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Minchah (grain /meat/ meal offering)
Perfect humanity of Mashiach. [e.g. absence of leaven (sin)] (Jn 1:14; Col 1:22; 2 Jn1:7)
And when any will offer a Minchah to Adonai, his offering shall be [of] fine flour; and he shall pour Shemen (oil) upon it, and put frankincense thereon:
2:2 And he shall bring it to Aharon's banim the Kohenim: and he shall take thereout his handful of the flour thereof, and of the Shemen (oil) thereof, with all the frankincense thereof; and the Kohen shall burn the memorial of it upon the altar, [to be] an offering made by fire, of a sweet savour to Adonai:
2:3 And the remnant of the Minchah[shall be] Aharon's and his banim: [it is] a thing most kadosh of the offerings of Adonai made by fire.
2:4 And if you bring an oblation of a Minchah baken in the oven, [it shall be] matzot challah of fine flour mingled with Shemen (oil), or matzot wafers anointed with Shemen (oil).
2:5 And if your oblation [be] a Minchah[baken] in a pan, it shall be [of] fine flour matzot, mingled with Shemen (oil).
2:6 You shall part it in pieces, and pour Shemen (oil) thereon: it [is] a Minchah.
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And if your oblation [be] a Minchah [baken] in the fryingpan, it shall be made [of] fine flour with Shemen (oil).
2:8 And you shall bring the Minchah that is made of these things to Adonai: and when it is presented to the Kohen, he shall bring it to the altar.
2:9 And the Kohen shall take from the Minchah a memorial thereof, and shall burn [it] upon the altar: [it is] an offering made by fire, of a sweet savour to Adonai.
2:10 And that which is left of the Minchah [shall be] Aharon's and his banim': [it is] a thing most kadosh of the offerings of Adonai made by fire.
Kol-haMinkha asher takrivu laAdonai lo teaseh chametz ki khal-seor vekhol-devash lo-taktiru mimenu isheh laAdonai:
No grain offering, which you shall bring to Adonai, shall be made with Se'or (leaven): for ye shall burn no Se'or (leaven), nor any devash (honey), in any offering of Adonai made by fire.
2:12 As for the oblation of the reshit (firstfruit offering), ye shall offer them to Adonai: but they shall not be burnt on the altar for a sweet savour.
And every oblation of your Minchah shall you season with salt; ![n99K2]
neither shall you suffer the salt of the BRIT of your Elohim to be lacking from your Minchah: with all thine offerings you shall offer salt.
2:14 And if you offer a Minchah of your bikkurim to Adonai, you shall offer for the Minchah of your bikkurim Aviv (green ears) of corn dried by the fire, [even] corn beaten out of Karmel.
2:15 And you shall put Shemen (oil) upon it, and lay frankincense thereon: it [is] a Minchah.
2:16 And the Kohen shall burn the memorial of it, [part] of the beaten corn thereof, and [part] of the Shemen (oil) thereof, with all the frankincense thereof: [it is] an offering made by fire to Adonai.
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Mincha meat grain offering The person who brought the minchah acknowledged the bounty of Elohim in providing the good things of life, represented by flour, frankincense, oil (and wine in the case of the drink offering). Minchah is also seen on Shabbat the challah bread and the salt. Minchah is a memorial feast, it is to be season with salt speaks of covenant relationship
fine flour matzot, mingled with Shemen (oil). Symbolically speaks of the moral perfection of the life Moshiach as "fine flour", without blemish by evil, fragrant to Elohim and filled with the Ruach Hakodesh (Shemen).The two essential ingredient are semolina of wheat and [olive] oil, Semolina is the purified wheat middlings of durum wheat used in making pasta; also, the coarse middlings are used for breakfast cereals and puddings.The term "semolina" derives from the Italian word "semola" that derives from the ancient Latin simila, meaning "flour," itself a borrowing from Greek σεμῖδαλις "groats." Though present in Latin and Greek, the word is not Indo-European in origin, but a loan word from the Semitic root smd - to grind into groats. The root is attested in Arabic, Aramaic and Akkadian. In Arabic, semolina is referred to as samîd, also spelled sameed.
Memorial azkarah Zakar to remember, Remembrance Feast, words mention 3 times,