The person who eats meat from the peace offering sacrifice which belongs to the Lord while his uncleanness persists 1 will be cut off from his people. 2
But if anyone who is unclean eats any meat of the fellowship offering belonging to the LORD, that person must be cut off from his people.
‘But the person who eats the flesh of the sacrifice of peace offerings which belong to the LORD, in his uncleanness, that person shall be cut off from his people.
Anyone who is ceremonially unclean but eats meat from a peace offering that was presented to the LORD must be cut off from the community.
But if you're not ritually clean and eat meat from the Peace-Offering for GOD, you will be excluded from the congregation.
But he who is unclean when he takes as food the flesh of the peace-offerings, which are the Lord’s, will be cut off from his people.
But those who eat flesh from the Lord’s sacrifice of well-being while in a state of uncleanness shall be cut off from their kin.
‘But the person who eats the flesh of the sacrifice of the peace offering that belongs to the LORD, while he is unclean, that person shall be cut off from his people.
But the soul
[of] the flesh
of the sacrifice
of peace offerings
that [pertain] unto the LORD
having his uncleanness
upon him, even that soul
shall be cut off
from his people
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from the peace offering
belongs to the Lord
while his uncleanness
persists will be cut off
from his people.
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1 tn Heb “and his unclean condition is on him.”
2 sn The exact meaning of this penalty clause is not certain. It could mean that he will be executed, whether by God or by man, he will be excommunicated from sanctuary worship and/or community benefits (cf. TEV, CEV), or his line will be terminated by God (i.e., extirpation), etc. See J. E. Hartley, Leviticus (WBC), 100; J. Milgrom, Leviticus (AB), 1:457-60; and B. A. Levine, Leviticus (JPSTC), 241-42 for further discussion.