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    LEVITICUS 19

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      1  A repetition of sundry laws.
    
    
    VERSE 1
       * :1
    
    
    VERSE 2 
     - Ye shall.
       * Le 11:44,45; 20:7,26; 21:8 Ex 19:6 Isa 6:3,4 Am 3:3 Mt 5:48
       * 2Co 6:14-16; 7:1 1Pe 1:15,16
    
    
    VERSE 3 
     - fear.
       * Ex 20:12; 21:15,17 De 21:18-21; 27:16 Pr 1:8; 6:20,21; 23:22
       * Pr 30:11,17 Eze 22:7 Mal 1:6 Mt 15:4-6 Eph 6:1-3 Heb 12:9
    - keep.
       * Le 26:2 Ex 16:29; 20:8; 31:13-17 Isa 56:4-6; 58:13 Eze 20:12; 22:8
    
    
    VERSE 4 
     - not unto.
       * Le 26:1
    - See on
       * Ex 20:3-5 1Co 10:14 1Jo 5:21
    - molten gods.
       * Ex 20:23; 32:4; 34:17 De 27:15 Hag 2:18
    
    
    VERSE 5 
     - a sacrifice.
       * Le 3:1-17; 7:16; 22:21 Ex 24:5 2Ch 31:2 Eze 45:15-17; 46:2,12
       * Eph 2:13,14
    - ye shall.
       * Le 1:3; 22:19,23,29
    - your own will.
      The Hebrews had several kinds of offerings, which they called
      {corban}.  Some were free-will offerings, and others were of
      obligation.  The first fruits, the tenths, the sin-offerings,
      were of obligation; the peace-offerings, vows, offerings of
      oil, wine, bread, and other things which were made to the
      temple, or to the ministers of the Lord, were offerings of
      devotion; these constituted the greater part.  They indeed
      were a shadow of good things to come, which we enjoy in full
      fruition through THE ONE great SACRIFICE, even Jesus Christ.
    
                    "Aaron must lay his robes away,
                        His mitre and his vest,
                    When God himself comes down to be
                        The offering and the priest."
    
    VERSE 6
        * Le 7:11-17
    
    
    VERSE 7 
     - abominable.
       * Isa 1:13; 65:4; 66:3 Jer 16:18
    - it shall.  See on ch.
       * Le 7:18-21; 22:23,25
    
    
    VERSE 8 
     - shall bear.
       * Le 5:1
    - profaned.
       * Le 22:2,32 Ex 20:7 Nu 30:2 *marg:
       * Ne 13:17 Ps 55:20 *marg:
       * Jer 23:11 Eze 22:8,26; 23:38 Am 2:7 Mt 12:5 1Ti 1:9; 4:7; 6:20
       * 2Ti 2:16 Heb 12:16
    - soul.  Heb. nephesh.
       * Ge 17:14
    - cut off.
       * Ex 30:33
    
    
    VERSE 9 
     - ye reap the harvest.
      In what code of laws merely human, is a requisition to be
      found so counteracting to selfishness, so encouraging to
      liberality, and so beneficently considering to the poor and
      needy?  But the Mosaic dispensation, like the Christian,
      breathed with love to God, and benevolence to man.  To the
      honor of the public and charitable spirit of the English,
      this merciful law is, in general, as much attended to as if
      it had been incorporated with the gospel.
    
       * Le 23:29 De 24:19-21 Ru 2:2,15
    
    
    VERSE 10 
     - glean.
       * Jud 8:2 Isa 17:6; 24:13 Jer 49:9 Ob 1:5 Mic 7:1
    - thou shalt.
       * Le 25:6
    
    
    VERSE 11 
     - shalt not.
       * Le 6:2 Ex 20:15,17; 22:1,7,10-12 De 5:19 Jer 6:13; 7:9-11
       * Zec 5:3,4; 8:16,17 1Co 6:8-10 Eph 4:28
    - lie one.
       * 1Ki 13:18 Ps 101:7; 116:11 Jer 9:3-5 Ac 5:3,4 Ro 3:4 Eph 4:25
       * Col 3:9 1Ti 1:10 Re 21:8
    
    
    VERSE 12 
     - ye shall.
       * Le 6:3 Ex 20:7 De 5:11 Ps 15:4 Jer 4:2; 7:9 Zec 5:4 Mal 3:5
       * Mt 5:33,34 Jas 12 5:12
    - profane.
       * Le 18:21; 24:11,15,16 Eze 36:20-23
    
    
    VERSE 13 
     - shalt not.
       * Pr 20:10; 22:22 Jer 22:3 Eze 22:29 Mr 10:19 Lu 3:13 1Th 4:6
    - the wages.
       * De 24:14,15 Job 31:39 Jer 22:13 Mal 3:5 Jas 4 5:4
    
    
    VERSE 14 
     - not curse.
       * De 27:18 Ro 12:14; 14:13 1Co 8:8-13; 10:32 Re 2:14
    - fear.
       * :32; 25:17 Ge 42:18 Ne 5:15 1Pe 1:17; 2:17
    
    VERSE 15
        * :35 Ex 18:21; 23:2; 23:2,3,7,8 De 1:17; 16:19; 25:13-16; 27:19
       * 2Ch 19:6,7 Ps 82:2 Pr 18:5; 24:23 Jas 2:6-9
    
    
    VERSE 16 
     - tale-bearer.
       * Ex 23:1 Ps 15:3 Pr 11:13; 20:19 Jer 6:28; 9:4 Eze 22:9 1Ti 3:11
       * 2Ti 3:3 Tit 2:3 1Pe 2:1
    - stand.
       * Ex 20:16; 23:1,7 1Ki 21:10-13 Mt 26:60,61; 27:4 Ac 6:11-13
       * Ac 24:4-9
    
    
    VERSE 17 
     - hate.
       * Ge 27:41 Pr 26:24-26 1Jo 2:9,11; 3:12-15
    - rebuke.
       * Ps 141:5 Pr 9:8; 27:5,6 Mt 18:15-17 Lu 17:3 Ga 2:11-14; 6:1
       * Eph 5:11 1Ti 5:20 2Ti 4:2 Tit 1:13; 2:15
    - and not suffer sin upon him.  or, that thou bear not sin for
      him.
       * Ro 1:32 1Co 5:2 1Ti 5:22 2Jo 1:10,11
    
    
    VERSE 18 
     - not avenge.
       * Ex 23:4,5 De 32:25 2Sa 13:22,28 Pr 20:22 Mt 5:43,44
       * Ro 12:17,19; 13:4 Ga 5:20 Eph 4:31 Col 3:8 1Pe 2:1
    - thou shalt.
       * Mt 5:43; 19:19; 22:39,40 Mr 12:31-34 Lu 10:27-37 Ro 13:9
       * Ga 5:14 Jas 8 2:8
    
    
    VERSE 19 
     - thy cattle gender.
      These practices might have been considered as altering the
      original constitution of God in creation; and this is the
      view which the Jews, and also Josephus and Philo, take of the
      subject.  There were, probably, also both moral and political
      reasons for these prohibitions.  With respect to heterogenous
      mixtures among cattle, it was probably forbidden, to prevent
      excitements to the abominations condemned in the preceding
      chapter.  As to seeds, in many cases, it would be highly
      improper to sow different kinds in the same plot of ground.
      If oats and wheat, for instance, were sown together, the
      latter would be injured, and the former ruined.  This
      prohibition may therefore be regarded as a prudential
      agricultural maxim.  As to different kinds of garments, the
      prohibition might be intended against pride and vanity in
      clothing.
    
       * Ge 36:24 2Sa 13:29; 18:9 1Ki 1:33 Ezr 2:66
    - mingled.
       * De 22:9-11 Mt 9:16,17 Ro 11:6 2Co 6:14-17 Ga 3:9-11
    
    
    VERSE 20 
     - betrothed to an husband.  or, abused by any.  Heb. reproached
      by, or, for man.  she shall be scourged.  or, they.  Heb.
      there shall be a scourging.  they shall.
       * Ex 21:20,21 De 22:23,24
    
    VERSE 21
        * Le 5:1-7 6:7
    
    
    VERSE 22 
     - and the sin.  See on ch.
       * Le 4:20,26
    
    
    VERSE 23 
     - And when.  See on ch.
       * Le 14:34
    - uncircumcised.
       * Le 12:3; 22:27 Ex 6:12,30; 22:29,30 Jer 6:10; 9:25,26 Ac 7:51
    
    
    VERSE 24 
     - all the.
       * Nu 18:12,13 De 12:17,18; 14:28,29; 18:4 Pr 3:9
    - holy to praise the Lord with.  Heb. holiness of praises to
      the Lord.
    
    VERSE 25
        * Le 26:3,4 Pr 3:9,10 Ec 11:1,2 Hag 1:4-6,9-11; 2:18,19 Mal 3:8-10
    
    
    VERSE 26 
     - with the blood.  See on ch.
       * Le 3:17; 7:26; 17:10-14 De 12:23
    - use.
       * Ex 7:11; 8:7 1Sa 15:23 Jer 10:2 Da 2:10 Mal 3:5
    - nor.
       * De 18:10-14 2Ki 17:17; 21:6 2Ch 33:6
    
    VERSE 27
        * Le 21:5 Isa 15:2 Jer 16:6; 48:37 Eze 7:18; 44:20
    
    
    VERSE 28 
     - cuttings.
       * Le 21:5 De 14:1 1Ki 18:28 Jer 16:6; 48:37 Mr 5:5
    - print.
       * Re 13:16,17; 14:9,11; 15:2; 16:2; 19:20; 20:4
    
    
    VERSE 29 
     - prostitute.  Heb. profane.  to cause.
       * Le 21:7 De 23:17 Ho 4:12-14 1Co 6:15
    
    
    VERSE 30 
     - keep.  See on ver.
       * :3; 26:2
    - reverence.
       * Le 10:3; 15:31; 16:2 Ge 28:16,17 2Ch 33:7; 36:14 Ps 89:7 Ec 5:1
       * Eze 9:6 Mt 21:13 Joh 2:15,16 2Co 6:16 1Pe 4:17
    
    VERSE 31
        * :26; 20:6,7,27 Ex 22:18 De 18:10-14 1Sa 28:3,7-9 2Ki 17:17
       * 2Ki 21:6 1Ch 10:13 2Ch 33:6 Isa 8:19; 29:4; 47:13 Ac 8:11
       * Ac 13:6-8; 16:16-18; 19:19,20 Ga 5:20 Re 21:8
    
    VERSE 32
        * :14 1Ki 2:19 Job 32:4,6 Pr 16:31; 20:29 Isa 3:5 La 5:12 Ro 13:7
       * 1Ti 5:1 1Pe 2:17
    
    
    VERSE 33 
     - And if.
       * Ex 22:21; 23:9 De 10:18,19; 24:14 Mal 3:5
    - vex him.  or, oppress him.
       * Jer 7:6 Eze 22:7,29
    
    
    VERSE 34 
     - See on ver.
       * :18 Ex 12:48,49 De 10:19 Mt 5:43
    
    
    VERSE 35 
     - no unrighteousness.  See on ver.
       * :15
    - in meteyard.
       * De 25:13,15 Pr 11:1; 16:11; 20:10 Eze 22:12,13 Am 8:5,6 Mic 6:1
       * Mt 7:2
    
    
    VERSE 36 
     - Just balances.
       * Pr 11:1
    - weights.  Heb. stones.  I am.  See on
       * Ex 20:2
    
    
    VERSE 37 
     - See on ch.
       * Le 18:4,5 De 4:1,2,5,6; 5:1; 6:1,2; 8:1 Ps 119:4,34 1Jo 3:22,23
    
    
    
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