4 and her father hearsCC of her vow or her pledge by which she has bound herselfDD and says nothingEE to her, then all her vows shall stand,FF and anyGG pledge by which she has bound herself shall stand.
5 But if her father overrulesHH her at the timeII that he hears of it, noJJ vow of hers and no pledge by which she has bound herself shall stand, and the LordKK will forgiveLL her because her father overruled her.
7 and her husbandPP hears of it and says nothing to her at the time that he hears, then her vows shall stand, and her pledges by which she has bound herself shall stand. 8 But if, at the time that her husband hears of it, he overrules her, then he shall nullifyQQ the vow by which she was obligated or the thoughtless utterance of her lips by which she bound herself, and the LordRR will forgive her. 9 (But everySS vow of a widowTT or of a divorced woman,UU by which she has bound herself, shall be bindingVV upon her.)
10 And if she made a vow in her husband’s house or boundWW herself by a pledge with an oath 11 and her husband heard it and said nothing to her and did not overrule her, then all her vows shall stand, and any pledge by which she boundXX herself shall stand. 12 But if her husband nullifiesYY them at the time that he hears them,
then he validatesHHH all her vows or all her pledges by which she is obligated; he has validated them because he said nothing to her at the time that he heard of them. 15 But if he nullifiesIII them some time afterJJJ he has heard of them, then he shall bearKKK her guilt.”LLL
Image credit: “Bedouin Encampment at Dusk” by Abraham Hermanjat, between around 1892 and 1893.