Leviticus 13:2

Overview - Leviticus 13
The laws and tokens whereby the priest is to be guided in discerning the leprosy.
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Leviticus 13:2  (King James Version)
When a man shall have in the skin of his flesh a rising, a scab, or bright spot, and it be in the skin of his flesh like the plague of leprosy; then he shall be brought unto Aaron the priest, or unto one of his sons the priests:

or, swelling. a scab.
14:56 Deuteronomy 28:27 ; Isaiah 3:17

the plague of leprosy
{Tzarth,} the Leprosy, from the Greek [lepra,] from [lepis,] a scale; so called, because in this disease the body is covered with thin white scales, so as to give it the appearance of snow. The leprosy is a dreadful, contagious disorder, common in Egypt and Syria, and generally manifests itself at first in the manner described in the text. Its commencement is imperceptible; there appearing only a few reddish spots on the skin, which are not attended with pain or any other symptom, but cannot be removed. It increases imperceptibly, and continues for some years to be more and more manifest. The spots become larger, spread over the whole skin, and are sometimes rather raised, though generally flat. When it increases the upper part of the nose swells, the nostrils distend, the nose becomes soft, swellings appear on the under jaws, the eyebrows are elevated, the ears grow thick, the ends of the fingers, feet, and toes, swell, the nails grow scaly, the joints of the hands and feet separate, the palms of hands and soles of the feet are ulcerated, and in its last stage the patient becomes horrible, and falls to pieces.
Leviticus 14:3 Leviticus 14:35 Exodus 4:6 Exodus 4:7 ; Numbers 12:10 Numbers 12:12 ; 2 Samuel 3:29 ; 2 Kings 5:1 2 Kings 5:27 ; 2 Chronicles 26:19-21
Isaiah 1:6

he shall
Deuteronomy 17:8 Deuteronomy 17:9 ; 24:8 Malachi 2:7 ; Matthew 8:4 ; Mark 1:44 ; Luke 5:14 ; 17:14
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