The Meal\Grain Offering
This sacrifice emphasizes the perfect person of Jesus Christ, a perfect personality (Just as Adam was created), who was conceived and born impeccably, and remained impeccable all the way through His life being indwelt, filled and empowered by the Holy Spirit, Demonstrated by the pouring, spreading and mixing of oil on various grain offerings.
God is completely satisfied with work of the sacrifice of the person of His only Son, Jesus Christ.
Read Leviticus 2 – The Meal\Grain Offering & Leviticus 6:14-23 The Law of the Grain Offering for extra rules related to this offering.
1. He never once operated independently of the Father’s will, even when He turned water into wine, calmed the ferocious storm, walked on water and raised the dead. He always was dependant on His father.
2. He did exactly as His Father required through the power of the Holy Spirit, never flinching for a moment from His task. He remained true to The Fathers purpose for Him, as the following passages indicate.
“My food is to do the will of Him who sent me, and to finish His work”
3. Jesus Christ remained perfect through His entire life, even though tempted with sin.
1 Peter 2:22-23 & 1:19
“He committed no sin, and no deceit was found in His mouth. When they hurled their insults at Him, He did not retaliate; when He suffered, He made no threats. Instead, He entrusted Himself to Him who judges justly.”
“A lamb without blemish or defect”
4. Frankincense indicated the sweet aroma of the sacrifice of the person of Christ being as He was completely acceptable to be an offering.
5. Salt was used for the meal offering. Salt acts both as a preserver and a food enhance.
6. God His Father preserved Jesus until the right time for His sacrifice.
7. After living thirty years and being tempted by Satan in the dessert, God The Father said of Jesus Christ at His baptism.
“This is my beloved Son, with Him I am well pleased.”
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