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Leviticus 5

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one If anyone sins by hearing the voice of the curse and being a witness, or seeing, or knowing, but not declaring, then he will bear the sin.
2 Or if he touches something unclean, or the corpse of an unclean beast, or the corpse of cattle unclean, or the corpse of a reptile unclean, but did not know that, then he is unclean and guilty.
3 Or if he touches human impurity, any impurity from which they are defiled, and he did not know that, but after he finds out, he is guilty.
4 Or if someone recklessly swears by his lips to do something bad or good, whatever the matter is that people swear recklessly, and he did not know that, but after he finds out, then he is guilty of that.
5 If he is guilty of any of these, and confesses what he sinned,
6 then let him bring to the Lord for his sin, with which he sinned, a sacrifice of service from small livestock, a sheep or a goat, for sin, and the priest will cleanse him of his sin.

7 If he is not able to bring the sheep, then as a service for his sin, let him bring to the Lord two turtledoves or two young pigeons, one as a sacrifice for sin, and the other as a burnt offering;
eight let him bring them to the priest, and [the priest] will first present that [of these birds], which is for sin, and break her head from her neck, but will not separate it;
nine and sprinkle with blood this sacrifice for sin on the wall of the altar, and the rest of the blood will be driven out to the foot of the altar: it is a sacrifice for sin;
ten and he will use the other as a burnt offering, according to the establishment; and so the priest will cleanse him of his sin with which he sinned, and he will be forgiven.
eleven If he is not able to bring two doves and two young pigeons, let him offer a tenth of the wheat flour for the sin for the sin; let it not pour oil on her, and let Lebanon not lay on her, for it is a sin offering;
12 and he will bring it to the priest, and the priest will take from it a full handful in memory and burn it on the altar as a sacrifice to the Lord: this is a sin offering;
thirteen and so the priest will cleanse him of his sin with which he sinned in some of these [cases], and will be forgiven him; [the remainder] belongs to the priest, as a bread offering.

fourteen And the Lord said unto Moses, saying:
fifteen if anyone commits a crime and by mistake sins against the consecrated to the Lord, may he bring to the Lord from the flock of sheep a ram without blemish, according to your estimation, with silver shekels according to the shekel of the sacrifice, as a sacrifice of service;
sixteen for that shrine against which he sinned, let him reward and add the fifth share to it, and give it to the priest, and the priest will cleanse him with the ram of the sacrifice, and be forgiven him.
17 If someone sins and does something against the commandments of the Lord, which was not to be done, and through ignorance he becomes guilty and bears sin,
18 may he sacrifice a ram without sacrifice to the priest, according to your estimation, and the priest will make amends for his transgression, of which he transgressed through ignorance, and be forgiven him.
19 This is the sacrifice of conscription [by which] he was guilty before the Lord.

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