What should the offering of the poor to God be like?

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The shadow rituals of heavenly facts need physical objects for man, and sometimes they cannot be acquired because of people's poverty. Thus God has used alterations by limiting the poor, not because the right is changed, but because love can understand the difficulty of each person in the world in which he lives.

Thus we have "if their possessions are not enough for small cattle" 1 , ie the limit is not in God is in man, if man cannot have small cattle then God delimits a necessary factor for man. This can be seen in other facts, for example, David ate of the holy bread "they ate the bread of the proposition, which it was not lawful for him to eat, nor to his companions, but only to the priests" 2 , and even the priests worked on the Sabbath. " in the law that on Saturdays the priests in the temple violate the sabbath, and are blameless, " 2 all these factors are linked to needs.

One of the basic rules of everything is that a need is not a rule. So when you are hungry and at risk of death, you can eat the holy bread, but this is not to eat, it is a case of necessity. Now if the priest does not light the fire in the sanctuary on the Sabbath or does he put out who would light the fire for the sacrifice? In other words, the limiting can never determine the whole.

For example, the rituals of Yom Kippur were performed by the shrine, and throughout the year the shrine prepared for the day of atonement, the shrine as opposed to being poor, was made up of many possessions of the people's gifts, so the ritual system could not be made different from the established rule. Whether it was goats, fire, or any material in the rite, there was no shortage, and in fact it cannot compare with a starving person or one who has no money for sheep or small cattle.

In fact a person who tries to idealize that except for an individual's poverty, is brought to the wealthy priests, has a rational problem in which when giving alms to a poor man, he should automatically separate such for a rich man, which really tends to be a deviation of reason.

When we read about the offered doves, there is a lack of blood for the altar, and so it is necessary to draw blood from a dove, to the point of falling on the altar, if you use only one dove and offer the blood like a lamb. it would not fall upon the altar like a lamb. Thus one is the extraction of the blood, and the other the ritual in an attempt to resemble the lamb. But why did this happen? Because of the poverty of the individual who wanted to participate in the sacrifice and could not. Now if such had possessions this was not the ritual to be done. It may be noted that if poverty is at greater levels we have, "He shall bring the tenth part of an ephah of a flower of flour for a sin offering; he shall not pour oil on it, nor put frankincense upon it, for it is a sin offering;" 1, ie we have flour as an offering, why? Because the person is poor. What is the right offer? A small cattle, and what was the dice? Flour, then we will build that because of man's need, then the rule would be to represent Jesus as flour? No way. Neither where there is no need because of poverty or difficulty will we say that one ritual is another. But kindness is not an excuse to break the rules, but to understand people's difficulties.

Now what is the meaning of offering a dove or meal for a sin offering in the priestly concept? Now it represents that God understands the poverty of man and tries to adjust factors so that man feels participant even though he is poor. Because it is a change from the shadow ideal, it would be the shadow of the shadow. Just as the shadow cannot be more complete than the real, and the shadow of the shadow cannot be more complete than the shadow.

Now the shadow determines that "and without shedding of blood there is no remission" 3 , now does the shadow of the shadow because of poverty determine to offer flour? Yes, now then one cancels out "and without shedding of blood there is no remission" 3 , not the shadow of the shadow does not nullify the shadow, so that the shadow does not nullify the true. But if there were no poverty, he offered the shadow, and the shadow could not be made.

In fact one cannot nullify the shadow by observing the shadow of the shadow, so the shadow of the shadow that surrounds flour cannot overcome the shadow of the lamb, nor can the lamb cancel the sacrifice of Jesus. Note that to be able to observe that a thing is shadow of shadow, one must have an organization of texts that clearly demarcate that such is the shadow of shadow. Now it is easy to know that the flour in the text is a shadow of the shadow of the sin offering made by the small cattle.

It is therefore a factor entirely of a concept of ignorance to try to see the shadow shadow of one subject, and to try to nullify the shadow of another subject, because there was shadow shadow other than shadow. In fact, for example, the yom kippur goats that are linked to a rich group forming the shadow, comparing flour to the goat, would determine that the shadow of the shadow is more important than the shadow, and that is an irrational action.

Now the foundation of the concept of the dove, and flour is linked to poverty, ie the core of the texts is to adapt the poor, since the goat does not have the function of adjusting the poor, because the group in action is rich. So to say that a poor person has the same chances of getting an object is extremely a factor of ignorance. So much so that God set standards for the poor.

Thus the use of flour as a sin offering is not wrong if one has no possessions, but the correct shadow is to offer small cattle.

References

  1. Lev 5: 7 But if their possessions are not sufficient for small cattle, then he will bring to the Lord, as his trespass offering for what he has sinned, two turtledoves, or two lovebirds; one as a sin offering and the other as a burnt offering; 
    Lev 5: 8 And he shall bring them unto the priest, who shall offer first him that is for the sin offering, and shall cleave his head to his neck, but shall not break it; 
    Lev 5: 9 And the blood of the sin offering shall sprinkle upon the altar wall, but what is left of that blood shall be sprinkled at the base of the altar. It is a sin offering. 
    Lev 5:10 And he shall make a burnt offering on the other according to the ordinance; And the priest shall make atonement for him for the sin which he hath committed, and he shall be forgiven.
    Lev 5:11 But if their possessions are not sufficient for two turtledoves, or two young pigeons, then they shall bring an tenth part of an ephah of fine flour for a sin offering; He shall not pour oil on him, nor put frankincense on him, because he is a sin offering. 
    Lev 5:12 And shall bring it to the priest, who shall take a handful as a memorial for the offering, and burn it upon the altar upon the burnt offerings of the LORD; It is a sin offering. 
    Lev 5:13 And the priest shall make atonement for him for his sin which he has done in any of these things, and he shall be forgiven; and the rest shall belong to the priest as a grain offering. 
    Lev 5:14 And the LORD said unto Moses,
    Lev 5:15 If any man commit a trespass, and sin for ignorance in the holy things of the Lord, then shall he bring to the Lord, as his trespass offering, a flawless ram of the flock, according to thy estimation in silver shekels, the shekel of the sanctuary for a trespass offering.
  2. Mat 12: 3 And he said unto them, Did ye not read what David did when he was hungry, he and his companions? 
    Mat 12: 4 How did he enter into the house of God, and how did they eat the showbread, which it was not lawful for him to eat, neither for his companions, but only for the priests? 
    Mat 12: 5 Have ye not read in the law, that on the sabbath the priests in the temple break the sabbath, and are without blame?
  3. Heb_9: 22 And almost all things according to the law are cleansed with blood; and without bloodshed there is no remission.


     

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