So the soldiers released the captives and the plunder before the officials and the entire assembly.
Hurl lightning bolts and scatter them! Shoot your arrows and rout them! 1
And immediately the man’s 1 ears were opened, his tongue loosened, and he spoke plainly.
But if when her husband hears it he overrules her, then he will nullify 1 the vow she has taken, 2 and whatever she uttered impulsively which she has pledged for herself. And the Lord will release her from it.
You will be free from your oath 1 if you go to my relatives and they will not give her to you. Then you will be free from your oath.’
and the one who sent the goat away to Azazel 1 must wash his clothes, bathe his body in water, and afterward he may reenter the camp.
If it is not redeemed before the full calendar year is ended, 1 the house in the walled city 2 will belong without reclaim 3 to the one who bought it throughout his generations; it will not revert in the jubilee.
Moreover, as for you, because of our covenant relationship secured with blood, I will release your prisoners from the waterless pit.
Be careful lest you entertain the wicked thought that the seventh year, the year of cancellation of debts, has almost arrived, and your attitude 1 be wrong toward your impoverished fellow Israelite 2 and you do not lend 3 him anything; he will cry out to the Lord against you and you will be regarded as having sinned. 4
So I, the Lord, say: “You have not really obeyed me and granted freedom to your neighbor and fellow countryman. 1 Therefore, I will grant you freedom, the freedom 2 to die in war, or by starvation or disease. I, the Lord, affirm it! 3 I will make all the kingdoms of the earth horrified at what happens to you. 4
The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, 1 the God of our forefathers, 2 has glorified 3 his servant 4 Jesus, whom you handed over and rejected 5 in the presence of Pilate after he had decided 6 to release him.
The angel 1 then 2 threw him into the abyss and locked 3 and sealed it so that he could not deceive the nations until the one thousand years were finished. (After these things he must be released for a brief period of time.)
If you do not release 1 my people, then I am going to send 2 swarms of flies 3 on you and on your servants and on your people and in your houses. The houses of the Egyptians will be full of flies, and even the ground they stand on. 4
If he has not prospered enough to refund 1 a balance to him, then what he sold 2 will belong to 3 the one who bought it until the jubilee year, but it must revert 4 in the jubilee and the original owner 5 may return to his property.
Whatever someone among the Levites might redeem – the sale of a house which is his property in a city – must revert in the jubilee, 1 because the houses of the cities of the Levites are their property in the midst of the Israelites.