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1)

What are the connotations of "Tamid" in connection with the Korban Tamid?

1.

Rashi: It means every day.

2)

What is "Asher Iva'ed lachem Shamah" referring to?

1.

Rashi #1: It is referring to the Mizbe'ach - from where Hashem would speak to Moshe after the Mishkan was erected. 1

2.

Rashi #2: It refers to the Ohel Mo'ed (mentioned in the Pasuk). since Hashem spoke to Moshe from the lid of the Aron between the two Keruvim. 2

3.

Oznayim la'Torah: Even though Hashem spoke to Moshe from the lid of the Aron, it was the Avodah on the Mizbe'ach that caused the Shechinah to descend and speak with Moshe.


1

Refer to 29:42:151:1.

2

See Terumah, Shemos 25:22.

3)

Rashi (first Perush) writes that Hashem spoke to Moshe from above the copper Mizbe'ach. Above, (25:22), the verse says that He spoke to him from above the Aron!

1.

Shem mi'Shmuel (Tetzaveh-Zachor, 679): The Sifri says that other Nevi'im prophesied with "Ko [Amar Hashem]", and Moshe with "Zeh [Devar Hashem]." The Maharal says that the latter was for Torah laws, which are eternal; for temporary needs, also Moshe prophesied with Ko. We can say that those he received from over the Mizbe'ach, for its Kedushah was temporary; it ceased when the Machanos traveled.

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