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  • Jacob then made this vow, 'If God remains with me and keeps me safe on this journey I am making, if he gives me food to eat and clothes to wear, (Genesis 28, 20)

  • I am the God who appeared to you at Bethel, where you poured oil on a pillar and made a vow to me. On your feet, then, leave this country and return to the land of your birth." ' (Genesis 31, 13)

  • Men and women, they came, all those whose heart prompted them, bringing brooches, rings, bracelets, necklaces, golden objects of every kind -- all those who had vowed gold to Yahweh, (Exodus 35, 22)

  • 'Speak to Aaron, to his sons, and to all the Israelites and say: "Any member of the House of Israel or any alien resident in Israel who brings an offering either in payment of a vow or as a voluntary gift, and offers it as a burnt offering to Yahweh, (Leviticus 22, 18)

  • "If anyone offers Yahweh a communion sacrifice, either to fulfil a vow or as a voluntary offering, the animal, be it from the herd or flock, must be perfect, if he is to be acceptable; it must be unblemished. (Leviticus 22, 21)

  • As a voluntary offering, you may offer a bull or a lamb that is underdeveloped or deformed; but such will not be acceptable in payment of a vow. (Leviticus 22, 23)

  • 'Speak to the Israelites and say: "If anyone vows the value of a person to Yahweh and wishes to discharge the vow: (Leviticus 27, 2)

  • "If the person who made the vow cannot meet this valuation, he will present the person concerned to the priest, and the priest will set a value proportionate to the resources of the person who made the vow. (Leviticus 27, 8)

  • If the man who has vowed his house wishes to redeem it, he will add one-fifth to the valuation, and it will revert to him. (Leviticus 27, 15)

  • when the purchaser has to vacate it at the jubilee year, it becomes consecrated to Yahweh, like a field vowed unconditionally; ownership of it passes to the priest. (Leviticus 27, 21)

  • "Nothing, however, that someone vows unconditionally to Yahweh may be redeemed, nothing he possesses, be it a human being or animal or field of his ancestral property. What is vowed unconditionally is especially holy and belongs to Yahweh. (Leviticus 27, 28)

  • A human being vowed unconditionally cannot be redeemed but will be put to death. (Leviticus 27, 29)


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