5.1 if he does not tell it he bears guilt... This is one that could have all kinds of implications to consider. Not only "the whole truth" part as a court witness, but withholding information in business situations, etc.
5.3 when he realizes it, then he shall be guilty... Guilty in what sense? Verse six seems to help.
5.6 trespass offering to the LORD...
>lamb or kid ... as a sin offering
> or two turtledoves or two young pigeons
priest wring head from neck of first
sprinkle some blood on side of the altar and rest drained at the base
second offered as a burnt offering as prescribed.
5.10 and it shall be forgiven him...
>or one-tenth an ephah of fine flour
no oil, but frankincenes
for a sin offering
priest burns a handfull
the rest shall be the priest's
5.15 sins unintentionally...
ram from the flock
with valuation in shekels of the temple
restitution for harm done to the holy thing
5.16 and it shall be forgiven him
5.17 though he does not know it, yet he is guilty... Thinking about how this relates to 5.3.
6.2-3 lying about what was
what was given for safekeeping
what was lost
6.5 restore its full value, add one fifth...
6.6 trespass offering ... ream without blemish from the flock
6.9 burnt offering
6.14 law of the grain offering
burn handful...for a sweet aroma, as a memorial to the LORD...
the remainder of it priests eat
it shall not be baked
most holy like the sin offering and the trespass offering
everyone who touches them shall be holy
6.20 daily grain offering
made in a pan
every grain offering shall be wholly burned
6.25 sin offering
It is most holy
eaten in the court of the tabernacle
everyone who touches it must be holy
wash that garment
vessel broken, bronze washed
all males may eat
6.30 no sin offering ... blood to make atonement ... shall be eaten ... burned with fire