9:1 And it came to pass on the a eighth day, [that] Moses called Aaron and his sons, and the elders of Israel;
(a) After their consecration: for the seven days
before, the priests were consecrated.
9:2 And he said unto Aaron, Take thee a young calf
for a b sin offering, and a ram for a
burnt offering, without blemish, and offer [them] before the LORD.
(b) Aaron enters into the possession of the
priesthood: and offers the four principal sacrifices, the burnt offering, the
sin offering, the peace offering, and the meat offering.
9:5 And they
brought [that] which Moses commanded before the tabernacle of the congregation:
and all the congregation drew near and stood before the c
(c) Before the altar where his glory appeared.
9:7 And Moses said unto Aaron, Go
unto the altar, and offer thy sin offering, and thy burnt offering, and make an
atonement for d thyself, and for the
people: and offer the offering of the people, and make an atonement for them; as
the LORD commanded.
(d) Read for the understanding of this peace, (Hebrews
9:10 But the
fat, and the kidneys, and the caul above the liver of the sin offering, he e
burnt upon the altar; as the LORD commanded Moses.
(e) That is, he laid them in order, and so they
were burnt when the Lord sent down fire.
And he did wash the inwards and the legs, and f
burnt [them] upon the burnt offering on the altar.
(f) All this must be understood of the
preparation of the sacrifices which were burnt after, (Leviticus
And the g breasts and the right shoulder
Aaron waved [for] a wave offering before the LORD; as Moses commanded.
(g) Of the bullock and the ram.
9:22 And Aaron lifted up his hand toward the people,
and blessed them, and h came down from
offering of the sin offering, and the burnt offering, and peace offerings.
(h) Because the altar was near the sanctuary,
which was the upper end, therefore he is said to come down.
9:23 And Moses and Aaron went into the tabernacle of
the congregation, and came out, and i
blessed the people: and the glory of the LORD appeared unto all the people.
(i) Or prayed for the people.