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Ferrar Fentons 'Holy Bible in Modern English. All spelling, punctuation and formatting maintained through-out. Verse ordering follows the King James version for clarity and necessary organization of the verses.

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RF LEV 5:1 The Law of Expiation for Perjury.
"When a person who is a witness sins when he has taken the declaration of an oath, about an event he saw, or knew, if he does not relate it, he shall bear his crime.
RF LEV 5:2 Or a person who has touched anything unclean, or a corpse that is unclean; or carcase of an unclean beast; or an unclean reptile; and it was unknown to him; he is unclean and guilty;
RF LEV 5:3 or if he touches uncleanness of blood, or any uncleanness that may defile him, and he did not know it, yet he is guilty;
RF LEV 5:4 or a person listening to a libel injurious to his neighbour, or who delights in anything which injures the man by being reported, and hides it, when he knew it, then he is guilty by it;
RF LEV 5:5 and as he has offended in this, he shall make confession that he has sinned over it,
RF LEV 5:6 and shall bring to the EVER-LIVING for his fault that he has sinned, a female lamb from the sheep, or a female goat for a sin-offering, and the priest shall expiate for his sin.
RF LEV 5:7 But if he did not personally participate with the fault, then he shall bring for the fault that he has sinned two turtle-doves, or two young pigeons, to the EVER-LIVING;—one for a sin-offering, and one for a burnt-offering.
RF LEV 5:8 Let him bring them to the priest, and offer that which is for the sin-offering first, and wring off its head from its neck, but not separate it,
RF LEV 5:9 and sprinkle some of the blood of the sin-offering at the side of the altar, and throw the rest of the blood to the side of the altar for sin-offerings.
RF LEV 5:10 But make of the second a burnt-offering for judgment, and the priest shall expiate for him for the sin he has committed; and it shall be forgiven to him.
RF LEV 5:11 "But if he does not possess the two turtle-doves or two young pigeons, then let him bring, as his gift for the sin he has sinned, the tenth of an epha of fine flour. He shall not pour upon it oil, nor put frankincense with it, for it is a sin-offering,
RF LEV 5:12 but bring it to the priest, and the priest shall grasp a handful of it for a remembrance, and burn it on the altar, for a perfume to the EVER-LIVING.
RF LEV 5:13 It is a sin-offering. Then the priest shall expiate for him over the sin which he has sinned, and it shall be forgiven to him. But the gift shall belong to the Priest."
RF LEV 5:14 The EVER-LIVING also spoke to Moses saying;—
RF LEV 5:15 The Law of Intentional Sins.
"A person who perversely sins in what is holy to the EVER-LIVING, shall bring for his guilt to the LORD a perfect ram of the sheep, of the value of two shekels by the sacred shekel,
RF LEV 5:16 for his fault, and that in which he has sinned, in what is holy, he shall restore fivefold as much for it, and give it to the priest, and the priest shall expiate with the ram for his fault; and it shall be forgiven to him.
RF LEV 5:17 Involuntary Wrong Doings.
"But if a person has sinned and broken one of the commandments of the EVER-LIVING,—which should not be done,—and did not know it, yet he is faulty, and shall bear his fault
RF LEV 5:18 and bring a perfect ram of the sheep on account of his fault to the priest, and the priest shall expiate for him over his error which he has erred, when he knew it not; and it shall be forgiven to him.
RF LEV 5:19 It is a fault offering for error to the EVER-LIVING."


AKJV ROM 8:32 He that spared not his own Son, but delivered him up for us all, how shall he not with him also freely give us all things?

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