But Jacob 1 said to him, “My lord knows that the children are young, 2 and that I have to look after the sheep and cattle that are nursing their young. 3 If they are driven too hard for even a single day, all the animals will die.
Moses said, “We will go with our young and our old, with our sons and our daughters, and with our sheep and our cattle we will go, because we are to hold 1 a pilgrim feast for the Lord.”
And whatever holy thing he violated 1 he must restore and must add one fifth to it and give it to the priest. So the priest will make atonement 2 on his behalf with the guilt offering ram and he will be forgiven.” 3
and must bring a flawless ram from the flock, convertible into silver shekels, 1 for a guilt offering to the priest. So the priest will make atonement 2 on his behalf for his error which he committed 3 (although he himself had not known it) and he will be forgiven. 4
but the entrails and the legs he washed with water, 1 and Moses offered the whole ram up in smoke on the altar – it was a burnt offering for a soothing aroma, a gift to the Lord, just as the Lord had commanded Moses. 2
Then he slaughtered the ox and the ram – the peace offering sacrifices which were for the people – and Aaron’s sons handed 1 the blood to him and he splashed it against the altar’s sides.
But if the individual has no close relative 1 to whom reparation can be made for the wrong, the reparation for the wrong must be paid to the Lord 2 for the priest, in addition to the ram of atonement by which atonement is made for him.
All the animals for the burnt offering were 12 young bulls, 12 rams, 12 male lambs in their first year, with their grain offering, and 12 male goats for a purification offering.
All the animals for the sacrifice for the peace offering were 24 young bulls, 60 rams, 60 male goats, and 60 lambs in their first year. These were the dedication offerings for the altar after it was anointed. 1
and you make an offering by fire to the Lord from the herd or from the flock (whether a burnt offering or a sacrifice for discharging a vow or as a freewill offering or in your solemn feasts) to create a pleasing aroma to the Lord,
“‘On the first day of each month 1 you must offer as a burnt offering to the Lord two young bulls, one ram, and seven unblemished lambs a year old,
with three-tenths of an ephah of finely ground flour mixed with olive oil as a grain offering for each bull, and two-tenths of an ephah of finely ground flour mixed with olive oil as a grain offering for the ram,
For their drink offerings, include 1 half a hin of wine with each bull, one-third of a hin for the ram, and one-fourth of a hin for each lamb. This is the burnt offering for each month 2 throughout the months of the year.
You must offer a burnt offering as a sweet aroma to the Lord: one young bull, one ram, and seven lambs one year old without blemish.
But you must offer a burnt offering as a pleasing aroma to the Lord, one young bull, one ram, and seven lambs one year old, all of them without blemish. 1
You must offer a burnt offering, an offering made by fire as a pleasing aroma to the Lord: thirteen young bulls, two rams, and fourteen lambs each one year old, all of them without blemish.
Their grain offering must be of finely ground flour mixed with olive oil, three-tenths of an ephah for each of the thirteen bulls, two-tenths of an ephah for each of the two rams,
But you must offer a burnt offering, an offering made by fire, as a pleasing aroma to the Lord, one bull, one ram, seven lambs one year old, all of them without blemish,