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Its trimmers and its trays 1 are to be 2 of pure gold.
All ritually clean birds you may eat.
You may eat any clean bird.
Who can make 1 a clean thing come from an unclean? 2 No one!
There is a generation who are pure in their own eyes and yet are not washed 1 from their filthiness. 2
You must take with you seven 1 of every kind of clean animal, 2 the male and its mate, 3 two of every kind of unclean animal, the male and its mate,
Pairs 1 of clean animals, of unclean animals, of birds, and of everything that creeps along the ground,
Noah built an altar to the Lord. He then took some of every kind of clean animal and clean bird and offered burnt offerings on the altar. 1
However, Saul said nothing about it 1 that day, for he thought, 2 “Something has happened to make him ceremonially unclean. Yes, he must be unclean.”
Then I spoke up, “Let a clean turban be put on his head.” So they put a clean turban on his head and clothed him, while the angel of the Lord stood nearby.
He made its seven lamps, its trimmers, and its trays of pure gold.
He made the lampstand 1 and all its accessories with seventy-five pounds of pure gold.
“When a man’s head is bare so that he is balding in back, 1 he is clean.
to teach when something is unclean and when it is clean. 1 This is the law for dealing with infectious disease.” 2
You may eat it in your villages, 1 whether you are ritually impure or clean, 2 just as you would eat a gazelle or an ibex.
The king made a large throne decorated with ivory and overlaid it with pure gold.
The topaz of Cush 1 cannot be compared with it; it cannot be purchased with pure gold.
The Lord abhors 1 the plans 2 of the wicked, 3 but pleasant words 4 are pure. 5
The one who loves a pure heart 1 and whose speech is gracious 2 – the king will be his friend. 3
You are to overlay 1 it with pure gold – both inside and outside you must overlay it, 2 and you are to make a surrounding border 3 of gold over it.