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  • "Give these instructions to the people of Israel: If any of the people--men or women--betray the LORD by doing wrong to another person, they are guilty. - Numbers 5:6

  • the husband must bring his wife to the priest with an offering of two quarts* of barley flour to be presented on her behalf. Do not mix it with olive oil or frankincense, for it is a jealousy offering--an offering of inquiry to find out if she is guilty.2 - Numbers 5:15

  • When he has presented her before the LORD, he must unbind her hair and place the offering of inquiry--the jealousy offering--in her hands to determine whether or not her husband's suspicions are justified. The priest will stand before her, holding the jar of bitter water that brings a curse to those who are guilty. - Numbers 5:18

  • He will then make the woman drink the bitter water, so it may bring on the curse and cause bitter suffering in cases of guilt. - Numbers 5:24

  • The husband will be innocent of any guilt in this matter, but his wife will be held accountable for her sin.' " - Numbers 5:31

  • The priest will offer one of the birds for a sin offering and the other for a burnt offering. In this way, he will make atonement for the guilt they incurred from the dead body. Then they must renew their vow that day and let their hair begin to grow again. - Numbers 6:11

  • The days of their vow that were completed before their defilement no longer count. They must rededicate themselves to the LORD for the full term of their vow, and each must bring a one-year-old male lamb for a guilt offering. - Numbers 6:12

  • " `But those who are ceremonially clean and not away on a trip, yet still refuse to celebrate the Passover at the regular time, will be cut off from the community of Israel for failing to present the LORD's offering at the proper time. They will suffer the consequences of their guilt. - Numbers 9:13

  • "If the unintentional sin is committed by an individual, the guilty person must bring a one-year-old female goat for a sin offering. - Numbers 15:27

  • The priest will make atonement for the guilty person before the LORD, and that person will be forgiven. - Numbers 15:28

  • Since they have treated the LORD's word with contempt and deliberately disobeyed his commands, they must be completely cut off and suffer the consequences of their guilt." - Numbers 15:31

  • You are allotted the portion of the most holy offerings that is kept from the fire. From all the most holy offerings--including the grain offerings, sin offerings, and guilt offerings--that portion belongs to you and your sons. - Numbers 18:9

  • "From now on, Israelites other than the priests and Levites are to stay away from the Tabernacle. If they come too near, they will be judged guilty and die. - Numbers 18:22

  • You will not be considered guilty for accepting the LORD's tithes if you give the best portion to the priests. But be careful not to treat the holy gifts of the people of Israel as though they were common. If you do, you will die.' " - Numbers 18:32

  • If he waits more than a day and then tries to nullify a vow or pledge, he will suffer the consequences of her guilt." - Numbers 30:15

  • Also, you must never accept a ransom payment for the life of someone judged guilty of murder and subject to execution; murderers must always be put to death. - Numbers 35:31

  • Stone the guilty ones to death because they have tried to draw you away from the LORD your God, who rescued you from the land of Egypt, the place of slavery. - Deuteronomy 13:10
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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