On the eighth day, Moses told Aaron, his sons and elders to offer before the Lord an unblemished calf and bull for sin offering and ram for burnt offering. To the sons of Israel, offer an unblemished male goat for sin offering, calf and lamb for burnt offering, ox and ram for peace offerings and grain offering mixed with oil for since the glory of the Lord would appear to them. Moses told Aaron to offer sin and burnt offering for himself and the people to make atonement for them as the Lord commanded (Lev. 9:1-7). Surrender completely to God so you can benefit others for His glory.
Aaron killed the calf of the sin offering and burnt offering for himself and put blood on the altar. He offered up in smoke on the altar the fat, kidneys and lobe of the liver of the sin offering and head pieces of the burnt offering as the Lord commanded Moses. He burned with fire the flesh and skin outside the camp. He washed the entrails and legs and offered them up in smoke with the burnt offering (Lev. 9:8-14). Confess sin and receive Christ's forgiveness through the cross before ministering to others.
Aaron took the goat of the sin offering for the people and presented the burnt offering. He presented the grain offering and offered up a handful in smoke on the altar besides the burnt offering. He killed the ox and ram for the peace offering , which was for the people, and sprinkled the blood around the altar. He offered up in smoke portions of the ox and ram on the altar. He presented the breasts and right thigh as a wave offering (Lev. 9:15-21). Pray that others surrender to God by confessing their sin and appropriating the blood of Christ for peace with Him.
Aaron lifted up his hands and blessed the people. He stepped down after making the sin, burnt and peace offerings. Moses and Aaron went into the tent of meeting and came out and blessed the people so that the Lord’s glory appeared to everyone. The fire consumed the burnt offering and portions of fat on altar. When the people saw it, they shouted and fell on their faces (Lev. 9:22-24). People fear God in direct proportion to the amount of time leaders spend in the presence of God.
Structure your day so you have sufficient time to confess sin and pray that others get right with God. Then watch what God does!