But if a cohen acquires a slave, either through purchase or through his being born in his household, he may share his food.
If the daughter of a cohen is married to a man who is not a cohen, she is not to have a share of the food set aside from the holy things.
But if the daughter of a cohen is a widow or divorcee and has no child, and she is sent back to her father's house as when she was young, she may share in her father's food; but no one not a cohen is to share in it.
If a person eats holy food by mistake, he must add one-fifth to it and give the holy food to the cohen.
They are not to profane the holy things of the people of Isra'el that they have set apart for ADONAI
and thus cause them to bear guilt requiring a guilt offering, by eating their holy things; because I am ADONAI, who makes them holy.'"
ADONAI said to Moshe,
"Speak to Aharon and his sons and to the entire people of Isra'el; tell them: 'When anyone, whether a member of the house of Isra'el or a foreigner living in Isra'el, brings his offering, either in connection with a vow or as a voluntary offering, and brings it to ADONAI as a burnt offering,
in order for you to be accepted, you must bring a male without defect from the cattle, the sheep or the goats.
You are not to bring anything with a defect, because it will not be accepted from you.
Whoever brings a sacrifice of peace offerings to ADONAI in fulfillment of a vow or as a voluntary offering, whether it come from the herd or from the flock, it must be unblemished and without defect in order to be accepted.