Leviticus

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Leviticus
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Information & facts concerning one of the most important days in the worship of Jehovah, the One True God!
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  1. What does the statement "the Day of Atonement" mean? On what day was it held? Where does the month land on our calendar?
    • (1) It means "day of the coverings"
    • (2) it was held on the tenth day, in seventh month, that is, Tishri 10¬†
    • (3) between September & October {IT- vol#1 pg. 213 pp. para. 1 UNDER Atonement Day}
  2. Whose sins were covered on the Day of Atonement?
    • (1) the High Priest
    • (2) the Levites
    • (3) the people or non-priestly tribes {IT- vol#1 pg. 213 para. 1 UNDER Atonement Day
  3. What 4 things did "the Day of Atonement" consist of?
    • (1) a holy convention
    • (2) a day of fasting; as indicated by the statement "afflict their souls" This was the only fast enjoined under the Mosaic Law.
    • (3) It was also a Sabbath Day
    • (4) a time for cleansing the tabernacle or later the temple from sin (Leviticus 16:29- 31; 23:26- 32; Numbers 29:7; Acts 27:9) {IT- vol#1 pg. 213 para. 1 & 2 UNDER Atonement Day}
  4. What was the only day, the High Priest was permitted could enter the Most Holy compartment of the tabernacle or the temple?
    the Day of Atonement {IT- vol#1 pg. 213 para. 3 UNDER Atonement Day}
  5. Can you name three things the Atonement Day help the Israelites appreciate?
    • (1) they had greater consciousness of their sinfulness
    • (2) their need for redemption from sin
    • (3) as well as to a fuller appreciation of Jehovah's abundant mercy in making this arrangement to cover their sins of the past year {IT- vol#1 pg. 213 para. 4 UNDER Atonement Day}
  6. What did the High Priest wear on the Atonement Day?
    holy linen garments, not his regular priestly garments (Leviticus 16:4) {IT- vol#1 pg. 213 para. 1 UNDER Features of the Atonement Day}
  7. Two goats (male kids) were brought to the High Priest. How did the High Priest determine which one would be sacrificed to Jehovah?
    the High Priest would cast Lots to determine which one is for Jehovah & which one was for A.za'zel (Leviticus 16:7- 9) {IT- vol#1 pg. 213 para. 1 UNDER Features of the Atonement Day}
  8. What does "A.za'zel" mean?
    it means "Goat that Disappears" or Scapegoat {IT- vol#1 pg. 225 UNDER Azazel}
  9. What did the "Goat for A.za'zel" foreshadow?
    • Jesus Christ ransom sacrifice;
    • thus he served as the "scapegoat," being the 'carrier of our sickness,' the one 'pierced for our transgression" (Isaiah 53:4, 5: Matthew 8:17; 1Peter 2:24) {IT- vol#1 pg. 226 para. 3 UNDER AZAZEL}
  10. The first sacrifice during the Atonement Day was a sin offering. Whose sins did it atone for? What animal was sacrificed?
    it atoned for the High Priest, his household & the entire tribe of Levi; a bull (Leviticus 16:6, 11)
  11. After the bull was sacrificed as a sin offering for the High Priest and his household. What did the High Priest do next?
    He took the prefumed incense & the fire holders full of burning coal off the altar & went inside the curtain, entering the Most Holy (Leviticus 16:11- 13; Ex. 25:17- 22) {IT- vol#1 pg. 213 para. 1 UNDER Features of the Atonement Day}
  12. On the Day of Atonement, what was the purpose of burning the prefumed incense in the Most Holy?
    This act paved the way for Aaron afterward to reenter the Most Holy safely {IT- vol#1 pg. 213 para. 1 UNDER Features of the Atonement Day; last sentence}
  13. After the High Priest burned the incense & reentered the Most Holy, what did he bring with him through the curtain?
    the bull's blood {IT- vol#1 pg. 213 para. 2 UNDER Features of the Atonement Day}
  14. To complete the sacrifice of the sin offering for himself, his household, & the Levites what three things must Aaron do with the bull's blood?
    • (1) reenter the Most Holy
    • (2) w/ his finger spatter the blood seven times
    • (3) in front of the Ark cover, on the east side (Leviticus 16:14) {IT- vol#1 pg. 213 para. 2 UNDER Features of the Atonement Day}
  15. What was done with the goat on which the lot fell "for Jehovah?"
    it was sacrificed (Leviticus 16:8- 10) {IT- vol#1 pg. 213 para. 3 UNDER Features of the Atonement Day}
  16. What was used for the High Priest to make atonement for the altar & the tent of meeting? How was it used?
    he used the bull's blood & as well as the blood from the "goat of Jehovah"; blood was put on the horns of the altar. He also spatter blood upon it w/ his finger seven times (Leviticus 16:16- 20) {IT- vol#1 pg. 213 para. 4 UNDER Features of the Atonement Day}
  17. What three things were the High Priest to do to with the "goat of A.za'zel" to remove the sins of the nation?
    • (1) lay his hands on the goats head
    • (2) confess over it "all the errors of the sons of Israel & all their revolts in all their sins"
    • (3) then send the goat off into the wilderness (Leviticus 16:26) {IT- vol#1 pg. 213 para. 5 UNDER Features of the Atonement Day}
  18. How did the "goat of A.za'zel" make it from the tent of meeting to the wilderness?
    a ready man guided it (Leviticus 16:20- 22) {IT- vol#1 pg. 213 para. 5 UNDER Features of the Atonement Day}
  19. What happened after the "goat of A.za'rel" was sent away?
    • (1) Aaron bathed & changed into his usual attire
    • (2) then made the fat of the burnt offerings smoke upon the altar (using the rams mentioned before; Lev. 16:3, 5) {IT- vol#1 pg. 213 para. 6 UNDER Features of the Atonement Day}
  20. On the Day of Atonement, the bull's blood covered the sins of the High Priest, his household, & the tribe of Levi. Jesus was sinless so, how did Jesus' blood correspond to the bull's blood?
    it foreshadowed his human blood being brought to heaven in behalf of those who would rule as Kings & Priests. (Revelation 14:1- 4; 20:6)
  21. How does Jesus Christ sacrifice correspond to the two goats that were used on the Day of Atonement?
    • (1) the two goats were referred to as one sacrifice. So, together they formed one symbol (Lev. 16:5)
    • (2) Jesus acted as such as not only was he sacrificed but, also carries away the sins of those for whom he died sacrificially
    • {IT- vol#1 pg. 214 para. 2 UNDER Antitypical Fulfillment}

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