1Afei, Awurade kasa fii Ahyiae Ntamadan no mu kyerɛɛ Mose se, 2“Kyerɛ Israelfo no se, ‘sɛ morebɔ Awurade afɔre a, momfa mo anantwi ne mo nguan no bi na mommɔ saa afɔre no.
3“ ‘Sɛ mo ɔhyew afɔrebɔde no yɛ nantwi a ofi mo nantwibuw mu a, momfa nantwi a onnii dɛm na ɛmmɔ saa afɔre no sɛnea ɛbɛsɔ Awurade ani. Fa aboa no kɔ Ahyiae Ntamadan no pon ano na ɛhɔ na asɔfo no begye wʼayɛyɛde a wode rebrɛ Awurade no. 4Ɛsɛ sɛ onipa a ɔde aboa no reba no de ne nsa gu aboa no ti so sɛ mpata ma afɔrebɔni no. Onyankopɔn bɛpɛ aboa no wu sen sɛ afɔrebɔni a ɔde saa aboa no bɛba no bewu sɛ ne bɔne so akatua. 5Afɔrebɔni no bekum aboa no wɔ hɔ wɔ Awurade anim. Na Aaron mmabarima asɔfo no asɔw aboa no mogya de akyerɛ Awurade. Na wɔde mogya no apete afɔremuka a esi Ahyiae Ntamadan no kwan no ano no ne ho nyinaa. 6Afei, asɔfo no bɛpa aboa no ho nwoma na wɔabobɔw. 7Na ɔsɔfo Aaron mmabarima no bɛsɔ gya wɔ afɔremuka no so. 8Na wɔde aboa no akwaa bi ne ne ti ne ne srade ka ho agu nnyansin no so. 9Momfa nsu nhohoro nʼayamde ne ne nan ho na asɔfo no nhyew no wɔ afɔremuka no so. Ɛyɛ ɔhyew afɔre, aduan afɔrebɔ, ehua a ɛsɔ Awurade ani.
10“ ‘Sɛ afɔrebɔ no yɛ ɔhyew afɔre na aboa no yɛ oguan anaa abirekyi a, ɛsɛ sɛ ɔyɛ onini a ne ho nni dɛm biara. 11Onipa a ɔde no bae no bekum no Awurade anim wɔ afɔremuka no atifi na Aaron mmabarima asɔfo no apete mogya no agu afɔremuka no so ne ɛho nyinaa. 12Ɔbɛhyehyɛ nam no na asɔfo no de nʼasinasin no ne ti no ne ne srade no agu nnyansin a egu afɔremuka no so no so. 13Wɔde nsu bɛhohoro nʼayamde ne ne nan no ho ansa na asɔfo no ahyew wɔ afɔremuka no so de ama Awurade; efisɛ ɔhyew afɔre sɔ Awurade ani.
14“ ‘Sɛ obi pɛ sɛ ɔde anomaa bɔ ɔhyew afɔre a, ɔmfa nturukuku anaa mmorɔnomamma. 15Ɔsɔfo no bɛfa anomaa no de no akɔ afɔremuka no so na watew ne ti ahyew no, na wasɔn ne mogya no agu afɔremuka no nkyɛn. 16Afei, ɔsɔfo no beyi ne mene ase, atutu ne ntakra no na watow agu nsõ no mu wɔ afɔremuka no apuei fam. 17Afei, ɔbɛtwe ne ntaban mu ama emu ntin no atetew asensɛn hɔ, na ɔsɔfo no ahyew no wɔ afɔremuka no so. Ɛyɛ ɔhyew afɔre, aduan afɔrebɔ, ehua a ɛsɔ Awurade ani.
Rules for Burnt Offerings
1The Lord called out to Moses. He spoke to him from the tent of meeting. He said, 2“Speak to the Israelites. Tell them, ‘Suppose anyone among you brings an offering to the Lord. They must bring an animal from their herd or flock.
3“ ‘If someone brings a burnt offering from the herd, they must offer a male animal. It must not have any flaws. They must bring it to the entrance to the tent of meeting. Then the Lord will accept it. 4They must place their hand on the head of the burnt offering. Then the Lord will accept it in place of them. It will pay for their sin. 5The young bull must be killed there in the sight of the Lord. Then the priests in Aaron’s family line must bring its blood to the altar. They must splash it against the sides of the altar. The altar stands at the entrance to the tent of meeting. 6The skin must be removed from the animal brought for the burnt offering. Then the animal must be cut into pieces. 7The priests in Aaron’s family line must build a fire on the altar. They must place wood on the fire. 8Then they must place the pieces of the animal on the burning wood on the altar. The pieces include the head and the fat. 9The inside parts of the animal must be washed with water. The legs must also be washed. The priest must burn all of it on the altar. It is a burnt offering. It is a food offering. Its smell pleases the Lord.
10“ ‘If someone offers a burnt offering from the flock, it must be a male animal. It can be a sheep or a goat. It must not have any flaws. 11They must kill it at the north side of the altar in the sight of the Lord. The priests in Aaron’s family line must splash its blood against the sides of the altar. 12They must cut the animal into pieces. The priest must place the pieces on the burning wood on the altar. The pieces include the head and the fat. 13They must wash the inside parts with water. The legs must also be washed. The priest must bring all the parts to the altar. He must burn them there. It is a burnt offering. It is a food offering. Its smell pleases the Lord.
14“ ‘If someone offers to the Lord a burnt offering of birds, it must be a dove or a young pigeon. 15The priest must bring it to the altar. He must twist its head off. Then he must burn the rest of the bird on the altar. Its blood must be emptied out on the side of the altar. 16The priest must remove the small bag inside the bird’s throat. He must also remove the feathers. Then he must throw them to the east side of the altar. That is where the ashes are. 17He must take hold of the wings of the bird and tear it open. But he must not tear it in two. Then the priest will burn it on the wood burning on the altar. It is a burnt offering. It is a food offering. Its smell pleases the Lord.