1. The Gemara teaches that one must change into less elegant clothing when doing a lesser type of service before Hashem.
2. A Torah scholar must be careful not to wear stained clothing.
3. The public is obligated to support a Torah scholar who is involved solely with fulfilling the will of Hashem.
4. There is a dispute about whether Korbanos that are donated or pledged may be brought on Yom Tov.
5. There is a dispute about what is taught by the verse, "The Olah of Shabbos on its Shabbos."
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1. This is indicated by the fact that the Torah instructs the Kohen to change from his priestly garments into less elegant garments when he takes out the ashes. The reason for this is so that his special garments not become soiled when he removes the ashes.
2. He should appear clean and dignified as befitting a Torah scholar.
3. This means that they should ensure that he has at least what he needs to live, such as food and other essentials.
4. Rebbi Yishmael: They may be brought on Yom Tov. Rebbi Akiva: Only mandatory Korbanos may be brought on Yom Tov.
5. Rebbi Yishmael: This verse teaches that the fat from the Korban Tamid of Shabbos may be offered on Motza'i Shabbos, even if Motza'i Shabbos is Yom Kippur. Rebbi Akiva: This verse teaches that the fat from the Korban Tamid of Shabbos may be offered on Motza'i Shabbos, even if Motza'i Shabbos is Yom Tov, but not if it is Yom Kippur.