Leviticus 6:1-7 It is a sin to commit a crimes against your neighbor such as with money, robbery, oppression, found and kept something he knew his neighbor lost (lying about it). He must restore back to his neighbor and add 1/5 to it. He then shalt sacrifice a ram or its equivalent to the Lord as a guilt offering sacrifice to be forgiven.
Leviticus 6:8-13 Law concerning Burnt Offering: The sacrifice shall remain on altar until morning continually burning. The Priest shall always wear his garments when carrying the ashes outside the camp. The fat of the peace offerings shall be burned continually.
Notes: continually. The perpetual flame indicated a continuous readiness on the part of God to receive confession and restitution through the sacrifice.
Leviticus 6:14-18 Law concerning Grain Offering: The offering must be in front of the altar. A handful is burned for a memorial. The priests may eat the rest in the court of the tent of meeting. It shall be unleavened. It is holy and all who touch it become holy.
Leviticus 6:19-23 Aaron, as high priest, was to make a daily grain offering at morning and night on behalf of his priestly family: A tenth of an ephah of fine flour as a grain offering, half in the morning and the half in the evening. It shall be made with oil on a griddle, well mixed and baked. The whole of it shall be burned, not eaten.
Leviticus 6:24-30 Law concerning Sin Offering: The sin offering shall be killed in the same place as the burnt offering. It is holy. The priests shall eat it in the court of the tent of meeting. Whatever touches it is made holy. Garments must be washed in a holy place if blood touches it. The earthenware vessel in which it is boiled shall be broken, except a bronze vessel which can instead be scoured and rinsed in water. All male priests may eat of it.