1Yahweh spoke to Moses and said, 2'Speak to the Israelites and say: "When you have arrived in the country where you are to live andwhich I am giving to you, 3and you burn food as an offering to Yahweh either as a burnt offering or as a sacrifice, whether inpayment of a vow, or as a voluntary gift, or on the occasion of one of your solemn feasts, from your herds andflocks as a smel pleasing to Yahweh: 4the offerer wil , as his personal gift to Yahweh, bring a cereal offering of one-tenth of an ephah of fineflour mixed with one-quarter of a hin of oil. 5You will also make a libation of wine, one-quarter of a hin to each lamb, in addition to the burntoffering or sacrifice. 6For a ram, you will make a cereal offering of two-tenths of an ephah of fine flour mixed with one-thirdof a hin of oil, 7and a libation of one-third of a hin of wine as a smel pleasing to Yahweh. 8If you offer a bul as a burnt offering or sacrifice, in payment of a vow or as a communion sacrifice forYahweh, 9in addition to the animal you wil offer a cereal offering of three-tenths of an ephah of fine flour mixedwith half a hin of oil, 10and you wil offer a libation of half a hin of wine, as food burnt as a smel pleasing to Yahweh. 11This wil be done for every bul , every ram, every lamb or kid. 12Whatever the number of victims you intend to offer, you wil do the same for each of them, howevermany there are. 13"Every citizen of the country wil act in this way whenever he offers food burnt as a smel pleasing toYahweh; 14and if an alien residing with you or with your descendants intends to offer food burnt as a smelpleasing to Yahweh, he wil do as you do. 15There wil be one law for you, members of the community, and the resident alien alike, a law bindingyour descendants for ever: before Yahweh you and the resident alien are no different.' 16One law, one statute, wil apply for you and the resident alien." ' 17Yahweh spoke to Moses and said, 18'Speak to the Israelites and say: "When you have entered the country to which I am bringing you, 19you wil set a portion aside for Yahweh when you eat that country's bread. 20You wil set one cake aside as the first-fruits of your dough; you will set this offering aside like theone set aside from your threshing. 21For al future generations you will set a portion of your dough aside for Yahweh. 22"If through inadvertence you fail in any of these orders which Yahweh has given to Moses 23(whatever orders Yahweh has given you or your descendants through Moses, from the day whenYahweh gave his orders), 24this is what must be done: "If it is an inadvertence on the part of the community, the community as awhole wil offer a young bull as a burnt offering, as a smell pleasing to Yahweh, with the prescribedaccompanying cereal offering and libation, and a he-goat as a sacrifice for sin. 25The priest wil perform the rite of expiation for the entire community of Israelites, and they wil beforgiven, since it was an inadvertence. Once they have brought their offering as food burnt for Yahweh, and havepresented their sacrifice for sin before Yahweh to make amends for their inadvertence, 26the whole community of Israelites wil be forgiven, as also the alien residing with them, since theentire people acted by inadvertence. 27"If it is an individual who has sinned by inadvertence, he wil offer a yearling kid as a sacrifice for sin. 28The priest wil perform the rite of expiation before Yahweh for the person who has gone astray owingto this sin of inadvertence and, expiation having been made for him, he will be forgiven; 29whether he is an Israelite citizen or a resident alien, you wil have one law for anyone who sins byinadvertence. 30"But the individual who acts deliberately, be he citizen or alien, commits an outrage against Yahweh,and such a man wil be outlawed from his people. 31Since he has treated Yahweh's word with contempt and has disobeyed his order, such a man wil beoutlawed absolutely and wil bear the consequences of his guilt." ' 32While the Israelites were in the desert, a man was caught gathering wood on the Sabbath day. 33Those who caught him gathering wood brought him before Moses, Aaron and the whole community. 34He was kept in custody, because the penalty he should undergo had not yet been fixed. 35Yahweh said to Moses, 'This man must be put to death. The whole community will stone him outsidethe camp.' 36The whole community took him outside the camp and stoned him til he was dead, as Yahweh hadordered Moses. 37Yahweh spoke to Moses and said, 38'Speak to the Israelites and tell them, for all generations to come, to put tassels on the hems of theirclothes and work a violet thread into the tassel at the hem. 39You wil thus have a tassel, and the sight of it wil remind you of al Yahweh's orders and how youare to put them into practice, and not follow the dictates of your own heart and eyes, which have led you to beunfaithful. 40'This wil remind you of all my orders; put them into practice, and you wil be consecrated to yourGod. 41I, Yahweh your God, have brought you out of Egypt, to be your God, I, Yahweh your God.'
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