Bible Cross References
sanctify yourselves
Exodus 19:10
and the LORD said to him, "Go to the people and tell them to spend today and tomorrow purifying themselves for worship. They must wash their clothes
Exodus 19:14
Then Moses came down the mountain and told the people to get ready for worship. So they washed their clothes,
Exodus 19:15
and Moses told them, "Be ready by the day after tomorrow and don't have sexual intercourse in the meantime."
Leviticus 20:7
Keep yourselves holy, because I am the LORD your God.
Leviticus 20:8
Obey my laws, because I am the LORD and I make you holy."
Numbers 11:8
It fell on the camp at night along with the dew. The next morning the people would go around and gather it, grind it or pound it into flour, and then boil it and make it into flat cakes. It tasted like bread baked with olive oil.)
Joshua 3:5
Joshua told the people, "Purify yourselves, because tomorrow the LORD will perform miracles among you."
Joshua 7:13
Get up! Purify the people and get them ready to come before me. Tell them to be ready tomorrow, because I, the LORD God of Israel, have this to say: 'Israel, you have in your possession some things that I ordered you to destroy! You cannot stand against your enemies until you get rid of these things!'
2 Chronicles 30:17-20
Because many of the people were not ritually clean, they could not kill the Passover lambs, so the Levites did it for them and dedicated the lambs to the LORD.
In addition, many of those who had come from the tribes of Ephraim, Manasseh, Issachar, and Zebulun had not performed the ritual of purification, and so they were observing Passover improperly. King Hezekiah offered this prayer for them:
"O LORD, the God of our ancestors, in your goodness forgive those who are worshiping you with all their heart, even though they are not ritually clean."
The LORD answered Hezekiah's prayer; he forgave the people and did not harm them.
Job 1:5
The morning after each feast, Job would get up early and offer sacrifices for each of his children in order to purify them. He always did this because he thought that one of them might have sinned by insulting God unintentionally.
Psalm 26:2-6
Examine me and test me, LORD; judge my desires and thoughts.
Your constant love is my guide; your faithfulness always leads me.
I do not keep company with worthless people; I have nothing to do with hypocrites.
I hate the company of the evil and avoid the wicked.
LORD, I wash my hands to show that I am innocent and march in worship around your altar.
Joel 2:16
Gather the people together; prepare them for a sacred meeting; bring the old people; gather the children and the babies too. Even newly married couples must leave their homes and come.
1 Corinthians 11:28
So then, you should each examine yourself first, and then eat the bread and drink from the cup.