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The wicked become 1 a ransom 2 for the righteous, and the faithless 3 are taken 4 in the place of the upright.
and if 1 God 2 is gracious to him and says, ‘Spare 3 him from going down to the place of corruption, I have found a ransom for him,’ 4
The ransom 1 of a person’s 2 life is his wealth, but the poor person hears no threat. 3
If a ransom is set for him, 1 then he must pay the redemption for his life according to whatever amount was set for him.
Moreover, you must not accept a ransom for the life of a murderer who is guilty of death; he must surely be put to death.
Be careful that 1 no one entices you with riches; do not let a large bribe 2 turn you aside.
He will not consider 1 any compensation; 2 he will not be willing, even if you multiply the compensation. 3
They are to eat those things by which atonement was made 1 to consecrate and to set them apart, but no one else 2 may eat them, for they are holy.
And you must not accept a ransom for anyone who has fled to a town of refuge, to allow him to return home and live on his own land before the death of the high priest. 1
Do not blame 1 your people Israel whom you redeemed, O Lord, and do not hold them accountable for the bloodshed of an innocent person.” 2 Then atonement will be made for the bloodshed.
Certainly 1 I am aware of 2 your many rebellious acts 3 and your numerous sins. You 4 torment the innocent, you take bribes, and you deny justice to 5 the needy at the city gate. 6
“When you take a census 1 of the Israelites according to their number, 2 then each man is to pay a ransom 3 for his life to the Lord when you number them, 4 so that there will be no plague among them when you number them.
The gold mice corresponded in number to all the Philistine cities of the five leaders, from the fortified cities to hamlet villages, to greater Abel, 1 where they positioned the ark of the Lord until this very day in the field of Joshua who was from Beth Shemesh.
Here I am. Bring a charge against me before the Lord and before his chosen king. 1 Whose ox have I taken? Whose donkey have I taken? Whom have I wronged? Whom have I oppressed? From whose hand have I taken a bribe so that I would overlook something? Tell me, 2 and I will return it to you!”