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 7:18
7:18 If the person bringing the offering [even plans] to eat it on the third day, [the sacrifice] will not be accepted. It is considered putrid, and it will not be counted in his favor. Any person who eats it will bear his guilt.
Ve'im he'achol ye'achel mibesar-zevach shlamav bayom hashlishi lo yeratseh hamakriv oto lo yechashev lo pigul yiheyeh vehanefesh ha'ochelet mimenu avonah tisa.



Commentary:

even plans
  ( Zevachim 29a; Rashi).

putrid
  (Ibn Janach; Radak, Sherashim). Piggul in Hebrew. Or, 'disgusting' (Saadia), or, 'rejected' (Targum).

bear his guilt
  This involves being cut off spiritually (Rashi).





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