1. A common disease among the Jews. Lu 4:27.
a. Men. Lu 17:12.
b. Women. Nu 12:10.
c. Houses. Le 14:34.
d. Garments. Le 13:47.
3. An incurable disease. 2Ki 5:7.
6. Parts affected by
a. The hand. Ex 4:6.
b. The head. Le 13:44.
c. The forehead. 2Ch 26:19.
d. The beard. Le 13:30.
e. The whole body. Lu 5:12.
10. The priests
a. Judges and directors in cases of. De 24:8.
c. Shut up persons suspected of, seven days. Le 13:4.
d. Had rules for distinguishing. Le 13:5-44.
11. Ceremonies at cleansing of. Le 17:14.
12. Those afflicted with
d. Dwelt in a separate house. 2Ki 15:5.
e. Cut off from God’s house. 2Ch 26:21.
f. Excluded from priest’s office. Le 22:2-4.
g. To have their heads bare, clothes rent, and lip covered. Le 13:45.
h. To cry unclean when approached. Le 13:45.
13. Less inveterate when it covered the whole body. Le 13:13.
16. Christ gave power to heal. Mt 10:8.
a. Suspected of, shown to priest. Le 13:49.
b. Suspected of, shut up seven days. Le 13:50.
c. Infected with, to have the piece first torn out. Le 13:56.
a. Suspected of, reported to priest. Le 14:35.
b. Suspected of, emptied. Le 14:36.
c. Suspected of, inspected by priest. Le 14:37.
d. Suspected of, shut up seven days. Le 14:38.
f. Incurably infected with, pulled down and removed. Le 14:43-45.
h. Suspected of, but not infected, pronounced clean. Le 14:48.
i. Ceremonies at cleansing of. Le 14:49-53.