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The Pulpit Commentary points out that "these were afterwards prescribed in the Mosaic legislation, which was itself a shadow of good things to come, to be employed as propitiatory offerings, it is impossible not to regard them, though not necessarily understood as such by Abram, as types (not of Israel, Abraham's seed after the flesh simply, nor of the Church of God generally, i.e. Abram's seed according to the spirit, though perhaps neither of these should be excluded, but) of Abram's greater Seed, whose perfect, Divinely-appointed, and substitutionary sacrifice alone constitutes the basis of the everlasting covenant."
You should read closely Hebrews chapters nine and ten.