Tamid as Kaparah?
Each day, we recite the 8 p'sukim from Bamidbar 28 (1-8) which detail the rules of the twice daily Tamid. The Tamid is an Olah but I'm not sure of the exact purpose of the sacrifice.
On weekdays, the text is preceded by a yehi ratzon which includes the following statement about our fervent wish for the future timple times:
"וְנַקְרִיב לְפָנֶֽיךָ קָרְבַּן הַתָּמִיד שֶׁיְּ֒כַפֵּר בַּעֲדֵֽנוּ כְּמוֹ שֶׁכָּתַֽבְתָּ עָלֵֽינוּ בְּתוֹרָתֶֽךָ"
According to that statement, textually, the communal korban tamid is designed to be for kaparah. Where in the text is it written?
I found a discussion which points out that there is a function of kaparah for all korbanot, and it, speaking of a Rashi in Yeshayahu 1:1
"The morning offering served as a kaparah for any wrongdoing done at night and the evening korban served as a kaparah for any wrongdoing done during the day. Whether that was the primary goal of the korban or an ancillary benefit, the fact remains that according to Rashi even the tamid served a kaparah function. "
So there is a EXPLANATION which indicates the role of kaparah, but is it written explicitly in the Torah?