The Temple Institute: A Day in the Life of the Holy Temple: The Service of the Menorah - "Improving" Each Flame

The Service of the Menorah - "Improving" Each Flame

This priest now attends to the service of the menorah, which consists of removing used residue of spent wicks and oil from the individual lamps, and preparing new wicks to be kindled. He must also replenish the full measure of oil for each light, which is 1/2 of a lug.

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