And if a stranger sojourn with you
A stranger, or proselyte, not of the gate, but of righteousness, as Ben Gersom and the Jewish, writers in general interpret it;
or whatsoever [be] among you in your generations;
whether such a proselyte settled and continued among them, or only stayed with them awhile:
and will offer an offering made by fire of a sweet savour unto the
is desirous of offering a burnt offering or a peace offering to the Lord in an acceptable manner:
as ye do, so shall he do;
bring the same meat offering and drink offering, according to the nature and number of the cattle he brings for sacrifice.