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1 Yahweh spoke to Moses and said:

2 'Speak to the Israelites and say: "If anyone vows the value of a person to Yahweh and wishes to discharge the vow:
Num 6:2  1Sam 1:11  1Sam 1:28  Deut 23:21-23  Judg 11:30-31  Judg 11:39  Eccl 5:4-5 

3 "a man between twenty and sixty years of age will be valued at fifty silver shekels -- the sanctuary shekel;
Exod 30:13  Lev 27:25  Num 18:16  2Kgs 12:4  Lev 5:15  Lev 6:6  Lev 27:14 

4 a woman will be valued at thirty shekels;
Matt 26:15  Matt 27:9-10  Zech 11:12-13 

5 "between five and twenty years, a boy will be valued at twenty shekels, a girl at ten shekels;

6 "between one month and five years, a boy will be valued at five silver shekels, a girl at three silver shekels;
Num 3:40-43  Num 18:14-16 

7 "at sixty years and over, a man will be valued at fifteen shekels and a woman at ten shekels.
Ps 90:10 

8 "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.
Lev 14:21-22  2Cor 8:12  Jer 5:7  Lev 5:7  Lev 5:11  Lev 12:8  Luke 21:1-4 

9 "In the case of an animal suitable for offering to Yahweh, any such animal given to Yahweh will be holy.

10 It cannot be exchanged or replaced, a good one instead of a bad one, or a bad one instead of a good one. If one animal is substituted for another, both of them will become holy.
Jas 1:8  Lev 27:15-33 

11 In the case of an unclean animal unsuitable for offering to Yahweh, whatever it may be, it will be presented to the priest
Deut 23:18  Mal 1:14 

12 and he will set a value on it, in relation to its worth. His valuation will be decisive;

13 but if the person wishes to redeem it, he will add one-fifth to the valuation.
Lev 27:15  Lev 27:19  Lev 22:14  Lev 5:16  Lev 6:4-5  Lev 27:10 

14 "If a man consecrates his house to Yahweh, the priest will set a value on it, in relation to its worth. His valuation will be decisive.
Lev 25:29-31  Lev 27:21  Num 18:14  Ps 101:2-7 

15 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.
Lev 27:13 

16 "If a man consecrates one of the fields of his ancestral property to Yahweh, its value will be calculated in terms of its yield, at the rate of fifty silver shekels to one homer of barley.
Acts 4:34-37  Acts 5:4  Ezek 45:11-14  Hos 3:2  Isa 5:10 

17 "If he consecrates the field during the jubilee year, he will abide by this valuation.

18 But if he consecrates it after the jubilee, the priest will calculate the price in terms of the number of years still to run until the next jubilee and the valuation will be reduced accordingly.
Lev 25:15-16  Lev 25:27  Lev 25:51-52 

19 "If he wishes to redeem the field, he will add one-fifth to the valuation, and the field will revert to him.
Lev 27:13 

20 If he does not redeem it but sells it to someone else, the right of redemption ceases;

21 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.
Ezek 44:29  Num 18:14  Lev 25:10  Lev 25:28  Lev 25:31  Deut 13:17  Ezra 10:8 

22 "If he consecrates to Yahweh a field which he has bought, but which is not part of his ancestral property,
Lev 25:10  Lev 25:25 

23 the priest will calculate the valuation in terms of the number of years still to run before the jubilee year; and the man will pay this sum the same day since it is consecrated to Yahweh.
Lev 27:18  Lev 27:12 

24 In the jubilee year the field will revert to the vendor, the man to whose ancestral property the land belongs.
Lev 25:28  Lev 27:20 

25 All your valuations will be made in sanctuary shekels, at the rate of twenty gerah to the shekel.
Exod 30:13  Num 3:47  Num 18:16  Ezek 45:12  Lev 27:3 

26 "The first-born of livestock is born to Yahweh; no one may consecrate it, whether it be cattle or sheep, for it belongs to Yahweh anyway.
Exod 13:2  Deut 15:19  Exod 13:12-13  Exod 22:30  Num 18:17 

27 But if it is an unclean animal, it may be redeemed at the valuation price with one-fifth added; if the animal is not redeemed, it will be sold at the valuation price.
Lev 27:11 

28 "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.
Josh 6:17-19  Deut 20:16-17  Deut 25:19  Exod 22:20  Lev 27:21  1Cor 16:22  1Sam 14:24-28 

29 A human being vowed unconditionally cannot be redeemed but will be put to death.
1Sam 15:18-23  Num 21:2-3 

30 "All tithes on land, levied on the produce of the soil or on the fruit of trees, belong to Yahweh; they are consecrated to Yahweh.
Gen 28:22  2Chr 31:5-6  Gen 14:20  Neh 13:12  2Chr 31:12  Luke 11:42  Luke 18:12 

31 If anyone wishes to redeem part of his tithe, he will add one-fifth to its value.

32 "In all tithes on herds or flocks, the tenth animal of all that pass under the herdsman's staff will be consecrated to Yahweh;
Ezek 20:37  Jer 33:13  Mic 7:14 

33 there will be no examining whether it is good or bad, and no substitution. If substitution takes place, the animal and its substitute will both become holy without possibility of redemption." '
Lev 27:10 

34 Such were the orders which Yahweh gave Moses on Mount Sinai for the Israelites.
Lev 26:46  Deut 4:5  Deut 4:45  Gal 4:24-25  Heb 12:18-25  John 1:17  Num 1:1