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You must not sacrifice to him 1 a bull or sheep that has a blemish or any other defect, because that is considered offensive 2 to the Lord your God.
This shall be the priests’ fair allotment 1 from the people who offer sacrifices, whether bull or sheep – they must give to the priest the shoulder, the jowls, and the stomach.
When you see 1 your neighbor’s 2 ox or sheep going astray, do not ignore it; 3 you must return it without fail 4 to your neighbor.
They annihilated with the sword everything that breathed in the city, 1 including men and women, young and old, as well as cattle, sheep, and donkeys.
They invaded the land 1 and devoured 2 its crops 3 all the way to Gaza. They left nothing for the Israelites to eat, 4 and they took away 5 the sheep, oxen, and donkeys.
David replied to Saul, “Your servant has been a shepherd for his father’s flock. Whenever a lion or bear would come and carry off a sheep from the flock,
As for Nob, the city of the priests, he struck down with the sword men and women, children and infants, oxen, donkeys, and sheep – all with the sword.
They will stay away from all the hills that were cultivated, for fear of the thorns and briers. 1 Cattle will graze there and sheep will trample on them. 2
You did not bring me lambs for your burnt offerings; you did not honor me with your sacrifices. I did not burden you with offerings; I did not make you weary by demanding 1 incense.
He was treated harshly and afflicted, 1 but he did not even open his mouth. Like a lamb led to the slaughtering block, like a sheep silent before her shearers, he did not even open his mouth. 2
“The people of Israel are like scattered sheep which lions have chased away. First the king of Assyria devoured them. 1 Now last of all King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon has gnawed their bones. 2
and one sheep from each flock of two hundred, from the watered places of Israel, for a grain offering, burnt offering, and peace offering, to make atonement for them, declares the sovereign Lord.
If a man gives his neighbor a donkey or an ox or a sheep or any beast to keep, and it dies or is hurt 1 or is carried away 2 without anyone seeing it, 3
“‘If he cannot afford an animal from the flock, 1 he must bring his penalty for guilt for his sin that he has committed, 2 two turtledoves or two young pigeons, 3 to the Lord, one for a sin offering and one for a burnt offering.
If she cannot afford a sheep, 1 then she must take two turtledoves or two young pigeons, 2 one for a burnt offering and one for a sin offering, and the priest is to make atonement on her behalf, and she will be clean.’” 3
Then Saul said, “Scatter out among the army and say to them, ‘Each of you bring to me your ox and sheep and slaughter them in this spot and eat. But don’t sin against the Lord by eating the blood.” So that night each one brought his ox and slaughtered it there. 1
So go now and strike down the Amalekites. Destroy everything that they have. Don’t spare 1 them. Put them to death – man, woman, child, infant, ox, sheep, camel, and donkey alike.’”
The one who slaughters a bull also strikes down a man; 1 the one who sacrifices a lamb also breaks a dog’s neck; 2 the one who presents an offering includes pig’s blood with it; 3 the one who offers incense also praises an idol. 4 They have decided to behave this way; 5 they enjoy these disgusting practices. 6
In all cases of illegal possessions, 1 whether for an ox, a donkey, a sheep, a garment, or any kind of lost item, about which someone says ‘This belongs to me,’ 2 the matter of the two of them will come before the judges, 3 and the one whom 4 the judges declare guilty 5 must repay double to his neighbor.