Vayikra 2018-19

Parshah Vayikra, the first portion in the heart of the Torah, gives us invaluable pictures of how we draw near to God. The main aim of this teaching is to lay a foundation for looking at the sacrifices as examples for how we can be living sacrifices, and, thereby, draw near to God. We start with a brief overview of the 5 types of sacrifice. Moving on, we mention rampant false Christian teachings regarding the sacrificial system, turning to Jeremiah 33 for necessary context regarding sacrifices in the Millennial Kingdom of Yeshua’s reign on Earth. Other topics in the teaching include pagan vs. Godly sacrifice, death in the animal kingdom, and 3 Hebrew words related to sacrifice – “karav,” “olah,” and “caphar.”

Visuals: Vayikra 2018-19.pdf

Medios Visuales: Vayikrá 2018-19.pdf


  1. by Charlotte Gunther

    On March 20, 2019

    thank you for the clarity!
    i often think of the sacrifices when i prepare a roast for my family. is there any connection? does the meat we eat with thanksgiving have any meaning in our faith today?

  2. by David Russell

    On June 8, 2019

    I am very glad to have made the choice to spend Erev Shavuot listening to your first message on the book of Leviticus, but more important, opening the idea of what it is to be a living sacrifice for God! May we not take for granted that God in Yeshua removes our sin and just doesn’t excuse it or us. Hallelujah!

  3. by Ted Hay

    On March 28, 2020

    We were so privileged to have met you when you were in South Africa some years back. We appreciate your teaching and thank Adonai for you.

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