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  • The first of the first fruits of your soil you will bring to the house of Yahweh, your God. Do not boil a kid in its mother's milk. (Exodus 23, 19)

  • Bring the very best of the firstfruits of your soil to the house of Yahweh, your God. Do not boil a kid in the milk of its mother." (Exodus 34, 26)

  • For the cloud rested on the Holy Tent by day, and a fire shone within the cloud by night for all the House of Israel to see. And so it was for every stage of their journey. (Exodus 40, 38)

  • "When you reach the land of Canaan, which I am giving you as your inheritance, if I strike a house with mildew in the land you are to possess, (Leviticus 14, 34)

  • the owner must come and warn the priest; he must say, 'I have seen something like mildew in the house.' (Leviticus 14, 35)

  • The priest is to give orders for the house to be emptied before he goes to examine the infection; thus nothing in the house will be declared unclean. Then the priest must go and look at the house; (Leviticus 14, 36)

  • the priest is to go out of the house, to the door, and shut it up for seven days. (Leviticus 14, 38)

  • On the seventh day he shall go back again and if on examination he finds that the infection has spread over the walls of the house, (Leviticus 14, 39)

  • Then he shall have all the inside of the house scraped, and the plaster that comes off must be emptied out into an unclean place outside the town. (Leviticus 14, 41)

  • The stones must be replaced by new ones and the house given a new coat of plaster. (Leviticus 14, 42)

  • If the infection spreads again after the stones have been removed and the house scraped and replastered, (Leviticus 14, 43)

  • the priest is to come and examine it. If he finds that the infection has spread, this means that mildew is affecting the house: it is unclean. (Leviticus 14, 44)


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