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The Torah states regarding the offering of a specific sacrifice: “If for thanksgiving he offers it, then he shall offer with the sacrifice of thanksgiving unleavened cakes mingled with oil, and unleavened wafers spread with oil, and fine flour soaked and made into cakes mingled with oil” (Leviticus 7:12). FOUR CUPS– At the Seder, we […]
This week’s Torah portion includes the laws of: the Burnt Offering, Meal Offering, High Priest’s Offering, Sin Offerings, Guilt Offerings and Peace Offerings. It concludes with the portions of the Peace Offerings, which are allotted to the Priests, and the installation ceremony of the Priest for serving in the Sanctuary.
Looking Forward… This Shabbat is Parashat Tzav as well as Shabbat Hagadol, the Shabbos before Pesach, next Wednesday night. The custom is just as we normally wish Shabbat Shalom U’mevorach, on this Shabbos we wish Shabbat Hagadol Shalom U’mevorach or in English: may this be a peaceful and blessed Shabbat Hagadol. As we are in […]