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1The LORD said to Moses,

2“Tell the Israelites this: If there are people, men or women, who want to make a vow dedicating themselves to the LORD as Nazirites for a time, this is what they must do:

3They must stay away from wine or other strong drink. They must not drink vinegar that is made from wine or from other strong drink. They must not drink grape juice or eat grapes or raisins.

4During that special time of dedication, they must not eat anything that comes from grapes. They must not even eat the seeds or the skins from grapes.

5“The whole time of their Nazirite vow they must not cut their hair. They must be holy until this time of special dedication to the LORD is ended. They must let their hair grow long.

6“They must not go near someone who is dying at any time during the period for which they have given themselves fully to the LORD.

7They must not let themselves be made unclean in this way, even if it is their own father, mother, brother, or sister who is dying. This is because they have the hair that they dedicated to God on their head!

8They are holy because they have given themselves fully to the LORD for the full time of that dedication.

9So if they are with someone when they suddenly die, they will be unclean and will have to shave the hair from their head. They must do that on the seventh day of their purification ceremony when they are made clean.

10Then on the eighth day, they must bring two doves or two young pigeons and give them to the priest at the entrance of the Meeting Tent.

11Then the priest will offer one bird as a sin offering and the other one as a burnt offering. The burnt offering will be a payment for the sin of touching a dead body during the special time of dedication. Then they must again promise to give the hair on their head as a gift to God.

12This means they must again give themselves to the LORD for another time of dedication. They must bring a one-year-old male lamb to offer as a guilt offering. They must start over from the beginning with a new time of dedication because they touched a dead body during their time of dedication.

13“After their time of dedication is ended, Nazirites must go to the entrance of the Meeting Tent

14and give their offering to the LORD. Their offering must be: a one-year-old male lamb that has nothing wrong with it for a burnt offering; a one-year-old female lamb that has nothing wrong with it for a sin offering; a ram that has nothing wrong with it for a fellowship offering;

15a basket of bread made without yeast—bread made with fine flour mixed with oil and wafers with oil spread on top; and the grain offerings and drink offerings that are a part of these gifts.

16“The priest will give these things to the LORD, and then the priest will make the sin offering and the burnt offering.

17He will give the basket of bread without yeast to the LORD. Then he will kill the ram as a fellowship offering to the Lord. He will give it to the Lord with the grain offering and the drink offering.

18“The Nazirites must go to the entrance of the Meeting Tent. There they must shave off their hair that they grew as a dedication to the Lord. That hair will be put in the fire that is burning under the sacrifice of the fellowship offering.

19“After the Nazirites have cut off their hair, the priest will give them a boiled shoulder from the ram and a large and a small cake from the basket. Both of these cakes are made without yeast.

20Then the priest will lift these things up to show that they were presented before the LORD. These things are holy and belong to the priest. Also, the ram’s breast and thigh that were lifted up and presented belong to the priest. After that the Nazirites can drink wine.

21“These are the rules for those who decide to make the Nazirite vow. They must give all these gifts to the LORD. But they might be able to give much more. If they promise to do more, they must keep their promise. But they must give at least all the things listed in these rules for the Nazirite vow.”

The Priests’ Blessings

22The LORD said to Moses,

23“Tell Aaron and his sons that when they bless the Israelites, this is what they should say:

24‘May the LORD bless you and keep you safe.

25May the LORD smile down on you and show you his kindness.

26May the LORD answer your prayers and give you peace.’

27In this way Aaron and his sons will use my name to give a blessing to the Israelites, and I will bless them.”

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