Guilt

Guilt

 
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  • or anything gained by swearing falsely. When they realize their guilt, they must restore the principal amount plus a penalty of 20 percent to the person they have harmed. - Leviticus 6:5


  • They must then bring a guilt offering to the priest, who will present it before the LORD. This offering must be a ram with no physical defects or the animal's equivalent value in silver.*1 - Leviticus 6:6


  • Remember, this flour may never be prepared with yeast. I have given it to the priests as their share of the offerings presented to me by fire. Like the sin offering and the guilt offering, it is most holy. - Leviticus 6:17


  • "These are the instructions for the guilt offering, which is most holy. - Leviticus 7:1


  • The animal sacrificed as a guilt offering must be slaughtered where the burnt offerings are slaughtered, and its blood sprinkled against the sides of the altar. - Leviticus 7:2


  • The priests will burn these parts on the altar as an offering to the LORD made by fire. It is a guilt offering. - Leviticus 7:5


  • "For both the sin offering and the guilt offering, the meat of the sacrificed animal belongs to the priest in charge of the atonement ceremony. - Leviticus 7:7


  • These are the instructions for the whole burnt offering, the grain offering, the sin offering, the guilt offering, the ordination offering, and the peace offering. - Leviticus 7:37


  • "Why didn't you eat the sin offering in the sanctuary area?" he demanded. "It is a holy offering! It was given to you for removing the guilt of the community and for making atonement for the people before the LORD. - Leviticus 10:17


  • The priest will take one of the lambs and the olive oil and offer them as a guilt offering by lifting them up before the LORD. - Leviticus 14:12


  • He will then slaughter the lamb there in the sacred area at the place where sin offerings and burnt offerings are slaughtered. As with the sin offering, the guilt offering will be given to the priest. It is a most holy offering. - Leviticus 14:13


  • The priest will then take some of the blood from the guilt offering and put it on the tip of the healed person's right ear, on the thumb of the right hand, and on the big toe of the right foot. - Leviticus 14:14


  • The priest will then put some of the oil remaining in his left hand on the tip of the healed person's right ear, on the thumb of the right hand, and on the big toe of the right foot, in addition to the blood of the guilt offering. - Leviticus 14:17


  • "But anyone who cannot afford two lambs must bring one male lamb for a guilt offering, along with two quarts* of choice flour mixed with olive oil as a grain offering and three-fifths of a pint of olive oil. The guilt offering will be presented by lifting it up, thus making atonement for the person being cleansed.4 - Leviticus 14:21


  • The priest will take the lamb for the guilt offering, along with the olive oil, and lift them up before the LORD as an offering to him. - Leviticus 14:24


  • Then the priest will slaughter the lamb for the guilt offering and put some of its blood on the tip of the person's right ear, on the thumb of the right hand, and on the big toe of the right foot. - Leviticus 14:25


  • The priest will then put some of the olive oil from his hand on the lobe of the person's right ear, on the thumb of the right hand, and on the big toe of the right foot, in addition to the blood of the guilt offering. - Leviticus 14:28
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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