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2 This is the ordinance of the Law, which the Lord hath commaunded, saying, Speake vnto the children of Israel, that they bring thee a red heifer without spot, wherein is no blemish, and vpon which neuer came yoke.
9 And a man that is cleane, shall gather vp the ashes of the heifer, and lay them vp without the campe in a cleane place, and it shall bee kept for the Congregation of the children of Israel, for a water of separation: it is a purification for sinne.
10 And he that gathereth the ashes of the heifer, shall wash his clothes, and be vncleane vntil the Euen: and it shall be vnto the children of Israel, and vnto the stranger that soiourneth among them, for a statute for euer.
13 Whosoeuer toucheth the dead bodie of any man that is dead, and purifieth not himselfe, defileth the Tabernacle of the Lord, and that soule shall be cut off from Israel, because the water of separation was not sprinckled vpon him: he shall be vncleane, his vncleannesse is yet vpon him.
18 And a cleane person shall take hysope, and dippe it in the water, and sprinckle it vpon the tent, and vpon all the vessels, and vpon the persons that were there, and vpon him that touched a bone, or one slaine, or one dead, or a graue.
19 And the cleane person shal sprinkle vpon the vncleane on the third day, and on the seuenth day: and on the seuenth day he shall purifie himselfe, and wash his clothes, and bathe himselfe in water, and shall be cleane at Euen.
20 But the man that shall bee vncleane, and shall not purifie himselfe, that soule shall bee cut off from among the Congregation: because he hath defiled the Sanctuary of the Lord, the water of separation hath not beene sprinkled vpon him, he is vncleane.
21 And it shall be a perpetuall statute vnto them, that he that sprinkleth the water of separation, shall wash his clothes: and he that toucheth the water of separation, shall be vncleane vntill Euen.
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Kabelo's Numbers Chapter 19 comment about verse 19 on 4/09/2013, 4:25am...
Kindly explain/simplify in your own version Numbers 19:19 and give a relative parable in the New Testament.
Best regards in Jesus name
JAMES's Numbers Chapter 19 comment on 11/03/2011, 11:03am...
TO WHOM THAT THINK THE LAW OF FOOD WAS DONE AWAY WITH, PLEASE READ, MATTHEW 5:17 Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or to destroy the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill. KJV
If you will follow up on this go to Acts 10:9 start reading there and thru Acts10:28
If you will notice Peter never eat of the food,
and it was not talking of food we eat, but to call no man common or unclean.
I once thought the same as you, but I will not eat anything that Leviticus chapter 11 says not to eat.
Anonymous's Numbers Chapter 19 comment on 7/12/2011, 11:30pm...
You are right. I read the Old Testament and I think of all these laws and I forget that, I do not have to follow these laws. Jesus's death and resurrection was the beginning of new laws. Sometimes I forget, it's a good thing to! I have eaten more pork than would be allowed, if the old laws were meant for Christians today.
Ron's Numbers Chapter 19 comment on 2/28/2011, 10:22am...
Interesting point to me: In vs 16 and 18, the people touching a dead body are unclean and had to be purified. They were ceremonially unclean for 7 days and could not go into the Tabernacle. When Jesus died on the cross, all the people who handled His body would have been unclean for seven days according to this passage. The irony of it is that Jesus' death and resurrection ushered in the New Testament age. Therefore the Temple and OT practices were no longer necessary. So would those people handling Jesus' body still have to go for cleansing? I think not. Besides, the vail in the Temple was torn in two. What believer in Jesus would want to go in there anyway?
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