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Ha-Torah: again the word Torah is used in summarizing the requirements of teachings from above.
The offerings laid out in the ordinances given to Moshe atop Sinai are now made clear in the Torah.
There are six that have been taught by HaShem

  • Lev 7:37 This is the law for the burnt offering, the meal offering, the sin offering, the guilt
    offering, the ordination offering, and the fellowship sacrifice, 38 which the LORD commanded
    Moses on Mount Sinai on the day He commanded the Israelites to present their offerings to
    the LORD in the Wilderness of Sinai

As the Lord had Commanded Moshe: throughout, various passages conclude with this phrase.
Moshe the great prophet never went his own way, but rather was the faithful man of G-d, not
changing adding or modifying the Torah but upholding the written Torah as it was given to him on
Sinai. Also Lev 8:13, 17, 21, 29,36

  • 8:8 And he placed the breastpiece on him, and in the breastpiece he put the Urim and the
    Thummim 9 And he set the turban on his head, and on the turban, in front, he set the golden
    plate, the holy crown, as the Lord commanded Moses.

HaShem (God) Knows Hearts: Those who were devoted servants to his covenant were that they had
intelligence and education in Torah are a hallmark of someone who walks "in his image" Genesis 1:
. In the anointing and spiritual cleansing of the priests, Moshe' daubed the right ear, toe and
thumb with blood. A statement that they were to uphold with all of their soul, by hearing, doing and
walking in the ways of HaShem and the covenant (Lev :22-24). Following HaShem's instructions
precisely for the ordination of Aaron and his sons was imperative. Even accidental or misunderstood
applications of the rituals could have consequences. Idolatry is the most serious transgression
against HaShem (Ex 20). Unleavened bread is commanded and it is important to note that the bread
is given as a burnt offering to HaShem and not ingested by the priests. Moshe in his anointed
position was given a portion of the offering

  • Lev 8:26 and out of the basket of unleavened bread that was before the Lord he took one
    unleavened loaf and one loaf of bread with oil and one wafer and placed them on the pieces
    of fat and on the right thigh. 27 And he put all these in the hands of Aaron and in the hands of
    his sons and waved them as a wave offering before the Lord. 28 Then Moses took them from
    their hands and burned them on the altar with the burnt offering. This was an ordination
    offering with a pleasing aroma, a food offering to the Lord. 29 And Moses took the breast and
    waved it for a wave offering before the Lord. It was Moses' portion of the ram of ordination, as
    the Lord commanded Moses.

Offerings are actions from our hearts and HaShem know those. Job 1:5 states:

  • he would make burnt offerings, one for each of them; for Job thought, "Perhaps my children
    have sinned and blasphemed God in their thoughts".

Was Job actually being saved and cleansed by a God of love and compassion knowing that Job's
children were iniquitous and about to bring far greater trouble upon the righteous Job. Job may have
known this himself by the offerings he was making before HaShem. His family all perished and Job
was given a new family and much more in material possessions whilst holding his faith and trust in
HaShem through tribulation.
Yeshua (salvation) Matt 12:7

  • "I want compassion rather than animal sacrifice" meant, you would not condemn the

Compassion, HaShem demonstrated through Yeshua how to understand him and bring them away
from pagan sacrifice. So we get to know him through Torah and there is no need for sacrifice
because we do not require it because we are as he is..thinking intelligent people.

Seven: is the manner of Holiness for the creation. HaShem created for six days and sanctified the
seventh day of rest (Gen & Ex 20:6). Shabbat was reinforced at the point where the rebellious built
the golden calf and were punished for idolatry. HaShem then stated that the way to show reverence
is to keep his Mo'eds and Shabbat. Here the his priests are ordained over seven days

  • 8:33 And you shall not go outside the entrance of the tent of meeting for seven days, until the
    days of your ordination are completed, for it will take seven days to ordain you. 34 As has
    been done today, the Lord has commanded to be done to make atonement for you. 35 At the
    entrance of the tent of meeting you shall remain day and night for seven days, performing
    what the Lord has charged, so that you do not die, for so I have been commanded.” 36 And
    Aaron and his sons did all the things that the Lord commanded by Moses.

Moshe whilst not the High Priest was still the most exalted anointed Prophet and will never be
surpassed by anyone....thats because Moshe was a humble and devoted servant of HaShem

  • Lev 8:36 And Aaron and his sons did all the things that the Lord had commanded through

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Baruch Ha-Shem
Tzav: means command used in verse two, clarifies the requirements regarding mans purpose on the creation.
The written word of G-d, The Torah or teachings are laws and the manner of showing Holiness and reverence to
a Holy G-d HaShem who created the universe.
All about doing or trying to in the most sincere way...this will be
known above

Ha-Torah: also a Hebrew word in verse two means teaching or guidance, knowledge of G-d HaShem through
the written word,  G-d HaShem. The teachings (Torah) explain how to serve HaShem. The word Torah is used
throughout the teachings of Moshe. The priests share in all offerings except the burnt offerings. Through the
night when we sleep, and having spent the previous day in service to haShem so to is the Torah keep burning...
an eternal flame of righteousness Moshe is a devoted servant of haShem and knows he must both uphold and
take instructions from haShem. Moshe' now seems to be a step removed from direct temple service or
officiating as a priest. He remained the only person who talked with HaShem as two friends talk. If a priest
sinned then only Moshe' in his elevated position before HaShem could anoint or ordain another and here we
see Moshe' is overseeing the construction and preparation of the tabernacle for sacrificial service.

  • 6:5 The fire on the altar shall be kept burning on it; it shall not go out. The priest shall burn wood on it
    every morning, and he shall arrange the burnt offering on it and shall burn on it the fat of the peace
    offerings. 6 "A perpetual fire shall be kept burning on the altar, not to go out".

On the 7th day rest the Altar fire remains alight and the priests attended it as they did every other day. In the
absence of a Temple in Jerusalem, we as Torah scholars are keeping this fire burning wherever we are around
the world. There is no requirement for blood sacrifice. Remembering that HaShem did not really require animal
sacrifice but used it as a means of weaning barbaric practices such as pagan human sacrifice into blood
atonement before the One and only God of Israel..the Holy One Blessed Be He. We keep the tabernacle of
Hashem in our hearts.

Torah of meal offering 6:7: Leviticus states that leaven had to removed from the offering for it to be considered
Holy before HaShem.

  • JPS Tanakh 6:10 It shall not be baked with leaven; I have it as their portion from My offerings by fire; it is
    most holy, like the sin offering and the guilt offering

Torah of Ordination (6:12-16): The offerings were commanded to Aaron and his sons who were the levitical
priests or Kohen Gadol (great priests). The Kohen however were acting as the people to shine the light of Torah
to mankind and all have to keep the Torah to remain in the House of Israel. We do in the absence of the
tabernacle keep the Moeds and festivals and use what symbolic meanings we can from the rituals. The rituals
were performed twice and day...morning and evening

  • 6:19 The Lord spoke to Moses, saying, 20 “This is the offering that Aaron and his sons shall offer to the
    Lord on the day when he is anointed: a tenth of an ephah of fine flour as a regular grain offering, half of it
    in the morning and half in the evening. 21 It shall be made with oil on a griddle. You shall bring it well
    mixed, in baked pieces like a grain offering, and offer it for a pleasing aroma to the Lord. 22 The priest
    from among Aaron's sons, who is anointed to succeed him, shall offer it to the Lord as decreed forever.
    The whole of it shall be burned. 23 Every grain offering of a priest shall be wholly burned. It shall not be

Torah of Sin Offering (7:17-22)

Torah of Guilt offering (7:1-10)
is like the sin offering (7:7)

Torah of Well Being (Todah) 7:11: When a person gives thanks to G-d Almighty and makes a peace offering, we
now do that through the best our circumstances will allow and HaShem knows how heartfelt this is from each
individual. The peace offerings are unleavened which as we remember from Pesach symbolize a lowering of
ourselves in order to receive the Torah. In days of yore, when in Mitzrayim (Egypt-suffering) and ignorance, many
falsehoods were instilled upon the soul which were doing harm and so through the Torah we can listen to Ha-
Shem and offer what is helpful. Idolatrous services and worthless offerings were done. Just to offer a listed item
is not enough...we must be applying the Torah in our daily lives to compliment the Moeds and times to give the
best we can throughout the month and year

  • 7:11 “And this is the law of the sacrifice of peace offerings that one may offer to the Lord. 12 If he offers it
    for a thanksgiving, then he shall offer with the thanksgiving sacrifice unleavened loaves mixed with oil,
    unleavened wafers smeared with oil, and loaves of fine flour well mixed with oil. 13 With the sacrifice of
    his peace offerings for thanksgiving he shall bring his offering with loaves of leavened bread.
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  • 6:1 The Lord spoke to Moses, saying: 2 Command
    (Tzav) Aaron and his sons thus: This is the teaching
    (Torat) of the burnt offering: The burnt offering itself shall
    remain where it is burned upon the altar all night until
    morning, while the fire on the altar is kept going on it
Tzav  "Command" Leviticus 6:1-8:36           
Published Friday 18th March 2011       
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century CE)..Rabbi
Chananya Ben Tradyon,
one of the "Ten
discovered by The
Romans teaching the
outlawed Torah. They
then wrapped him in a
Torah scroll, piled
bundles of twigs around
him, and before setting
him afire they placed
damp woolen cloths on
him to prolong the agony
of being burned to death.
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him, his disciples asked
him, "Master, what do
you see?" Rabbi
Chananya replied: "I see
a scroll burning, but the
letters flying up to
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