4 The one lamb shalt thou offer in the morning, and the other lamb shalt thou offer at even; 
4 Offer one lamb in the morning and the other at twilight,
4 The one lamb you shall offer in the morning, and the other lamb you shall offer at twilight;
4 Sacrifice one lamb in the morning, the other in the evening,
4 The one lamb you shall offer in the morning, the other lamb you shall offer in the evening,
4 Sacrifice one lamb in the morning and the other in the evening.
Matthew Henry's Commentary on Numbers 28:4
Commentary on Numbers 28:1-8
(Read Numbers 28:1-8)
God saw fit now to repeat the law of sacrifices. This was a new generation of men; and they were concerned to keep their peace with God when at war with their enemies. The daily sacrifice is called a continual burnt-offering; when we are bid to pray always, at least every morning and evening we should offer up solemn prayers and praises to God. Nothing is added here but that the wine poured out in the drink-offering is to be strong wine, to teach us to serve God with the best we have. It was a figure of the blood of Christ, the memorial of which is still left to the church in wine; and of the blood of the martyrs, which was poured out as a drink-offering on the sacrifice and service of our faith, Philippians 2:17.