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1)

What is this Pasuk referring to?

1.

Rashi and Rashbam: It is referring to a Yisrael himself eating the Terumah that he has designated to give to the Kohen. 1

2.

Refer to 22:15:1:5. 3\. It is referring to a Yisrael who derives benefit from Kodshim that he himself designated. 2


1

Seforno: Which we might otherwise have thought is permitted, based on the principle 'The mouth that forbade it is the mouth that now permits it'.

2

Refer to 22:9:1:1*.

2)

What does "v'Hisi'u Osam Avon" mean?

1.

Rashi: It means that they will bear their own sins. 1

2.

Ramban: Refer to 22:15:1:2*.


1

Refer to 22:16:1:1. Rashi: In fact, this is one of the three places where R. Yishmael expound "Osam" (or "Oso") to mean 'themselves' (or himself). See Bamidbar 6:13 and Devarim 34:6.

3)

Why does the Pasuk conclude "ki Ani Hashem Mekadsham".

1.

Seforno: To teach us that the owner has only himself to blame for the ensuing punishment, since, having declared the Hekdesh, 1 he is not allowed to eat it, 2 because the Terumah was subsequently endorsed by Hashem, who personally sanctified it. 3


1

Refer to 22:9:1:1*.

2

Refer to 22:16:1:1*

3

Refer to 22:9:3:1.

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