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The Wave Offering



The wave offering (Hebrew: tenufah תנופה) or sheaf offering or omer offering (korban omer) was an offering made by the Jewish priests to YAHUAH (Exodus 29:24, 26, 27; Leviticus 7:20-34; 8:27; 9:21; 10:14, 15, etc.). The sheaf or omer or wave-offering then became the property of the priests.

LEVITICUS 23:9-11. And Yahuah spoke to Moses saying, "speak to the children of Yisharal, and you shall say to them, 'When you come into the land which i give you, and shall reap it's harvest, then you shall bring a SHEAF of THE FIRST FRUITS of your harvest to the priest. AND HE SHALL WAVE THE SHEAF BEFORE YOU FOR YOUR ACCEPTANCE.


Waving the sheaf before Yahuah was for the peoples acceptance by Yahuah.The omer offering (Hebrew korban omer, minchat omer) was a grain sacrifice wave offering, brought to the temple in Jerusalem. The first-fruits was a sheaf of barley which was offered in connection with the Feast of Unleavened Bread, directly following the Passover. The first-fruits of the second harvest, the loaves of bread, are offered at Shavuot, and both were wave offerings. The leftover of the korban are kept by the kohen and was listed as one of the twenty-four priestly gifts.


The Levitical priests themselves were also offered to Yahuah by Aaron as a wave offering. Since we have no real priesthood or temple ,there is no need to follow "THE BIG BROTHER DOCTRINE." THE JEWS HAVE NEVER ACCEPTED THE FULFILLMENT OF ALL PROPHECY BY MASHIAK. They want to bring back Temple Worship and can't see that all the prophecies talk about His second coming, where he gathers His people Yisharal. They may have kept the word all those years but they don't understand what it means. Actually Yahusha kept it for His people of today.


The omer offering was discontinued following the destruction of the Second Temple. Since the destruction of the Temple, this offering in the Jewish religion is brought in word, rather than deed. Yahusha fulfilled this shadow by being the "First Fruits Sacrifice Wave Offering" of the New Creation. So really there is no need for us to accept the Jewish traditions of shadow worship and behave something that is already fulfilled. Yes Messiah fulfilled this sacrifice, His blood was sprinkled in Shamayim and He accepts all those who follow His Renewed Covenant, and are covered by his blood sacrifice.


ON FEAST DAYS WE JUST GET TOGETHER AND THE CENTRE OF OUR WORSHIP AND FEASTING IS YAHUSHA HIMSELF. WE ALREADY KNOW WHAT THE SHADOWS MEAN, NO NEED FOR A SERMON PUTTING EVERYONE THROUGH DOING TRADITIONS. WE ARE FREE TO CELEBRATE HIS LOVE IN EACH OTHER. COME PREPARED TO REJOICE AND CELEBRATE YAHUSHA.






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