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  • "Or if they touch something that is ceremonially unclean, such as the dead body of an animal that is ceremonially unclean--whether a wild animal, a domesticated animal, or an animal that scurries along the ground--they will be considered ceremonially unclean and guilty, even if they are unaware of their defilement. - Leviticus 5:2

  • "Or if they come into contact with any source of human defilement, even if they don't realize they have been defiled, they will be considered guilty as soon as they become aware of it. - Leviticus 5:3

  • If anyone touches anything that is unclean, whether it is human defilement or an unclean animal, and then eats meat from the LORD's sacrifices, that person must be cut off from the community." - Leviticus 7:21

  • This defilement applies whether the discharge continues or is stopped up. In either case the man is unclean. - Leviticus 15:3

  • Then he must dip his finger into the blood and sprinkle it seven times over the altar. In this way, he will cleanse it from Israel's defilement and return it to its former holiness. - Leviticus 16:19

  • "If their hair is defiled because someone suddenly falls dead beside them, they must wait for seven days and then shave their heads. Then they will be cleansed from their defilement. - Numbers 6:9

  • The days of their vow that were completed before their defilement no longer count. They must rededicate themselves to the LORD for the full term of their vow, and each must bring a one-year-old male lamb for a guilt offering. - Numbers 6:12

  • All those who touch a dead body and do not purify themselves in the proper way defile the LORD's Tabernacle and will be cut off from the community of Israel. Since the water of purification was not sprinkled on them, their defilement continues. - Numbers 19:13

  • "To remove the defilement, put some of the ashes from the burnt purification offering in a jar and pour fresh water over them. - Numbers 19:17

  • On the third and seventh days the ceremonially clean person must sprinkle the water on those who are unclean. Then on the seventh day the people being cleansed must wash their clothes and bathe themselves, and that evening they will be cleansed of their defilement. - Numbers 19:19

  • "On that day a fountain will be opened for the dynasty of David and for the people of Jerusalem, a fountain to cleanse them from all their sins and defilement. - Zechariah 13:1

  • Under the old system, the blood of goats and bulls and the ashes of a young cow could cleanse people's bodies from ritual defilement. - Hebrews 9:13

New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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