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  • Joseph's master had him arrested and committed to the gaol where the king's prisoners were kept. And there in gaol he stayed. (Genesis 39, 20)

  • On the following day Moses said to the people, 'You have committed a great sin. But now I shall go up to Yahweh: perhaps I can secure expiation for your sin.' (Exodus 32, 30)

  • Moses then went back to Yahweh and said, 'Oh, this people has committed a great sin by making themselves a god of gold. (Exodus 32, 31)

  • if the one who sins is the anointed priest, thus making the people guilty, then for the sin which he has committed he must offer Yahweh a young bull, an unblemished animal from the herd, as a sacrifice for sin. (Leviticus 4, 3)

  • (or if the sin which he has committed is drawn to his attention), he must bring a he-goat as his offering, an unblemished male. (Leviticus 4, 23)

  • (or if the sin which he has committed is drawn to his attention), he must bring a she-goat as his offering for the sin which he has committed, an unblemished female. (Leviticus 4, 28)

  • He will then remove all the fat, as was done for the sheep in the communion sacrifice, and the priest will burn it as food burnt for Yahweh. This is how the priest must perform for him the rite of expiation for the sin which he has committed, and he will will be forgiven." (Leviticus 4, 35)

  • "if he is answerable in any of those cases, he will have to confess the sin committed. (Leviticus 5, 5)

  • As a sacrifice of reparation for the sin committed, he will bring Yahweh a female from the flock (sheep or goat) as a sacrifice for sin; and the priest will perform the rite of expiation for him to free him from his sin. (Leviticus 5, 6)

  • "If he cannot afford an animal from the flock as a sacrifice of reparation for the sin he has committed, he will bring Yahweh two turtledoves or two young pigeons -- one as a sacrifice for sin and the other as a burnt offering. (Leviticus 5, 7)

  • He will then offer the other bird as a burnt offering according to the ritual. This is how the priest must perform the rite of expiation for the person for the sin he has committed, and he will be forgiven. (Leviticus 5, 10)

  • "If he cannot afford two turtledoves or two young pigeons, he will bring a tenth of an ephah of wheaten flour as an offering for the sin committed; he must not mix oil with it or put incense on it, since this is a sacrifice for sin. (Leviticus 5, 11)


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