Leviticus 23.29-32 was covered, that is, preparations for the Feast of Tabernacles. That was two weeks away and preparations were needed.
- Leviticus 23:32 Which containeth a night and a day: yet they took it but for their natural day.
- Leviticus 23:32 Hebrew, rest your Sabbath.
Leviticus 23. 39-42Leviticus 23:39-42
- Leviticus 23:39 Or, a solemn feast.
- Leviticus 23:40 Or, of boughs thick with leaves.The Feast of Tabernacles began on 22 October with the Day of Atonement, or, the Ym Kippur, was designated for 17 October.
- Leviticus 23:27 By fasting and prayer.The Day of Atonment was the Easter of the Christian period. It taught much about the one, final, sufficient, efficacious and abiding atonement of the High Priest who offered Himself as the One, sufficient oblation and sacrifice for the sins of the whole world.The OT High Priest entered the Holy of Holies once per year making atonement for himself and for the sins of the entire nation. He sprinkled the blood of the covenant variously.
- Leviticus 16:2 The high Priest entered into the Holiest of all but once a year even in the month of September.
- Leviticus 16:4 Or, privities.
- Leviticus 16:12 The Holiest of all.
- Leviticus 16:13 Or, the smoke.
- Leviticus 16:13 Or, the Ark.
- Leviticus 16:14 That is, on the side which was toward the people: for the head of the Sanctuary stood Westward.
- Leviticus 16:16 Placed among them which are unclean.
- Leviticus 16:18 Whereupon the sweet incense and perfume was offered.
- Leviticus 16:22 Hebrew, the land of separations.
- Leviticus 16:29 Which was Tishri, and answereth to part of September, and part of October.
- Leviticus 16:31 Or a rest which ye shall keep most diligently.
- Leviticus 16:32 Whom the Priest shall anoint by God’s commandment to succeed in his father’s room.Christ was the final High Priest.
- Hebrews 9:11 Now he entereth into the declaration of the figures, and first of all comparing the Levitical high Priest with Christ, (that is to say, the figure with the thing itself) he attributeth to Christ the administration of good things to come, that is, everlasting, which those carnal things had respect unto.
- Hebrews 9:11 Another comparison of the first corruptible Tabernacle with the latter (that is to say, with the human nature of Christ) which is the true incorruptible Temple of God, whereinto which the Son of GOD entered, as the Levitical high Priests into the other which was frail and transitory.
- Hebrews 9:11 By a more excellent and better.
- Hebrews 9:12 Another comparison of the blood of sacrifices with Christ. The Levitical high Priests entering by their holy places into the Sanctuary, offered corruptible blood for one year only: but Christ entering into that holy body of his, entered by it into heaven itself, offering his own most pure blood for an everlasting redemption: For one selfsame Christ answereth both to the high Priest, and the Tabernacle, and the sacrifices, and offering themselves, as the truth to the figures, so that Christ is both the high Priest, and Tabernacle, and Sacrifice, yea, all these both truly, and forever.
- Hebrews 9:12 For in this yearly sacrifice of reconciliation, there were two kinds of sacrifices, the one a goat, the other a heifer, or calf.