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These are the animals you may eat: the ox, the sheep, the goat,
I will save my sheep; they will no longer be prey. I will judge between one sheep and another.
Tell the whole community of Israel, ‘In the tenth day of this month they each 1 must take a lamb 2 for themselves according to their families 3 – a lamb for each household. 4
“‘As for you, my sheep, this is what the sovereign Lord says: Look, I am about to judge between one sheep and another, between rams and goats.
“‘Therefore, this is what the sovereign Lord says to them: Look, I myself will judge between the fat sheep and the lean sheep.
“God will provide 1 for himself the lamb for the burnt offering, my son,” Abraham replied. The two of them continued on together.
Your lamb must be 1 perfect, 2 a male, one year old; 3 you may take 4 it from the sheep or from the goats.
“Every firstborn of the womb 1 belongs to me, even every firstborn 2 of your cattle that is a male, 3 whether ox or sheep.
As for an ox 1 or a sheep with a limb too long or stunted, 2 you may present it as a freewill offering, but it will not be acceptable for a votive offering. 3
You must not slaughter an ox or a sheep and its young 1 on the same day. 2
This is what is to be done 1 for each ox, or each ram, or each of the male lambs or the goats.
I have wandered off like a lost sheep. 1 Come looking for your servant, for I do not forget your commands.
Let me walk among 1 all your flocks today and remove from them every speckled or spotted sheep, every dark-colored lamb, 2 and the spotted or speckled goats. 3 These animals will be my wages. 4
If any household is too small 1 for a lamb, 2 the man 3 and his next-door neighbor 4 are to take 5 a lamb according to the number of people – you will make your count for the lamb according to how much each one can eat. 6
1 (21:37) 2 “If a man steals an ox or a sheep and kills it or sells it, he must pay back 3 five head of cattle for the ox, and four sheep for the one sheep. 4
Isaac said to his father Abraham, 1 “My father?” “What is it, 2 my son?” he replied. “Here is the fire and the wood,” Isaac said, 3 “but where is the lamb for the burnt offering?”
Every firstling 1 of a donkey you must redeem 2 with a lamb, and if you do not redeem it, then you must break its neck. 3 Every firstborn of 4 your sons you must redeem.
If the stolen item should in fact be found 1 alive in his possession, 2 whether it be an ox or a donkey or a sheep, he must pay back double. 3
Now the firstling 1 of a donkey you may redeem with a lamb, but if you do not redeem it, then break its neck. 2 You must redeem all the firstborn of your sons. “No one will appear before me empty-handed. 3
“‘Surely no man may consecrate a firstborn that already belongs to the Lord as a firstborn among the animals; whether it is an ox or a sheep, it belongs to the Lord. 1