The Book of Leviticus Answers

Leviticus

(Answers)



CHAPTER 1

  1. Bulls, sheep or goats, and birds (turtledoves or pigeons).

CHAPTER 2

  1. Leaven (yeast).
  2. Salt.

CHAPTER 3

  1. A male or female bull or ram.
  2. Perfect and unblemished.

CHAPTER 4

  1. a. Sprinkled 7 times before the veil. (vs.6) b. Outside the camp. (vs. 12)
  2. a. Before the veil 7 times and on the horns of the altar. (17-18) b. Outside the camp.
  3. a. A male kid goat without blemish. b. On the horns of the altar and the rest poured out at the base of the altar. c. On the altar.
  4. a. A female kid goat or lamb. (28,32) b. On the altar and at the base of the altar. c. On the altar.

CHAPTER 5

  1. He should speak up or he will be guilty of wrong also.
  2. Make restitution plus 1/5 more and give it to the priests. (15,16)
  3. a. Yes. b. Offer a ram without blemish as a burnt offering. (18) c. God says he is guilty. We should always know God's commandments in order to avoid sin. (17)

CHAPTER 6

  1. a. He was to restore it fully, plus 1/5 (20%) more. (vs.5) b. Restoring the full amount did not cost him anything. Paying the extra did.

CHAPTER 7

  1. Yes.
  2. On the third day it was disposed. (17)

CHAPTER 8

  1. He consecrated Aaron and his sons as priests before the Lord.
  2. They were allowed to it eat of the breast and the right thigh. (31)
  3. 7 days. (33)

CHAPTER 9

  1. The day after Aaron and his sons were consecrated (the eighth day). (vs. 1)

CHAPTER 10

  1. a. They offered unauthorized incense on a censer to God. (vs. 1) b. God killed them. c. Their were to worship God in His way, not their way. This would honor and glorify God, not them.
  2. a. No intoxicating drink ( wine or fermented drink). (9) b. They needed to be able to discern between the clean and unclean, the holy and unholy, and be able to teach the children of Israel. (10,11)

CHAPTER 11

  1. Those that had split hooves and also chewed the cud.
  2. Those with both fins and scales. (10)
  3. Those that ate flesh (carnivores).
  4. They had to wash their garments and would be unclean till evening. (24,25)
  5. Destroy the vessel and whatever was in it. (33)

CHAPTER 12

  1. a. 7 days. (2) b. He was circumcised. c. 33 days. (4)
  2. a. 14 days. (5) b. 66 days. (6) c. It showed that the position of the man was above a woman as when they were first created.

CHAPTER 13

  1. To keep disease from spreading among the people.
  2. God instructed the priests. (1)

CHAPTER 14

  1. He had to shave his head and beard, and wash his clothes and body. (8,9)
  2. Seven days he would wait.
  3. The house was scraped, old stones taken away and replaced with new ones. (40-42)
  4. They broke the house down and destroyed all the parts in an unclean place. (45)

CHAPTER 15

  1. a. They would be unclean until the discharge was finished. (13) b. After the discharge had stopped, they would wait for seven days and then wash themselves. On the eighth day they would bring a burnt offering and a sacrifice offering to the priest. (13,14)
  2. No.

CHAPTER 16

  1. a. To make atonement for the tabernacle, the altar, and the whole congregation's sins whatever they might be. (33) b. Once a year on the tenth day of the seventh month (Yon Kipper). (29,34) c. The blood of the sacrifice was taken behind the veil and sprinkled on the mercy seat. No other sacrifices were sprinkled on the mercy seat. (15)
  2. The sacrifice goat represents Jesus and the scapegoat represents us, the sinner, set free under grace.

CHAPTER 17

  1. a. The blood of any animal. b. The blood is it's life and is used to make atonement for the sins of the people.

CHAPTER 18

  1. Any of their close relatives were not allowed.
  2. He hates it, it is detestable to Him. This shows that God does not create something that He hates.
  3. It would vomit or remove them out of the land as it would the people ahead already there.

CHAPTER 19

  1. Molded gods - idols to worship.
  2. They were to leave the corners of the land and the gleanings for the poor.
  3. Do not lead someone wrong or take advantage of anyone who does not know or understand what you are doing.
  4. To love them as themselves for they were once strangers in a land who were mistreated.

CHAPTER 20

  1. He was put to death.
  2. They were put to death.

CHAPTER 21

  1. A virgin woman only.
  2. One who had any physical defect, because he would be unclean.

CHAPTER 22

  1. No.
  2. Those blemished, blind, maimed, broken, or with skin diseases.
  3. A mother and her young.

CHAPTER 23

  1. The day of rest. The seventh day.
  2. The offering to God at the beginning of harvest season.
  3. 7 Sabbaths were counted before the Feast of Weeks was celebrated.
  4. A memorial day to God.
  5. The Feasts of Trumpets, the Day of Atonement, and the Feast of Tabernacles.
  6. A feast to celebrate how God provided for the children of Israel in the wilderness when they lived in booths.

CHAPTER 24

  1. All day and all night the lamps burned.
  2. He would be stoned to death.

CHAPTER 25

  1. Six years to sow, then one year to rest.
  2. Every 50 years was the time for release for a person to receive their freedom and for land to be returned to the original owner.
  3. God would bless their sixth year with more than enough to carry them through even to the ninth year.
  4. They were not to charge them interest.

CHAPTER 26

  1. If they obeyed God, they would have peace and blessings.
  2. If they disobeyed, they would be hungry, be taken by enemies, and have no blessings.
  3. Yes, God always gives us a chance to correct our wrongs.

CHAPTER 27

  1. Any dedication of property or people to the work of the priesthood.
  2. The value of the property plus 1/5 more was required to redeem your property.