Save 25% on Plus Membership. Use the code FRIDAY25. Hurry - sale ends Monday!

Parallel Bible results for Leviticus 13

Holman Christian Standard Bible

New International Version

Leviticus 13

CSB 1 The Lord spoke to Moses and Aaron: NIV 1 The LORD said to Moses and Aaron, CSB 2 "When a person has a swelling, scab, or spot on the skin of his body, and it becomes a disease on the skin of his body, he is to be brought to Aaron the priest or to one of his sons, the priests. NIV 2 “When anyone has a swelling or a rash or a shiny spot on their skin that may be a defiling skin disease, they must be brought to Aaron the priest or to one of his sons who is a priest. CSB 3 The priest will examine the infection on the skin of his body. If the hair in the infection has turned white and the infection appears to be deeper than the skin of his body, it is a skin disease. After the priest examines him, he must pronounce him unclean. NIV 3 The priest is to examine the sore on the skin, and if the hair in the sore has turned white and the sore appears to be more than skin deep, it is a defiling skin disease. When the priest examines that person, he shall pronounce them ceremonially unclean. CSB 4 But if the spot on the skin of his body is white and does not appear to be deeper than the skin, and the hair in it has not turned white, the priest must quarantine the infected person for seven days. NIV 4 If the shiny spot on the skin is white but does not appear to be more than skin deep and the hair in it has not turned white, the priest is to isolate the affected person for seven days. CSB 5 The priest will then reexamine him on the seventh day. If the infection remains unchanged in his sight and has not spread on the skin, the priest must quarantine him for another seven days. NIV 5 On the seventh day the priest is to examine them, and if he sees that the sore is unchanged and has not spread in the skin, he is to isolate them for another seven days. CSB 6 The priest will examine him again on the seventh day. If the infection has faded and has not spread on the skin, the priest is to pronounce him clean; it is a scab. The person is to wash his clothes and will become clean. NIV 6 On the seventh day the priest is to examine them again, and if the sore has faded and has not spread in the skin, the priest shall pronounce them clean; it is only a rash. They must wash their clothes, and they will be clean. CSB 7 But if the scab spreads further on his skin after he has presented himself to the priest for his cleansing, he must present himself again to the priest. NIV 7 But if the rash does spread in their skin after they have shown themselves to the priest to be pronounced clean, they must appear before the priest again. CSB 8 The priest will examine him, and if the scab has spread on the skin, then the priest must pronounce him unclean; he has a skin disease. NIV 8 The priest is to examine that person, and if the rash has spread in the skin, he shall pronounce them unclean; it is a defiling skin disease. CSB 9 "When a skin disease develops on a person, he is to be brought to the priest. NIV 9 “When anyone has a defiling skin disease, they must be brought to the priest. CSB 10 The priest will examine him. If there is a white swelling on the skin that has turned the hair white, and there is a patch of raw flesh in the swelling, NIV 10 The priest is to examine them, and if there is a white swelling in the skin that has turned the hair white and if there is raw flesh in the swelling, CSB 11 it is a chronic disease on the skin of his body, and the priest must pronounce him unclean. He need not quarantine him, for he is unclean. NIV 11 it is a chronic skin disease and the priest shall pronounce them unclean. He is not to isolate them, because they are already unclean. CSB 12 But if the skin disease breaks out completely over the skin so that it covers all the skin of the infected person from his head to his feet so far as the priest can see, NIV 12 “If the disease breaks out all over their skin and, so far as the priest can see, it covers all the skin of the affected person from head to foot, CSB 13 the priest will look, and if the skin disease has covered his entire body, he is to pronounce the infected person clean. Since he has turned totally white, he is clean. NIV 13 the priest is to examine them, and if the disease has covered their whole body, he shall pronounce them clean. Since it has all turned white, they are clean. CSB 14 But whenever raw flesh appears on him, he will be unclean. NIV 14 But whenever raw flesh appears on them, they will be unclean. CSB 15 When the priest examines the raw flesh, he must pronounce him unclean. Raw flesh is unclean; it is a skin disease. NIV 15 When the priest sees the raw flesh, he shall pronounce them unclean. The raw flesh is unclean; they have a defiling disease. CSB 16 But if the raw flesh changes and turns white, he must go to the priest. NIV 16 If the raw flesh changes and turns white, they must go to the priest. CSB 17 The priest will examine him, and if the infection has turned white, the priest must pronounce the infected person clean; he is clean. NIV 17 The priest is to examine them, and if the sores have turned white, the priest shall pronounce the affected person clean; then they will be clean. CSB 18 "When a boil appears on the skin of one's body and it heals, NIV 18 “When someone has a boil on their skin and it heals, CSB 19 and a white swelling or a reddish-white spot develops where the boil was, the person must present himself to the priest. NIV 19 and in the place where the boil was, a white swelling or reddish-white spot appears, they must present themselves to the priest. CSB 20 The priest will make an examination, and if the spot seems to be beneath the skin and the hair in it has turned white, the priest must pronounce him unclean; it is a skin disease that has broken out in the boil. NIV 20 The priest is to examine it, and if it appears to be more than skin deep and the hair in it has turned white, the priest shall pronounce that person unclean. It is a defiling skin disease that has broken out where the boil was. CSB 21 But when the priest examines it, if there is no white hair in it, and it is not beneath the skin but is faded, the priest must quarantine him seven days. NIV 21 But if, when the priest examines it, there is no white hair in it and it is not more than skin deep and has faded, then the priest is to isolate them for seven days. CSB 22 If it spreads further on the skin, the priest must pronounce him unclean; it is an infection. NIV 22 If it is spreading in the skin, the priest shall pronounce them unclean; it is a defiling disease. CSB 23 But if the spot remains where it is and does not spread, it is [only] the scar from the boil. The priest is to pronounce him clean. NIV 23 But if the spot is unchanged and has not spread, it is only a scar from the boil, and the priest shall pronounce them clean. CSB 24 "When there is a burn on the skin of one's body produced by fire, and the patch made raw by the burn becomes a reddish-white or white spot, NIV 24 “When someone has a burn on their skin and a reddish-white or white spot appears in the raw flesh of the burn, CSB 25 the priest is to examine it. If the hair in the spot has turned white and the spot appears to be deeper than the skin, it is a skin disease that has broken out in the burn. The priest must pronounce him unclean; it is a skin disease. NIV 25 the priest is to examine the spot, and if the hair in it has turned white, and it appears to be more than skin deep, it is a defiling disease that has broken out in the burn. The priest shall pronounce them unclean; it is a defiling skin disease. CSB 26 But when the priest examines it, if there is no white hair in the spot and it is not beneath the skin but is faded, the priest must quarantine him seven days. NIV 26 But if the priest examines it and there is no white hair in the spot and if it is not more than skin deep and has faded, then the priest is to isolate them for seven days. CSB 27 The priest will reexamine him on the seventh day. If it has spread further on the skin, the priest must pronounce him unclean; it is a skin disease. NIV 27 On the seventh day the priest is to examine that person, and if it is spreading in the skin, the priest shall pronounce them unclean; it is a defiling skin disease. CSB 28 But if the spot has remained where it was and has not spread on the skin but is faded, it is the swelling from the burn. The priest is to pronounce him clean, for it is [only] the scar from the burn. NIV 28 If, however, the spot is unchanged and has not spread in the skin but has faded, it is a swelling from the burn, and the priest shall pronounce them clean; it is only a scar from the burn. CSB 29 "When a man or woman has an infection on the head or chin, NIV 29 “If a man or woman has a sore on their head or chin, CSB 30 the priest must examine the infection. If it appears to be deeper than the skin, and the hair in it is yellow and sparse, the priest must pronounce the person unclean. It is a scaly outbreak, a skin disease of the head or chin. NIV 30 the priest is to examine the sore, and if it appears to be more than skin deep and the hair in it is yellow and thin, the priest shall pronounce them unclean; it is a defiling skin disease on the head or chin. CSB 31 When the priest examines the scaly infection, if it does not appear to be deeper than the skin, and there is no black hair in it, the priest must quarantine the person with the scaly infection for seven days. NIV 31 But if, when the priest examines the sore, it does not seem to be more than skin deep and there is no black hair in it, then the priest is to isolate the affected person for seven days. CSB 32 The priest will reexamine the infection on the seventh day. If the scaly outbreak has not spread and there is no yellow hair in it and it does not appear to be deeper than the skin, NIV 32 On the seventh day the priest is to examine the sore, and if it has not spread and there is no yellow hair in it and it does not appear to be more than skin deep, CSB 33 the person must shave himself but not shave the scaly area. Then the priest must quarantine the person who has the scaly outbreak for another seven days. NIV 33 then the man or woman must shave themselves, except for the affected area, and the priest is to keep them isolated another seven days. CSB 34 The priest will examine the scaly outbreak on the seventh day, and if it has not spread on the skin and does not appear to be deeper than the skin, the priest is to pronounce the person clean. He is to wash his clothes, and he will be clean. NIV 34 On the seventh day the priest is to examine the sore, and if it has not spread in the skin and appears to be no more than skin deep, the priest shall pronounce them clean. They must wash their clothes, and they will be clean. CSB 35 But if the scaly outbreak spreads further on the skin after his cleansing, NIV 35 But if the sore does spread in the skin after they are pronounced clean, CSB 36 the priest is to examine the person. If the scaly outbreak has spread on the skin, the priest does not need to look for yellow hair; the person is unclean. NIV 36 the priest is to examine them, and if he finds that the sore has spread in the skin, he does not need to look for yellow hair; they are unclean. CSB 37 But if as far as he can see, the scaly outbreak remains unchanged and black hair has grown in it, then it has healed; he is clean. The priest is to pronounce the person clean. NIV 37 If, however, the sore is unchanged so far as the priest can see, and if black hair has grown in it, the affected person is healed. They are clean, and the priest shall pronounce them clean. CSB 38 "When a man or a woman has white spots on the skin of the body, NIV 38 “When a man or woman has white spots on the skin, CSB 39 the priest is to make an examination. If the spots on the skin of the body are dull white, it is [only] a rash that has broken out on the skin; the person is clean. NIV 39 the priest is to examine them, and if the spots are dull white, it is a harmless rash that has broken out on the skin; they are clean. CSB 40 "If a man loses the hair of his head, he is bald, but he is clean. NIV 40 “A man who has lost his hair and is bald is clean. CSB 41 Or if he loses the hair at his hairline, he is bald on his forehead, but he is clean. NIV 41 If he has lost his hair from the front of his scalp and has a bald forehead, he is clean. CSB 42 But if there is a reddish-white infection on the bald head or forehead, it is a skin disease breaking out on his head or forehead. NIV 42 But if he has a reddish-white sore on his bald head or forehead, it is a defiling disease breaking out on his head or forehead. CSB 43 The priest is to examine him, and if the swelling of the infection on his bald head or forehead is reddish-white, like the appearance of a skin disease on his body, NIV 43 The priest is to examine him, and if the swollen sore on his head or forehead is reddish-white like a defiling skin disease, CSB 44 the man is afflicted with a skin disease; he is unclean. The priest must pronounce him unclean; the infection is on his head. NIV 44 the man is diseased and is unclean. The priest shall pronounce him unclean because of the sore on his head. CSB 45 "The person afflicted with an infectious skin disease is to have his clothes torn and his hair hanging loose, and he must cover his mouth and cry out, 'Unclean, unclean!' NIV 45 “Anyone with such a defiling disease must wear torn clothes, let their hair be unkempt, cover the lower part of their face and cry out, ‘Unclean! Unclean!’ CSB 46 He will remain unclean as long as he has the infection; he is unclean. He must live alone in a place outside the camp. NIV 46 As long as they have the disease they remain unclean. They must live alone; they must live outside the camp. CSB 47 "If a fabric is contaminated with mildew-in wool or linen fabric, NIV 47 “As for any fabric that is spoiled with a defiling mold—any woolen or linen clothing, CSB 48 in the warp or woof of linen or wool, or in leather or anything made of leather- NIV 48 any woven or knitted material of linen or wool, any leather or anything made of leather— CSB 49 and if the contamination is green or red in the fabric, the leather, the warp, the woof, or any leather article, it is a mildew contamination and is to be shown to the priest. NIV 49 if the affected area in the fabric, the leather, the woven or knitted material, or any leather article, is greenish or reddish, it is a defiling mold and must be shown to the priest. CSB 50 The priest is to examine the contamination and quarantine the contaminated fabric for seven days. NIV 50 The priest is to examine the affected area and isolate the article for seven days. CSB 51 The priest is to reexamine the contamination on the seventh day. If it has spread in the fabric, the warp, the woof, or the leather, regardless of how it is used, the contamination is harmful mildew; it is unclean. NIV 51 On the seventh day he is to examine it, and if the mold has spread in the fabric, the woven or knitted material, or the leather, whatever its use, it is a persistent defiling mold; the article is unclean. CSB 52 He is to burn the fabric, the warp or woof in wool or linen, or any leather article, which is contaminated. Since it is harmful mildew it must be burned up. NIV 52 He must burn the fabric, the woven or knitted material of wool or linen, or any leather article that has been spoiled; because the defiling mold is persistent, the article must be burned. CSB 53 "When the priest examines [it], if the contamination has not spread in the fabric, the warp or woof, or any leather article, NIV 53 “But if, when the priest examines it, the mold has not spread in the fabric, the woven or knitted material, or the leather article, CSB 54 the priest is to order whatever is contaminated to be washed and quarantined for another seven days. NIV 54 he shall order that the spoiled article be washed. Then he is to isolate it for another seven days. CSB 55 After it has been washed, the priest is to reexamine the contamination. If the appearance of the contaminated article has not changed, it is unclean. Even though the contamination has not spread, you must burn up the fabric. It is a fungus on the front or back [of the fabric]. NIV 55 After the article has been washed, the priest is to examine it again, and if the mold has not changed its appearance, even though it has not spread, it is unclean. Burn it, no matter which side of the fabric has been spoiled. CSB 56 "If the priest examines [it], and the contamination has faded after it has been washed, he must cut the contaminated section out of the fabric, the leather, or the warp or woof. NIV 56 If, when the priest examines it, the mold has faded after the article has been washed, he is to tear the spoiled part out of the fabric, the leather, or the woven or knitted material. CSB 57 But if it reappears in the fabric, the warp or woof, or any leather article, it has broken out again. You must burn up whatever is contaminated. NIV 57 But if it reappears in the fabric, in the woven or knitted material, or in the leather article, it is a spreading mold; whatever has the mold must be burned. CSB 58 But if the contamination disappears from the fabric, the warp or woof, or any leather article, which have been washed, it is to be washed again, and it will be clean. NIV 58 Any fabric, woven or knitted material, or any leather article that has been washed and is rid of the mold, must be washed again. Then it will be clean.” CSB 59 "This is the law concerning a mildew contamination in wool or linen fabric, warp or woof, or any leather article, in order to pronounce it clean or unclean." NIV 59 These are the regulations concerning defiling molds in woolen or linen clothing, woven or knitted material, or any leather article, for pronouncing them clean or unclean.

California - Do Not Sell My Personal Information  California - CCPA Notice