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  • But if your vow involves an unclean animal--one that is not acceptable as an offering to the LORD--then you must bring the animal to the priest. - Leviticus 27:11

  • However, if it is the firstborn of a ceremonially unclean animal, you may redeem it by paying the priest's assessment of its worth, plus 20 percent. If you do not redeem it, the priest may sell it to someone else for its assessed value. - Leviticus 27:27

  • and said, "We have become ceremonially unclean by touching a dead person. But why should we be excluded from presenting the LORD's offering at the proper time with the rest of the Israelites?" - Numbers 9:7

  • "Say to the Israelites: `If any of the people now or in future generations are ceremonially unclean at Passover time because of touching a dead body, or if they are on a journey and cannot be present at the ceremony, they may still celebrate the LORD's Passover. - Numbers 9:10

  • "The firstborn of every mother, whether human or animal, that is offered to the LORD will be yours. But you must always redeem your firstborn sons and the firstborn males of ritually unclean animals. - Numbers 18:15

  • "Then the priest must wash his clothes and bathe himself in water. Afterward he may return to the camp, though he will remain ceremonially unclean until evening. - Numbers 19:7

  • The man who burns the animal must also wash his clothes and bathe in water, and he, too, will remain unclean until evening. - Numbers 19:8

  • The man who gathers up the ashes of the heifer must also wash his clothes, and he will remain ceremonially unclean until evening. This is a permanent law for the people of Israel and any foreigners who live among them. - Numbers 19:10

  • "All those who touch a dead human body will be ceremonially unclean for seven days. - Numbers 19:11

  • They must purify themselves on the third and seventh days with the water of purification; then they will be purified. But if they do not do this on the third and seventh days, they will continue to be unclean even after the seventh day. - Numbers 19:12

  • "This is the ritual law that applies when someone dies in a tent: Those who enter that tent, and those who were inside when the death occurred, will be ceremonially unclean for seven days. - Numbers 19:14

  • And if someone outdoors touches the corpse of someone who was killed with a sword or who died a natural death, or if someone touches a human bone or a grave, that person will be unclean for seven days. - Numbers 19:16

  • 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

  • "But you may butcher animals for meat in any town, wherever you want, just as you do now with gazelle and deer. You may eat as many animals as the LORD your God gives you. All of you, whether ceremonially clean or unclean, may eat that meat. - Deuteronomy 12:15

  • Anyone, whether ceremonially clean or unclean, may eat that meat, just as you do now with gazelle and deer. - Deuteronomy 12:22

  • "You must not eat animals that are ceremonially unclean. - Deuteronomy 14:3

  • And the pig may not be eaten, for though it has split hooves, it does not chew the cud. All these animals are ceremonially unclean for you. You may not eat or even touch the dead bodies of such animals. - Deuteronomy 14:8
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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