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Korban and Ketoret The Temple was the place where offerings described in the course of the Hebrew Bible were carried out, including daily morning and afternoon offerings and special offerings on Sabbath and Jewish holidays. Levites recited Psalms at appropriate moments during the offerings, including the Psalm of the Day, special psalms for the new monthand other occasions, the Hallel during major Jewish holidays, and psalms for special sacrifices such as the "Psalm for the Thanksgiving Offering" Psalm As part of the daily offering, a prayer service was performed in the Temple which was used as the basis of the traditional Jewish morning service recited to this day, including well-known prayers such as the Shemaand the Priestly Blessing.
The Mishna describes it as follows: The superintendent said to them, bless one benediction!
They pronounced three benedictions with the people present: Blessed is He who receives the service of His people Israel with favor" similar to what is today the 17th blessing of the Amidahand the Priestly Blessing, and on the Sabbath they recited one blessing; "May He who causes His name to dwell in this House, cause to dwell among you love and brotherliness, peace and friendship" on behalf of the weekly Priestly Guard that departed.
Tractates of the order deal with the sacrifices of animals, birds, and meal offeringsthe laws of bringing a sacrifice, such as the sin offering and the guilt offeringand the laws of misappropriation of sacred property.
In addition, the order contains a description of the Second Temple tractate Middotand a description and rules about the daily sacrifice service in the Temple tractate Tamid. The Jerusalem Talmud has no Gemara on any of the tractates of Kodashim.
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March Main article: Jewish services Part of the traditional Jewish morning service, the part surrounding the Shema prayer, is essentially unchanged from the daily worship service performed in the Temple. They are recited during the times their corresponding offerings were performed in the Temple.
The Temple is mentioned extensively in Orthodox services. Conservative Judaism retains mentions of the Temple and its restoration, but removes references to the sacrifices. References to sacrifices on holidays are made in the past tense, and petitions for their restoration are removed. Mentions in Orthodox Jewish services include: A daily recital of Biblical and Talmudic passages related to the korbanot sacrifices performed in the Temple See korbanot in siddur.
References to the restoration of the Temple and sacrificial worships in the daily Amidah prayer, the central prayer in Judaism. A traditional personal plea for the restoration of the Temple at the end of private recitation of the Amidah.
A prayer for the restoration of the "house of our lives" and the shekhinah divine presence "to dwell among us" is recited during the Amidah prayer. Recitation of the Psalm of the day; the psalm sung by the Levites in the Temple for that day during the daily morning service.
Numerous psalms sung as part of the ordinary service make extensive references to the Temple and Temple worship.
Recitation of the special Jewish holiday prayers for the restoration of the Temple and their offering, during the Mussaf services on Jewish holidays. An extensive recitation of the special Temple service for Yom Kippur during the service for that holiday.
Special services for Sukkot Hakafot contain extensive but generally obscure references to the special Temple service performed on that day.
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