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Leviticus 6

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1 And the Lord said unto Moses, saying:
2 if anyone sins and commits a crime before the Lord and shuts himself up before his neighbor in what is entrusted to him, or is laid upon him, or is stolen from him, or deceives his neighbor,
3 or he will find the lost and shut himself up in it, and swear falsely in something that people do and thus sin, -
4 then, having sinned and having become guilty, he must return the stolen that he had stolen, or that which had been taken away, or that he had been entrusted with what was entrusted to him, or that which he had lost;
5 or if he swore what he falsely, he must give in full and attach to it a fifth share and give to the one to whom he belongs, on the day of the offering of the sacrifice;
6 and for his guilt, let him sacrifice to the priest unto the priest from the herd of sheep a ram without fault, according to your judgment;
7 and the priest will cleanse him before the Lord, and forgiveness will be for him, no matter what he does, all that he has become guilty of.

eight And the Lord said unto Moses, saying:
nine command Aaron and his sons: this is the law of the burnt offering: let the burnt offering remain at the place of burning on the altar all night until morning, and let the fire of the altar burn on it.
ten and let the priest put on his linen clothes, and put on his linen linen dress on his body, and remove the ashes from the burnt offering, which burned the fire on the altar, and lay it beside the altar;
eleven and let him take off his clothes, and put on other clothes, and carry the ashes outside the camp to a clean place;
12 and let the fire on the altar burn, do not die out; and let the priest light firewood on it every morning, and lay out a burnt offering on it, and burn the fat of a peaceful sacrifice on it;
13 let the fire ceaselessly burn on the altar [and] not die out.

fourteen Here is the law on the offering of bread: the sons of Aaron must bring it before the Lord to the altar;
fifteen and let [the priest] take with his handful from the offering of bread and wheat flour and oil and all the Lebanon, which is on the sacrifice, and burn it on the altar: [it is] a pleasant fragrance in memory of the Lord;
16 And let Aaron and his sons eat the rest of him; unleavened shall eat it in a holy place, in the courtyard of the tabernacle of assembly let them eat it;
17 should not bake it with leaven. These things I give to them as a share of my sacrifices. This is a great shrine, like a sacrifice for sin and a sacrifice of conscription.
18 All male Aaronic descendants can eat her. This is the eternal place in your birth from the sacrifices of the Lord. Everything that touches them will be sanctified.
19 And the Lord said unto Moses, saying:
20 This is the offering from Aaron and his sons, which they will offer to the Lord on the day of his anointing: a tenth of the ephah of wheat flour is a constant sacrifice, half of this for the morning and half for the evening;
21 it should be cooked in a pan in the spruce; bring it full [in oil] in pieces, as a grain offering breaks into pieces; bring it to the sweet fragrance of the Lord;
22 and the priest, anointed in his place from his sons, must do this: this is the eternal statute of the Lord. All of it must be burned;
23 and every grain offering from the priest may everything be burned, not eaten.

24 And the Lord said unto Moses, saying:
25 say to Aaron and his sons: this is the law of the sin offering: the sin offering must be slain before the Lord in the place where the burnt offering is slain; it is a great shrine;
26 a priest making a sin offering should eat it; it must be eaten in a holy place, in the courtyard of the tabernacle of assembly;
27 all that touches her meat shall be sanctified; and if her blood was sprinkled with her blood, then she was sprinkled with om in a holy place;
28 the clay vessel in which it was boiled must break; if it was boiled in a copper vessel, then it should be cleaned and washed with water;
29th the whole masculine sex of the priestly family can eat it: this is a great shrine.
thirty and any sacrifice for sin, from which blood is brought into the tabernacle of the congregation for cleansing in the sanctuary, should not be eaten; it must be burned on fire.

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