Scabs, spots & skin discolorations. The topic of our parasha this week is Sara’at.
The day had finally arrived... After months of planning & constructing, the Mishkan was finally complete.
This week’s Parasha is Shemini, and it includes some of the most intriguing commandments we have.
There are four situations which might arise in a person's life that call for one to offer a mandatory individual שלמים offering called a Korban Todah.
This week’s Parasha, Tzav, continues the discussion of the sacrifices that B’nai Yisrael were commanded to bring to the Bet Hamikdash.
Parshat Sav introduces the laws of the “Korban Todah”- Thanksgiving offering.
It is admittedly a daunting task for one even to consider offering a summary of the general reason for the Torah institution of Korbanot.
The Parahsa begins the third book of the Chumash with the Passuk: “He called [vayikra] to Moshe, and G-d spoke to him.”
This week we begin to read from Sefer Vayikra; the book of the Torah which encompasses the laws of the kohanim.
The way towards the Divine Presence is graduated.