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It is a Sabbath of complete rest for you, and you must humble yourselves on the ninth day of the month in the evening, from evening until evening you must observe your Sabbath.” 1
Outside the veil-canopy 1 of the congregation in the Meeting Tent Aaron 2 must arrange it from evening until morning before the Lord continually. This is a perpetual statute throughout your generations. 3
“‘If a man sells a residential house in a walled city, 1 its right of redemption must extend 2 until one full year from its sale; 3 its right of redemption must extend to a full calendar year. 4
He must calculate with the one who bought him the number of years 1 from the year he sold himself to him until the jubilee year, and the cost of his sale must correspond to the number of years, according to the rate of wages a hired worker would have earned while with him. 2
but if only a few years remain 1 until the jubilee, he must calculate for himself in keeping with the remaining years and refund it for his redemption.
the priest will calculate for him the amount of its conversion value until the jubilee year, and he must pay 1 the conversion value on that jubilee day as something that is holy to the Lord.
You must number them from thirty years old and upward to fifty years old, all who enter the company to do the work of the tent of meeting.
You must expel both men and women; you must put them outside the camp, so that 1 they will not defile their camps, among which I live.”
They must not leave any of it until morning, nor break any of its bones; they must observe it in accordance with every statute of the Passover.
1 On 2 the day that the tabernacle was set up, 3 the cloud 4 covered the tabernacle – the tent of the testimony 5 – and from evening until morning there was 6 a fiery appearance 7 over the tabernacle.
And when 1 the cloud remained only 2 from evening until morning, when the cloud was taken up 3 the following morning, then they traveled on. Whether by day or by night, when the cloud was taken up they traveled.
When they went up through the Negev, they 1 came 2 to Hebron where Ahiman, Sheshai, and Talmai, 3 descendants of Anak, were living. (Now Hebron had been built seven years before Zoan 4 in Egypt.)
When they came to the valley of Eshcol, they cut down from there a branch with one cluster of grapes, and they carried it on a staff 1 between two men, as well as some of the pomegranates and the figs.
“How long must I bear 1 with this evil congregation 2 that murmurs against me? I have heard the complaints of the Israelites that they murmured against me.
and your children will wander 1 in the wilderness forty years and suffer for your unfaithfulness, 2 until your dead bodies lie finished 3 in the wilderness.
Then the priest must wash 1 his clothes and bathe himself 2 in water, and afterward he may come 3 into the camp, but the priest will be ceremonially unclean until evening.
The one who gathers the ashes of the heifer must wash his clothes and be ceremonially unclean until evening. This will be a permanent ordinance both for the Israelites and the resident foreigner who lives among them.
“‘So this will be a perpetual ordinance for them: The one who sprinkles 1 the water of purification must wash his clothes, and the one who touches the water of purification will be unclean until evening. 2
“Let us 1 pass through your land; 2 we will not turn aside into the fields or into the vineyards, nor will we drink water from any well, but we will go along the King’s Highway until we pass your borders.”
So they defeated Og, 1 his sons, and all his people, until there were no survivors, 2 and they possessed his land.