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Removing the Ash from the Altar

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Understanding the mitzvah of Terumat Hadeshen on five levels.
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The priestly service of removing the ash from the altar
Each morning a priest would remove from the altar a handful of the ashes from the sacrifices of the previous night and place them on the ground alongside it. When the remaining pile on the altar grew to be unduly manageable, the ashes would be removed and...
Remove the ash and the burning fire will appear
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