Laws Regarding Deliverance Offerings1 And this is the law of the ram for the trespass offering -- [2a holy 3of holies 1it is]. 2 In the place of which they slay the whole burnt-offering, they shall slay the ram of the trespass offering before the lord. And [2the 3blood 1he shall pour] upon the base of the altar round about. 3 And all the fat of it he shall offer of it, and the loin, and the fat covering up the entrails, and all the fat upon the entrails, 4 and the two kidneys, and the fat upon them by the thighs, and the lobe upon the liver, with the kidneys, he shall remove them. 5 And [3shall offer 4them 1the 2priest] upon the altar of the yield offering to the lord; [2for 3a trespass offering 1it is]. 6 Every male of the priests shall eat them; in [2place 1the holy] they shall eat -- [2a holy 3of holies 1it is]. 7 As the one concerning the sin offering, so also the trespass offering -- [2law 1there is one] for them. The priest, whoever shall atone for it, it shall be to him. 8 And the priest bringing the whole burnt-offering of a man, the skin of the whole burnt-offering which he offers will be his. 9 And every sacrifice offering which should be prepared in the oven, and all which shall be prepared upon a grate or upon a frying pan, of the priest offering it, it shall be his. 10 And every sacrifice offering being prepared in olive oil, and not being prepared with olive oil -- all of it [2for the 3sons 4of Aaron 1will be], to each equally. 11 This is the law of the sacrifice of deliverance which they shall bring to the lord. 12 If indeed for praise a man should offer it, then he shall bring upon the sacrifice of praise [2breads 1unleavened] made of fine flour, being prepared in olive oil, and [2pancakes 1unleavened] being smeared all over with olive oil, and fine flour being mixed with olive oil. 13 With [2breads 1leavened] he shall offer his gift with a sacrifice of praise of his deliverance. 14 And he shall bring from his offering one portion from all his gift offerings, a cut-away portion to the lord; for the priest who is pouring on the blood of the deliverance offering, it will be his. 15 And the meats of the sacrifice of praise of deliverance, it will be his. And in the day it is presented, it shall be eaten. They shall not leave behind of it into the morning. 16 And if [2a vow 1it should be], [2the 3voluntary offering 1he should sacrifice], the one of his gift offering; in which ever day he should bring his sacrifice, it shall be eaten and in the next morning. 17 And the thing being left from the meats of the sacrifice until [2day 1the third 4in 5fire 3shall be incinerated]. 18 And if in eating he should eat from the meats of the [2day 1third], it shall not be accepted to the one offering it; it shall not be imputed to him -- it is a defilement, and the soul who should eat of it, [2the 3sin 1he shall bear]. 19 And meats, whatever as much as touch any unclean thing, shall not be eaten; [2in 3fire 1it shall be incinerated]. Every one clean shall eat clean meats. 20 And the soul which ever should eat from the meats of the sacrifice of the deliverance, which is to the lord, then his uncleanness is upon him, [2shall be destroyed 1that soul] from its people. 21 And the soul which ever should touch any thing unclean, or from an uncleanness of man, or of the four-footed creatures of the unclean, or any abomination of an unclean thing, and should eat from the meats of the sacrifice of the peace offerings which is for the lord, [2shall be destroyed 1that soul] from its people. 22 And the lord spoke to Moses, saying, 23 Speak to the sons of Israel! saying, All fat of oxen and sheep and goats you shall not eat! 24 And the fat of decaying flesh, and that taken by wild beasts shall be appointed for all work, but for food it shall not be eaten. 25 Every one eating fat off the cattle, of which he will bring from them as a yield offering to the lord, [2shall be destroyed 1that soul] from its people. 26 All blood you shall not eat in all of your house, of either the cattle or of the birds. 27 Every soul which ever should eat blood, [2shall be destroyed 1that soul] from its people. 28 And the lord spoke to Moses, saying, 29 And to the sons of Israel you shall speak, saying, The one offering a sacrifice of his peace offerings to the lord, he shall bring his gift to the lord of the sacrifice of his deliverance offering. 30 His own hands shall bring the yield offerings to the lord; the fat upon the breast, and the lobe, the one upon the liver, he shall bring them so as to place a gift before the lord. 31 And [3shall offer 1the 2priest] the fat upon the altar. And [3shall be 1the 2breast] Aaron's and his sons. 32 And the [2shoulder 1right] you shall give as a cut-away portion to the priest from the sacrifices of your deliverance offering. 33 The one offering the blood of the deliverance offering, and the fat, of the sons of Aaron -- to him will be the [2shoulder 1right] for a portion. 34 For the breast of the increase offering and the shoulder of the cut-away portion I have taken from the sons of Israel from the sacrifices of your deliverance offering, and I gave them to Aaron to the priest and to his sons, [2law 1an eternal] for the sons of Israel. 35 This is the anointing of Aaron, and the anointing of his sons, of their portion of the yield offerings of the lord, in which day he brought them to officiate as priest to the lord; 36 in so far as the lord gave charge to give to them in which day he anointed them from the sons of Israel, [2law 1an eternal] unto their generations. 37 This is the law of the whole burnt-offerings, and of sacrifice, and for a sin offering, and of the trespass offering, and of the consecration, and of the sacrifice of deliverance offering, 38 in which manner the lord gave charge to Moses on mount Sinai, in which day he gave charge to the sons of Israel to bring their gift offerings before the lord in the wilderness of Sinai.
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