"With a ram, give a grain offering of 16 cups of flour mixed with 1¼ quarts of oil
and an offering of 1¼ quarts of wine. Offer them as a soothing aroma to the LORD.
"Suppose you sacrifice a young bull as a burnt offering to the LORD or make any other kind of sacrifice--to keep a vow or as a fellowship offering.
Offer with the young bull a grain offering of 24 cups of flour mixed with two quarts of olive oil.
Also give an offering of two quarts of wine. It is an offering by fire, a soothing aroma to the LORD.
Do this for each bull, each ram, and each sheep or goat.
Do it for each animal, however many you sacrifice.
All native-born Israelites must do it this way when they bring an offering by fire, a soothing aroma to the LORD.
"Suppose foreigners are visiting you or living among you in future generations. If they bring an offering by fire, a soothing aroma to the LORD, they must do as you do.
There is one law for the whole assembly: for you and foreigners who are living with you. It is a permanent law for future generations. As far as the LORD is concerned, you and foreigners are the same.
The instructions and rules are the same for you as well as foreigners who are living with you."