Leviticus 1:10
of the flocks: Lev 1:2, Gen 4:4, Gen 8:20, Isa 53:6, Isa 53:7, Joh 1:29 a burnt sacrifice: Olah, a burnt offering, from âlah, 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, ολοκαυτωμα, 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: Lev 1:3, Lev 4:23, Lev 22:19, Mal 1:14 Reciprocal: Gen 15:9 - General Exo 12:5 - be without Lev 1:17 - it is Lev 3:6 - be of Lev 3:12 - a goat Lev 12:6 - a lamb Lev 14:10 - he lambs Lev 16:3 - a ram for a burnt offering Lev 22:18 - Whatsoever Lev 23:12 - General Num 6:14 - one he 1Sa 10:3 - three kids Ezr 6:9 - young bullocks Heb 9:19 - the blood