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“If a man sells his daughter 1 as a female servant, 2 she will not go out as the male servants do.
You may buy it from your fellow citizen according to the number of years since 1 the last jubilee; he may sell it to you according to the years of produce that are left. 2
Moreover, 1 the open field areas of their cities 2 must not be sold, because that is their perpetual possession.
“‘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
If your fellow Hebrew 1 – whether male or female 2 – is sold to you and serves you for six years, then in the seventh year you must let that servant 3 go free. 4
“‘Surely anything which a man permanently dedicates to the Lord 1 from all that belongs to him, whether from people, animals, or his landed property, must be neither sold nor redeemed; anything permanently dedicated is most holy to the Lord.
She said, “I will indeed go with you. But you will not gain fame 1 on the expedition you are undertaking, 2 for the Lord will turn Sisera over to a woman.” 3 Deborah got up and went with Barak to Kedesh.
“Every seven years each of you must free any fellow Hebrews who have sold themselves to you. After they have served you for six years, you shall set them free.” 1 But your ancestors did not obey me or pay any attention to me.