38 occurrences in 37 translations

'Offering for Sin' in the Bible

He will do the same thing with this bull that he did with the bull used as the offering for sin. So the priest will pay compensation for the wrong and make peace with Jehovah for the people. They will be forgiven.

He will take the bull outside the camp and burn it the same way he burned the first bull. It is an offering for sin for the community.

He will place his hand on the goat's head. He will slaughter it in Jehovah's presence where he slaughters animals for burnt offerings. It is an offering for sin.

The priest will then take some of the blood of the offering for sin with his finger and put it on the horns of the altar for burnt offerings. He will pour the rest of the blood at the bottom of the altar for burnt offerings.

And if he bring a sheep for his offering for sin, a female without blemish shall he bring it.

Then the priest will take some of the blood from the offering for sin with his finger and put it on the horns of the altar for burnt offerings. He will pour the rest of the blood at the bottom of the altar.

Bring your guilt offering to Jehovah for the sin you committed. It must be a female sheep or goat as an offering for sin. Then the priest will pay compensation for the wrong and make peace with Jehovah for what you did wrong.

If you cannot afford a sheep, you must bring two turtledoves or two pigeons to Jehovah as a guilt offering for the sin you committed. One will be an offering for sin. The other will be a burnt offering.

Bring them to the priest. He will sacrifice the offering for sin first. He will break the bird's neck without pulling its head off.

He will sprinkle some of the blood from the offering for sin on the side of the altar. The rest of the blood will be drained at the bottom of the altar. It is an offering for sin.

If you cannot afford two turtledoves or two pigeons, bring eight cups of flour as an offering for the sin you committed. Never put olive oil on it or add incense to it. This is because it is an offering for sin.

Bring it to the priest. The priest will take a handful of it. He will burn it as a reminder on top of the offering by fire to Jehovah on the altar. It is an offering for sin.

Tell Aaron and his sons: 'These are the instructions for the offering for sin. The offering for sin must be slaughtered in Jehovah's presence. It is very holy.

The priest who makes the offering for sin will eat it in a holy place, in the courtyard of the Tent of Meeting. This is in the same place where the burnt offering is slaughtered.

The piece of pottery in which the offering for sin is cooked must be broken into pieces. The copper kettle in which the offering for sin is cooked must be scoured and rinsed with water.

Every male among the priests may eat the offering for sin. It is very holy.

The offering for sin must not be eaten if some of the blood was brought into the holy place in the Tent of Meeting to pay compensation for wrongdoing and make peace with Jehovah. It must be burned.

The same instructions apply to the offering for sin and the guilt offering. Both offerings belong to the priest to pay compensation for wrongdoing and make peace with Jehovah.

These are the instructions for the burnt offering, the grain offering, the offering for sin, the guilt offering, the ordination offering, and the fellowship offering.

He told Aaron: Take a calf that has no defects for an offering for sin and a ram that has no defects as a burnt offering. Sacrifice them in Jehovah's presence.

Tell the Israelites: 'Take a male goat as an offering for sin, a calf and a lamb, each one-year-old and without defects, as a burnt offering,

Moses told Aaron: Come to the altar and sacrifice an offering for sin and a burnt offering to pay compensation for your sins and the sins of the people and make peace with Jehovah. Then make an offering for the people that they may pay compensation for their wrongdoing and to make peace with Jehovah just as Jehovah has commanded.

Aaron came to the altar and slaughtered the calf as his own offering for sin.

On the altar he burned the fat, kidneys, and lobe of the liver from the offering for sin as Jehovah commanded Moses.

He brought the people's offerings. He took the male goat for the people's offering for sin and slaughtered it. Then he sacrificed it to take away sins as he had done before.

Aaron raised his hands toward the people and blessed them. He sacrificed the offering for sin, the burnt offering, and the fellowship offering. Then he came down from the altar.

When the days needed to make her clean are over, she must bring a one-year-old lamb for a burnt offering and a pigeon or a mourning dove as an offering for sin. She should bring them to the priest at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting.

If she cannot afford a lamb, she must use two mourning doves or two pigeons. One will be the burnt offering and the other the offering for sin. So the priest will pay compensation for sin and make peace with Jehovah for her and she will be clean.'

The priest will also sacrifice the offering for sin to make peace with Jehovah for the one who is being cleansed from his impurity. After that, he will slaughter the burnt offering.

and two mourning doves or two pigeons, whatever he can afford. The one will be an offering for sin and the other a burnt offering.

and sacrifice it as an offering for sin. He will take the other and sacrifice it as a burnt offering together with the grain offering. So in Jehovah's presence the priest will pay compensation for the wrong and make peace with Jehovah for the one who is being cleansed.

The priest will sacrifice one as an offering for sin and the other as a burnt offering. Thus in Jehovah's presence, the priest will pay compensation for the wrongdoing and make peace with Jehovah for the man who had a discharge.

The priest will offer one as an offering for sin and the other as a burnt offering. So in Jehovah's presence the priest will pay compensation for wrongdoing and make peace with Jehovah for the woman who had an unclean discharge.'

This is what Aaron must do in order to come into the holy place: He must take a bull as an offering for sin and a ram as a burnt offering.

He will take two male goats from the congregation of Israel as an offering for sin and a ram as a burnt offering.

Aaron must sacrifice the bull as his own offering for sin. By doing this, he will pay compensation for wrongdoing and make peace with Jehovah for himself and his family.

Aaron will slaughter the goat for the people's offering for sin. He will take the blood inside, go up to the canopy, and sprinkle it on the throne of mercy and in front of it, as he did with the bull's blood.

He will burn the fat of the offering for sin on the altar.

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