What are the implcations of "be'Vo'am el Ohel Mo'ed"?
Zevachim, 26a: It implies that, when performing the Avodah, the Kohen must be completely inside the Azarah, and that, even if just some of his hair is protruding outside, his Avodah is Pasul.
What is the practical difference between "coming to the Ohel Mo'ed" and "approaching the Mizbe'ach", for both of which a Kohen without the Bigdei Kehunah is Chayav Misah.
Why does the Torah add the word "ba'Kodesh"?
Zevachim, 119b: To teach us that Bigdei Kehunah are not required on a Bamah Ketanah. 1
On which even a Zar is allowed to serve. See Torah Temimah.
What are the implications of "ve'Lo Yis'u Avon va'Meisu"? What is it referring to?
Rashi and Ramban #1 (according to the simple P'shat): It teaches us that a Kohen Hedyot who performs the Avodah without the four specified Begadim or the Kohen Gadol without his eight Begadim is Chayav Misah.
Ramban #2 (citing Zevachim 17b): It teaches us that a Kohen Hedyot or a Kohen Gadol who serves without the pants is Chayav Misah. 1
See Ramban DH 've'Lamadnu" for the source of Chiyuv Misah regarding the other Begadim.
What kind of Misah did the Kohen who transgressed receive?
Targum Yonasan: Refer to 28:35:2:4 and note.
Why does the Torah add "ve'Lo Yis''u Avon Vameisu" hich it did not do earlier in connection with a Zar and with the Me'il)?
Oznayim la'Torah: Because, in addition to serving without the Michnasayim (according to the Ramban), he also entered the Mishkan improperly dressed
Oznayin la'Torah: Something that the Torah warned against above at the end of Yisro.
What are the connotations of "Chukas Olam"?
Rashi: It always means that the Mitzvah under discussion together with its details applies at all times.
QUESTIONS ON RASHI
Rashi writes that our verse teaches that a Kohen who serves without his Begadim is Chayav Misah. We know from from "v'Chagarta
Riva #1, Da'as Zekenim, Hadar Zekenim: "V'Chagarta
Tosfos (Yuma 5b DH Lehavi): This is unlike the opinion that the Vov ("v'Zeh ha'Davar" - 29:1) adds to the previous Parshah, and "v'Chagarta