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It is better for you not to vow than to vow and not pay it. 1
and how he made a vow to the Lord, and swore an oath to the powerful ruler of Jacob. 1
When you make a vow 1 to God, do not delay in paying it. 2 For God 3 takes no pleasure in fools: Pay what you vow!
If you refrain from making a vow, it will not be sinful.
“If a young 1 woman who is still living 2 in her father’s house makes a vow to the Lord or places herself under an obligation,
If she made the vow in her husband’s house or put herself under obligation with an oath,
Whatever you vow, you must be careful to do what you have promised, such as what you have vowed to the Lord your God as a freewill offering.
Jephthah made a vow to the Lord, saying, “If you really do hand the Ammonites over to me,
Make vows to the Lord your God and repay them! Let all those who surround him 1 bring tribute to the awesome one!
The men feared the Lord 1 greatly, 2 and earnestly vowed 3 to offer lavish sacrifices 4 to the Lord. 5
But as for me, I promise to offer a sacrifice to you with a public declaration 1 of praise; 2 I will surely do 3 what I have promised. 4 Salvation 5 belongs to the Lord!” 6
“This is the law 1 of the Nazirite who vows to the Lord his offering according to his separation, as well as whatever else he can provide. 2 Thus he must fulfill 3 his vow that he makes, according to the law of his separation.”
If he is too poor to pay the conversion value, he must stand the person before the priest and the priest will establish his conversion value; 1 according to what the man who made the vow can afford, 2 the priest will establish his conversion value.
“Speak to the Israelites, and tell them, ‘When either a man or a woman 1 takes a special vow, 2 to take a vow 3 as a Nazirite, 4 to separate 5 himself to the Lord,
So Israel made a vow 1 to the Lord and said, “If you will indeed deliver 2 this people into our 3 hand, then we will utterly destroy 4 their cities.”
You will not be allowed to eat in your villages your tithe of grain, new wine, olive oil, the firstborn of your herd and flock, any votive offerings you have vowed, or your freewill and personal offerings.
When you make a vow to the Lord your God you must not delay in fulfilling it, for otherwise he 1 will surely 2 hold you accountable as a sinner. 3
After four 1 years Absalom said to the king, “Let me go and repay my vow that I made to the Lord while I was in Hebron.
For I made this vow 1 when I was living in Geshur in Aram: ‘If the Lord really does allow me to return to Jerusalem, 2 I will serve the Lord.’”
The Lord will reveal himself to the Egyptians, and they 1 will acknowledge the Lord’s authority 2 at that time. 3 They will present sacrifices and offerings; they will make vows to the Lord and fulfill them.