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2.10 Between the Evenings Leviticus 6

2.10 Between the Evenings Lev 6 [51]

The verse says;  It is the glory of Alohim to conceal a thing: but the honour of kings is to search out a matter. ~ Proverbs 25:2

Our search this week continues as we dive into Lev 6:20 

This is the offering of Aaron and of his sons, which they shall offer unto YAHUAH in the day when he is anointed; the tenth part of an ephah of fine flour for a meat offering perpetual, half of it in the morning, and half thereof at night.

Could there be something very unique and special that has been concealed here by Yahuah, with Him giving us the honor to search out this matter? 

While this verse has no mention of Beyn Ha Arbayim (between the evenings)  there is information in this verse that links to sacrifices that are connected to “Beyn Ha Arbayim”.  

The task this week is to figure out “what’s going on here?”  
Is Leviticus  6:20 one of those missing puzzle pieces that will break open some unique facts about the Passover Sacrifice?

Searching out this matter can be one of exploring many “bunny trails” “in and out”, but we’re going to search it out as we trust ABBA for more understanding – for His glory. 

The more puzzle pieces He reveals, the clearer the whole picture becomes…

We’re looking forward to YAHUAH revealing more of His mysteries to us by His Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) through the study of His word and the testimonies of others.

Question you should be able to answer after doing this study

  1. Does the term “beyn ha arbayim” have anything to do with Yahuah’s day-start as most theologians claim?
  2. Can we agree with theologions with what the term “beyn ha arbayim” means when they can’t even agree among themselves?
  3. How should we find the true meaning of the term “beyn ha arbayim” from Jewish tradition or a favorite self-professed scholar? Or should we investigate “beyn ha arbayim” thoroughly from Yahuah’s perfect Word and Torah?  Would you know how to attempt this research project?

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