This is the law of the trespass offering, which is most holy.
When a soul hath sinned and heard the voice of cursing and is a witness: whether he hath seen or known of it, if he have not uttered it, he shall bear his sin.
And the LORD communed with Moses, saying,
Their part which I have given them of my sacrifice, shall not be baken with leaven, for it is most holy, as is the sin offering, and trespass offering.
"Speak unto Aaron and unto his sons and say, 'This is the law of the sin offering. In the place where the burnt offering is killed, shall the sin offering be killed also before the LORD, for it is most holy.
And he shall bring them unto the priest, which shall offer the sin offering first and wring the neck asunder of it, but pluck it not clean off.
"'And yet if he be not able to bring two turtle doves or two young pigeons, then let him bring his offering for his sin: the tenth part of an ephah of fine flour for a sin offering, but put none oil thereto neither put any frankincense thereon, for it is a sin offering.
And let the priest take one of the lambs and offer him for a trespass offering, and the log of oil: and wave them before the LORD.
And he shall bring for his trespass offering unto the LORD, even unto the door of the tabernacle of witness: a ram for a trespass offering.
Notwithstanding, he shall eat of the bread of his God: even as well of the most holy, as of the holy:
and he shall abstain unto the LORD the time of his abstinency, and shall bring a lamb of an year old for a trespass offering: but the days that were before are lost, because his abstinence was defiled.
In the door porch, there stood on either side two tables for the slaughtering; to slay the burnt offerings, sin offerings, and trespass offerings thereupon.
The meat offering, sin offering, and trespass offering shall they eat, and every dedicated thing in Israel shall be theirs.
Then said he unto me, "This is the place, where the priests shall seethe the trespass and sin offerings, and bake the meat offerings: that they need not bear them in to the outward court, and so to unhallow the people."