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Vayikra – “And He Called”

The name of this week’s parasha is Vayikra, which means “and he called,” and covers Leviticus 1:1-6:7.  This parasha begins the book of Leviticus and presents instructions for making burnt offerings, grain offerings, peace offerings, sin offerings, and guilt offerings.  Whenever someone brought an animal for a burnt offering from the herd or flock, the animal must be a male

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Vayikra – “And He Called”

This week’s Parasha is called Vayikra, which means “and he called”.  It Covers Leviticus chapter 1 through chapter 6:7.  In these chapters,  we will be covering five sacrifices that El Gabor, Mighty God,  required of the Jewish people. The first sacrifice is the burnt offering, followed by a grain offering, peace offering, sin offering, and a guilt offering. We will

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Vayikra – “And He Called”

This week’s parasha is entitled Vayikra, meaning “And He Called” and introduces us to the book of Leviticus. These chapters describe the various offerings made to Adonai. Each chapter describes a different type of offering. The many details might not seem exciting to today’s reader, but they are significant, and should not be ignored. In some ways they foreshadow Messiah

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Vayikra – “And He Called”

Last week’s parasha is entitled, VaYikra, which means, “and He called.”  It covers Leviticus, Chapter 1:1 – 6:7.  In English, the name is Leviticus, and refers to the rules, regulations and duties that must be followed by the Levitical priesthood, the Levites, to atone for the sins of the people.  This parasha describes 5 types of offerings to be made upon

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Vayikra – “And He Called Out”

The Shabbat we begin the third book of the Torah, which is called Sefer Vayyikra, the book of Leviticus. Vayyikra is translated “And He called out”. The parasha covers Leviticus chapters one through five. These chapters describe the korbanot - offerings to Adonai. Each chapter describes in detail a different type of offering. The many details might seem burdensome and

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Vayikra – “And He Called”

This week our parasha is Vayikra which translates to “And He Called” and covers Leviticus 1:1-5:19.  This parasha contains five types of offerings to the Lord and begins the book of Leviticus, which outlines many commandments concerning the Priesthood. When we approach a section of Scripture like this parasha, I think there is a tendency to go “Well that’s interesting;

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Vayikra – “And He Called”

This week our parasha is Vayikra which translates to “And He Called” and covers Leviticus 1:1-5:19.  This parasha contains five types of offerings to the Lord and begins the book of Leviticus, which outlines many commandments concerning the Priesthood. When we approach a section of Scripture like this parasha, I think there is a tendency to go “Well that’s interesting;

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