( Leviticus 15:2 Leviticus 15:3 ; 22:4 ; Numbers 5:2 ; 2 Samuel 3:29 ) In ( Leviticus 15:3 ) a distinction is introduced, which merely means that the cessation of the actual flux does not constitute ceremonial cleanness, but that the patient must abide the legal time, seven days, ver 13, and perform the prescribed purifications and sacrifice. ver. 14.
Bibliography InformationSmith, William, Dr. "Entry for 'Issue, Running'". "Smith's Bible Dictionary".