King James Bible
with Catholic Commentary by George Leo Haydock

Leviticus 1

The offerings. (1,2) From the herds. (3-9) From the flocks, and of fowls. (10-17)

Leviticus 2

The meat-offering of flour. (1-11) The offering of first-fruits. (12-16)

Leviticus 3

The peace-offering of the herd. (1-5) The peace-offering of the flock. (6-17)

Leviticus 4

The sin-offering of ignorance for the priest. (1-12) For the whole congregation. (13-21) For a ruler. (22-26) For any of the people. (27-35)

Leviticus 5

Concerning various trespasses. (1-13) Concerning trespasses against the Lord. (14-19)

Leviticus 6

Concerning trespasses against our neighbour. (1-7) Concerning the burnt-offering. (8-13) Concerning the meat-offering. (14-23) Concerning the sin-offering. (24-30)

Leviticus 7

Concerning the trespass-offering. (1-10) Concerning the peace-offering. (11-27) The wave and heave offerings. (28-34) The conclusion of these institutions. (35-38)

Leviticus 8

The consecration of Aaron and his sons. (1-13) The offerings of consecration. (14-36)

Leviticus 9

The first offerings of Aaron for himself and the people. (1-21) Moses and Aaron bless the people, Fire cometh upon the altar from the Lord. (22-24)

Leviticus 10

The sin and death of Nadab and Abihu. (1,2) Aaron and his sons forbidden to mourn for Nadab and Abihu. (3-7) Wine forbidden to the priests when in the service of the tabernacle. (8-11) Of eating the holy things. (12-20)

Leviticus 11

What animals were clean and unclean.

Leviticus 12

Ceremonial purification.

Leviticus 13

Directions to the priest to judge concerning leprosy. (1-17) Further directions. (18-44) How the leper must be disposed of. (45,46) The leprosy in garments. (47-59)

Leviticus 14

Of declaring the leper to be clean. (1-9) The sacrifices to be offered by him. (10-32) The leprosy in a house. (33-53) Summary of the law concerning leprosy. (54-57)

Leviticus 15

Laws concerning ceremonial uncleanness.

Leviticus 16

The great day of atonement. (1-14) The sacrifices on it, The scape-goat. (15-34)

Leviticus 17

All sacrifices to be offered at the tabernacle. (1-9) Eating of blood, or of animals which died a natural death, forbidden. (10-16)

Leviticus 18

Unlawful marriages and fleshly lusts.

Leviticus 19

laws.

Leviticus 20

Law against sacrificing children to Moloch, Of children that curse their parents. (1-9) Laws repeated, Holiness enjoined. (10-27)

Leviticus 21

Laws concerning the priests.

Leviticus 22

Laws concerning the priests and sacrifices.

Leviticus 23

The feasts of the Lord, The Sabbath. (1-3) The Passover, The offering of first-fruits. (4-14) The feast of Pentecost. (15-22) The feast of Trumpets, The day of atonement. (23-32) The feast of Tabernacles. (33-44)

Leviticus 24

Oil for the lamps, The shew-bread. (1-9) The law of blasphemy, blasphemer is stoned. (10-23)

Leviticus 25

The sabbath of rest for the land in the seventh year. (1-7) The jubilee of the fiftieth year, Oppression forbidden. (8-22) Redemption of the land and houses. (23-34) Compassion towards the poor. (35-38) Laws respecting bondmen, Oppression forbidden. (39-55)

Leviticus 26

Promises upon keeping the precepts. (1-13) Threatenings against disobedience. (14-39) God promises to remember those that repent. (40-46)

Leviticus 27

The law concerning vows, Of persons and animals. (1-13) Vows concerning houses and land. (14-25) Devoted things not to be redeemed. (26-33) Conclusion. (34)