Leviticus, the third book of the Torah, contains very little “action”; it is primarily devoted to the rules governing the relationship of G d with the Jewish nation and with each person as an individual. The first two-and-a-half sections describe the procedures for offering sacrifices. The first section of the Book of Leviticus opens as G d calls out (Vayikra in Hebrew) to Moses, bidding him to enter the Tabernacle so He can teach him these procedures.