Thursday, February 5, 2009

Question #2

Also, a sister and I were reading and we were wondering what ordination means; like in the phrase "Ram of ordination".



Danger Ashley said...

Ordination was the ceremony when Aron and his sons became priests, so the Ram of Ordination was the ram that was sacrificed for this ceremony.

Mitchel Thomas Gonzalez said...

There is a first Ram and a 2nd Ram. The 2nd Ram is the one they ate with bread and stuff. Sounds yummy!!!I wounder what Ram taste like?

Lisa Nguyen said...

I'm guessing Ram taste like beef Mitch. No, not chicken, but BEEF. =)

thanks for answering. I'll make sure to pass this on to the other sister who was wondering this also! =)

Teena Phamster said...

yummy...ram (mouth watering) hahah.

Yea, I read the definition for ordination and it means, the act of receiving holy orders. The act of setting apart.

God has specific instructions in how the ram was to be sacrificed. It wasn't just some throw in the pot and eat.

It required that certain people had to lay their hands on the ram's head. Moses had to put some of the blood and put in on the right ear, not left. Also, on the right thumb, and the big toe of his right foot. Sounds fun huh? He then had to sprinkle the blood in various places....and it goes on and on.
I like to cook, so I understand the intricacies in making a great dish. God wanted the best and required it cooked to specificity!