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Leviticus 14

NLT 1 And the said to Moses, NIV 1 The LORD said to Moses, NLT 2 “The following instructions are for those seeking ceremonial purification from a skin disease. Those who have been healed must be brought to the priest, NIV 2 "These are the regulations for the diseased person at the time of his ceremonial cleansing, when he is brought to the priest: NLT 3 who will examine them at a place outside the camp. If the priest finds that someone has been healed of a serious skin disease, NIV 3 The priest is to go outside the camp and examine him. If the person has been healed of his infectious skin disease, NLT 4 he will perform a purification ceremony, using two live birds that are ceremonially clean, a stick of cedar, some scarlet yarn, and a hyssop branch. NIV 4 the priest shall order that two live clean birds and some cedar wood, scarlet yarn and hyssop be brought for the one to be cleansed. NLT 5 The priest will order that one bird be slaughtered over a clay pot filled with fresh water. NIV 5 Then the priest shall order that one of the birds be killed over fresh water in a clay pot. NLT 6 He will take the live bird, the cedar stick, the scarlet yarn, and the hyssop branch, and dip them into the blood of the bird that was slaughtered over the fresh water. NIV 6 He is then to take the live bird and dip it, together with the cedar wood, the scarlet yarn and the hyssop, into the blood of the bird that was killed over the fresh water. NLT 7 The priest will then sprinkle the blood of the dead bird seven times on the person being purified of the skin disease. When the priest has purified the person, he will release the live bird in the open field to fly away. NIV 7 Seven times he shall sprinkle the one to be cleansed of the infectious disease and pronounce him clean. Then he is to release the live bird in the open fields. NLT 8 “The persons being purified must then wash their clothes, shave off all their hair, and bathe themselves in water. Then they will be ceremonially clean and may return to the camp. However, they must remain outside their tents for seven days. NIV 8 "The person to be cleansed must wash his clothes, shave off all his hair and bathe with water; then he will be ceremonially clean. After this he may come into the camp, but he must stay outside his tent for seven days. NLT 9 On the seventh day they must again shave all the hair from their heads, including the hair of the beard and eyebrows. They must also wash their clothes and bathe themselves in water. Then they will be ceremonially clean. NIV 9 On the seventh day he must shave off all his hair; he must shave his head, his beard, his eyebrows and the rest of his hair. He must wash his clothes and bathe himself with water, and he will be clean. NLT 10 “On the eighth day each person being purified must bring two male lambs and a one-year-old female lamb, all with no defects, along with a grain offering of six quarts of choice flour moistened with olive oil, and a cup of olive oil. NIV 10 "On the eighth day he must bring two male lambs and one ewe lamb a year old, each without defect, along with three-tenths of an ephah of fine flour mixed with oil for a grain offering, and one log of oil. NLT 11 Then the officiating priest will present that person for purification, along with the offerings, before the at the entrance of the Tabernacle. NIV 11 The priest who pronounces him clean shall present both the one to be cleansed and his offerings before the LORD at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting. NLT 12 The priest will take one of the male lambs and the olive oil and present them as a guilt offering, lifting them up as a special offering before the . NIV 12 "Then the priest is to take one of the male lambs and offer it as a guilt offering, along with the log of oil; he shall wave them before the LORD as a wave offering. NLT 13 He will then slaughter the male lamb in the sacred area where sin offerings and burnt offerings are slaughtered. As with the sin offering, the guilt offering belongs to the priest. It is a most holy offering. NIV 13 He is to slaughter the lamb in the holy place where the sin offering and the burnt offering are slaughtered. Like the sin offering, the guilt offering belongs to the priest; it is most holy. NLT 14 The priest will then take some of the blood of the guilt offering and apply it to the lobe of the right ear, the thumb of the right hand, and the big toe of the right foot of the person being purified. NIV 14 The priest is to take some of the blood of the guilt offering and put it on the lobe of the right ear of the one to be cleansed, on the thumb of his right hand and on the big toe of his right foot. NLT 15 “Then the priest will pour some of the olive oil into the palm of his own left hand. NIV 15 The priest shall then take some of the log of oil, pour it in the palm of his own left hand, NLT 16 He will dip his right finger into the oil in his palm and sprinkle some of it with his finger seven times before the . NIV 16 dip his right forefinger into the oil in his palm, and with his finger sprinkle some of it before the LORD seven times. NLT 17 The priest will then apply some of the oil in his palm over the blood from the guilt offering that is on the lobe of the right ear, the thumb of the right hand, and the big toe of the right foot of the person being purified. NIV 17 The priest is to put some of the oil remaining in his palm on the lobe of the right ear of the one to be cleansed, on the thumb of his right hand and on the big toe of his right foot, on top of the blood of the guilt offering. NLT 18 The priest will apply the oil remaining in his hand to the head of the person being purified. Through this process, the priest will purify the person before the . NIV 18 The rest of the oil in his palm the priest shall put on the head of the one to be cleansed and make atonement for him before the LORD. NLT 19 “Then the priest must present the sin offering to purify the person who was cured of the skin disease. After that, the priest will slaughter the burnt offering NIV 19 "Then the priest is to sacrifice the sin offering and make atonement for the one to be cleansed from his uncleanness. After that, the priest shall slaughter the burnt offering NLT 20 and offer it on the altar along with the grain offering. Through this process, the priest will purify the person who was healed, and the person will be ceremonially clean. NIV 20 and offer it on the altar, together with the grain offering, and make atonement for him, and he will be clean. NLT 21 “But anyone who is too poor and cannot afford these offerings may bring one male lamb for a guilt offering, to be lifted up as a special offering for purification. The person must also bring two quarts of choice flour moistened with olive oil for the grain offering and a cup of olive oil. NIV 21 "If, however, he is poor and cannot afford these, he must take one male lamb as a guilt offering to be waved to make atonement for him, together with a tenth of an ephah of fine flour mixed with oil for a grain offering, a log of oil, NLT 22 The offering must also include two turtledoves or two young pigeons, whichever the person can afford. One of the pair must be used for the sin offering and the other for a burnt offering. NIV 22 and two doves or two young pigeons, which he can afford, one for a sin offering and the other for a burnt offering. NLT 23 On the eighth day of the purification ceremony, the person being purified must bring the offerings to the priest in the ’s presence at the entrance of the Tabernacle. NIV 23 "On the eighth day he must bring them for his cleansing to the priest at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting, before the LORD. NLT 24 The priest will take the lamb for the guilt offering, along with the olive oil, and lift them up as a special offering to the . NIV 24 The priest is to take the lamb for the guilt offering, together with the log of oil, and wave them before the LORD as a wave offering. NLT 25 Then the priest will slaughter the lamb for the guilt offering. He will take some of its blood and apply it to the lobe of the right ear, the thumb of the right hand, and the big toe of the right foot of the person being purified. NIV 25 He shall slaughter the lamb for the guilt offering and take some of its blood and put it on the lobe of the right ear of the one to be cleansed, on the thumb of his right hand and on the big toe of his right foot. NLT 26 “The priest will also pour some of the olive oil into the palm of his own left hand. NIV 26 The priest is to pour some of the oil into the palm of his own left hand, NLT 27 He will dip his right finger into the oil in his palm and sprinkle some of it seven times before the . NIV 27 and with his right forefinger sprinkle some of the oil from his palm seven times before the LORD. NLT 28 The priest will then apply some of the oil in his palm over the blood from the guilt offering that is on the lobe of the right ear, the thumb of the right hand, and the big toe of the right foot of the person being purified. NIV 28 Some of the oil in his palm he is to put on the same places he put the blood of the guilt offering--on the lobe of the right ear of the one to be cleansed, on the thumb of his right hand and on the big toe of his right foot. NLT 29 The priest will apply the oil remaining in his hand to the head of the person being purified. Through this process, the priest will purify the person before the . NIV 29 The rest of the oil in his palm the priest shall put on the head of the one to be cleansed, to make atonement for him before the LORD. NLT 30 “Then the priest will offer the two turtledoves or the two young pigeons, whichever the person can afford. NIV 30 Then he shall sacrifice the doves or the young pigeons, which the person can afford, NLT 31 One of them is for a sin offering and the other for a burnt offering, to be presented along with the grain offering. Through this process, the priest will purify the person before the . NIV 31 one as a sin offering and the other as a burnt offering, together with the grain offering. In this way the priest will make atonement before the LORD on behalf of the one to be cleansed." NLT 32 These are the instructions for purification for those who have recovered from a serious skin disease but who cannot afford to bring the offerings normally required for the ceremony of purification.” NIV 32 These are the regulations for anyone who has an infectious skin disease and who cannot afford the regular offerings for his cleansing. NLT 33 Then the said to Moses and Aaron, NIV 33 The LORD said to Moses and Aaron, NLT 34 “When you arrive in Canaan, the land I am giving you as your own possession, I may contaminate some of the houses in your land with mildew. NIV 34 "When you enter the land of Canaan, which I am giving you as your possession, and I put a spreading mildew in a house in that land, NLT 35 The owner of such a house must then go to the priest and say, ‘It appears that my house has some kind of mildew.’ NIV 35 the owner of the house must go and tell the priest, 'I have seen something that looks like mildew in my house.' NLT 36 Before the priest goes in to inspect the house, he must have the house emptied so nothing inside will be pronounced ceremonially unclean. NIV 36 The priest is to order the house to be emptied before he goes in to examine the mildew, so that nothing in the house will be pronounced unclean. After this the priest is to go in and inspect the house. NLT 37 Then the priest will go in and examine the mildew on the walls. If he finds greenish or reddish streaks and the contamination appears to go deeper than the wall’s surface, NIV 37 He is to examine the mildew on the walls, and if it has greenish or reddish depressions that appear to be deeper than the surface of the wall, NLT 38 the priest will step outside the door and put the house in quarantine for seven days. NIV 38 the priest shall go out the doorway of the house and close it up for seven days. NLT 39 On the seventh day the priest must return for another inspection. If he finds that the mildew on the walls of the house has spread, NIV 39 On the seventh day the priest shall return to inspect the house. If the mildew has spread on the walls, NLT 40 the priest must order that the stones from those areas be removed. The contaminated material will then be taken outside the town to an area designated as ceremonially unclean. NIV 40 he is to order that the contaminated stones be torn out and thrown into an unclean place outside the town. NLT 41 Next the inside walls of the entire house must be scraped thoroughly and the scrapings dumped in the unclean place outside the town. NIV 41 He must have all the inside walls of the house scraped and the material that is scraped off dumped into an unclean place outside the town. NLT 42 Other stones will be brought in to replace the ones that were removed, and the walls will be replastered. NIV 42 Then they are to take other stones to replace these and take new clay and plaster the house. NLT 43 “But if the mildew reappears after all the stones have been replaced and the house has been scraped and replastered, NIV 43 "If the mildew reappears in the house after the stones have been torn out and the house scraped and plastered, NLT 44 the priest must return and inspect the house again. If he finds that the mildew has spread, the walls are clearly contaminated with a serious mildew, and the house is defiled. NIV 44 the priest is to go and examine it and, if the mildew has spread in the house, it is a destructive mildew; the house is unclean. NLT 45 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. NIV 45 It must be torn down--its stones, timbers and all the plaster--and taken out of the town to an unclean place. NLT 46 Those who enter the house during the period of quarantine will be ceremonially unclean until evening, NIV 46 "Anyone who goes into the house while it is closed up will be unclean till evening. NLT 47 and all who sleep or eat in the house must wash their clothing. NIV 47 Anyone who sleeps or eats in the house must wash his clothes. NLT 48 “But if the priest returns for his inspection and finds that the mildew has not reappeared in the house after the fresh plastering, he will pronounce it clean because the mildew is clearly gone. NIV 48 "But if the priest comes to examine it and the mildew has not spread after the house has been plastered, he shall pronounce the house clean, because the mildew is gone. NLT 49 To purify the house the priest must take two birds, a stick of cedar, some scarlet yarn, and a hyssop branch. NIV 49 To purify the house he is to take two birds and some cedar wood, scarlet yarn and hyssop. NLT 50 He will slaughter one of the birds over a clay pot filled with fresh water. NIV 50 He shall kill one of the birds over fresh water in a clay pot. NLT 51 He will take the cedar stick, the hyssop branch, the scarlet yarn, and the live bird, and dip them into the blood of the slaughtered bird and into the fresh water. Then he will sprinkle the house seven times. NIV 51 Then he is to take the cedar wood, the hyssop, the scarlet yarn and the live bird, dip them into the blood of the dead bird and the fresh water, and sprinkle the house seven times. NLT 52 When the priest has purified the house in exactly this way, NIV 52 He shall purify the house with the bird's blood, the fresh water, the live bird, the cedar wood, the hyssop and the scarlet yarn. NLT 53 he will release the live bird in the open fields outside the town. Through this process, the priest will purify the house, and it will be ceremonially clean. NIV 53 Then he is to release the live bird in the open fields outside the town. In this way he will make atonement for the house, and it will be clean." NLT 54 “These are the instructions for dealing with serious skin diseases, including scabby sores; NIV 54 These are the regulations for any infectious skin disease, for an itch, NLT 55 and mildew, whether on clothing or in a house; NIV 55 for mildew in clothing or in a house, NLT 56 and a swelling on the skin, a rash, or discolored skin. NIV 56 and for a swelling, a rash or a bright spot, NLT 57 This procedure will determine whether a person or object is ceremonially clean or unclean. “These are the instructions regarding skin diseases and mildew.” NIV 57 to determine when something is clean or unclean. These are the regulations for infectious skin diseases and mildew.