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I point to the Bracha in Shemoneh Esrei, "Retzei," which now focuses on the return of the sacrifices, but when the Beit HaMikdrash is rebuilt we will pray that the sacrifices are accepted and pleasing to God. You can also see from the Ma'amadot that representatives of the non-Levites were sent to the Beit HaMikdash to pray that the sacrifices be accepted, ...


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This does not mean that the festivals in the Torah will be abolished, but that the appreciation of the miracles and the redemption that occurs when the Mashiach comes and the temple is rebuilt will overshadow them. However, the Halachos of the Torah (including Yom Kippur) will continue. As an example chabad says The Midrash (Mishlei 9:2) teaches: "All ...



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