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Dvar Torah for Tzav 7th Aliyah

Dvar Torah for Tzav 7th Aliyah

After completing the process of initiating the Kohanim, they are instructed to stay for seven days and nights at the entrance of the Ohel Moed and “observe G-d’s command so that [they] will not...

Dvar Torah for Tzav 7th Aliyah

Dvar Torah for Tzav 6th Aliyah

The Torah discusses the initial sacrifices brought by Moshe and Aharon, describing how Moshe took the blood from the sacrifice to place on Aharon’s right ear, right thumb, and right big toe (8:23)....

Dvar Torah for Tzav 7th Aliyah

Dvar Torah for Tzav 5th Aliyah

As the Kohanim are inducted at the Mishkan’s inauguration, a Chatas is offered as the very first sacrifice (8:14). What is the sin that is being atoned for? Sifra suggests that atonement was...

Dvar Torah for Tzav 7th Aliyah

Dvar Torah for Tzav 4th Aliyah

Moshe is instructed to gather the people and teach them about the service of the Mishkan (8:3). The next pasuk tells us that Moshe did as instructed, and that the community gathered (8:4). However,...

Dvar Torah for Tzav 7th Aliyah

Dvar Torah for Tzav 3rd Aliyah

Parashas Tzav lists the various types of sacrifices one would bring. The first one described is the Olah, which is wholly sacrificed and brought twice a day, every day (6:2). This is followed by the...

Dvar Torah for Tzav 7th Aliyah

Dvar Torah for Tzav 2nd Aliyah

Our parashah contains a pasuk describing the inaugural Minchah offering as well as the daily Minchah offering, offered twice a day in perpetuity (6:13). If the offering is brought twice daily, why...

Dvar Torah for Tzav 7th Aliyah

Dvar Torah for Tzav 1st Aliyah

Parashas Tzav relays the process of sacrifices, beginning with the Olah offering, which was entirely consumed by fire on the Mizbeiach, to the exclusion of any priests. The pesukim specify that the...