Offering Animals Used Portion Burnt Other Poortion Reasons for the Offering Peersonal/Important Symbolism New Testament Picture of Jesus
Burnt Offering
Lev. 1, 6L1-13

Sweet Savor
The highest expression of Christ's work on the cross.  It is what Jesus does to vindicate God's righteousness against sin.  To say that God is not responsible for sin
Male bullock, sheep/goat, or Pigeon/ Turtledove, based on ability and devotion.  Without blemish Numbers 15:1-11 All.  The carcass is divided into portions then offered upon the brazen altar.  Ash removed to the sight of the sin offering.  Always included a drink offering and a meal offering..
Skin given to the Priest as his payment for service before the LORD and for the individual. Childbirth, healing, or uncleanness Lev. 12:6, 14:19, 15:30.Consecration Lev. 8:18
Ransom, express faith, fulfill a vow Ps. 51:16-17  Nazirite vow Numbers 6:14-15 Day of Atonement Lev. 16:5, 24. 
New Moon, each day in Passover and Feast of weeks Nuumbers 28.  Trumpets Numbers 29:2 Tabernacles Num. 29:13 Altar consecration Gen. 8:20, Judg..6:26, 2 Sam 24:25
Worship in its highest devotion. Gen. 22:8
The offer lays hands on the animal's head, showing that the animal represents his inability to be a burnt offering himself. An offering vindicating God's righteousness regarding sin.    
Lev.2, 6:14-18

Sweet Savor

Most Holy
Lev. 6:14

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Finely ground flour. Baked or fried. Not a blood offering. Frankincense included. No leaven or honey, but salted, mixed with oil. A "Memorial" Portion or, handful offered.  All frankincense burned on the brazen altar.
Offeered with a burnt offering. Numbers 15:1-11