The Lord spoke to Moses:
"Speak to the Israelites and tell them: When someone makes a special vow to the Lord that involves the valuation of people,
if the valuation concerns a male from 20 to 60 years old, your valuation is 50 silver shekels [measured] by the standard sanctuary shekel.
If the person is a female, your valuation is 30 shekels.
If the person is from five to 20 years old, your valuation for a male is 20 shekels and for a female 10 shekels.
If the person is from one month to five years old, your valuation for a male is five silver shekels, and for a female your valuation is three shekels of silver.
If the person is 60 years or more, your valuation is 15 shekels for a male and 10 shekels for a female.
But if one is too poor to pay the valuation, he must present the person before the priest and the priest will set a value for him. The priest will set a value for him according to what the one making the vow can afford.
"If the vow involves one of the animals that may be brought as an offering to the Lord, any of these he gives to the Lord will be holy.
He may not replace it or make a substitution for it, either good for bad, or bad for good. But if he does substitute one animal for another, both that animal and its substitute will be holy.
"If the vow involves any of the unclean animals that may not be brought as an offering to the Lord, the animal must be presented before the priest.
The priest will set its value, whether high or low; the price will be set as the priest makes the valuation for you.
If the one who brought it decides to redeem it, he must add a fifth to the valuation.
"When a man consecrates his house as holy to the Lord, the priest will assess its value, whether high or low. The price will stand just as the priest assesses it.
But if the one who consecrated his house redeems [it], he must add a fifth to the valuation price, and it will be his.
"If a man consecrates to the Lord any part of a field that he possesses, your valuation will be proportional to the seed needed to sow it, at the rate of 50 silver shekels for [every] five bushels of barley seed.
If he consecrates his field during the Year of Jubilee, the price will stand according to your valuation.
But if he consecrates his field after the Jubilee, the priest will calculate the price for him in proportion to the years left until the [next] Year of Jubilee, so that your valuation will be reduced.
If the one who consecrated the field decides to redeem it, he must add a fifth to the valuation price, and the field will transfer back to him.
But if he does not redeem the field or if he has sold it to another man, it is no longer redeemable.
When the field is released in the Jubilee, it will be holy to the Lord like a field permanently set apart; it becomes the priest's property.
"If a person consecrates to the Lord a field he has purchased that is not part of his inherited landholding,
then the priest will calculate for him the amount of the valuation up to the Year of Jubilee, and the person will pay the valuation on that day as a holy offering to the Lord.
In the Year of Jubilee the field will return to the one he bought it from, the original owner.
All your valuations will be [measured] by the standard sanctuary shekel, 20 gerahs to the shekel.
"But no one can consecrate a firstborn of the livestock, whether an animal from the herd or flock, to the Lord, because a firstborn [already] belongs to the Lord.
If it is one of the unclean livestock, it must be ransomed according to your valuation by adding a fifth of its value to it. If it is not redeemed, it can be sold according to your valuation.
"Nothing that a man permanently sets apart to the Lord from all he owns, whether a person, an animal, or his inherited landholding, can be sold or redeemed; everything set apart is especially holy to the Lord.
No person who has been set apart [for destruction] is to be ransomed; he must be put to death.
"Every tenth of the land's produce, grain from the soil or fruit from the trees, belongs to the Lord; it is holy to the Lord.
If a man decides to redeem any part of this tenth, he must add one-fifth to its value.
Every tenth animal from the herd or flock, which passes under the [shepherd's] rod, will be holy to the Lord.
He is not to inspect whether it is good or bad, and he is not to make a substitution for it. But if he does make a substitution, both the animal and its substitute will be holy; they cannot be redeemed."
These are the commands the Lord gave Moses for the Israelites on Mount Sinai.