This website, like many, uses web analytics cookies to collect non-identifiable visitor information for general statistical purposes only.
Find a story right now
Book
Character
Theme
Contributor

The burnt offering

The instructions for making a burnt offering.
Leviticus 1

Click icon to download:

PowerPoint
The instructions for making a burnt offering. (Leviticus 1) in PowerPoint 4:3 standard ratio4:3 ratio
The instructions for making a burnt offering. (Leviticus 1) in PowerPoint 16:9 widescreen ratio16:9 widescreen
Adobe PDF
The instructions for making a burnt offering. (Leviticus 1) in PDF 4:3 standard ratio4:3 ratio
The instructions for making a burnt offering. (Leviticus 1) in PDF 16:9 widescreen ratio16:9 widescreen
Apple Keynote
The instructions for making a burnt offering. (Leviticus 1) in Keynote 4:3 standard ratio4:3 ratio
The instructions for making a burnt offering. (Leviticus 1) in Keynote 16:9 widescreen ratio16:9 widescreen
JPEGs
The instructions for making a burnt offering. (Leviticus 1) in JPEG 4:3 standard ratio4:3 ratio
The instructions for making a burnt offering. (Leviticus 1) in JPEG 16:9 widescreen ratio16:9 widescreen
Story planner
English

Slide 1

The burnt offering was a daily offering. The offering animal could be an ox, lamb, goat or a pigeon. The offering was brought as a gift for God and was burned completely. – Slide 1

Slide 2

The offering had to be male and without blemish. – Slide 2

Slide 3

The person making the offering had to put his hand on the animal’s head. It was a symbol of putting that person’s sin on to the animal to be sacrificed. – Slide 3

Slide 4

The person then killed the animal and the priests brought its blood to the altar. They had to sprinkle the blood on all sides of the altar. – Slide 4

Slide 5

The person then cut the skin from the animal. – Slide 5

Slide 6

The animal was then cut into pieces. – Slide 6

Slide 7

The priests put wood and fire on the altar. – Slide 7

Slide 8

They put the head, the fat and other pieces of the animal on the wood. – Slide 8

Slide 9

The priest washed the inner organs and legs in water. – Slide 9

Slide 10

They were then placed on the wood of the altar with all the other animals’ parts. – Slide 10

Slide 11

The priest had to burn all the offering on the altar. It was a whole burnt offering made by fire. Its smell was pleasing to the Lord. – Slide 11

Slide 12

If the offering was a dove or young pigeon, the priest had to wring off its head and burn it on the altar. – Slide 12

Slide 13

The blood was wrung out on the side of the altar. – Slide 13

Slide 14

The crop (a small bag inside the bird’s throat where food is made soft before going into the stomach) and the feathers were thrown on the east side of the altar by the ashes. – Slide 14

Slide 15

The bird was torn open by its wings but not divided into two parts. – Slide 15

Slide 16

The offering was then placed on the wood on the fire of the altar and burnt completely. – Slide 16

Slide 17

A summary graphic of the burnt offering. – Slide 17

Slide 18

Slide 18
PowerPoint
The instructions for making a burnt offering. (Leviticus 1) in PowerPoint 4:3 standard ratio4:3 ratio
The instructions for making a burnt offering. (Leviticus 1) in PowerPoint 16:9 widescreen ratio16:9 widescreen
Adobe PDF
The instructions for making a burnt offering. (Leviticus 1) in PDF 4:3 standard ratio4:3 ratio
The instructions for making a burnt offering. (Leviticus 1) in PDF 16:9 widescreen ratio16:9 widescreen
Apple Keynote
The instructions for making a burnt offering. (Leviticus 1) in Keynote 4:3 standard ratio4:3 ratio
The instructions for making a burnt offering. (Leviticus 1) in Keynote 16:9 widescreen ratio16:9 widescreen
JPEGs
The instructions for making a burnt offering. (Leviticus 1) in JPEG 4:3 standard ratio4:3 ratio
The instructions for making a burnt offering. (Leviticus 1) in JPEG 16:9 widescreen ratio16:9 widescreen
Story planner
English
Be the first to know about new stories 
Get involved • Contribute: Artists and illustrators | Publishers | Film and animationSubmit your story or commentDonateContact us