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This Parashah covers the instructions for the 5 types of daily sacrifices offered in the Temple.
This page includes Torah Portions from multiple years covered by Wisdom in Torah. Each year we covered the Torah from a different perspective so you can explore each Parashah from a different perspective and focus.
- 2010 Portions: Focus on Messianic connections in the Parashah
- ANET Portions: Focus on the ancient Near Eastern cultural context of the Parashah
- Mitzvot Portions: Focus on explaining and exploring the commandments found in the Parashah (in progress)
- 2015 Portions: Revisiting the Parashah looking at the ancient cultural context more in depth with additional areas that have been researched
- Brit Portions: Focus on connecting the Brit Hadashah (New Testament) to the Parashah
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Here is what I’m hearing in your ANET teaching, part 1 at minutes 36: Do not divide the Kingdom of Yah. Our God is a God of life, a God of order, a God of oneness. Do not divide over things that we “all” may have wrong since we are not in The Land nor do we have a Temple.
Rule of Law is Torah teaching, “Chain of Command”, procedures to make corrections to what we perceive as error. Yeshua taught regarding those in His time regarding those in seats of authority, do as they say but do not do as they do. Yah is at the top of the food chain, “Commander and Chief” ruling ultimately those under His command in a orderly way. Dividing is not oneness knowing that the accuser of the brethren, Rev.12:10 wishes to divide our oneness that Yeshua prayed to the Father in John 17, High Priestly prayer. As you are oft to say, “I hope this is making sense to you.”
Rico, thank you for this teaching! Very helpful. Blessings.
I have just examined and verified the code words, and what I encounter is this order:
TORH -> TORH -> YHWH <- HROT <- HROT
Hereby the resource: http://xwalk.ca/torah.html
Wonderful to see how it points to Leviticus! Thanks for this beautiful teaching!
super great teaching . A very deep understanding . It blow my mind when you mention about the same place of the sacrifice offering the one who sin and the one is not; amazing Abba . shalom rico
Ooops… found the Korban Olah here on this page; not in the longer list.
I can’t find the “Korban Olah” resource document in your Resource list. Could someone point it out… thanks.
Getting confused here since I believe Ryan has taught that sin has never required blood for forgiveness—as in his example of a Jew who lived far from the temple in the diaspora… how could they possibly get to the temple to make an offering for sin when many were slaves, others just too poor to ever make such a trip? Shalom.
Its pretty clear what is sin and what is guilt and shalamim etc sacrifice. My question is what is the today application concerning different animals and food products brought for sacrifice. For different occasions different animals were to be sacrificed and it was not always ram or always lamb etc. Also what is the application of fine flour and the number of animals to be brought. This is what I mean with my question.
What is the earliest age a person brings korban?
Rico, We needed to hear it. Great teaching. It was nor scattered but helped us to understand the difference between “function” and “form”. Dave tyler
Yes it was useful! thank you for your time and commitment.
#1guilt…all are guilty before God. Get that part straight and agree with the offering
#2sin…the deeds we do as sinners
#4meal/grain…strive to be leaven free
#5peace…fellowship expressed in a meal….table of the L_rd….all partake.
seems reasonable to me!!!!
Your teaching on each different sacrifice is very interesting. 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 ?