Leviticus 27:1-34, NLT
Redemption of Gifts Offered to the Lord
1The Lord said to Moses,
9“If your vow involves giving an animal that is acceptable as an offering to the Lord, any gift to the Lord will be considered holy.
14“If someone dedicates a house to the Lord, the priest will come to assess its value. The priest’s assessment will be final, whether high or low.
16“If someone dedicates to the Lord a piece of his family property, its value will be assessed according to the amount of seed required to plant it—fifty shekels of silver for a field planted with five bushels of barley seed.*27:16 Hebrew 50 shekels [20 ounces or 570 grams] of silver for a homer [220 liters] of barley seed.
22“If someone dedicates to the Lord a field he has purchased but which is not part of his family property,
26“You may not dedicate a firstborn animal to the Lord, for the firstborn of your cattle, sheep, and goats already belong to him.
28“However, anything specially set apart for the Lord—whether a person, an animal, or family property—must never be sold or bought back. Anything devoted in this way has been set apart as holy, and it belongs to the Lord.
30“One-tenth of the produce of the land, whether grain from the fields or fruit from the trees, belongs to the Lord and must be set apart to him as holy.
34These are the commands that the Lord gave through Moses on Mount Sinai for the Israelites.