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I wanted to mention how much I appreciate your sharings. I don’t always get to them every week but when I do the details you share ad a lot to my enjoyment of our Fathers Kingdom.
Thanks so much Kathleen. I appreciate the feedback and it is a blessing to know His word never returns void.
Do you have any more information to study on the Incense being used to bear the iniquity of the whole community by Moshe? My what a wonderful dividing of the Torah. I need to meditate on this until it is life to me. How blessed we are to have these jewels dropped into our ruach.
I would like to know from where the teaching was taken concerning where the priests stood when they threw the pieces of the slaughtering upon the fire of the altar. If I remember correctly it was a far distance but they always hit the place where it was to be. The whole concept of this is not clear to me. The reference to the careful entrance into the Holy of Holies caused me to recall the placing of the slaughtering. Apparently the Ruach HaKodesh assisted what would seem to be two difficult requirements for the priests.
Thank you for your time and study on our behalf. Shalom Ann
Most of this information comes from the Mishnah, in particular, the tractate YOMA from the order MO’ED. You can also find some great teaching on the Temple Institute’s website where they have already synthesized this info into a more simple format. Just look for the article on the YOM KIPPUR service. Regarding the slaughtering and throwing of the animals, that info is also found in the Mishnah – the tractate TAMID in the order KODASHIM. The Mishnah is invaluable for any 2nd Temple period research. The cheapest easiest to use is the Danby Mishmah, although the English can be a bit archaic. My favorite is the Kehati Mishnah – many volumes though, but has great notes and commentary. Hope that helps. Blessings.
This is a great series. Is there a way that I can sign up and receive Temple Tidbits regularly via email? Thanks, Stephanie
When you become a member of FIT, no matter which level, you will receive the “mostly” weekly newsletter. This year the teachings, based on the Torah portions, are called HaMakom. This means THE PLACE and each teaching gives a unique dimension on the Temple. Also as a member, you have access to all the previous teachings that were sent out in the newsletter over the last few years.
Very cool— looking forward to receiving those. I love the direction you are going; it is very timely. I have your DVD on the resurrection of the dead — the dew of heaven — and thoroughly enjoyed and internalized that teaching. I appreciate your level of scholarship and years of study. We are all benefiting from it!
Thanks Stephanie – your support is very much appreciated and helps me to press on.
So great to see and hear you at the Hebraic Roots Conference!!!
This teaching brings a different twist to the rock that Moshe struck!! I’ve had problems “believing” what I’ve heard in the past. Your teaching makes logical sense to me.
Love your Temple teachings!!! Thank you for all your efforts and time you put in to your teachings!!!
Thanks so much Sinda. It was great to see you at Revive. You know me always looking for another angle that helps give logic to the text. Blessings.
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