When the prince provides1 a freewill offering2 to the LORD--whether a burnt offering or fellowship offerings--the gate facing east is to be opened for him. He shall offer his burnt offering or his fellowship offerings as he does on the Sabbath day. Then he shall go out, and after he has gone out, the gate will be shut.3
You are also to provide with it morning by morning a grain offering, consisting of a sixth of an ephah with a third of a hin of oil6 to moisten the flour. The presenting of this grain offering to the LORD is a lasting ordinance.7
If, however, he makes a gift from his inheritance to one of his servants, the servant may keep it until the year of freedom;11 then it will revert to the prince. His inheritance belongs to his sons only; it is theirs.
The prince must not take12 any of the inheritance13 of the people, driving them off their property. He is to give his sons their inheritance out of his own property, so that none of my people will be separated from his property.' "