Bible verses about leprosy | Coverdale

Bible verses about "leprosy" | Coverdale

Deuteronomy 20:19-20

19 Whan thou must lye a longe season before a cite, against the which thou makest warre to take it, thou shalt not destroye ye trees therof that thou woldest hew them downe wt the axe, for thou mayest eate therof: and therfore shalt thou not hew them downe. For it is but wodd vpon the felde, and no man, and can not come & be bullworkes agaynst the. 20 But the trees which thou knowest yt me eate not of, those shalt thou destroye, and rote out, and make bullworkes therof, agaynst the cite that warreth with the, tyll thou haue ouercome it.

2 Kings 6:1-33

1 The children of ye prophetes sayde vnto Eliseus: Beholde, the place where we dwell before ye, is to narow for vs, 2 let vs go vnto Iordane, & euery one fetch tymbre there, yt we maye there buylde vs a place to dwell in. He saide: Go yor waye. 3 And one sayde: Go to then, & come wt thy seruauntes. He sayde: I wil go with you. 4 And he wete with them. And whan they came to Iordane, they hewed downe tymber. 5 And as one was fellynge downe a tre, the yron fell in to the water, and he cried and sayde: Alas my lorde, & it is burowed. 6 But the man of God sayde: Where fell it in? And whan he had shewed him the place, he cut downe a sticke, and thrust it in there. Then swame the yron. 7 And he sayde: Take it vp. So he put forth his hande, and toke it. 8 And the kynge of Syria warred agaynst Israel, and toke councell at his seruauntes, and sayde: There & there will we lye. 9 But the man of God sent to ye kynge of Israel, sayenge: Bewarre yt thou go not vnto that place, for the Syrians rest there. 10 So the kynge of Israel sent vnto ye place wherof ye man of God tolde him, & kepte it, & helde watch there, & dyd that not once or twyse onely. 11 The was ye kynge of Syrias herte vexed therfore, and called his seruauntes, and sayde vnto them: Wyll ye not tell me, which of oure men is fled vnto the kynge of Israel? 12 Then sayde one of his seruauntes: Not so my lorde O kynge, but Eliseus the prophet in Israel telleth the kynge of Israel all that thou speakest in thy chamber where thou lyest. 13 He sayde: Go youre waye the and loke where he is, that I maye sende, and cause him be fetched. And they shewed him and sayde: Beholde, he is at Dothan. 14 The sent he thither horses & charetes, & a greate power. And wha they came thither by nighte, they compased the cite aboute. 15 And the mynister of the ma of God arose early to get him vp. And as he wete forth, beholde, there laye an hoost of men aboute ye cite with horses and charettes. Then saide his childe vnto him: Alas syr, how wyll we now do? 16 He sayde: Feare not, for there are mo of them yt are with vs, then of those that are with them. 17 And Eliseus prayed & sayde: LORDE open his eyes, yt he maye se. Then the LORDE opened ye childes eyes, yt he sawe, & beholde, ye mount was full of fyrie horses & charettes roude aboute Eliseus. 18 And wha they came downe vnto him, Eliseus made his prayer, & sayde: LORDE smyte this people wt blyndnes. And he smote the with blyndnes acordinge to the worde of Eliseus. 19 And Eliseus saide vnto them: This is not ye waye nor the cite, folowe me, I wil brynge you to the man whom ye seke. And he broughte them vnto Samaria. 20 And whan they came to Samaria, Eliseus sayde: LORDE open these mens eyes, yt they maye se. And the LORDE opened their eyes, yt they sawe, & beholde, they were in the myddes of Samaria. 21 And whan the kynge of Israel sawe them, he saide vnto Eliseus: My father, shal I smyte the? 22 He saide: Thou shalt not smyte the: loke whom thou takest with thy swerde and bowe, smyte those. Set bred and water before them, that they maye eate and drynke, and let them departe vnto their lorde. 23 The was there a greate dyner prepared. And whan they had eaten and dronken, he let them go to departe vnto their lorde. From that tyme forth came the men of warre of the Syrians nomore into the londe of Israel. 24 After this it fortuned, that Benadab the kynge of Syria gathered all his hoost, and wete vp, & layed sege vnto Samaria: 25 & there was a greate derth at Samaria. But they layed sege to the cite so longe, tyll an Asses heade was worth foure score syluer pes, and the fourth parte of a Cab of doues donge worth fyue syluer pens. 26 And whan the kynge of Israel wente vnto the wall, a woman cried vnto him and sayde: Helpe me my lorde O kynge. 27 He sayde: Yf the LORDE helpe the not, wherwith shal I helpe the? with ye barne or with the wyne presse? 28 And the kynge sayde vnto her: What ayleth ye? She sayde: This woman sayde vnto me: Geue vs yi sonne, that we maye eate him, tomorow wyll we eate my sonne. 29 So we sod my sonne, & haue eaten him, and I sayde vnto her on ye thirde daye: Geue vs thy sonne and let vs eate him, but she hath hyd him awaye. 30 Whan the kynge herde the womans wordes, he rente his clothes, whyle he was goynge to the wall. The sawe all the people, that he had a sackcloth vnder vpon his body. 31 And he sayde: God do this and that vnto me, yf the heade of Eliseus the sonne of Saphat shal this daye stonde vpon him. 32 As for Eliseus, he sat in his house, & the Elders sat by him. And he sent a man before him, but or euer the messaunge came to him, he sayde vnto ye Elders: Haue ye not sene how this childe of murthure hath sent hither, to take awaye my heade? Take hede, whan the messaunger cometh, yt ye holde him at the dore. Beholde, ye noyse of his lordes fete foloweth him. 33 Whyle he was thus talkynge wt them, beholde, ye messaunger came to him, & sayde: Beholde, this euell cometh of ye LORDE, and what more shal I loke for of the LORDE?

2 Kings 5:8-14

8 Whan Eliseus the man of God herde, yt the kynge of Israel had rente his clothes, he sent vnto him, sayenge: Why hast thou rente thy clothes? Let him come to me, that he maye knowe, yt there is a prophet in Israel. 9 So Naaman came with horses and charettes, and helde still at the dore of Eliseus house. 10 Then sent Eliseus a messaunger vnto him, sayenge: Go thy waye, and wa?she the seuen tymes in Iordane, so shal thy flesh be restored the agayne, & be clensed. 11 Then was Naaman wroth, & wente his waye, & sayde: I thoughte he shulde haue come forth vnto me, & to haue stode here & to haue called vpo the name of the LORDE his God, & to haue touched the place with his hande, & so to haue put awaye the leprosy. 12 Are not ye waters of Amana and Pharphar at Damascon better then all the waters in Israel, yt I might wa?she me therin & be clesed? and he turned him, and wete his waye in displeasure. 13 Then his seruauntes gat the to him, and sayde: Father, yf the prophet had comaunded the eny greate thinge, shuldest thou not haue done it? moch more the yf he saye vnto the: Wasshe the, & thou shalt be cleane. 14 Then wete he downe, & wa?shed him selfe in Iordane seue tymes (as the man of God sayde) & his flesh was restored him agayne, euen as the flesh of a yonge childe and he was clensed.

2 Chronicles 26:20

20 And Asarias the chefe prest turned his heade towarde him, and so dyd all the prestes, and beholde, he was leper in his foreheade. And they put him out from thence. Yee he made haist himselfe to go forth, for his plage came of the LORDE.

2 Kings 5:1-27

1 Naaman the chefe captayne of the kynge of Syria, was an excellet ma in the sighte of his lorde, and moch set by (for thorow him the LORDE gaue health vnto Syria) and he was a mightie man, but a leper. 2 And there had men of warre fallen out of Syria, and caried awaye a litle damsel out of the londe of Israel: the same was in seruyce with Naamas wife, 3 and sayde vnto hir mastresse: O that my master were with the prophet at Samaria, he wolde heale him from his leprosy. 4 Then wente he into his lorde, and tolde him, and sayde: Thus and thus hath the damsel of the londe of Israel spoken. 5 The kynge of Syria sayde: Go thy waye then, & I wyl wrytte a letter vnto the kynge of Israel. And he wente, and toke with him ten hundreth weighte of syluer, and sixe thousande guldens, & ten chaunge of rayment, 6 & broughte the letter vnto the kynge of Israel, with these wordes: Whan this letter commeth vnto the, beholde, thou shalt vnderstonde yt I haue sent my seruaunt Naaman vnto the, that thou mayest heale him of his leprosy. 7 And whan the kynge of Israel red the letter, he rente his clothes, & sayde: Am I God then, that I can kyll and quycke agayne, yt he sendeth vnto me, to heale the man fro his leprosy? Considre and se, how he seketh an occasion vnto me. 8 Whan Eliseus the man of God herde, yt the kynge of Israel had rente his clothes, he sent vnto him, sayenge: Why hast thou rente thy clothes? Let him come to me, that he maye knowe, yt there is a prophet in Israel. 9 So Naaman came with horses and charettes, and helde still at the dore of Eliseus house. 10 Then sent Eliseus a messaunger vnto him, sayenge: Go thy waye, and wa?she the seuen tymes in Iordane, so shal thy flesh be restored the agayne, & be clensed. 11 Then was Naaman wroth, & wente his waye, & sayde: I thoughte he shulde haue come forth vnto me, & to haue stode here & to haue called vpo the name of the LORDE his God, & to haue touched the place with his hande, & so to haue put awaye the leprosy. 12 Are not ye waters of Amana and Pharphar at Damascon better then all the waters in Israel, yt I might wa?she me therin & be clesed? and he turned him, and wete his waye in displeasure. 13 Then his seruauntes gat the to him, and sayde: Father, yf the prophet had comaunded the eny greate thinge, shuldest thou not haue done it? moch more the yf he saye vnto the: Wasshe the, & thou shalt be cleane. 14 Then wete he downe, & wa?shed him selfe in Iordane seue tymes (as the man of God sayde) & his flesh was restored him agayne, euen as the flesh of a yonge childe and he was clensed. 15 And he turned agayne to ye man of God with all his armye. And whan he came in, he stode before him, and sayde: Beholde, I knowe that in all londes there is no God, but in Israel. Take now therfore this blessynge I praye the of thy seruaunt. 16 Neuertheles he sayde: As truly as the LORDE lyueth, before whom I stonde, I wil not take it. And he wolde nedes haue him to take it, but he wolde not. 17 Then sayde Naaman: Mighte there not a burthe of this earth be geue vnto yi seruaunt, as moch as two Mules maye beare? For thy seruaunt wyll nomore do sacrifice and offer burntofferynges vnto other goddes, but vnto the LORDE, 18 That the LORDE maye be gracious vnto thy seruaunt, yf I worshippe in the house of Rimmon, wha my lorde goeth there in to ye house to worshippe, & leaneth vpon my hande. 19 He sayde vnto him: Go thy waye in peace. And as he was gone from him a felde bredth in the londe, 20 Gehasi the seruaunt of Eliseus ye man of God thoughte: beholde, my lorde hath spared Naama this Syrian, so that he hath not taken from him yt which he broughte: As truly as ye LORDE lyueth, I wil rune after him, & take somthinge of him. 21 So Gehasi folowed Naaman. And wha Naaman sawe yt he ranne after him, he lighte downe from the charet to mete him, & sayde: Are all thinges well? 22 He sayde: Yee. But my lorde hath sent me, & caused to saye vnto the: Beholde, there are now come to me fro mount Ephraim two yonge men of the prophetes childre, geue them a talete of siluer (I praye the) & two chaunge of rayment. 23 Naama saide: Go to, take two taletes. And he copelled him, & bande two talentes in two bagges, and two chaunge of rayment, and delyuered it vnto two of his seruauntes, which bare it before him. 24 And whan he came in ye darcke, he toke it from their handes, & layed it a syde in the house, & let the men go. 25 And whan they were gone their waye, he stode before his lorde. And Eliseus sayde vnto him: Whence commest thou Gehasi? He sayde: Thy seruaunt wente nether hither ner thither. 26 But he sayde vnto him: Wente not my hert wt the, whan the man turned backe from his charet to mete the? Now thou hast take the syluer & the rayment, olyue trees, vynyardes, shepe, oxen, seruauntes & maydens. 27 But the leprosy of Naaman shal cleue vnto the & to thy sede for euer. Then wete he forth from him leporous as snowe.

2 Kings 15:5

5 Howbeit the LORDE smote the kynge, so that he was leper vnto his death, and dwelt in a frye house. But Iotham the kynges sonne ruled the house, and iudged the people in the londe.

1 Kings 5:1-18

1 And Hiram ye kynge of Tyre sent his seruauntes vnto Salomon, for he had herde, yt they had anoynted him kynge in his fathers steade: For Hiram loued Dauid as loge as he lyued. 2 And Salomon sent vnto Hiram, sayenge: 3 Thou knowest that my father might not buylde an house vnto the name of the LORDE his God, because of the warre that was aboute him, vntyll the LORDE delyuered them vnder the soles of his fete: 4 But now hath the LORDE my God geuen me rest on euery syde, so that there is no aduersary ner euell hynderaunce: 5 Beholde, I am therfore aduysed to buylde an house vnto the name of the LORDE my God, acordinge as the LORDE spake vnto Dauid my father, and sayde: Thy sonne, whom I shal set vpon thy seate in thy steade, shal buylde an house vnto my name. 6 Commaunde therfore that they hewe me downe Ceders out of Libanus, and that thy seruauntes be with my seruauntes, & the rewarde of thy seruauntes wyll I geue the, what so euer thou shalt axe: for thou knowest, yt with vs there is no ma which can hewe tymber as the Sidonians. 7 Whan Hiram herde the wordes of Salomon, he was very glad, and sayde: Praysed be the LORDE this daye, which hath geuen Dauid a wyse sonne ouer this greate people. 8 And Hiram sent vnto Salomon, sayenge: I haue herde what thou hast sent vnto me: I wyl do acordinge vnto all thy desyre with Ceders and Pynetrees. 9 My seruautes shall brynge them downe from Libanus vnto ye See, and I wyl make them to flote vpo the See, vnto the place which thou shalt shewe me, and there wyl I cause them to aryue, & thou shalt make the to be fetched. But thou shalt fulfyll my desyre also, and geue fode vnto my housholde folkes. 10 So Hira gaue Salomon Ceders and Pyne trees acordinge to all his desyre. 11 But Salomon gaue Hiram twentye thousande quarters of wheate to eate for his housholde, and twetye quarters of beaten oyle. This gaue Salomon yearly vnto Hiram. 12 And the LORDE gaue Salomon wy?dome, acordynge as he had sayde vnto him, & there was peace betwene Hiram and Salomon, and they made a couenaunt both together. 13 And Salomon made an outchosynge (of workmen) thorow out all Israel. And ye outchosynge was thirtie thousande me, 14 and he sent the to mount Libanus euery two monethes ten thousande, so that they were one moneth vpon Libanus, and two monethes at home. And Adoniram was ouer the outchosynge. 15 And Salomon had thre score thousande & ten that bare burthens, & foure score thousande that hewed tymber vpon the mount, 16 besyde Salomons chefe officers, which were ordeyned ouer the worke: namely thre thousande and thre hundreth, which ruled ye people that laboured there in the worke. 17 And ye kynge commaunded, that they shulde breake out greate and costly stones, namely frestone, for the foundacion of the house. 18 And Salomons masons, and Hirams, and they that were in those coastes, hewed out & prepared tymbre and stones to the buyldinge of the house.

2 Kings 7:3

3 And there were foure leporous men at ye dore before the porte, and one sayde vnto another: Why tary we here whyle we dye?

2 Chronicles 26:23

23 And Osias fell on slepe wt his fathers, and they buryed him with his fathers in the pece of grounde beside ye kynges sepulcres: for they sayde: He is leporous. And Iotham his sonne was kynge in his steade.

Matthew 8:4

4 And Iesus sayde vnto hym: Se thou tell no ma, but go and shew thy selfe to the preste, and offer the gyfte that Moses comaunded, in witnes to them.

Numbers 12:1-10

1 And Miriam & Aaron spake agaynst Moses because of his wife the Morian which he had taken, because he had take a Morian to wife, 2 and they sayde: Doth the LORDE speake onely thorow Moses? Speaketh he not also by vs? And the LORDE herde it. 3 But Moses was a very meke man, aboue all men vpon earth. 4 And haistely spake the LORDE vnto Moses, and to Aaron, and to Miriam: Go out ye thre vnto ye Tabernacle of wytnesse. And they wente out all thre. 5 Then came the LORDE downe in the cloudy piler, & stode in the dore of the Tabernacle, & called Aaron & Miriam, & they both wete out. 6 And he sayde: Heare my wordes: Yf eny man be a prophet of the LORDE, vnto him wil I shewe my self in a vision, or wil speake vnto him in a dreame. 7 But not so wt my seruaunt Moses, which is faithfull in all my house. 8 Mouth to mouth speake I vnto him, & he seyth the LORDE in his fashion, not thorow darke wordes or licknesses: Wherfore were ye not afrayed then to speake agaynst my seruaunt Moses? 9 And ye wrath of the LORDE waxed whote ouer them, & he turned him awaye, 10 and ye cloude also departed from the Tabernacle. And beholde, then was Miriam become leporus, as it were snowe. And Aaron turned him vnto Miriam, and sawe that she was leporous,

Matthew 8:3

3 And Iesus put forth hys honde, & touched him, sayinge: I wyl, be thou cleane: & immediatly his leprosie was clensed?

Luke 5:13

13 And he stretched out his hade, and touched him, and sayde: I wil, be thou cleane. And immediatly the leprosy departed from him.

Numbers 5:2

2 Commaunde the children of Israel, yt they put out of the hoost all ye lepers, and all that haue yssues, and that are defyled vpon the deed,

Luke 5:14

14 And he charged him, yt he shulde tell no ma, but go thy waye (sayde he) and shewe thyself vnto ye prest, and offre for yi clensynge, as Moses comaunded, for a witnesse vnto the.

2 Kings 5:27

27 But the leprosy of Naaman shal cleue vnto the & to thy sede for euer. Then wete he forth from him leporous as snowe.

Matthew 10:8

8 Heale the sicke, clense the lepers rayse the deed, cast out the deuils. Frely ye haue receaued, frely geue againe.

Luke 17:12-14

12 And as he came in to a towne, there met him ten leporous men, which stode afarre of, 13 and lift vp their voyce, and sayde: Iesu master, haue mercy vpon vs. 14 And whan he sawe them, he sayde vnto the: Go, and shewe youre selues vnto ye prestes. And it came to passe, as they wente, they were clensed.

Leviticus 13:45-46

45 Who so now is leporous, his clothes shalbe rent, and the heade bare, & the lippes moffled, and shall in eny wyse be called vncleane. 46 And as longe as the sore is vpon him, he shal be vncleane, dwell alone, and haue his dwellinge without the hoost.

Leviticus 13:1-14:57

1 And ye LORDE spake vnto Moses & Aaron, & sayde: 2 Whan there ryseth vp eny thinge in the skynne of a mans flesh, whether it be a scabbe or a glistrynge whyte (as though there wolde be a leprosy in ye skynne of his flesh) he shal be brought vnto Aaron the prest, or to one of his sonnes amonge ye prestes. 3 And whan the prest seyth the plage vpon the skynne of the flesh, that the hayres are turned to whyte, and it seme deper in that place then the other skynne of his flesh, then is it surely a leprosy, therfore shal the prest loke vpon him, and iudge him vncleane. 4 But whan there is eny whyte plecke in the skynne of his flesh, and yet seme no deper then the other skynne of the flesh, and the hayres be not turned to whyte, the shal the prest shut him vp seuen dayes, 5 and on ye seuenth daye loke vpon him: yf the plage seme vnto him as afore, & hath frett no deper in the skynne, then shall the prest shut him vp yet seuen dayes mo. 6 And whan he loketh on him agayne vpon the seuenth daye, and fyndeth, that the plage be darkish, and hath frett no deper in the skynne, the shal he iudge him cleane, for it is but a skyrfe, and he shal wash his clothes, & then is he cleane. 7 But whan the scabbe fretteth farther in the skynne (after that he is sene of the prest, and iudged cleane) and he be now sene of the prest agayne: 8 whan the prest seyth the, yt the scabbe hath frett farther in the skynne, he shal iudge him vncleane, for it is surely a leprosy. 9 Whan a plage of leprosy is vpo a man, he shalbe brought vnto the prest. 10 Whan he seyth and fyndeth, that there is whyte rysen vp in the skynne, and the hayre turned vnto whyte, and there be rawe flesh in the sore, 11 the is it surely an olde leprosy in ye skynne of his flesh, therfore shal the prest iudge him vncleane, and not shut him vp, for he is vncleane allready. 12 But whan the leprosy breaketh out in the skynne, and couereth the whole skynne, from the heade vnto the fote, all that the prest can se, 13 So whan the prest loketh vpon it, and fyndeth, that ye leprosy hath couered all the flesh, he shal iudge him cleane, for so moch as it is turned all in to whyte vpon him, for he is cleane. 14 Notwithstodinge yf there be rawe flesh there, in the daye whan he is loked vpon, the is he vncleane. 15 And whan the prest seyth ye rawe flesh, he shall iudge him vncleane, for he is vncleane, & it is surely a leprosye. 16 But yf the rawe flesh chaunge agayne, and be turned in to whyte, then shall he come vnto the prest. 17 And whan the prest loketh vpon him, and fyndeth, that the plage is turned to whyte, he shall iudge him cleane, for he is cleane. 18 Whan there is a byle in the skynne of eny mans flesh, and healeth agayne, 19 and afterwarde in the same place there aryse vp eny whyte thinge, or a glisterynge whyte somwhat reedish, he shal be sene of the prest. 20 So whan the prest, seyeth, that it appeareth to be lower then the other skynne, and the hayre turned to whyte, then shall he iudge him vncleane, for it is surely a plage of leprosye broken out of the byle. 21 But yf the prest se and fynde, that the hayres are not whyte, and it not lower then the other skynne, and is darkysh, he shal shut him vp seuen dayes. 22 Yf it hath frett farther in the skynne, then shal he iudge him vncleane, for it is surely a plage of leprosye. 23 But yf the glysterynge whyte abyde styll, and freate no farther, the is it but a prynte of the byle, and the prest shal iudge him cleane. 24 Whan the skynne of eny mans flesh is hurt with fyre, and the prynte of the burninge be reedysh or whyte, 25 and the prest loketh vpon him, and fyndeth the hayre turned to whyte vpon the mark of the burnynge, & it apeare deper then the other skynne, the is there surely a leprosy broke out of ye prynte of ye burnynge: therfore shal ye prest iudge hi vncleane, for it is a plage of leprosye. 26 But yf the prest se and fynde, that ye hayre vpon the prynte of the burninge is not turned vnto whyte, & is no lower then the other skynne, and is darkish also, he shall shut him vp seuen dayes. 27 And vpon the seuenth daye he shall loke vpon him: yf it hath frett farther in ye skynne, then shal he iudge him vncleane, for it is a leprosy. 28 But yf it stode styll vpo the mark of the burnynge, and frett no farther in the skynne, and is darkysh, then is it a sore in ye mark of the burnynge, & the prest shal iudge him cleane, for it is but the prynte of the burnynge. 29 Whan a man or woman is skyruye vpon the heade or beerd, and the prest seyth the mark, 30 and fyndeth that it appeareth deper then the other skynne, and the hayre be there golde and thynne, then shal he iudge him vncleane: for it is a skyrfe of leprosy of the heade or of the beerde. 31 But yf the prest se that ye skyrfe apeare no deper the the skynne, and that the hayre is not of a pale coloure, he shall shut him vp seue dayes. 32 And vpo the seuenth daye whan he loketh, and fyndeth, that the skyrfe hath frett no farther, and there be no golden hayre there, and that the skyrfe appeare no deper then the other skynne, 33 then let him be shauen: but so that he shaue not of the scabbe, and the prest shall shut him vp yet seuen dayes moo. 34 And vpon the seueth daye wha he loketh, and fyndeth that the skyrfe hath frett no farther in the skynne, and that it apeareth no deper then the other skynne, then shall the prest iudge him cleane. And he shall wash his clothes, for he is cleane. 35 But yf the scabbe freate farther in the skynne (after yt he is iudged cleane) 36 and the prest loketh, and fyndeth, that ye scabbe hath frett farther in the skynne, then shal he seke nomore for golden hayres, for he is vncleane. 37 Neuerthelesse yf he se that the scabbe stondeth styll, & that pale hayres are there rysen vp, then is ye scabbe hole, and he is cleane, therfore shall ye prest iudge him to be cleane. 38 Wha there is eny glisteringe whyte vpo ye skynne of the flesh of a man or woman, 39 and the prest seyth there that the glisterynge whyte vanysheth: then is it but a whyte scabbe rysen vp in ye skynne, & he is cleane. 40 Whan the hayres fall out of the heade of a man or a woman, so that he is balde, the same is cleane. 41 If they fall out of his fore heade, then is he fore heade balde & cleane. 42 But yf there be a whyte reedish sore in the balde heade, or balde fore heade, then is there a leprosy rysen vp in the balde heade or balde foreheade: 43 therfore shal ye prest loke vpon him. And whan he fyndeth the whyte reedysh sore rysen vp in his balde heade or balde foreheade, then shal ye skynne of the flesh be as leporous, 44 therfore is he a leporous man and vncleane. And the prest shall iudge him vncleane, because of ye same sore vpo his heade. 45 Who so now is leporous, his clothes shalbe rent, and the heade bare, & the lippes moffled, and shall in eny wyse be called vncleane. 46 And as longe as the sore is vpon him, he shal be vncleane, dwell alone, and haue his dwellinge without the hoost. 47 Whan the plage of leprosy is in a cloth, whether it be wollen or lynnen, 48 in the warpe or weft, whether it be lynnen or wollen, or in a skynne, or in eny maner thynge that is made of skynne. 49 And whan ye plage is pale or reedish in the cloth or skynne, either in the warpe or weft, or in eny maner thinge that is made of skynne, the same is surely the plage of leprosy, therfore shall the prest loke vpon it. 50 And whan he seyth the plage, he shal shut it vp seuen dayes. 51 And vpon the seueth daye whan he seyth that ye plage hath frett farther in the cloth, in the warpe or weft, in a skynne or in eny maner thinge that is made of skynne, then is it a fretinge plage of leprosye, and is vncleane 52 .And the cloth shalbe burnt, either warpe or weft, whether it be wollen or lynne, or eny thynge made of skynne, wherin is eny soch plage. For it is a plage of leprosy, and shal be burnt wt fyre. 53 But yf the prest se that the plage hath frete no farther in ye cloth, either in the warpe or weft, or eny thinge made of skynne, 54 then shal he commaunde to wash the thinge that the plage is in, and shall shut it vp other seuen dayes. 55 And whan the prest seyth (after that the plage is wasshen) yt the plage is not chauged before his eyes, and hath frett no farther also, yet is it vncleane, & shalbe burnt wt fyre: for it is depe frete inwarde, and hath made skyrfes. 56 Neuertheles whan the prest seyth that the prynte is vanyshed after the washinge of it, then shall he rente it out of the clothe, and of the skynne, out of the warpe or weft. 57 But yf it appeare eny more in the clothe (either in the warpe, or in the weft) or eny maner thinge made of skynne, then is it a waxinge plage: and with fyre shal it be burnt that eny soch plage is in. 58 As for the cloth, either warpe or weft, or eny maner thynge made of skynne that is wasshe, and the plage be departed from it, it shalbe wasshen once agayne, & then is it cleane. 59 This is the lawe ouer the plage of leprosy in clothes, whether they be wollen or lynne (ether in the warpe or in the weft) and in eny maner of thinge made of sknne, to iudge them cleane or vncleane.

Leviticus 14:1-57

1 And the LORDE spake vnto Moses, and sayde: 2 This is the lawe ouer ye leper, whan he shalbe clensed. He shall come vnto ye prest, 3 and the prest shal go out of the hoost, and loke how the plage of leprosye is healed vpon the leper. 4 And he shal commaunde him that is to be clensed, to take two lyuinge byrdes, which are cleane, and Ceder wodd, and purple woll, and ysope: 5 and shall commaunde the one byrde to be kylled in an earthen vessell ouer sprynginge water. 6 And he shall take the lyuynge byrde with the Ceder wodd, the purple woll, and ysope, and dyppe them in the bloude of the slaine byrde vpon the springynge water, 7 and sprenkle it seuen tymes vpon him that must be clensed from ye leprosy. And so clense him, and let the lyuynge byrde flye at libertye in to the felde. 8 But he that is clensed, shal wash his clothes, and shaue of all his hayre, and bathe him self with water, so is he cleane. Afterwarde let him go in to the hoost, yet shall he tarye without his tent seuen dayes. 9 And vpon the seuenth daye shal he shaue of all ye hayre vpon his heade, vpo his beerde, vpon his browes, so that all the hayre be shauen of, and he shall wash his clothes and bathe his flesh in water, then is he cleane. 10 And vpo the eight daye shal he take two lambes without blemysh, and a shepe of a yeare olde without blemysh, and thre tenth deales of fyne floure for a meatofferynge, myngled with oyle, & a Logg of oyle. 11 The shall the prest presente him that is clensed and these thinges before the LORDE, before the dore of the Tabernacle of wytnesse, 12 and shal take ye one lambe, and offre it for trespace offerynge, with the Logg of oyle, & shall waue them, before ye LORDE, 13 and afterwarde slaye the lambe, where the synofferynge and burntofferynge are slayne, namely, in the holy place. For as the synofferynge, so is the trespace offerynge the prestes also, for it is most holy. 14 And the prest shall take of the bloude of the trespace offerynge, and put it vpon the typpe of ye right eare of him that is clesed, and vpon the thombe of his right hande, and vpon the greate too of his right fote. 15 Afterwarde shall he take of the oyle out of the Logg, and poure it in to his awne left hande, 16 and dyppe his right fynger in the oyle that is in his left hande, and sprenkle the oyle with his fynger seuen tymes before the LORDE. 17 As for the remnaunt of the oyle in his hande, he shall put it vpon the typpe of the right eare of him that is clensed, and vpon the thombe of his right hande, & vpon the greate too of his right fote, euen aboue vpon the bloude of the trespace offerynge. 18 But the remnaunt of the oyle in his hande, shall he poure vpon the heade of him that is clensed, and make an attonement for him before the LORDE. 19 And he shall make the synofferynge, and reconcyle him that is clesed, because of his vnclennesse. And afterwarde shall he sleye the burntofferynge, 20 and shal offre it vpon the altare with the meatofferynge, and make an attonement for him, & than is he cleane. 21 But yf he be poore, and getteth not so moch with his hande, then let him take one lambe for a trespaceofferynge to waue it, to make an attonement for him, and a tenth deale of fyne floure myngled with oyle for a meatofferynge, and a Logg of oyle, 22 & two turtyll doues, or two yonge pigeons which he is able to get with his hande, let the one be a synofferynge, the other a burntofferynge: 23 and let him brynge them vpon the eight daye of his clensynge vnto the prest before the dore of the Tabernacle of wytnesse before the LORDE. 24 Then shall the prest take the lambe for the synofferynge, and the Logg of oyle, and shall waue them all before the LORDE, 25 and sley the lambe of the trespace offerynge: and take of ye bloude of the same trespaceofferynge, and put it vpon the typpe of the righte eare of him that is clensed, and vpon the thombe of his right hande, and vpon the greate too of his righte fote, 26 and poure of the oyle in to his awne lefte hande, 27 and with his right fynger sprenkle the oyle that is in his left hande, seuen tymes before the LORDE. 28 As for the remnaunt of the oyle in his hande, he shal put it vpon the typpe of the right eare of him that is clensed, and vpon the thombe of his right hande, & vpon the greate too of his right fote, euen aboue vpo ye bloude of ye trespaceofferynge. 29 The other oyle in his hade shal he poure vpo ye heade of him yt is clensed, to make an attonement for him before the LORDE. 30 And afterwarde of the one of the turtill doues or yonge pigeons (acordinge as his handes are able to get) 31 he shal make a synofferynge, of ye other a burntofferynge, with the meatofferynge: and so shal the prest make an attonemet for him that is clensed before the LORDE. 32 Let this be the lawe for the leper, which is not able with his hande to get, that belongeth vnto his clensynge. 33 And the LORDE spake vnto Moses and Aaron, and sayde: 34 Whan ye are come in to the lande of Canaan, which I geue you to possesse: and yf there happen a plage of leprosy in any house of youre possession, 35 then shal he that oweth the house, come and tell the prest, and saye: Me thynke there is as it were a plage of leprosy in my house. 36 Then shal the prest commaunde to rydde all thynge out of the house or euer the prest go in to se ye plage, lest all that is in the house be made vncleane. Afterwarde shall ye prest go in, to se the plage. 37 Now whan he loketh, and fyndeth, yt there be holowe strakes yalowe or reedish in the walles of the house, & they seme to be lower then the wall besyde, 38 then shall he go out at the dore of the house, and shut vp the house for seuen dayes. 39 And vpon the seuenth daye whan he commeth, and seyth that the plage hath fretten farther in the walles of the house, 40 the shall he commaunde to breake out the stones wherin the plage is, & to cast the in a foule place without the cite, 41 & the house to be scraped within rounde aboute, and the dust yt is scraped of, to be poured without ye cite in an vncleane place, 42 & to take other stones, and put them in the place of the other, and to take other playster, and playster the house. 43 Whan the plage then commeth agayne, and breaketh forth in the house, after yt the stones are broke out, the playster scraped of, and the house playsterd of the new, 44 the shal the prest go in: and whan he seyth that the plage hath fretten farther in the house, then is there surely a fretinge leprosy in the house, and it is vncleane: 45 therfore shal the house be broken downe, both the stones, and ye tymber and all the dust of the house, and shal be caried out of the cite in to an vncleane place. 46 And who so goeth into the house, whyle it is shut vp, is vncleane vntyll ye euen. 47 And he yt lyeth therin, or eateth therin, shal wash his clothes. 48 But yf the prest se (wha he goeth in) that this plage hath frett no farther in the house, after that the house is new playsterd, the shal he iudge it to be cleane, for the plage is healed. 49 And to a synofferinge for the house, he shal take two byrdes, Ceder wodd, & purple woll, and ysope, 50 and slaye the one byrde in an erthen vessell vpon sprynginge water, 51 and shall take the Ceder wodd, the purple woll, the ysope, and the lyuinge byrde, & dyppe them in the bloude of the slayne byrde vpon the sprynginge water, and sprenkle the house with all seue tymes: 52 and so shal he purifie the house with the bloude of the byrde, with the springinge water, with the lyuinge byrde, with the Ceder wodd, with the ysope, and with the purple woll. 53 And the lyuynge byrde shall he let flye at libertye out of the towne in to the felde, & make an attonement for the house, and then is it cleane. 54 This is the lawe ouer all maner plage of leprosye & skyrfe, 55 ouer ye leprosye of clothes and of houses, 56 ouer sores, scabbes, and glisterynge whyte, 57 that it maye be knowne, whan eny thinge is vncleane or cleane. This is ye lawe of leprosy.

Numbers 5:1-3

1 And ye LORDE spake vnto Moses, and sayde: 2 Commaunde the children of Israel, yt they put out of the hoost all ye lepers, and all that haue yssues, and that are defyled vpon the deed, 3 both men and wome shall they putt out of the hoost, that they defyle not their tentes, wherin I dwell amonge them.

Luke 17:14

14 And whan he sawe them, he sayde vnto the: Go, and shewe youre selues vnto ye prestes. And it came to passe, as they wente, they were clensed.

Leviticus 13:46

46 And as longe as the sore is vpon him, he shal be vncleane, dwell alone, and haue his dwellinge without the hoost.

Mark 1:40-42

40 And there came vnto him a leper, which besought him, and kneled before him, & sayde vnto him: Yf thou wilt, thou canst make me cleane. 41 And it pitied Iesus, and he stretched forth his honde, and touched him, and sayde: I wyll, be thou cleane. 42 And wha he had so spoken, immediatly the leprosy departed fro him, and he was clensed.

Leviticus 14:1-57

1 And the LORDE spake vnto Moses, and sayde: 2 This is the lawe ouer ye leper, whan he shalbe clensed. He shall come vnto ye prest, 3 and the prest shal go out of the hoost, and loke how the plage of leprosye is healed vpon the leper. 4 And he shal commaunde him that is to be clensed, to take two lyuinge byrdes, which are cleane, and Ceder wodd, and purple woll, and ysope: 5 and shall commaunde the one byrde to be kylled in an earthen vessell ouer sprynginge water. 6 And he shall take the lyuynge byrde with the Ceder wodd, the purple woll, and ysope, and dyppe them in the bloude of the slaine byrde vpon the springynge water, 7 and sprenkle it seuen tymes vpon him that must be clensed from ye leprosy. And so clense him, and let the lyuynge byrde flye at libertye in to the felde. 8 But he that is clensed, shal wash his clothes, and shaue of all his hayre, and bathe him self with water, so is he cleane. Afterwarde let him go in to the hoost, yet shall he tarye without his tent seuen dayes. 9 And vpon the seuenth daye shal he shaue of all ye hayre vpon his heade, vpo his beerde, vpon his browes, so that all the hayre be shauen of, and he shall wash his clothes and bathe his flesh in water, then is he cleane. 10 And vpo the eight daye shal he take two lambes without blemysh, and a shepe of a yeare olde without blemysh, and thre tenth deales of fyne floure for a meatofferynge, myngled with oyle, & a Logg of oyle. 11 The shall the prest presente him that is clensed and these thinges before the LORDE, before the dore of the Tabernacle of wytnesse, 12 and shal take ye one lambe, and offre it for trespace offerynge, with the Logg of oyle, & shall waue them, before ye LORDE, 13 and afterwarde slaye the lambe, where the synofferynge and burntofferynge are slayne, namely, in the holy place. For as the synofferynge, so is the trespace offerynge the prestes also, for it is most holy. 14 And the prest shall take of the bloude of the trespace offerynge, and put it vpon the typpe of ye right eare of him that is clesed, and vpon the thombe of his right hande, and vpon the greate too of his right fote. 15 Afterwarde shall he take of the oyle out of the Logg, and poure it in to his awne left hande, 16 and dyppe his right fynger in the oyle that is in his left hande, and sprenkle the oyle with his fynger seuen tymes before the LORDE. 17 As for the remnaunt of the oyle in his hande, he shall put it vpon the typpe of the right eare of him that is clensed, and vpon the thombe of his right hande, & vpon the greate too of his right fote, euen aboue vpon the bloude of the trespace offerynge. 18 But the remnaunt of the oyle in his hande, shall he poure vpon the heade of him that is clensed, and make an attonement for him before the LORDE. 19 And he shall make the synofferynge, and reconcyle him that is clesed, because of his vnclennesse. And afterwarde shall he sleye the burntofferynge, 20 and shal offre it vpon the altare with the meatofferynge, and make an attonement for him, & than is he cleane. 21 But yf he be poore, and getteth not so moch with his hande, then let him take one lambe for a trespaceofferynge to waue it, to make an attonement for him, and a tenth deale of fyne floure myngled with oyle for a meatofferynge, and a Logg of oyle, 22 & two turtyll doues, or two yonge pigeons which he is able to get with his hande, let the one be a synofferynge, the other a burntofferynge: 23 and let him brynge them vpon the eight daye of his clensynge vnto the prest before the dore of the Tabernacle of wytnesse before the LORDE. 24 Then shall the prest take the lambe for the synofferynge, and the Logg of oyle, and shall waue them all before the LORDE, 25 and sley the lambe of the trespace offerynge: and take of ye bloude of the same trespaceofferynge, and put it vpon the typpe of the righte eare of him that is clensed, and vpon the thombe of his right hande, and vpon the greate too of his righte fote, 26 and poure of the oyle in to his awne lefte hande, 27 and with his right fynger sprenkle the oyle that is in his left hande, seuen tymes before the LORDE. 28 As for the remnaunt of the oyle in his hande, he shal put it vpon the typpe of the right eare of him that is clensed, and vpon the thombe of his right hande, & vpon the greate too of his right fote, euen aboue vpo ye bloude of ye trespaceofferynge. 29 The other oyle in his hade shal he poure vpo ye heade of him yt is clensed, to make an attonement for him before the LORDE. 30 And afterwarde of the one of the turtill doues or yonge pigeons (acordinge as his handes are able to get) 31 he shal make a synofferynge, of ye other a burntofferynge, with the meatofferynge: and so shal the prest make an attonemet for him that is clensed before the LORDE. 32 Let this be the lawe for the leper, which is not able with his hande to get, that belongeth vnto his clensynge. 33 And the LORDE spake vnto Moses and Aaron, and sayde: 34 Whan ye are come in to the lande of Canaan, which I geue you to possesse: and yf there happen a plage of leprosy in any house of youre possession, 35 then shal he that oweth the house, come and tell the prest, and saye: Me thynke there is as it were a plage of leprosy in my house. 36 Then shal the prest commaunde to rydde all thynge out of the house or euer the prest go in to se ye plage, lest all that is in the house be made vncleane. Afterwarde shall ye prest go in, to se the plage. 37 Now whan he loketh, and fyndeth, yt there be holowe strakes yalowe or reedish in the walles of the house, & they seme to be lower then the wall besyde, 38 then shall he go out at the dore of the house, and shut vp the house for seuen dayes. 39 And vpon the seuenth daye whan he commeth, and seyth that the plage hath fretten farther in the walles of the house, 40 the shall he commaunde to breake out the stones wherin the plage is, & to cast the in a foule place without the cite, 41 & the house to be scraped within rounde aboute, and the dust yt is scraped of, to be poured without ye cite in an vncleane place, 42 & to take other stones, and put them in the place of the other, and to take other playster, and playster the house. 43 Whan the plage then commeth agayne, and breaketh forth in the house, after yt the stones are broke out, the playster scraped of, and the house playsterd of the new, 44 the shal the prest go in: and whan he seyth that the plage hath fretten farther in the house, then is there surely a fretinge leprosy in the house, and it is vncleane: 45 therfore shal the house be broken downe, both the stones, and ye tymber and all the dust of the house, and shal be caried out of the cite in to an vncleane place. 46 And who so goeth into the house, whyle it is shut vp, is vncleane vntyll ye euen. 47 And he yt lyeth therin, or eateth therin, shal wash his clothes. 48 But yf the prest se (wha he goeth in) that this plage hath frett no farther in the house, after that the house is new playsterd, the shal he iudge it to be cleane, for the plage is healed. 49 And to a synofferinge for the house, he shal take two byrdes, Ceder wodd, & purple woll, and ysope, 50 and slaye the one byrde in an erthen vessell vpon sprynginge water, 51 and shall take the Ceder wodd, the purple woll, the ysope, and the lyuinge byrde, & dyppe them in the bloude of the slayne byrde vpon the sprynginge water, and sprenkle the house with all seue tymes: 52 and so shal he purifie the house with the bloude of the byrde, with the springinge water, with the lyuinge byrde, with the Ceder wodd, with the ysope, and with the purple woll. 53 And the lyuynge byrde shall he let flye at libertye out of the towne in to the felde, & make an attonement for the house, and then is it cleane. 54 This is the lawe ouer all maner plage of leprosye & skyrfe, 55 ouer ye leprosye of clothes and of houses, 56 ouer sores, scabbes, and glisterynge whyte, 57 that it maye be knowne, whan eny thinge is vncleane or cleane. This is ye lawe of leprosy.

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