'Restitution' in the Bible
and whatever was torn by beasts, I never bothered to bring to you. Instead, I bore the losses myself. Even so, you demanded that I provide restitution for anything that was stolen, whether during the day or the night.
the owner of the pit is to make restitution. He is to pay money to its owner, and the dead animal will become his.
but if the sun has risen on him, then it is a capital crime in that case. A thief shall certainly make restitution, but if he has nothing, he is to be sold for his theft.
"When a man lets a field or vineyard be grazed over or releases his livestock so that they graze in another man's field, he is to make restitution from the best of his field or vineyard.
"When a fire breaks out and spreads into thorn bushes and consumes stacked grain or standing grain or the field, the one who started the fire certainly is to make restitution.
the two of them are to take an oath in the LORD's presence that the accused has not taken his neighbor's property. Its owner is to accept this, and the neighbor is not to make restitution.
But if it was actually stolen from him, the neighbor is to make restitution to its owner.
If it was torn to pieces, let the neighbor bring the remains as evidence, and he is not to make restitution for what was torn apart.
"When a man borrows an animal from his neighbor, and it's injured or dies while its owner was not with it, he is certainly to make restitution.
If its owner was with it, he is not to make restitution. If it was hired, its fee covers the loss."
He must remain in heaven until the time of universal restitution, which God announced long ago through the voice of his holy prophets.