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 PARSHA: "Tetseveh" (and you shall command) EXODUS 27-30

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PostSubject: PARSHA: "Tetseveh" (and you shall command) EXODUS 27-30   Sat Feb 28, 2015 7:26 pm

 
 
PARSHA:  "Tetsaveh"  (You shall command)


EXODUS 27:20 - 30:10                 EZEKIEL 43:10-27              HEBREWS 13:10-17


We can see in this study that YHVH has given instructions to Moshe about building the Mishkan, a lot of details, but I guess Moshe has good memory, he didn't take anything to write on when he went up Mt. Sinai. 


Every item in the tabernacle in some way, points to Messiah Yeshua. THE BRAZEN ALTAR, symbolizes judgment of our sins, through Messiah Yeshua, through the animal sacrifices. They had to be perfect animals, the bulls, symbolizing the strength of Adonai, the lambs  (the lamb of God) the Ram, (Redemption, as in the story of Isaac)
THE BRAZEN LAVER:  (with the pool of washing water, Yeshua, who is the Living Water) who washes our sins away.  THE MENNORAH:  Yeshua who is the Light of the world,  THE ALTAR OF INCENSE:  Our prayers that go up to Heaven, and Yeshua who intercedes for us all to the Father.  THE ALTAR OF SHOW BREAD: Yeshua who is the Bread of life, and the ARK OF THE COVENANT: which is the living representative of the Shekinah, and the Torah.


One thing I'd like to mention is the sacrificial system, in inaugurate Aaron and his sons, YHVH orders the sacrifice of 1 bull and 2 rams, plus unleavened bread/flour mixed with oil.  1 Bull + 2 rams = 3 perfect animals,  "3" the number of "Elohim" who is perfect in all ways, the unleavened bread being the "Bread of Life" ,and the oil, the "anointing of the Ruach Ha Kodesh.


These animals were sacrificed on the brazen altar, and a small portion of the blood was placed on the right earlobe, the right thumb, and the right big toe of Aaron and his sons.  But what is the meaning some may say? Well, one way of looking at it is;   "anointed to always LISTEN, HEAR, OBEY, the Word of God"  to "DO the perfect will of Adonai, following His commandments" and to "WALK in his ways.  I believe we are all anointed to do the same, as believer high priests.


finally, the daily lamb sacrifices.  2 lambs, one in the morning and one in the evening, with unleavened flour, olive oil, and wine.  meaning the "Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world" who is the "Bread of Life"  anointed by the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) who shed his blood (the wine) for our sins. 


EVERYTHING POINTS TO YESHUA.


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Ezekiel Sees a vision of the Holy Temple, a replica of Solomon's temple, including the brazen altar, even in heaven, we will be reminded of the price of sin, which was paid for by Messiah's blood.    


We see in the apostle's letter to the Messianic Jews, that the meat of the sacrifices could not be eaten, as it was a sacrifice for our sins, yet Messiah's blood replaced all the animal sacrifices being it a "better sacrifice" since it not only covered our sins, but "removed" our sins once and for ever, no wonder the covenant of Messiah Yeshua is a "Better" covenant. 


Shabbat Shalom.....Rabbi Jacob Ben Avraham

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