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If her father refuses to give her to him, he must pay money for the bride price of virgins.
If you do take 1 the garment of your neighbor in pledge, you must return it to him by the time the sun goes down, 2
“If you encounter 1 your enemy’s ox or donkey wandering off, you must by all means return 2 it to him.
You are to overlay it with 1 pure gold, and you are to make a surrounding border of gold for it.
You are to make a surrounding frame 1 for it about three inches broad, and you are to make a surrounding border of gold for its frame.
It is to have two shoulder pieces attached to two of its corners, so it can be joined together. 1
they must wash 1 their hands and their feet so that they do not die. And this 2 will be a perpetual ordinance for them and for their descendants 3 throughout their generations.” 4
He overlaid it with pure gold, inside and out, and he made a surrounding border 1 of gold for it.
He overlaid it with pure gold, and he made a surrounding border of gold for it.
He made a surrounding frame for it about three inches wide, and he made a surrounding border of gold for its frame.
He must lay his hand on the head of the burnt offering, and it will be accepted for him to make atonement 1 on his behalf.
The law is the same for the sin offering and the guilt offering; 1 it belongs to the priest who makes atonement with it.
“‘As for the priest who presents someone’s burnt offering, the hide of that burnt offering which he presented belongs to him.
So Aaron approached the altar and slaughtered the sin offering calf which was for himself.
Any creature in the water that does not have both fins and scales is detestable to you.
But any other winged swarming thing that has four legs is detestable to you.
then whoever owns the house 1 must come and declare to the priest, ‘Something like an infection is visible to me in the house.’
Then Aaron is to present the sin offering bull which is for himself and is to make atonement on behalf of himself and his household.
If a man inflicts an injury on 1 his fellow citizen, 2 just as he has done it must be done to him –
If a man has no redeemer, but he prospers 1 and gains enough for its redemption, 2