Leviticus 1–7 introduces the gifts of sacrifice. Two series of instructions identify the gifts and outline how they are to be brought to God. The first (1:3–6:7; MT: 1:3–5:26) deals with five major offerings, each presented from the perspective of the donor: burnt offerings, cereal offerings, well-being offerings, purification offerings, and reparation offerings. The first three of these are voluntary offerings; the last two are required. The second series (6:8–7:36; MT: 6:1–7:36) addresses the same offerings, this time from the perspective of the priests. The two sets of instructions are framed by an introduction (1:1–2) and a conclusion (7:37–38) that tie all the offerings to the revelation from God to Moses at the tent of meeting that was erected at Sinai (cf. Exodus 25–31, 35–40).