Compare Translations for Leviticus 15:5

Leviticus 15:5 ASV
And whosoever toucheth his bed shall wash his clothes, and bathe himself in water, and be unclean until the even.
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Leviticus 15:5 BBE
And anyone touching his bed is to have his clothing washed and his body bathed in water and be unclean till evening.
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Leviticus 15:5 CEB
Anyone who touches such a bed must wash their clothes, bathe in water, and will be unclean until evening.
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Leviticus 15:5 CJB
Whoever touches his bed is to wash his clothes and bathe himself in water; he will be unclean until evening.
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Leviticus 15:5 RHE
If any man touch his bed, he shall wash his clothes and being washed with water, he shall be unclean until the evening.
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Leviticus 15:5 ESV
And anyone who touches his bed shall wash his clothes and bathe himself in water and be unclean until the evening.
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Leviticus 15:5 GW
Those who touch his bed must wash their clothes and their bodies. They will be unclean until evening.
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Leviticus 15:5 HNV
Whoever touches his bed shall wash his clothes, and bathe himself in water, and be unclean until the evening.
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Leviticus 15:5 CSB
Anyone who touches his bed is to wash his clothes and bathe with water, and he will remain unclean until evening.
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Leviticus 15:5 KJV
And whosoever toucheth his bed shall wash his clothes, and bathe himself in water, and be unclean until the even.
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Leviticus 15:5 LEB
And anyone who touches his bed must wash his garments and shall wash [himself] with water, and he shall be unclean until evening.
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Leviticus 15:5 NAS
'Anyone, moreover, who touches his bed shall wash his clothes and bathe in water and be unclean until evening;
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Leviticus 15:5 NCV
Anyone who touches his bed must wash his clothes and bathe in water, and the person will be unclean until evening.
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Leviticus 15:5 NIRV
" 'If any of you touches the man's bed, you must wash your clothes. You must take a bath. You will be "unclean" until evening.
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Leviticus 15:5 NIV
Anyone who touches his bed must wash his clothes and bathe with water, and he will be unclean till evening.
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Leviticus 15:5 NKJV
And whoever touches his bed shall wash his clothes and bathe in water, and be unclean until evening.
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Leviticus 15:5 NLT
"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.
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Leviticus 15:5 NRS
Anyone who touches his bed shall wash his clothes, and bathe in water, and be unclean until the evening.
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Leviticus 15:5 RSV
And any one who touches his bed shall wash his clothes, and bathe himself in water, and be unclean until the evening.
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Leviticus 15:5 DBY
And whoever toucheth his bed shall wash his garments, and bathe in water, and be unclean until the even.
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Leviticus 15:5 MSG
If someone touches his bed or sits on anything he's sat on, or touches the man with the discharge, he has to wash his clothes and bathe in water; he remains unclean until evening.
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Leviticus 15:5 WBT
And whoever toucheth his bed, shall wash his clothes, and bathe [himself] in water, and be unclean until the evening.
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Leviticus 15:5 TMB
And whosoever toucheth his bed shall wash his clothes and bathe himself in water, and be unclean until the evening.
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Leviticus 15:5 TNIV
Anyone who touches his bed must wash their clothes and bathe with water, and they will be unclean till evening.
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Leviticus 15:5 TYN
He that twicheth his couch, shall wassh his clothes ad bath him selfe with water, ad be vncleane vntyll the euen.
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Leviticus 15:5 WEB
Whoever touches his bed shall wash his clothes, and bathe himself in water, and be unclean until the evening.
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Leviticus 15:5 WYC
If any man toucheth his bed, he shall wash his clothes, and he shall be washed in water, and shall be unclean till to eventide.
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Leviticus 15:5 YLT
and any one who cometh against his bed doth wash his garments, and hath bathed with water, and been unclean till the evening.
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Leviticus 15 Commentary - Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)

Chapter 15

Laws concerning ceremonial uncleanness.

- We need not be curious in explaining these laws; but have reason to be thankful that we need fear no defilement, except that of sin, nor need ceremonial and burdensome purifications. These laws remind us that God sees all things, even those which escape the notice of men. The great gospel duties of faith and repentance are here signified, and the great gospel privileges of the application of Christ's blood to our souls for our justification, and his grace for our sanctification.

Leviticus 15 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

CHAPTER 15

Leviticus 15:1-18 . UNCLEANNESS OF MEN.

2. When any man hath a running issue--This chapter describes other forms of uncleanness, the nature of which is sufficiently intelligible in the text without any explanatory comment. Being the effects of licentiousness, they properly come within the notice of the legislator, and the very stringent rules here prescribed, both for the separation of the person diseased and for avoiding contamination from anything connected with him, were well calculated not only to prevent contagion, but to discourage the excesses of licentious indulgence.

9. what saddle . . . he rideth upon that hath the issue shall be

12. the vessel of earth, that he toucheth which hath the issue, shall be broken--It is thought that the pottery of the Israelites, like the earthenware jars in which the Egyptians kept their water, was unglazed and consequently porous, and that it was its porousness which, rendering it extremely liable to imbibe small particles of impure matter, was the reason why the vessel touched by an unclean person was ordered to be broken.

13, 14. then he shall number to himself seven days for his cleansing--Like a leprous person he underwent a week's probation, to make sure he was completely healed. Then with the sacrifices prescribed, the priest made an atonement for him, that is, offered the oblations necessary for the removal of his ceremonial defilement, as well as the typical pardon of his sins.

Leviticus 15:19-33 . UNCLEANNESS OF WOMEN.

19. if a woman have an issue--Though this, like the leprosy, might be a natural affection, it was anciently considered contagious and entailed a ceremonial defilement which typified a moral impurity. This ceremonial defilement had to be removed by an appointed method of ceremonial expiation, and the neglect of it subjected any one to the guilt of defiling the tabernacle, and to death as the penalty of profane temerity.

31-33. Thus shall ye separate the children of Israel from their uncleanness--The divine wisdom was manifested in inspiring the Israelites with a profound reverence for holy things; and nothing was more suited to this purpose than to debar from the tabernacle all who were polluted by any kind of uncleanness, ceremonial as well as natural, mental as well as physical. The better to mark out that people as His family, His servants and priests, dwelling in the camp as in a holy place, consecrated by His presence and His tabernacle, He required of them complete purity, and did not allow them to come before Him when defiled, even by involuntary or secret impurities, as a want of respect due to His majesty. And when we bear in mind that God was training a people to live in His presence in some measure as priests devoted to His service, we shall not consider these rules for the maintenance of personal purity either too stringent or too minute ( 1 Thessalonians 4:4 ).