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Numbers 19

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one And the Lord said to Moses and Aaron, saying:
2 this is the statute of the law, which the Lord commanded, saying: Tell the sons of Israel, let them bring you a red heifer without vice, which has no shortage, [and] on which there was no yoke;
3 and give it to Eleazar the priest, and bring her out of the camp, and kill her with him;
four and let Eleazar the priest take with his finger his blood and sprinkle it with blood to the front of the tabernacle of the congregation seven times;
5 and they will burn the heifer at his eyes: let her skin be burned with uncleanness with uncleanness;
6 and let the priest take a cedar tree and hyssop and a thread of scarlet wool and throw it on a burnt calf;
7 and let the priest wash his clothes, and wash his body with water, and then he will go into the camp, and the priest will be unclean until evening.
8 And he who burns it will wash his clothes with water, and bathe his body with water, and be unclean until evening;
9 and let someone clean gather the ashes of the heifer and lay it outside the camp in a clean place, and it will be preserved for the company of the sons of Israel, for the cleansing water: it is a sin offering;
10 and let him that collect the ashes of the heifer wash his clothes, and be unclean until the evening. This is for the sons of Israel and for the aliens living with them, let it be an everlasting statute.

eleven Whoever touches the dead body of any person will be unclean for seven days:
12 he must cleanse himself with water on the third day and on the seventh day, and he will be clean; if he does not cleanse himself on the third and seventh day, he will not be clean;
13 everyone who touches the dead body of a person who has died and has not cleansed himself will defile the abode of the Lord: that man will be destroyed from the midst of Israel, for he is not sprinkled with cleansing water, he is unclean, and his uncleanness is still on him.
fourteen Here is the law: if a person dies in a tent, then everyone who comes into the tent, and everything in the tent, will be unclean for seven days;
fifteen every open vessel that is not bound and not covered is unclean.
16 Anyone who touches on the field to the one killed by the sword, or to the dead, or to the human bone, or to the tomb, will be unclean for seven days.
17 For the unclean, let them take the ashes of that burnt sin offering and pour living water into it in a vessel;
eighteen and let someone clean take hyssop, and drench it in water, and sprinkle the tent and all the vessels and people that are in it, and touching the bone [human], or the dead, or the dead, or the tomb;
19 and let him clean the unclean on the third and seventh day, and cleanse it on the seventh day; and he shall wash his clothes, and bathe [his body] with water, and by the evening he shall be clean.
twenty If anyone is unclean and does not cleanse himself, then that person will be exterminated from the midst of the people, for he has defiled the sanctuary of the Lord; it is not sprinkled with purifying water; it is unclean.
21 And may it be for them an eternal charter. And he who sprinkles with cleansing water, let him wash his clothes; and he who touches the cleansing water shall be unclean until the evening.
22 And everything that the unclean touches will be unclean; and the touched person will be unclean until the evening.

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