Talált 19 Eredmények: Jubilee

  • You will declare this fiftieth year to be sacred and proclaim the liberation of all the country's inhabitants. You will keep this as a jubilee: each of you will return to his ancestral property, each to his own clan. (Leviticus 25, 10)

  • This fiftieth year will be a jubilee year for you; in it you will not sow, you will not harvest the grain that has come up on its own or in it gather grapes from your untrimmed vine. (Leviticus 25, 11)

  • The jubilee will be a holy thing for you; during it you will eat whatever the fields produce. (Leviticus 25, 12)

  • "In this year of jubilee, each of you will return to his ancestral property. (Leviticus 25, 13)

  • In buying from your fellow-countryman, you will take account of the number of years since the jubilee; the sale-price he fixes for you will depend on the number of productive years still to run. (Leviticus 25, 15)

  • If he cannot find the sum in compensation, the property sold will remain in the possession of the purchaser until the jubilee year. In the jubilee year, the latter will vacate it and return to his own ancestral property. (Leviticus 25, 28)

  • and if the redemption has not been effected by the end of the year, the house in the walled town will become the property of the purchaser and his descendants in perpetuity; he need not vacate it at the jubilee. (Leviticus 25, 30)

  • But houses in villages not enclosed by walls will be considered as situated in the open country; they carry the right of redemption, and the purchaser will vacate them at the jubilee. (Leviticus 25, 31)

  • If a Levite is the one to be affected by the right of redemption, at the jubilee he will vacate the purchased property and return to his own home, to the town in which he has a title to property. The houses in the Levites' towns represent their ancestral property in Israel, (Leviticus 25, 33)

  • you will treat him like an employee or guest, and he will work for you until the jubilee year. (Leviticus 25, 40)

  • By agreement with his purchaser, he will count the number of years between the year of sale and the jubilee year; his sale-price will be proportionate to the number of years, his time being valued as that of an employee. (Leviticus 25, 50)

  • And if there are only a few years still to run before the jubilee year, he will calculate with him what should be refunded for his redemption, in proportion to their number, (Leviticus 25, 52)


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