Sacrifices—found 339 times in 312 verses
Variations: sacrifice, sacrificed, sacrificedst, sacrifices, sacrificeth, sacrificing
First usage: Genesis 31:54 (sacrifice)
Last usage: Revelation 2:20 (sacrificed)
Defined: to surrender something, give it up, or suffer it to be lost
Interesting fact: Many Bible students have noted a close association between the New Testament book of Hebrews and the Old Testament book of Leviticus. This association is heightened when considering the present subject of sacrifice. Each of these books, Hebrews in the New Testament and Leviticus in the Old Testament, references the word sacrifice and its variations more than any of their counterparts within their particular testaments.
Bible study tip: When studying the Old Testament sacrifices, be sure not to neglect the literal interpretation of scripture. While there is no doubt many, if not all, of the sacrifices which foreshadowed Christ, the study should first give consideration to the actual and literal details of each sacrifice. Once these truths are firmly settled, then, and only then, should the Bible student seek to comprehend how the sacrifices typified the Lord Jesus Christ.
Sunday, Day 267—Church Day (no devotional)

Monday, Day 268—Christ, Sacrificed for Us

Tuesday, Day 269—To Him Shall Ye Do Sacrifice

Wednesday, Day 270—Church Night (no devotional)

Thursday, Day 271—God Makes the Rules

Friday, Day 272—God Does Not Need Your Sacrifices

Saturday, Day 273—With Such Sacrifices God Is Pleased


Day 267: Church Day

Psalm 4:5 Offer the sacrifices of righteousness, and put your trust in the LORD.