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  • Before the priest examines the house, he must have the house emptied so everything inside will not be pronounced unclean. Then the priest will go in and inspect the house. - Leviticus 14:36


  • the priest must order that the stones from those areas be removed. The contaminated material will then be thrown into an area outside the town designated as ceremonially unclean. - Leviticus 14:40


  • Next the inside walls of the entire house must be scraped thoroughly and the scrapings dumped in the unclean place outside the town. - Leviticus 14:41


  • It must be torn down, and all its stones, timbers, and plaster must be carried out of town to the place designated as ceremonially unclean. - Leviticus 14:45


  • Anyone who enters the house while it is closed will be considered ceremonially unclean until evening. - Leviticus 14:46


  • These instructions must be followed when dealing with any contagious skin disease or infectious mildew, to determine when something is ceremonially clean or unclean." - Leviticus 14:57


  • "Give these further instructions to the Israelites: Any man who has a genital discharge* is ceremonially unclean because of it.1 - Leviticus 15:2


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


  • The same instructions apply if you touch the man who has the unclean discharge. - Leviticus 15:7


  • "Whenever a woman has her menstrual period, she will be ceremonially unclean for seven days. If you touch her during that time, you will be defiled until evening. - Leviticus 15:19


  • "If the menstrual flow of blood continues for many days beyond the normal period, or if she discharges blood unrelated to her menstruation, the woman will be ceremonially unclean as long as the discharge continues. - Leviticus 15:25


  • "And this command also applies both to Israelites and the foreigners living among you. If you eat from the carcass of an animal that died a natural death or was killed by a wild animal, you must wash your clothes and bathe yourselves in water. Then you will remain ceremonially unclean until evening; after that, you will be considered clean. - Leviticus 17:15


  • "You must therefore make a distinction between ceremonially clean and unclean animals, and between clean and unclean birds. You must not defile yourselves by eating any animal or bird or creeping creature that I have forbidden. - Leviticus 20:25


  • The LORD said to Moses, "Tell the priests to avoid making themselves ceremonially unclean by touching a dead relative - Leviticus 21:1


  • Remind them that if any of their descendants are ceremonially unclean when they approach the sacred food presented by the Israelites, they must be cut off from my presence. I am the LORD! - Leviticus 22:3


  • "If any of the priests have a contagious skin disease* or any kind of discharge that makes them ceremonially unclean, they may not eat the sacred offerings until they have been pronounced clean. If any of the priests become unclean by touching a corpse, or are defiled by an emission of semen,1 - Leviticus 22:4


  • or by touching a creeping creature that is unclean, or by touching someone who is ceremonially unclean for any reason, - Leviticus 22:5
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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