One sacrifice for one lamb. This is a shadow of the offering of God in His Son.
It was the judgement of God on Korah, a time of the law which he broke by challenging the man of God, Moses and God's High Priest, Aaron. Korah and his sons wrote a lot of Psalms, but when he came against God's chosen, he was put down.
This not only showed the fruits from the Promised Land and its blessings, but had a deeper meaning as the Grapes hanging between two men. Israel rejoiced with the goodness of the land. But the people believed 10 of the 12 spies that could only see walled fortified cities and giants in the land. They did not see themselves in the promise that God had made, but saw themselves as weak grasshoppers.
Only Joshua and Caleb believed God and tried to convince the people that they were well able to take this Promised Land and that they should go up at once. But the 10 spies had spoken fear and unbelief and the people listened to them rather than God. As it turned out, Joshua and Caleb were the only men of that generation to enter the promised land. God decreed that their unbelief in His promises would cause them to get what they said, that they would die in the wilderness.
The symbol of life in the grapes, was the symbol of Jesus on the cross where his life's blood was shed for all those of faith who will enter into the promises of God through the Grace of His Son. He was hung on the cross between two men who were criminals.
Jesus took the 3 pieces of bread that the Jews believe is Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob and taking the center piece said, “This is My Body which is given to you. Take and eat in remembrance of Me.”