Bible Cross References
Numbers 5:2
"Command the people of Israel to expel from the camp everyone with a dreaded skin disease or a bodily discharge and everyone who is unclean by contact with a corpse.
Numbers 6:6
Your hair is the sign of your dedication to God, and so you must not defile yourself by going near a corpse, not even that of your father, mother, brother, or sister.
Numbers 6:7
(SEE 6:6)
Numbers 19:11
Those who touch a corpse are ritually unclean for seven days.
Numbers 19:16
If any touch a person who has been killed or has died a natural death outdoors or if any touch a human bone or a grave, they become unclean for seven days.
Numbers 19:18
In the first case, someone who is ritually clean is to take a sprig of hyssop, dip it in the water, and sprinkle the tent, everything in it, and the people who were there. In the second case, someone who is ritually clean is to sprinkle the water on those who had touched the human bone or the dead body or the grave.
Leviticus 21:11
He has been dedicated to me and is not to make himself ritually unclean nor is he to defile my sacred Tent by leaving it and entering a house where there is a dead person, even if it is his own father or mother.
John 18:28
Early in the morning Jesus was taken from Caiaphas' house to the governor's palace. The Jewish authorities did not go inside the palace, for they wanted to keep themselves ritually clean, in order to be able to eat the Passover meal.
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Numbers 15:33
He was taken to Moses, Aaron, and the whole community,
Numbers 27:2
They went and stood before Moses, Eleazar the priest, the leaders, and the whole community at the entrance of the Tent of the LORD's presence and said,
Numbers 27:5
Moses presented their case to the LORD,
Exodus 18:15
Moses answered, "I must do this because the people come to me to learn God's will.
Exodus 18:19
Now let me give you some good advice, and God will be with you. It is right for you to represent the people before God and bring their disputes to him.
Exodus 18:26
They served as judges for the people on a permanent basis, bringing the difficult cases to Moses but deciding the smaller disputes themselves.
Leviticus 24:11
(SEE 24:10)