The godly 1 will rejoice when they see vengeance carried out; they will bathe their feet in the blood of the wicked.
Then the one presenting the offering must wash the entrails and the legs in water, and the priest must present all of it and offer it up in smoke on the altar – it is a burnt offering, a gift of a soothing aroma to the Lord.
The one who gathers the ashes of the heifer must wash his clothes and be ceremonially unclean until evening. This will be a permanent ordinance both for the Israelites and the resident foreigner who lives among them.
And the clean person must sprinkle the unclean on the third day and on the seventh day; and on the seventh day he must purify him, 1 and then he must wash his clothes, and bathe in water, and he will be clean in the evening.
“The one being cleansed 1 must then wash his clothes, shave off all his hair, and bathe in water, and so be clean. 2 Then afterward he may enter the camp, but he must live outside his tent seven days.
“Oh people of Jerusalem, purify your hearts from evil 1 so that you may yet be delivered. How long will you continue to harbor up wicked schemes within you?
and has a reputation for good works: as one who has raised children, 1 practiced hospitality, washed the feet of the saints, helped those in distress – as one who has exhibited all kinds of good works. 2
When 1 Pilate saw that he could do nothing, but that instead a riot was starting, he took some water, washed his hands before the crowd and said, “I am innocent of this man’s blood. You take care of it yourselves!” 2
And they saw that some of Jesus’ disciples ate their bread with unclean hands, that is, unwashed.
The priest must then examine it again on the seventh day, 1 and if 2 the infection has faded and has not spread on the skin, then the priest is to pronounce the person clean. 3 It is a scab, 4 so he must wash his clothes 5 and be clean.
The priest must then examine it after the infection has been washed out, and if 1 the infection has not changed its appearance 2 even though the infection has not spread, it is unclean. You must burn it up in the fire. It is a fungus, whether on the back side or front side of the article. 3
“‘Any person 1 who eats an animal that has died of natural causes 2 or an animal torn by beasts, whether a native citizen or a foreigner, 3 must wash his clothes, bathe in water, and be unclean until evening; then he becomes clean.
Now Mephibosheth, Saul’s grandson, 1 came down to meet the king. From the day the king had left until the day he safely 2 returned, Mephibosheth 3 had not cared for his feet 4 nor trimmed 5 his mustache nor washed his clothes.
His servants approached and said to him, “O master, 1 if the prophet had told you to do some difficult task, 2 you would have been willing to do it. 3 It seems you should be happy that he simply said, “Wash and you will be healed.” 4
Simon Peter said to him, “Lord, wash 1 not only my feet, but also my hands and my head!”