28. The tenth is for the priests to offer sacrifices in the Temple. The eleventh is to redeem those rejected for offering. The twelfth is the offering of the woman who has given birth on the eighth day. The thirteenth is to strew salt over the sacrifices in the Temple. The fourteenth is to prepare the burnt offering according to its prescribed manner. The fifteenth is to prepare the sin offering according to its prescribed manner. The sixteenth is the eating of the holy things according to the custom of the priests. The seventeenth is the eating of the leftovers of the meal offerings. The eighteenth is to prepare the meal offering according to the prescribed manner. The nineteenth is to bring offerings to the Temple. The twentieth is to bring a vow or a free-will offering. The twenty-first is to bring offerings, holy things, in exchange for the newly born. The twenty-second is to sacrifice two daily offerings according to the prescribed manner. The twenty-third is to burn constant fire on the altar.
29. The twenty-fourth is to take of the ashes. The twenty-fifth is to light the candles of the candelabra. The twenty-sixth is to offer a meal offering daily. The twenty-seventh is to offer an additional offering on Shabbat. The twenty-eighth is to arrange bread and frankincense. The twenty-ninth is to offer an additional offering on the new moon. The thirtieth is to sacrifice on the seven days of the Pesach (Passover). The thirty-first is to offer a lamb as burnt offering on the day of the Omer. The thirty-second is to offer the Omer. The thirty-third is to offer an additional offering on Shavuot. The thirty-fourth is to offer two loaves of bread on Shavuot. The thirty-fifth is to offer an additional offering on Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year). The thirty-sixth is to offer an additional offering on Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement). The thirty-seventh is to offer an additional sacrifice on the seven days of Sukkot (the holiday of Booths). The thirty-eighth is to offer an additional offering on Shmini Atzeret. The thirty-ninth is to burn the remains in fire. The fortieth is to burn the holy things that became impure. The forty-first concerns the service of the high priest on Yom Kippur.
45. The words of the students of the teachers are like the remnants of the meal offerings. Others of greater strength, their Torah study is like the meal offerings proper, not their remnants. There are others whose Torah is eating the holy things and several victuals that are before the King. All the meal offerings and the dishes of offerings the Holy One, blessed be He, commanded to offer in His House, the Shechinah. This is the precept of bringing offering in the Temple, THE SHECHINAH, so that the verse will be fulfilled, "but let him that glories glory in this" (Yirmeyah 9:23), NAMELY IN THE SHECHINAH CALLED 'THIS.'