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  • Pharaoh summoned Moses and Aaron and said, "Now it is clear I have sinned. Yahweh is in the right; I and my people are in the wrong. (Exodus 9, 27)

  • Pharaoh, seeing that there was no rain and that the thunder and hail had ceased, sinned yet again. (Exodus 9, 34)

  • Because of all this Pharaoh hastened to summon Moses and Aaron and said to them, "I have sinned against Yahweh, your God, and against you. (Exodus 10, 16)

  • Yahweh said to Moses, "Whoever has sinned against me, I will blot him out from my book. (Exodus 32, 33)

  • If the whole community of Israel has sinned without intending to do so, and, without being aware of it, has done something that is forbidden by the commandments of Yahweh, (Leviticus 4, 13)

  • They rose early in the morning and went up to the mountain saying, "Here we are! We have sinned but now we are ready to go to the place that Yahweh spoke of." (Numbers 14, 40)

  • The entire community of Israel will be forgiven, as also the stranger who lives among them, since the entire people have sinned without meaning to do so. (Numbers 15, 26)

  • If it is an individual who has sinned unintentionally, he must offer a one-year-old goat in sacrifice for sin. (Numbers 15, 27)

  • because these men sinned at the cost of their lives. Let the censers be made into plates to cover the altar, because they have been offered before Yahweh and are sacred. Let them be a sign to the Israelites." (Numbers 17, 3)

  • Then the people came to Moses and said, "We have sinned, speaking against Yahweh and against you. Plead with Yahweh to take the serpents away." Moses pleaded for the people (Numbers 21, 7)

  • And you answered me: 'We have sinned against Yahweh, our God. Now, we will go and fight as he has commanded us.' So each one took his weapons and thought it easy to climb the mountains. (Deuteronomy 1, 41)

  • And I saw that you had sinned against Yahweh, your God, and that you had made a molten calf. (Deuteronomy 9, 16)

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