經文:

利未記 27:15-27:15

註釋:

 * then he shall add.
  13 

經文:

利未記 27:16-27:16

註釋:

 * some part.
   Though the words "some part" are not expressed, yet it is
   generally allowed that they should be supplied here; as it
   was not lawful for a man to alienate in this manner his whole
   patrimony:  he might express his good will for the house of
   God but he must not impoverish his own family.

 * of a field.
  Ac 4:34-37  5:4 
 * an homer.  or, the land of an homer, etc., i.e, as much land
   as required a homer of barley to sow it.
   The {homer} was very different from the {omer;} the latter
   held about three quarts, the former seventy-five gallons
   three pints.

  Isa 5:10  Eze 45:11-14  Ho 3:2 

經文:

利未記 27:17-27:17

註釋:

  17 

經文:

利未記 27:18-27:18

註釋:

  25:15,16,27,51,52 

經文:

利未記 27:19-27:19

註釋:

  13 

經文:

利未記 27:20-27:20

註釋:

  20 

經文:

利未記 27:21-27:21

註釋:

 * when.
  25:10,28,31 
 * devoted.
   It is {cherem,} a thing so devoted to God, as never more to
   be capable of being redeemed.

  28,29  De 13:17  Jos 6:17  Ezr 10:8  Eze 44:29  *marg: 
 * priest's.
  Nu 18:14  Eze 44:29 

經文:

利未記 27:22-27:22

註釋:

 * his possession.
  25:10,25 

經文:

利未記 27:23-27:23

註釋:

  12,18 

經文:

利未記 27:24-27:24

註釋:

  20  25:28 

經文:

利未記 27:25-27:25

註釋:

 * And all.
  3 
 * to the shekel.
   A standard shekel; the standard being kept in the sanctuary,
   to try and regulate all the weights in the land by.

 * twenty.
  Ex 30:13  Nu 3:47  18:16  Eze 45:12 

經文:

利未記 27:26-27:26

註釋:

 * the firstling.  Heb. first born, etc.
   As these firstlings were the Lord's before, it would have
   been a solemn mockery to pretend to make them a matter of a
   singular vow; for they were already appointed, if clean, to
   be sacrificed.

 * which.
  Ex 13:2,12,13  22:30  Nu 18:17  De 15:19 

經文:

利未記 27:27-27:27

註釋:

 * and shall add.
   This was probably intended to prevent rash vows and covetous
   redemptions.  The priest alone was to value the thing; and to
   whatever his valuation was, a fifth part must be added by him
   who wished to redeem it.

  11-13 

經文:

利未記 27:28-27:28

註釋:

 * no devoted.
   This is the {cherem,} the absolute, irredeemable grant to
   God.

  21  Ex 22:20  Nu 21:2,3  De 7:1,2  13:15,16  20:16,17  25:19 
  Jos 6:17-19,26  7:1,11-13,25  Jud 11:30,31  21:5,11,18 
  1Sa 14:24-28,38-45  15:3,18,32,33  Mt 25:41  Ac 23:12-14  Ro 9:3 
  1Co 16:22  Ga 3:10,13 

經文:

利未記 27:29-27:29

註釋:

 * None.
  Nu 21:2,3  1Sa 15:18-23 
 * which shall be devoted.
   That is, either that every person devoted to the service of
   God shall not be redeemed, but die in that devoted state, or,
   that such as were devoted to death by appointment and law of
   God, as the Canaanites were, shall be put to death.

經文:

利未記 27:30-27:30

註釋:

  Ge 14:20  28:22  Nu 18:21-24  De 12:5,6  14:22,23  2Ch 31:5,6,12 
  Ne 10:37,38  12:44  13:5,12  Mal 3:8-10  Mt 23:23  Lu 11:42  18:12 
  Heb 7:5-9 

經文:

利未記 27:31-27:31

註釋:

  13 

經文:

利未記 27:32-27:32

註釋:

 * passeth under the rod.
   The Rabbins say, that when a man gave the tithe of his sheep
   or calves, he shut them in one fold, in which was a narrow
   door, to let out but one at a time.  He then stood by the
   door, with a rod dipped in vermilion in his hand, and as they
   passed he counted them with the rod; and when the tenth came
   he touched it, by which it was distinguished as the tithe
   calf, sheep, etc.

  Jer 33:13  Eze 20:37  Mic 7:14 

經文:

利未記 27:33-27:33

註釋:

  10 

經文:

利未記 27:34-27:34

註釋:

 * commandments.
  26:46  De 4:45  Joh 1:17 
 * in mount.
  Nu 1:1  Ga 4:24,25  Heb 12:18-25 



                        CONCLUDING REMARKS.

 Thus terminates this most interesting and important book; a
 book containing a code of sacrificial, ceremonial, civil, and
 judicial laws, which, for the purity of their morality, the
 wisdom, justice, and beneficence of their enactments, and the
 simplicity, dignity, and impressive nature of their rites, are
 perfectly unrivalled, and altogether worthy of their Divine
 Author.  All the rites and ceremonies of the Mosaic law are at
 once dignified and expressive.  They point out the holiness of
 their Author, the sinfulness of man, the necessity of an
 atonement, and the state of moral excellence to which the grace
 and mercy of the Creator have destined to raise the human soul.
 They include, as well as point out, the gospel of the Son of
 God; from which they receive their consummation and perfection.
 The sacrifices and oblations were significant of the atonement
 of Christ; the requisite qualities of these sacrifices were
 emblematical of his immaculate character; and the prescribed
 mode in the form of these offerings, and the mystical rites
 ordained, were allusive institutions, calculated to enlighten
 the apprehensions of the Jews, and to prepare them for the
 reception of the Gospel.  The institution of the high
 priesthood typified Jesus, the Great High Priest, called and
 prepared of God, who hath an unchangeable priesthood, and is
 able to save to the uttermost all that come unto God by him.

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