Fondare 169 Risultati per: guilt

  • 'Why did you not eat this victim for sin in the holy place, since it is especially holy and was given to you to take away the community's guilt, by performing the rite of expiation for them before Yahweh? (Leviticus 10, 17)

  • Aaron will then lay both his hands on its head and over it confess all the guilt of the Israelites, all their acts of rebellion and all their sins. Having thus laid them on the goat's head, he will send it out into the desert under the charge of a man waiting ready, (Leviticus 16, 21)

  • and the goat will bear all their guilt away into some desolate place. 'When he has sent the goat into the desert, (Leviticus 16, 22)

  • But anyone who does not wash clothing and body will bear the consequences of his guilt." ' (Leviticus 17, 16)

  • The country has become unclean; hence I am about to punish it for its guilt, and the country itself will vomit out its inhabitants. (Leviticus 18, 25)

  • Anyone who eats it must bear the consequences of this guilt, having profaned Yahweh's holiness; that person will be outlawed from his people. (Leviticus 19, 8)

  • "The man who marries his father's or his mother's daughter: if they have intercourse together, this is an outrage. They will be executed in public, for the man has had intercourse with his sister; he will bear the consequences of his guilt. (Leviticus 20, 17)

  • "You will not have intercourse with your mother's sister or your father's sister. Whoever does so, has had intercourse with a close relation; they will bear the consequences of their guilt. (Leviticus 20, 19)

  • "The man who has intercourse with the wife of his paternal uncle has infringed his uncle's sexual prerogative; they will bear the consequences of their guilt and die childless. (Leviticus 20, 20)

  • By eating these, they would burden them with guilt requiring a sacrifice of reparation; for I, Yahweh, have sanctified these offerings." ' (Leviticus 22, 16)

  • Those of you who survive will pine away in their guilt in the countries of their enemies and, bearing the guilt of their ancestors too, will pine away like them. (Leviticus 26, 39)

  • "Then they shall admit their guilt and that of their ancestors and their infidelities against me, and further, their setting themselves against me. (Leviticus 26, 40)


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