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  • "I in my turn will go against them and bring them into the land of their enemies. Then their uncircumcised hearts will grow humble and then they will accept the punishment for their guilt. (Leviticus 26, 41)

  • "Abandoned, the country will keep its Sabbaths, as it lies deserted in their absence, and they will have to accept the punishment for their guilt, since they detested my customs and rejected my laws. (Leviticus 26, 43)

  • 'Speak to the Israelites: "If a man or woman commits any of the sins by which people break faith with Yahweh, that person incurs guilt. (Numbers 5, 6)

  • the man will bring his wife before the priest, and on her behalf make an offering of one-tenth of an ephah of barley meal. He will not pour oil over it or put incense on it, because this is a cereal offering for a case of suspicion, a memorial offering to recall guilt to mind. (Numbers 5, 15)

  • The husband will be guiltless, but the woman will bear the consequences of her guilt." ' (Numbers 5, 31)

  • "Yahweh, slow to anger and rich in faithful love, forgiving faults and transgression, and yet letting nothing go unchecked, punishing the parents' guilt in the children to the third and fourth generation." (Numbers 14, 18)

  • In your most faithful love, please forgive this people's guilt, as you have done from Egypt until now.' (Numbers 14, 19)

  • For forty days you reconnoitred the country. Each day will count as a year: for forty years you will bear the consequences of your guilt and learn what it means to reject me." (Numbers 14, 34)

  • Since he has treated Yahweh's word with contempt and has disobeyed his order, such a man will be outlawed absolutely and will bear the consequences of his guilt." ' (Numbers 15, 31)

  • Levi will discharge the duties of the Tent of Meeting, and the Levites will bear the consequences of their own guilt. This is a perpetual decree binding all your descendants: the Levites will have no heritage among the Israelites, (Numbers 18, 23)

  • I have perceived no guilt in Jacob, have seen no perversity in Israel. Yahweh his God is with him, and a royal acclamation to greet him. (Numbers 23, 21)

  • But if, having learnt of them, he annuls them later, he will bear the consequences for his wife's guilt." ' (Numbers 30, 16)


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