Today’s Reading: Leviticus 5, 6, 7
Highlights: Certain types of sins are considered followed by various types of sacrifices. There were burnt offerings, grain offerings, sin offerings, trespass offerings, and peace offerings, each with its own particular method of making the sacrifice. Again, lots of shedding of blood.
Regarding the sin offerings, it is interesting in chapter 5 that different offerings were prescribed for those who had less than others. The poor who could not afford a lamb could bring two turtle doves, etc. Everyone could be forgiven. Is that what it is saying? If so, what quality of God does it seem to reflect?
Where, according to 7:37-38, were these laws given?