And the Lord talked with Moses saying: when a soul sinneth and trespasseth against the Lord, and denied unto his neighbor that which was taken him to keep, or that was put under his hand, or that which he hath violently taken away, deceived his neighbor of with subtlety, or hath found that which was lost and denieth it, and sweareth falsely, in whatsoever thing it be that a man doth and sinneth therein. Then when he hath sinned or trespassed, he shall restore again that he took violently away, or the wrong which he did, or that which was delivered him to keep, or the lost thing which he found, or whatsoever it be about which he hath sworn falsely, he shall restore it again in the whole sum, and shall add the fifth part more thereto, and give it unto him to whom it pertaineth, the same day that he offereth for his trespass, and shall bring for his trespassoffering unto the Lord, a ram without blemish out of the flock, that is esteemed worth a trespassoffering unto the Priest. And the Priest shall make an atonement for him before the Lord, and it shall be forgiven him in whatsoever thing it be that a man doth and trespasseth therein.
And the Lord spake unto Moses saying: Command Aaron and his sons saying: this is the law of the burntoffering. The burntoffering shall be upon the hearth of the altar all night unto the morning, and the fire of the altar shall burn therein. And the Priest shall put on his linen alb and his linen breeches upon his flesh, and take away the ashes which the fire of the burntsacrifice in the altar hath made, and put them beside the altar, and then put off his raiment and put on other, and carry the ashes out without the host unto a clean place.
The fire that is upon the altar shall burn therein and not go out. And the Priest shall put wood on the fire every morning, and put the burntsacrifice upon it, and he shall burn thereon the fat of the peaceofferings. The fire shall ever burn upon the altar, and never go out.
This is the law of the meatoffering: Aarons sons shall bring it before the Lord, unto the altar: and one of them shall take his handful of the flour of the meatoffering and of the oil with all the frankincense which is theron, and shall burn it unto a remembrance upon the altar to be a sweet savour of the memorial of it unto the Lord. And the rest thereof, Aaron and his sons shall eat unleavened: it shall be eaten in the holy place: even in the court of the tabernacle of witness they shall eat it. Their part which I have given them of my sacrifice, shall not be baked with leaven, for it is most holy, as is the sinoffering, and trespass offering. All the males among the children of Aaron, shall eat of it: and it shall be a duty for ever unto your generations of the sacrifices of the Lord, neither shall any man touch it, but he that is hallowed.
And the Lord spake unto Moses saying: this is the offering of Aaron and of his sons which he shall offer unto the Lord in the day when they are anointed: the tenth part of an Epha of flour, which is a daily meatoffering perpetually: half in the morning and half at night: and in the frying pan it shall be made with oil. And when it is fried, thou shalt bring it in as a baked meatoffering minced small, and shalt offer it for a sweet savour unto the Lord. And that priest of his sons that is anointed in his stead, shall offer it: and it shall be the Lords duty for ever, and it shall be burnt altogether. For all the meatofferings of the Priests shall be burnt altogether, and shall not be eaten. And the Lord talked with Moses saying: speak unto Aaron and unto his sons and say: This is the law of the sinoffering. In the place where the burntoffering is killed, shall the sinoffering be killed also before the Lord, for it is most holy. The priest that offereth it shall eat it in the holy place: even in the court of the tabernacle of witness. No man shall touch the flesh thereof, save he that is hallowed. And if any raiment be sprinkled therewith, it shall be washed in an holy place, and the earthen pot that it is sodden in shall be broken. If it be sodden in brass, then the pot shall be scoured and rinsed in the water. All the males among the Priests shall eat thereof, for it is most holy. Notwithstanding no sinoffering that hath his blood brought into the tabernacle of witness to reconcile with all in the holy place, shall be eaten: but shall be burnt in the fire.