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number 31

  • 1. And Moses spoke to the heads of the
    tribes concerning the children of Israel,
    saying, “This is the thing which the
    LORD has commanded:

  • 2. If a man vows a vow to the LORD, or
    swears an oath to bind himself with a
    bond, he shall not break his word. He
    shall do according to all that comes out
    of his mouth.

  • 3. if a woman also vows a vow to the
    LORD, and binds herself by a bond, being
    in her father’s house in her youth,

  • 4. And if her father hears her vow and
    her bond with which she has bound herself,
    and if her father is silent as to her,
    then all her vows shall stand, and every
    bond with which she has bound herself
    shall stand.

  • 5. But if her father does not allow her
    vow in the day that he hears of it, none of
    her vows or her bonds with which she
    has bound herself shall stand. And the
    LORD shall forgive her because her father
    did not allow her.

  • 6. And if she had a husband when she
    vowed, or if she said anything rash out of
    her lips with which she bound herself,

  • 7. And if her husband heard and is silent
    as to her in the day that he heard, then
    her vows shall stand, and her bonds with
    which she bound herself shall stand.
  • 8. But if her husband did not allow her
    on the day that he heard it, then he shall
    make her vow which she vowed, and that
    which she uttered with her lips, with
    which she bound herself, of no effect.
    And the LORD shall forgive her.
  • 9. But every vow of a widow and of her
    who is divorced, all which she has bound
    on herself shall stand against her.
  • 10. And if she vowed in her husband’s
    house, or bound herself by a bond with
    an oath,
  • 11. And if her husband heard and is silent
    as to her, and did not forbid her, then all
    her vows shall stand, and every bond
    with which she bound herself shall stand.
  • 12. But if her husband has certainly nullified
    them on the day he heard, whatever
    comes out of her lips concerning her
    vows or concerning the bond of herself,
    shall not stand. Her husband has nullified
    them. And the LORD shall forgive her.
  • 13. Every vow and every binding oath to
    afflict herself, her husband may establish
    it, or her husband may nullify it.
  • 14. But if her husband is altogether silent
    as to her from day to day, then he establishes
    all her vows or all her bonds which
    are on her. He confirms them because he
    was silent as to her in the day that he
    heard.
  • 15. But if he at all nullifies them after he
    has heard, then he has borne her iniquity.”
  • 16. These are the statutes which the
    LORD commanded Moses, between a
    man and his wife, between the father and
    his daughter in her youth in her father’s
    house.
  • 1. And Moses spoke to the heads of the
    tribes concerning the children of Israel,
    saying, “This is the thing which the
    LORD has commanded:

  • 2. If a man vows a vow to the LORD, or
    swears an oath to bind himself with a
    bond, he shall not break his word. He
    shall do according to all that comes out
    of his mouth.

  • 3. if a woman also vows a vow to the
    LORD, and binds herself by a bond, being
    in her father’s house in her youth,

  • 4. And if her father hears her vow and
    her bond with which she has bound herself,
    and if her father is silent as to her,
    then all her vows shall stand, and every
    bond with which she has bound herself
    shall stand.

  • 5. But if her father does not allow her
    vow in the day that he hears of it, none of
    her vows or her bonds with which she
    has bound herself shall stand. And the
    LORD shall forgive her because her father
    did not allow her.

  • 6. And if she had a husband when she
    vowed, or if she said anything rash out of
    her lips with which she bound herself,

  • 7. And if her husband heard and is silent
    as to her in the day that he heard, then
    her vows shall stand, and her bonds with
    which she bound herself shall stand.
  • 8. But if her husband did not allow her
    on the day that he heard it, then he shall
    make her vow which she vowed, and that
    which she uttered with her lips, with
    which she bound herself, of no effect.
    And the LORD shall forgive her.
  • 9. But every vow of a widow and of her
    who is divorced, all which she has bound
    on herself shall stand against her.
  • 10. And if she vowed in her husband’s
    house, or bound herself by a bond with
    an oath,
  • 11. And if her husband heard and is silent
    as to her, and did not forbid her, then all
    her vows shall stand, and every bond
    with which she bound herself shall stand.
  • 12. But if her husband has certainly nullified
    them on the day he heard, whatever
    comes out of her lips concerning her
    vows or concerning the bond of herself,
    shall not stand. Her husband has nullified
    them. And the LORD shall forgive her.
  • 13. Every vow and every binding oath to
    afflict herself, her husband may establish
    it, or her husband may nullify it.
  • 14. But if her husband is altogether silent
    as to her from day to day, then he establishes
    all her vows or all her bonds which
    are on her. He confirms them because he
    was silent as to her in the day that he
    heard.
  • 15. But if he at all nullifies them after he
    has heard, then he has borne her iniquity.”
  • 16. These are the statutes which the
    LORD commanded Moses, between a
    man and his wife, between the father and
    his daughter in her youth in her father’s
    house.
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