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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.
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
Certainly a man cannot rescue his brother; 1 he cannot pay God an adequate ransom price 2
In time of famine 1 he will redeem you from death, and in time of war from the power of the sword. 2
Or ‘Deliver me 1 from the enemy’s power, 2 and from the hand of tyrants 3 ransom 4 me’?
O God, rescue 1 Israel from all their distress! 2
But I have integrity! 1 Rescue me 2 and have mercy on me!
Deliver me 1 from oppressive men, so that I can keep 2 your precepts.
He will deliver 1 Israel from all the consequences of their sins. 2
1 Zion will be freed by justice, 2 and her returnees by righteousness. 3
“I will deliver you from the power of the wicked. I will free you from the clutches of violent people.”
And those that must be redeemed you are to redeem when they are a month old, according to your estimation, for five shekels of silver according to the sanctuary shekel (which is twenty gerahs).
He redeemed my life 1 from going down to the place of corruption, and my life sees the light!’
Rise up and help us! Rescue us 1 because of your loyal love!
Come near me and redeem me! 1 Because of my enemies, rescue me!
My lips will shout for joy! Yes, 1 I will sing your praises! I will praise you when you rescue me! 2
I will signal for them and gather them, for I have already redeemed them; then they will become as numerous as they were before.
The firstborn of every womb which they present to the Lord, whether human or animal, will be yours. Nevertheless, the firstborn sons you must redeem, 1 and the firstborn males of unclean animals you must redeem.
Any human being who is permanently dedicated 1 must not be ransomed; such a person must be put to death.
The king swore an oath: “As certainly as the Lord lives (he who has rescued me 1 from every danger),