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  • If the water used to cleanse an unclean object touches any food, all of that food will be defiled. And any beverage that is in such an unclean container will be defiled. - Leviticus 11:34


  • "However, if the dead body of such an animal falls into a spring or a cistern, the water will still be clean. But anyone who removes the dead body will be defiled. - Leviticus 11:36


  • "These are the instructions regarding the land animals, the birds, and all the living things that move through the water or swarm over the earth, - Leviticus 11:46


  • "The people being purified must complete the cleansing ceremony by washing their clothes, shaving off all their hair, and bathing themselves in water. Then they will be ceremonially clean and may return to live inside the camp. However, they must still remain outside their tents for seven days. - Leviticus 14:8


  • On the seventh day, they must again shave off all their hair, including the hair of the beard and eyebrows, and wash their clothes and bathe themselves in water. Then they will be pronounced ceremonially clean. - Leviticus 14:9


  • "So if you touch the man's bedding, you will be required to wash your clothes and bathe in water, and you will remain ceremonially defiled until evening. - Leviticus 15:5


  • If you sit where the man with the discharge has sat, you will be required to wash your clothes and bathe in water. You will then remain defiled until evening. - Leviticus 15:6


  • If you touch or carry anything that was under him, you will be required to wash your clothes and bathe in water, and you will remain defiled until evening. - Leviticus 15:10


  • If the man touches you without first rinsing his hands, then you will be required to wash your clothes and bathe in water, and you will remain defiled until evening. - Leviticus 15:11


  • Any clay pot touched by the man with the discharge must be broken, and every wooden utensil he touches must be rinsed with water. - Leviticus 15:12


  • If you touch her bed, you must wash your clothes and bathe in water, and you will remain defiled until evening. - Leviticus 15:21


  • If you touch her bed or anything on which she sits, you will be defiled. You will be required to wash your clothes and bathe in water, and you will remain defiled until evening. - Leviticus 15:27


  • Then he must bathe his entire body with water in a sacred place, put on his garments, and go out to sacrifice his own whole burnt offering and the whole burnt offering for the people. In this way, he will make atonement for himself and for the people. - Leviticus 16:24


  • "The man chosen to send the goat out into the wilderness as a scapegoat must wash his clothes and bathe in water. Then he may return to the camp. - Leviticus 16:26


  • The man who does the burning must wash his clothes and bathe himself in water before returning to the camp. - Leviticus 16:28


  • "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


  • they will remain defiled until evening. They must not eat any of the sacred offerings until they have purified their bodies with water. - Leviticus 22:6
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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