Mitzva Tracker

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This module mentions all mitzvot that appear in the Parsha 

There are 18 mitzvot in this Parsha

 

Mitzva #131- Every morning a priest must remove ashes from the top of the mizbeach

Mitzva #132- A fire must always burn on the top of the mizbeach

Mitzva #133- The fire on the mizbeach can never be extinguished

Mitzva #134- Kohanim must eat the leftovers from mincha offerings

Mitzva #135- Mincha offerings cannot contain leavened bread

Mitzva #136- Every day the High Priest must bring a special mincha offering

Mitzva #137- Any priest that offers a personal mincha offering must completely burn it

Mitzva #138- When offering a chatat the proper procedure must be followed

Mitzva #139- Certain Chatat offerings must be completely burned and may not be eaten

Mitzva #140- When offering an asham the proper procedure must be followed

Mitzva #141- When offering a shelamim the proper procedure must be followed

Mitzva #142- With all korbanot no meat may be left over after the allotted time for eating

Mitzva #143- If meat is left over, it must be burned

Mitzva #144- A korban which was brought with improper intentions cannot be eaten

Mitzva #145- A korban which becomes ritually impure may not be eaten

Mitzva #146- If a korban becomes ritually impure it must be burned

Mitzva #147- Forbidden fats (chelev) of an animal may not be eaten

Mitzva #148-  Blood of an animal may never be consumed