1And there was an ish from har Ephrayim, whose shem was Mikhay'hu. 2And he said unto his em, The eleven hundred pieces of kesef that were taken from thee, about which thou did utter a curse, and spoke of also in mine ears, Hinei, the kesef is with me; I took it. And his em said, Baruch beni LaHashem. 3And when he had restored the eleven hundred pieces of kesef to his em, his em said, I had wholly set apart as kodesh the kesef unto Hashem from my hand for beni (my son), to make a pesel (carved image, idol [See Ex 20:4]) and a masekhah (an image cast from a mold [See Ex 32:4]); now therefore I will return it unto thee. 4So he restored the kesef unto his em; and his em took two hundred pieces of kesef and gave them to the tzoref (goldsmith), who made thereof a pesel and a masekhah; and they were in the bais Mikhay'hu. 5And the ish Mikhay'hu had a bais elohim, and made an ephod, and teraphim, and ordained one of his banim, who became his kohen. 6In those yamim there was no melech in Yisroel, but every man did that which was right in his own eyes. 7Meanwhile there was a na'ar from Beit-Lechem Yehudah of the mishpakhat Yehudah, who was a Levi, and he sojourned there. 8And the ish departed out of the Ir from Beit-Lechem Yehudah to sojourn where he could find a place; and he came to har Ephrayim to the bais Mikhay'hu, as he made his derech. 9And Mikhay'hu said unto him, Whence comest thou? And he said unto him, I am a Levi of Beit-Lechem Yehudah, and I go to sojourn where I may find a place. 10And Mikhay'hu said unto him, Dwell with me, and be unto me an av and a kohen, and I will give thee ten pieces of kesef a year, and a set of begadim, and mikhyah (maintenance, livelihood). So the Levi went in. 11And the Levi agreed to dwell with the ish; and the na'ar was unto him as one of his banim. 12And Mikhay'hu ordained (literally, filled the hands of, consecrated, appointed as his own priest) the Levi; and the na'ar became his kohen, and was in the bais Mikhay'hu. 13Then said Mikhay'hu, Now I have da'as that Hashem will do me good, seeing I have a Levi as my kohen.