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This Parashah covers the instructions for the 5 types of daily sacrifices offered in the Temple.
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65 thoughts on “Torah Portion Vayikra Complete”
That is great teaching. However do you have teaching that would give the direct application of different sacrifices to believers in non temple society today? Acc Ro 12 we are called to bring ourselves as living sacrifice and I also understand that we have to bring our best as sacrifices. But in Vayikra there are different sacrifices like ola, minha etc. Also different animals and food was brought on different occasions. If I want to use the principles of each of different sacrifice & animal than what is the application? For example voluntary offering of ram is today responding to what, because I cant in nature kill ram and bring to some place… Or if it was required to bring minha , than again what in specific this means for me today to bring ? What is the implication of removing fat from animal ?
You have blessed us greatly today Rico. Thank you for your in-depth teaching! Blessings to you and your family!!
Thank you Rico Cortes for the Vayikra study today. I would like more information on the Priest knocking on the door… that you read… and what it means in Rev. Where do I find it? thanks
This is so good. Thanks It would seem if we were Melchizadak priests then there would be instructions what we are to do.
Today, I heard the 2nd part. The perfect order of YHVH Temple!! Rico you must visit the “Kejila” I go. They have this order that I did not understand until today. Now I get it!!. Yah has been so good to me.
I am so blessed that Yah gave me the opportunity to hear this!. I can not wait to hear the 2nd part. Thank you Yah for giving Rico Cortes the desire to study so he can be a blessing to us.
Thank you Rico for this Torah Lesson. Lots to pray and think about. We love learning the ancient culture. Seems to bring so much clarity to the Torah and understanding as to why things are done and said the way they are.
Thank you for all your hard work.
Blessings in Messiah Yeshua
2015. Wow Kedushah—I keep thinking/seeing how difficult it must have been for Peter to eat with Cornelius! These boundaries were so well established in his day. By YHVH decrees, by culture, by usage the order was cast. Thank you for this perspective and insight on ‘holy’ /kedushah –and our danger using this so casually.
Thank you so much (!), Rico, for all the time you took to study, and then to share with us what you have been learning! You have blessed all of us who are able to access these teachings you share! I look forward to what you share (and have shared in past years), each week! Praise to YHVH!
I am learning so much, and it is such a blessing to glean from what YHVH is teaching you! HalleluYah!!
Thank you very much Rico for an inspiring and rich Torah lesson on Holiness and Temple Sacrifice. Yahweh is taking you to a higher level of understanding that challenges the body of Messiah to rethink what the scriptures actually teach about holiness versus what we have been taught in the past. You and your ministry are a wonderful blessing to us and we pray Yahweh will continue to shower upon you more and more wisdom!
Thank you for pointing out that the entire nation of Israel is holy, and not individually.
That means that we are all accountable to one another and the leader needs to teach the Torah and not allow the people to live the way that they want when it is contrary to Torah.
I’d like to see the leaders clean up the toxic onegs and pot luck suppers and help us to combat obesity in the church.
Ricco for the 2010 -11 Leviticus, offerings thank you so much. I have been trying to understand this for years and you put it all in order for me.
You are must welcome because I am also learning a lot about the topic.