Ọrẹ ẹbọ sísun
1Olúwa sì pe Mose, ó sì bá a sọ̀rọ̀ láti inú àgọ́ àjọ. Ó wí pé; 2 “Bá àwọn ọmọ Israẹli sọ̀rọ̀ kí o sì wí fún wọn pé: ‘Bí ẹnikẹ́ni nínú yín bá mú ọrẹ ẹbọ wá fún Olúwa, kí ọrẹ ẹbọ yín jẹ́ ẹran ọ̀sìn láti inú agbo ẹran tàbí láti inú ọ̀wọ́ ẹran.
3 “ ‘Bí ọrẹ ẹbọ náà bá jẹ́ ẹbọ sísun láti inú agbo ẹran kí òun kí ó mú akọ màlúù tí kò lábùkù. Ó sì gbọdọ̀ mú un wá sí ẹnu-ọ̀nà àgọ́ àjọ kí ó ba à lè jẹ́ ìtẹ́wọ́gbà níwájú Olúwa 4 kí ó gbé ọwọ́ rẹ̀ lé orí ẹbọ sísun náà yóò sì jẹ́ ìtẹ́wọ́gbà dípò o rẹ̀, yóò sì jẹ́ ètùtù fún un. 5 Kí ó pa ọ̀dọ́ akọ màlúù náà níwájú Olúwa, lẹ́yìn náà ni àwọn àlùfáà tí í ṣe ọmọ Aaroni yóò gbé ẹ̀jẹ̀ ẹran náà, wọn yóò sì wọ́n ẹ̀jẹ̀ náà yí pẹpẹ tí ó wà ní ẹnu-ọ̀nà àgọ́ àjọ ká. 6 Òun yóò bó awọ ara ẹbọ sísun náà, òun yóò sì gé e sí wẹ́wẹ́. 7 Àwọn ọmọ Aaroni tí í ṣe àlùfáà yóò fi iná sí orí pẹpẹ, wọn yóò sì to igi sórí pẹpẹ náà. 8 Lẹ́yìn náà ni àwọn ọmọ Aaroni tí í ṣe àlùfáà yóò tó ègé ẹran náà, pẹ̀lú orí àti ọ̀rá rẹ̀ sí orí igi tó ń jó lórí pẹpẹ. 9 Kí ó fi omi sàn nǹkan inú àti àwọn ẹsẹ̀ rẹ̀, kí àlùfáà sì sun gbogbo rẹ̀ lórí pẹpẹ, ó jẹ́ ọrẹ ẹbọ sísun, ọrẹ ẹbọ tí a fi iná ṣe, àní òórùn dídùn sí Olúwa.
10 “ ‘Bí ọrẹ ẹbọ náà bá jẹ́ ẹbọ sísun láti inú ọ̀wọ́ ẹran, láti ara àwọn àgùntàn tàbí ewúrẹ́ tàbí àgùntàn, kí ó mú akọ tí kò lábùkù, 11 kí ó pa á ní apá àríwá pẹpẹ níwájú Olúwa, kí àwọn ọmọ Aaroni tí í ṣe àlùfáà sì wọ́n ẹ̀jẹ̀ rẹ̀ yí gbogbo ẹ̀gbẹ́ pẹpẹ náà ká 12 Kí ó gé e sí wẹ́wẹ́, kí àlùfáà sì to ègé ẹran náà; orí àti ọ̀rá rẹ̀ sí orí igi tó ń jó lórí pẹpẹ. 13 Kí ó fi omi ṣan nǹkan inú àti àwọn ẹsẹ̀ rẹ̀, kí àlùfáà sì gbé gbogbo rẹ̀ wá láti sun lórí pẹpẹ. Ó jẹ́ ẹbọ sísun tí a fi iná ṣe, àní òórùn dídùn sí Olúwa.
14 “ ‘Bí ó bá sì ṣe pé ti ẹyẹ ni ẹbọ sísun ọrẹ ẹbọ rẹ̀ sí Olúwa, ǹjẹ́ kí ó mú ọrẹ ẹbọ rẹ̀ wá nínú àdàbà tàbí ọmọ ẹyẹlé 15 Kí àlùfáà mu wá sí ibi pẹpẹ, kí ó yín in lọ́rùn, kí ó sì sun ún lórí pẹpẹ, kí ó sì ro ẹ̀jẹ̀ rẹ̀ ní ẹ̀gbẹ́ pẹpẹ. 16 Kí ó yọ àjẹsí (àpò oúnjẹ) ẹyẹ náà pẹ̀lú gbogbo ohun tí ó wà nínú rẹ̀, kí ó gbe lọ ṣí apá ìlà-oòrùn pẹpẹ níbi tí eérú wà 17 Kí ó gbá apá rẹ̀ méjèèjì mú, kí ó fà á ya, ṣùgbọ́n kí ó má ya á tan pátápátá. Lẹ́yìn náà ni àlùfáà yóò sun ún lórí igi tí ó ń jó lórí pẹpẹ, ẹbọ sísun ni ọrẹ tí a fi iná ṣe, àní òórùn dídùn sí Olúwa.
The Law of Burnt Offerings
1The Lord [a]called to Moses and spoke to him from the Tent of Meeting, saying, 2 “Speak to the [b]children of Israel and say to them, ‘When any one of you brings an offering to the Lord, you shall bring your offering of [domestic] animals from the herd (cattle, oxen) or from the flock (sheep, goats). 3 If his offering is a burnt offering from the herd, he shall offer a male without blemish; he shall offer it at the doorway of the Tent of Meeting so that he may be accepted before the Lord. 4 He shall lay his hand on the head of the burnt offering [transferring symbolically his guilt to the sacrifice], that it may be [c]accepted for him to make atonement on his behalf. 5 He shall kill the young bull before the Lord; and Aaron’s sons the priests shall present the blood and sprinkle the blood around on the altar that is at the doorway of the Tent of Meeting. 6 Then he shall skin the burnt offering and cut it into pieces. 7 The sons of Aaron the [high] priest shall put fire on the altar [of burnt offering] and arrange wood on the fire. 8 Then Aaron’s sons the priests shall arrange the pieces, the head and the fat, on the wood which is on the fire that is on the altar. 9 But he shall wash its entrails and its legs with water. The priest shall offer all of it up in smoke on the altar as a burnt offering. It is an offering by fire, a sweet and soothing aroma to the Lord.
10 ‘But if his offering is from the flock, of the sheep or of the goats, as a burnt offering, he shall offer a male without blemish. 11 He shall kill it on the north side of the altar before the Lord, and Aaron’s sons the priests shall sprinkle its blood around on the altar. 12 He shall cut it into pieces, with its head and its fat, and the priest shall arrange them on the wood which is on the fire that is on the altar. 13 But he shall wash the entrails and legs with water. The priest shall offer all of it, and offer it up in smoke on the altar. It is a burnt offering, an offering by fire, a sweet and soothing aroma to the Lord.
14 ‘But if his offering to the Lord is a burnt offering of birds, then he shall bring turtledoves or young pigeons as his offering. 15 The priest shall bring it to the altar, and wring off its head, and offer it up in smoke on the altar; and its blood is to be drained out on the side of the altar. 16 He shall remove its [d]crop with its feathers and throw it next to the east side of the altar, in the place for ashes. 17 Then he shall tear it open by its wings, but shall not sever it. And the priest shall offer it up in smoke on the altar, on the wood that is on the fire. It is a burnt offering, an offering by fire, a sweet and soothing aroma to the Lord.
Notas al pie
- Leviticus 1:1 Before this God had spoken to Moses from the mountain, but now God dwelt among His people in fellowship with them and talked with His servant Moses “from the Tent of Meeting.” The people were entering into a new relationship with God.
- Leviticus 1:2 In general, sons (children) of Israel or Israel or Israelites refers to all the people (males and females) of the various tribes descended from the twelve sons (Gen 35:23-26) of Jacob (later renamed Israel by God). In verses concerning things such as warfare or circumcision sons of Israel or Israel or Israelites usually refers only to the males. Tribes of ancient people were identified by the name of their founding ancestor. Therefore, this same general rule applies when referring to individual tribal groups, e.g. sons of Reuben, Reuben, Reubenites and so throughout.
- Leviticus 1:4 By laying his hands on the head of the sacrifice the offerer identified himself with it and through its death it became an atonement or covering for his sin. Because the unblemished sacrifice “covered” his sin it placed the offerer in a right relationship with God, just as later under the new covenant the perfection and sacrifice of the Christ would cover the imperfection and sin of those who identified with Him and accepted Him as Savior.
- Leviticus 1:16 An enlargement of the gullet that serves as a receptacle for food.