19 And the fat of the bullock and of the ram, the rump, and that which covereth the inwards, and the kidneys, and the caul above the liver:

Other Translations of Leviticus 9:19

New International Version

19 But the fat portions of the ox and the ram-the fat tail, the layer of fat, the kidneys and the long lobe of the liver-

English Standard Version

19 But the fat pieces of the ox and of the ram, the fat tail and that which covers the entrails and the kidneys and the long lobe of the liver--

The Message

19 The fat pieces from the bull and the ram - the fat tail and the fat that covers the kidney and the lobe of the liver -

New King James Version

19 and the fat from the bull and the ram--the fatty tail, what covers the entrails and the kidneys, and the fatty lobe attached to the liver;

New Living Translation

19 Then he took the fat of the bull and the ram-the fat of the broad tail and from around the internal organs-along with the kidneys and the long lobes of the livers.

Matthew Henry's Commentary on Leviticus 9:19

Commentary on Leviticus 9:1-21

(Read Leviticus 9:1-21)

These many sacrifices, which were all done away by the death of Christ, teach us that our best services need washing in his blood, and that the guilt of our best sacrifices needs to be done away by one more pure and more noble than they. Let us be thankful that we have such a High Priest. The priests had not a day's respite from service allowed. God's spiritual priests have constant work, which the duty of every day requires; they that would give up their account with joy, must redeem time. The glory of God appeared in the sight of the people, and owned what they had done. We are not now to expect such appearances, but God draws nigh to those who draw nigh to him, and the offerings of faith are acceptable to him; though the sacrifices being spiritual, the tokens of the acceptance are spiritual likewise. When Aaron had done all that was to be done about the sacrifices, he lifted up his hands towards the people, and blessed them. Aaron could but crave a blessing, God alone can command it.