Leviticus 7:10; Leviticus 10:4; Leviticus 10:6; Leviticus 16:2; Leviticus 18:14; Leviticus 18:16; Leviticus 19:17; Leviticus 20:21; Leviticus 21:2; Leviticus 21:10; Leviticus 25:14; Leviticus 25:25; Leviticus 25:35-36; Leviticus 25:39; Leviticus 25:46-48; Leviticus 26:37
'Every grain offering, mixed with oil or dry, shall belong to all the sons of Aaron, to all alike.
Moses called also to Mishael and Elzaphan, the sons of Aaron's uncle Uzziel, and said to them, "Come forward, carry your relatives away from the front of the sanctuary to the outside of the camp."
Then Moses said to Aaron and to his sons Eleazar and Ithamar, "Do not uncover your heads nor tear your clothes, so that you will not die and that He will not become wrathful against all the congregation. But your kinsmen, the whole house of Israel, shall bewail the burning which the LORD has brought about.
The LORD said to Moses: "Tell your brother Aaron that he shall not enter at any time into the holy place inside the veil, before the mercy seat which is on the ark, or he will die; for I will appear in the cloud over the mercy seat.
'You shall not uncover the nakedness of your father's brother; you shall not approach his wife, she is your aunt.
'You shall not uncover the nakedness of your brother's wife; it is your brother's nakedness.
'You shall not hate your fellow countryman in your heart; you may surely reprove your neighbor, but shall not incur sin because of him.
'If there is a man who takes his brother's wife, it is abhorrent; he has uncovered his brother's nakedness. They will be childless.
except for his relatives who are nearest to him, his mother and his father and his son and his daughter and his brother,
'The priest who is the highest among his brothers, on whose head the anointing oil has been poured and who has been consecrated to wear the garments, shall not uncover his head nor tear his clothes;
'If you make a sale, moreover, to your friend or buy from your friend's hand, you shall not wrong one another.
'If a fellow countryman of yours becomes so poor he has to sell part of his property, then his nearest kinsman is to come and buy back what his relative has sold.
'Now in case a countryman of yours becomes poor and his means with regard to you falter, then you are to sustain him, like a stranger or a sojourner, that he may live with you.
'Do not take usurious interest from him, but revere your God, that your countryman may live with you.
'If a countryman of yours becomes so poor with regard to you that he sells himself to you, you shall not subject him to a slave's service.
'You may even bequeath them to your sons after you, to receive as a possession; you can use them as permanent slaves. But in respect to your countrymen, the sons of Israel, you shall not rule with severity over one another.
'Now if the means of a stranger or of a sojourner with you becomes sufficient, and a countryman of yours becomes so poor with regard to him as to sell himself to a stranger who is sojourning with you, or to the descendants of a stranger's family,
then he shall have redemption right after he has been sold. One of his brothers may redeem him,
'They will therefore stumble over each other as if running from the sword, although no one is pursuing; and you will have no strength to stand up before your enemies.