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Leviticus 3

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1 If the sacrifice is his peace sacrifice, and if he brings from cattle, male or female, let him bring it to the Lord, who has no vice,
2 and he will lay his hand on the head of his sacrifice, and will slaughter it at the door of the tabernacle of the congregation; the sons of Aaron, the priests, sprinkle blood on the altar from all sides;
3 and he will bring from the peace sacrifice to the Lord a fat covering the innards, and all fat that is on the innards,
4 and both the kidneys and the fat that is on them, which is on the quilts, and the omentum, which is on the liver; with kidneys he will separate it;
5 and the sons of Aaron will burn it on the altar, together with the burnt offering, which is on wood, on fire: [this is] a sacrifice, a fragrance pleasant to the Lord.

6 And if he brings a peaceful sacrifice to the Lord, male or female, from small livestock, let him bring it, which has no vice.
7 If he brings his sacrifice out of sheep, let him present it before the Lord,
eight and he will lay his hand on the head of his sacrifice, and will slay it before the tabernacle of the congregation, and the sons of Aaron will sprinkle its blood on the altar from all sides;
nine and let her fat, the whole fat tail, cut off him on the spine bone, and the fat covering the innards, and the entire fat that is on the innards, from the peace sacrifice to the Lord
ten and both the kidneys and the fat that is on them, which is on the quilts, and the omentum, which is on the liver; with kidneys he will separate it;
eleven the priest will burn it on the altar; [this] the food of fire is a sacrifice to the Lord.
12 And if he makes a sacrifice of goats, let him present it before the Lord,
13 and he will lay his hand on her head, and kill her before the tabernacle of the congregation, and the sons of Aaron will sprinkle her blood on the altar from all sides;
fourteen and he will bring from it an offering, as a sacrifice to the Lord, a fat covering the entrails, and all fat that is on the innards,
fifteen and both the kidneys and the fat that is on them, which is on the quilts, and the omentum, which is on the liver; with kidneys he will separate it
16 and the priest will burn them on the altar: [this] the food of fire is a sweet fragrance [to the Lord]; all fat to the Lord.
17 This decree is eternal in your generations, in all your dwellings; Do not eat any fat or blood.

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