The Law Regarding Offerings1 And the lord spoke to Moses, saying, 2 Speak to the sons of Israel, and say to them, Whenever you should enter into the land of your dwelling, which I give to you, 3 and you shall offer yield offerings to the lord, or a whole burnt-offering, or sacrifice offering to magnify a vow, or concerning a voluntary offering, or in your holiday feasts, you shall offer a scent of pleasant aroma to the lord, either from the oxen or from the sheep. 4 That [3shall bring 1the 2one offering] his gift to the lord being a sacrifice of fine flour -- the tenth of the ephah, being prepared in olive oil, in a fourth of the hin. 5 And wine for a libation offering, the fourth of the hin, you shall offer upon the whole burnt-offering, or upon the sacrifice offering to the [2lamb 1one]. 6 And for the ram, whenever you offer it for a whole burnt-offering or for a sacrifice offering, you shall prepare a sacrifice of fine flour -- two tenths being prepared in olive oil, the third of the hin. 7 And wine for a libation, the third of the hin, you shall offer for a scent of pleasant aroma to the lord. 8 But if from the oxen you should offer for a whole burnt-offering, or for a sacrifice offering to magnify a vow, or for a deliverance offering to the lord, 9 then he shall bring with the calf for a sacrifice offering of fine flour, three tenths being prepared in olive oil, a half of the hin. 10 And the wine for a libation, the half of the hin -- a yield offering scent of pleasant aroma to the lord. 11 Thus you shall offer for the [2calf 1one], or the [2ram 1one], or the [2lamb 1one] from the sheep, or a kid of the goats. 12 According to the number which ever you should offer, so you shall do to the one, according to their number. 13 Every native born shall offer thus, such as to bring yield offerings for a scent of pleasant aroma to the lord. 14 And if a foreigner among you should unite in your land, or who ever was born to you among your generations, and he shall offer a yield offering scent of pleasant aroma to the lord, in which manner you do yourselves -- so shall [3offer 1the 2congregation] to the lord. 15 [2law 1One] will be to you and to the foreigners lying near to you, [2law 1an eternal] unto your generations. As you, also the foreigner will be before the lord. 16 [3law 2one 1There shall be], and [3ordinance 2one 1there shall be] to you and to the foreigner lying near to you. 17 And the lord spoke to Moses, saying, 18 Speak to the sons of Israel! And you shall say to them, In your entering into the land, into which I bring you there, 19 that it will be whenever you yourselves should eat from the bread loaves of the land, you shall remove a cut-away portion as a separation offering to the lord, a first-fruit of your batch of dough. 20 [2bread 1You shall separate] as a cut-away portion to him. As a cut-away portion from the threshing-floor, thus shall you remove it. 21 As first-fruit of your batch, even you shall give it to the lord as cut-away portion for your generations. 22 And whenever you should miss entirely, and should not observe all these commandments which the lord spoke to Moses; 23 as the lord gave orders for you by the hand of Moses, from the day of which the lord gave orders to you and beyond unto your generations; 24 that it shall be if from the eyes of the congregation it should happen unintentionally, then [4shall offer 1all 2the 3congregation] [2calf 1one] from the oxen, unblemished, for a whole burnt-offering, for a scent of pleasant aroma to the lord, and this sacrifice offering, and its libation, according to its arrangement, and [2winter yearling 3from out of 4the goats 1one] for a sin offering. 25 And [3shall make atonement 1the 2priest] for all the congregation of the sons of Israel, and it shall be forgiven them, for it is unintentional. And they brought their gift, a yield offering to the lord for their sins, before the lord for their unintentional sins. 26 And [5it shall be forgiven 1to all 2the congregation 3of the sons 4of Israel], and to the foreigner lying near to you, for to all the people it is unintentional. 27 And if [2soul 1one] should sin unintentionally, he shall lead forward one goat of a year old for a sin offering. 28 And [3shall atone 1the 2priest] for the soul of the one acting unintentionally, and sinning unintentionally before the lord, to atone for him, and to forgive him. 29 To the native inhabitant among the sons of Israel, and to the foreigner lying near to them, [3law 2one 1there shall be] to them, who ever should do it unintentionally. 30 And the soul who shall do a thing by hand through pride -- of the native born, or of the foreigners -- [3God 1this one 2provokes], and [2shall be utterly destroyed 1that soul] from out of its people, 31 for the word of the lord he treated as worthless, and his commandments he effaced; by obliteration [2shall be obliterated 1that soul]; his sin be on him. 32 And [4were 1the 2sons 3of Israel] in the wilderness, and they found a man collecting together wood on the day of the Sabbath. 33 And [6led 7him forward 1the ones 2finding 3him 4collecting 5wood] to Moses and Aaron, and to all the congregation of the sons of Israel. 34 And they put him under guard, [3not 1for 2they did] interpret what they should do with him. 35 And the lord spoke to Moses, saying, Unto death put to death the man! You shall stone him with stones -- all the congregation outside the camp. 36 And [4led 5him 1all 2the 3congregation] outside the camp; and they stoned him, as the lord gave orders to Moses. 37 And the lord spoke to Moses, saying, 38 Speak to the sons of Israel! And you shall say to them, and let them make for themselves decorative hems upon the borders of their cloaks throughout their generations. And you shall place upon the decorative hems of the borders yarn of blue. 39 And it will be to you in the decorative hems, that as you shall see them, then [5shall be remembered 1all 2the 3commandments 4of the lord]. And you shall do them, and you shall not turn aside after your own considerations, and after your eyes in which you fornicate after them, 40 so that you should remember and should do all my commandments. And you shall be holy to your God. 41 I am the lord your God, the one leading you from out of the land of Egypt, to be your God. I am the lord your God.
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