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March 28, Leviticus 6:8–8:36 צַו

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Bible Reading

Mark 1:40-45

Here is the next sermon through our series on the Gospel of Mark, along with the beginning of our communion celebration at the end.

Mark 1:40-45… 1,872 more words


Tzav (Lev. 6:1 - 8:36), Shabbat HaGadol

This week’s portion, Tzav (“command,” verb, imperative) gets more into the nitty gritty of the rituals of the burnt offering, the meal offering, the sin offering, the guilt offering, the offering of well-being, the sacrifice of well-being, and the offerings for the upcoming ordination of Aaron and his sons as priests.  1,260 more words

Celebrating Life With All Your Being: Parashat Tzav

Parashat Tzav relates a detailed description of the different kinds of offers and some of the specific ceremonial aspects related to the beginning of the “work” of the priests (Kohanim). 612 more words

Thoughts on Pesach Cleaning and Tzav; Shabbat Hagadol and even The Elections

Pesach is here, and with it, the cleaning panic. Everywhere I look there is “stuff”, and in every bit of the stuff, there could be… 1,024 more words

Getting Clean: TorahCycle Tzav

In the psychological thriller Descent, author Tim Johnston sets up several interlocking pairs of troubled relationships, mostly father /son, but there’s just enough pervasive misanthropy and sense of imminent threat, that you’re just never quite sure when everything’s gonna erupt. 108 more words


Help My Unbelief

God tells the Hebrews that it’s very important for them to be holy, and we learn how not to hate people and gain access to true joy. 938 more words