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    LEVITICUS 10

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      1  Nadab and Abihu, for offering strange fire, are burnt by
        fire.
     6  Aaron and his sons are forbidden to mourn for them.
     8  The priests are forbidden wine when they are to go into the
        tabernacle.
    12  The law of eating the holy things.
    16  Aaron's excuse for transgressing thereof.
    
    
    VERSE 1
    - Nadab.
       * Le 16:1; 22:9 Ex 6:23; 24:1,9; 28:1 Nu 3:3,4; 26:61
    - censer.
       * Le 16:12 Ex 27:3; 38:3 Nu 16:6,7,16,17,46 Heb 9:4
    - put incense.
       * Ex 30:1-9,34-36; 31:11; 37:29; 40:27 1Ki 13:1,2 2Ch 26:16-20
       * Ps 141:2 Jer 44:8,15,19-21 Lu 1:9-11 Re 8:3-5
    - strange.
       * Le 9:24; 16:12 Nu 16:18,46
    - which.
       * Ex 30:9 De 4:2; 12:32; 17:3 Jer 7:31; 19:5; 32:35
      Bp. Hall says, "It is a dangerous thing, in the service of
      God, to decline from his institutions; we have to do with a
      God, who is wise to prescribe his own worship--just to
      require what he has prescribed--and powerful to avenge what
      he has not prescribed."
    
    
    VERSE 2 
     - fire.
       * Le 9:24; 16:1 Nu 3:3,4; 16:35; 26:61 2Sa 6:7 2Ki 1:10,12 1Ch 24:2
    - they died.
       * Nu 3:3,4; 16:32,33,49; 26:61 1Sa 6:19 1Ch 13:10; 15:13 Ac 5:5,10
       * 1Co 10:11
      This fire, which destroyed the sacrificers, came from the
      same source with that which had consumed the sacrifices.
    
    - See ch.
       * Le 9:24
      Note. They died.--The wages of sin is death.--They died
      suddenly--they died before the Lord; that is, before the vail
      that covered the mercy-seat.--They died by fire, as by fire
      they sinned.  The fire did not burn them to ashes, as it had
      done the sacrifices, nor so much as singe their coats, (ver.
      5) but struck them dead in an instant.  By these different
      effects of the same fire, we learn that it was no common
      fire, but kindled by the breath of the Almighty.
    
       * Isa 30:33
    
    
    VERSE 3 
     - I will be.
       * Le 8:35; 21:6,8,15,17,21; 22:9 Ex 14:4; 19:22; 29:43,44 Nu 20:12
       * De 32:51 1Sa 6:20 1Ch 15:12,13 Ps 89:7; 119:120 Isa 52:11
       * Eze 20:41; 42:13 Heb 12:28,29
    - before.
       * 1Sa 2:30 Isa 49:3 Eze 28:22 Joh 12:28; 13:31,32; 14:13
       * Ac 5:11-13 2Th 1:10 1Pe 4:17
    - Aaron.
       * Ge 18:25 1Sa 3:18 Job 1:20,21; 2:10 Ps 39:9; 46:10 Isa 39:8
       * Mt 10:37
    
    
    VERSE 4 
     - Uzziel.
       * Ex 6:18,22 Nu 3:19,30 1Ch 6:2
    - carry.
       * Lu 7:12 Ac 5:6,9,10; 8:2
    
    VERSE 5
    
    
    VERSE 6 
     - Uncover.
       * Le 13:45; 21:1-15 Ex 33:5 Nu 5:18; 6:6,7; 14:6 De 33:9 Jer 7:29
       * Eze 24:16,17 Mic 1:16
    - lest wrath.
       * Nu 16:22,41-47 Jos 7:1,11; 22:18,20 2Sa 24:1,15-17
    
    
    VERSE 7 
     - ye shall.
       * Le 21:12 Mt 8:21,22 Lu 9:60
    - the anointing.
       * Le 8:12,30 Ex 28:41; 30:30; 40:13-15 Ac 10:38 2Co 1:21
    
    VERSE 8
    
    
    VERSE 9 
     - Do not.
       * Nu 6:3,20 Pr 31:4,5 Isa 28:7 Jer 35:5,6 Eze 44:21 Lu 1:15
       * Eph 5:18 1Ti 3:3,8; 5:23 Tit 1:7
    - strong drink.
      The Hebrew {shecher,} Arabic {sakar,} or {sukr,} Greek [   ,]
      from {shachar,} to inebriate, signifies any kind of fermented
      and inebriating liquor beside wine.  So St. Jerome informs
      us, that {sicera} in Hebrew denotes any inebriating liquor,
      whether made of corn, the juice of apples, honey, dates, or
      any other fruit.  These different kinds of liquors are
      described by Pliny, who calls then {vina factitia}.  One of
      the four prohibited drinks among the Mohammedans in India is
      called {sakar,} which denotes inebriating liquor in general,
      but especially date wine.
    
    - it shall be.  See on ch.
       * Le 3:17
    
    VERSE 10
        * Le 11:47; 20:25,26 Jer 15:19 Eze 22:26; 44:23 Tit 1:15 1Pe 1:14-16
    
    VERSE 11
        * De 24:8; 33:10 2Ch 17:9; 30:22 Ne 8:2,8; 9:13,14 Jer 2:8; 18:18
       * Mal 2:7 Mt 28:20 Ac 20:27 1Th 4:2
    
    
    VERSE 12 
     - Take.
       * Le 2:1-16; 6:15-18; 7:9; 21:22 Ex 29:2 Nu 18:9,10 Eze 44:29
    - for it is most.
       * Le 21:22
    
    
    VERSE 13 
     - ye shall.
       * Nu 18:10
    - for so I.
       * Le 2:3; 6:16
    
    VERSE 14
        * Le 7:29-34; 9:21 Ex 29:24-28 Nu 18:11 Joh 4:34
    
    
    VERSE 15 
     - heave shoulder.
       * Le 7:29,30,34
    - for ever.
       * Le 7:34 Ge 13:15; 17:8,13,17 1Co 9:13,14
    
    
    VERSE 16 
     - the goat.
       * Le 6:26,30; 9:3,15
    - angry.
       * Ex 32:19-22 Nu 12:3 Mt 5:22 Mr 3:5; 10:14 Eph 4:26
    
    
    VERSE 17 
     - Wherefore.
       * Le 6:26,29; 7:6,7
    - to bear.
       * Le 16:22; 22:16 Ex 28:38,43 Nu 18:1 Isa 53:6-11 Eze 4:4-6
       * Eze 18:19,20 Joh 1:29 2Co 5:21 Heb 9:28 1Pe 2:24
    
    
    VERSE 18 
     - the blood.
       * Le 6:30
    - as I commanded.
       * Le 6:26,30
    
    
    VERSE 19 
     - this day.
       * Le 9:8,12 Heb 7:27; 9:8
    - should.
       * De 12:7; 26:14 1Sa 1:7,8 Isa 1:11,15 Jer 6:20; 14:12 Ho 9:4
       * Mal 1:10,13; 2:13 Php 4:4
    
    
    VERSE 20 
     - he was content.
       * 2Ch 30:18-20 Zec 7:8,9 Mt 12:3-7,20
    
    
    
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