Class One. Bikurim, Teruma and the remaining grain correspond to 1) Yidden, 2) Torah and the world. This Ma’amar assumes the source of Yidden that is higher than Torah and Mitzvos. But to reveal this we need Tefilla, thus in this Ma’amar Bikurim is Tefilla, and as it is done each day three times! Class Two. Davening helps us access the essence of the Neshama that is higher than Torah and Mitzvos. In Golus the setback results in an advantage, that we get to daven every day three times, not like Bikurim brought once a year (by landowners) in the Beis HaMikdash.