صور الصفحة
النشر الإلكتروني


: DISEASE THE TOKEN OF SIN. Job v, 6, 7. Although affliction Jer. xlviii, 16. The calamity of

Dcut. xxviii, 21. The LORD shall cometh not forth of the dust, Moab is near to come, and his afmake the pestilence cleave unto neither doth trouble spring out of fiction hasteth fast. thee, until he have consumed thee the ground; Yet man is born

Lam. 1, 12-14. Is it nothing to from off the land, whither thou unto trouble, as the sparks fly

upward. goest to possess it.

all ye that pass by? behold, and

you, John vi, 14. Afterward Jesus Job x, 17. Thou renewest thy unto my sorrow, which is done

see if there be any sorrow like findeth him in the temple, and witnesses against me, and increas- unto me, wherewith the Lord hath suid unto him, Behold, ihou art est thine indignation upon me: afflicted me in the day of his tierce made whole: sin no more, lest a changes and war are against me.

anger. From above hath be sent worse thing come unto thee.

Job xvi, 14. He breaketh me fire into my bones, and it prevail

with breach upon breach; be run-eth against them: be hath spread OFTEN PAINFUL. neth upon me like a giant.

a net for my feet; he hath turned Job vii, 3, 4. So am I made to Job xxx, 11, 26. Because he

me back; be bath made me desopossess months of vanity, and hath loosed my cord, and afflicted late and faint all the day. The wearisome nights are appointed me, they have also 'let loose the yoke of my transgressions is bound to me. When I lie down, I say, bridle before me. When I looked by his hand; they are wreathed, When shall I arise, and the night for good, then evil came unto me;

and come up upon my neck; he be gone? and I am full of tossings and when I waited for light, there hath made my strength to fall; the to and fro unto the dawning of the

LORD hath delivered me into their camo darkness. day.

Ps. lxvi, 10. For thou, o God, hands, from whom I am not able

to rise up. Job xxx, 15, 16, 19. Terrors aro hast proved us: thou hast tried turned upon me: they pursue my us, as silver is tried.

Lam. iii, 1, 2, 31-33. I am the man soul as the wind; and my welfare

Ps. lxxxix, 30-33. If his children of his wrath. He hath led me,

that hath seen aflliction by the rod passeth away as a cloud. And now

forsake my law, and walk not in and brought me into darkness, my poured ; the days of afliction have taken my judgments; If they break my but not into light. For the

LORD statutes, and keep not my comhold upon me. He hath cast me

will not cast off for ever: But into the mire, and I am become their trangression with the rod, have compassion according to the

mandments; Then will I visit though he cause grief, yet will he like dust and asbes.

and their iniquity with stripes. multitude of his mercies. For he Eccles. v, 17. All his days also Nevertheless iny loving-kinduess doth not afflict willingly, nor he eateth in darkness, and he hath will I not utterly tako from him, grieve the children of men, much sorrow and wrath with his nor suffer my faithfulness to fail. sickness. Isa. xxxviii, 9-11. The writing that thy judgınents are right, and

Ps. cxix, 75. I know, O LORD, COMFORT AND HOPE UNDER of Hezekiah king of Judah, when

AFFLICTION. he had been sick, and was re- I that thou in faithfulness hast afflicted me.

Deut. viii, 5. Thou shalt also covered of his sickness: I said in the cutting off of iny days, I shall Eccles. vii, 14. In the day of consider in thine heart, that, as a go to the gates of the grave: I am prosperity be joyful, but in the man chasteneth his son, so the deprived of the residue of my day of adversity consider: God also LORD thy God chasteneth thee. years. I said, I shall not see the hath set the one over against the 2 Sam. xxii, 17, 19. He sent from Lord, even the Lord, in the land other, to the end that man should above, he took me; he drew me of the living: I shall behold man tind nothing after him.

out of many waters; They preno more with the inhabitants of Isa. xxi, 4. My heart panted, I vented me in the day of my cathe world.

fearfulness affrighted me:

the lamity: but the LORD was my stay. Rev. xvi, 10. And the fifth angel night of my pleasure hath he Job v, 11. 17. To set up on high poured out his vial upon the seat turned into tear unto me.

those that below; that those which of the beast; and his kingdom was Isa. xxvii, 7, 8. Hath he smitten mourn may be exalted to safety full of darkness; and they gnawed him, as he smote those that smote Behold, happy is the man whom their tongues for pain.

him? or is he slain according to the God correcteth; therefore despise

slaughter of them that are slain not thou the chastening of the AlBUT SENT BY GOD. by him?

In measure, when it mighty.

shooteth forth, thou wilt debate Job xi, 16. Because thon shalt Gen. XXXI, 42. Except the God of my father, the God of Abraham, in the day of the east wind. with it: he stayeth bis rough wind forget thy misery, and remember

it as waters that pass away. and the Fear of Isaac, bad been with me, surely thou hadst sent Jer. viii, 15. We looked for

Job xxxiv, 31, 32. Surely it is me away now empty. God hath peace, but no good came; and for meet to be said unto God, I have seen mine aflliction, and the labour a time of health, and behold borne chastisement, I will not ofof my hands, and rebuked the trouble.

fend any more: That rchich I see yesternight.

Jer. xv, 11. The Lord said, iniquity, I will do vo more.

not, teach thou me; if I have done 2 Sam. vii, 14. I will be his Verily it shall be well with thy father, and be shall be my son. Il remnant; verily I will cause the Ps. xxxiv, 19. Many are the arho commit iniquity, I will chasten enemy to entreat thee well in the fictions of the righteous; but the him with the rod of men, and with time of evil, and in the time of LORD delivereth him out of them the stripes of the children of men. affliction.


P3. xci, 15. He shall call upon chasteneth not? But if ye be afflicted I went astray: bnt novi me, and I will answer him: I will without chastisement, whereof all have I kept thy word. It is goud be with him in trouble; I will de- are partakers,then are ye bastards, for me that I have been afficted; liver him, and honour him. and not song.

that I might learn thy statutes. P3. cxxix, 1, 2. Many a time have they afflicted me from my youth,

Isa. xxvi, 8, 9, 16. Yea, in the

AFFLICTION SOMETIMES may Israel now say: Many a time

way of thy judgments, O LORI), NOT IMPROVED.

have we waited for thee; the dehare they afflicted me from my yonth; yet they have not prevailed time of his distress did he tres and to the remembrance of thee.

2 Chron. xxviii, 22. And in the sire of our soul is to thy name. against me. P8. cxl, 12. I know that the pass yet more against the LORD: With my soul have I desired thee this is that king Ahaz.

in the night; yea, with my spirit LORD will maintain the cause of the aflicted, and the right of the of God small with thee? is there

Job xv, 11. Are the consolations

within me will I seek thee early:

for when thy judgments are in poor.

the earth, the inhabitants of the any secret thing with thee? Ps. cxlvi, 8. The LORD openeth

world will learn righteousness.

Isa, ix, 13, 14. For the people LORD, in trouble have they visited the eyes of the blind: the LORD

turneth not unto him that smiteth thee; they poured out a prayer X raiseth them that are bowed down:

them, neither do they seek the when thy chastening was upon the LORD loveth the righteous,

LORD of hosts; Therefore the LORD them. Ps. cxlvii, 2, 3. The LORD doth

will cut off from Israel head and build up Jerusalem: be gathereth tail, branch and rush, in one day.

Isa. xlviii, 10. Behold, I have together the outcasts of Israel. He healeth the broken in heart, your children; they received no

Jer. ii, 30. In vain have I smitten I have chosen thee in the furnace

refined thee, but not with silver: and bindeth up their wounds.

of affliction. Pror. iii, 11. My son, despise devoured your prophets, like a bering mine affliction and my correction: your own sword hath

Lam. iii, 19-21, 27, 28. Rememnot the chastening of the Lord; destroying lion. neither be weary of his correc

Zeph, iii, 2. She obeyed not the gall. My soul hath them still in

misery, the wormwood and the x tion.

voice; she received not correction; / remembrance, and is humbled in 139. XXV, 3, 4. Therefore shall she trusted not in the LORD; she the strong people glorify thee, the drew not near to her God.

me. This I recall to my mind, city of the terrible nations shall

therefore have I hope. It is good fear thee. For thou hast been a

for a man that he bear the yoke strength to the poor, a strength

ADVANTAGES OF AFFLIC- in his youth. He sitteth alone, to the needy in his distress, a re


and keepeth silence, because he fuge from the storm, a shadow 2 Chron. xxxiii, 12, 13. And when hath borne it upon him. from the heat, when the blast of he was in affliction he besonght Hosea v, 15. I will go and rethe terrible ones is as a storm the Lord his God, and humbled turn to my place, till they acknowjainst the wall.

himself greatly before the God of ledge their offence, and seek my Micah vi, 9. The Lord's voice his fathers, And prayed unto him: face: in their affliction they will crieth unto the city, and the man and he was entreated of him, and seek mo early. of wisdom shall see thy name: heard his

supplication, and 2 Cor. iv, 17. For our light hear ye the rod, and who hath brought him again to Jerusalem affliction, which is but for a moappointed it.

into his kingdom. Then Manas- ment, worketh for us a far more Nah,1, 9, 12. What do ye imagine seh knew that the Lord he was exceeding and eternal weight of against the LORD? he will make an God.

glory. utter end: allliction shall not rise Job xxxvi, 8-10, 21. And if they Heb. xil, 11. Now, no chastening up the second time. Thus saith be bound in fetters, and be holden for the present seemeth to be the LORD, Though they be quiet, in cords of affliction; Then he joyous, but grievous: nevertheless and likewise many, yet thus shall sheweth them their work, and afterward it yieldeth the peaceable they be cut down, when he shall their transgressions that they fruit of righteousness unto them pass through. Though I have have exceeded. He openeth also which are exercised thereby. afflicted thee, I will afflict thee their ear to discipline, and comno more. mandeth that they return from

DISEASES GENERALLY. Acts vil, 10. And delivered him iniquity. Take heed, regard not

SICKNESS. out of all his afllictions, and gave iniquity: for this hast thou chosen him favour and wisdom in the rather than affliction.

Gen. xlviii, 1. And it came to sight of Pharaoh king of Egypt; Ps.lv, 19. God shall hear, and pass after these things, that one and he made him governor over afllict them, even he that abideth told Joseph, Behold, thy father is Egypt, and all his house.

of old. Selah, Because they sick: and he took with him his Phill. iv, 19. But my God shall have no changes, therefore they two sons, Manasseh and Ephraim.

2 Sam. xii, 15. And Nathan desupply all your need according to fear not God. his riches in glory by Christ P3. lxxviii, 34, 35. When he slew parted unto his house: and the Jesus.

them, then they sought him; and LORD struck the child that Uriah's Heb. xii, 5-8. And ye have for- they returned and enquired early wife bare unto David, and it was gotten the

after God: And they remembered very sick. exhortation which

that God was their Rock, and the 184, i, 5. Why should ye be speaketh unto you as unto chil

stricken any more? ye will revolt dren, My son, despise not thou high God their Redeemer. the chastening of the Lord, nor

P3. xciv, 12, 13. Blessed is the more and inore. The whole head faint when thou art rebuked of man whom thou chastenest, ois sick, and the whole heart faint. him: For whom the Lord loveth LORD, and teachest him out of thy

Dan. viii, 27. And I Daniel be chasteneth, and scourgeth law; That thou mayest give him fainted, and was sick certain days: every son whom he receiveth. If rest from the days of adversity, afterward I rose up, and did the ye endure chastening, God deal- until the pit be digged for the king's business; and I was astoneth with you as with sons; for wicked.

ished at the vision, but none unWhat son is he whom the father P8. cxix, 67, 71. Before I was derstood it.

Micah vi, 13. Therefore also and it became a boil breaking | light, but behold obscurity, for will I make thee sick in smiting forth with blains upon man, and brightness, but we walk in darkthee, in making thee desolate be upon beast.

ness. We grope for the wall like cause of thy sins.

Lev. xiii, 18-23. The flesh also,

the blind, and we grope as if we John xi, 1-4. Nov a certain in which, even in the skin thereof had no eyes: we stumble at noonman was sick, named Lazarus, of was a boil, and is healed, And in day as in the night; we are in deBethany, the town of Mary and the place of the boil there be a solate places as dead men. Por sister Martha. (It was that white rising, or a bright spot, Mary which anointed the Lord white, and somewhat reddish, and

CONSUMPTION. with ointment, and wiped his feet it be shewed to the priest; And

Lev. xxvi, 16. I also will do this with her hair, whose brother if, when the priest Beeth it, behold, unto you; I will even appoint over Lazarus was sick.)

Therefore it be in sight lower than the skin, vou terror, consumption, his sisters sent unto him, saying, and the hair thereof be turned that shall consume the 'eyes, and Lord, behold, he whom thou lovest white, the priest shall pronounce cause sorrow of heart. ... is gick. When Jesus heard that, him unclean: it is a plague of

Deut. xxviii, 22. The LOPD shall he said, This sickness is not unto leprosy broken out of the boil. smite thee with a consumption.. . death, but for the glory of God, But if the priest look on it, and, that the Son of God might be behold, there be no white hairs glorified thereby. therein, and if it be not lower

DEAFNESS. than the skin, but be somewhat Phu. 11, 26. For he longed after dark; then the priest shall shut

Mark vii, 32. And they bring you all, and was full of heaviness, him 'up seven days.

unto him one that was deaf, and because that ye had heard that he spread much abroad in the skin, and they beseech him to put his

And if it had an impediment in his speech; had been sick.

then the priest shall pronounce hand upon him. 2 Tim. iv, 20. Erastus abode at him unclean: it is a plague. But Corinth: but Trophimus have I if the bright spot stay in his place, left at Miletum sick.

and spread not, it is burning Lev. xix, 14. Thou shalt not buil; and the priest shall pro- curse the deaf, nor put a stumnounce him clean.

blingblock before the blind, but LEANNESS.

shalt fear thy God: I am the 2 Sam. xiii, 4. And he said unto Take a lump of figs. And they 2 Kings xx, 7. And Isaiah said,

LORD. him, Why art thou, being the

Isaiah xxix, 18. And in that day king's son, lean from day to day? took and laid it on the boil, and he recovered.

shall the deaf hear the words of wilt thou not tell me? And Am

the book, and the eyes of the blind non said unto him, I love Tamar,

BLINDNESS. my brother Absalomn's sister.

shall see out of obscurity, and out

of darkness. Job xvi, 8. And thou hast filled

Lev. xix, 14. Thou shalt not me with wrinkles, which is a witcurse the deaf, nor put a stum

DEBILITY. ness against me: and my leanness shali fear thy God: I am the bling-block before the blind, but

Job xxxili, 22. Yea, his soul rising up in me beareth witness LORD.

draweth near unto the grave, and to my face.

his life to the destroyers.

Deut. xxvii, 18. Cursed be he Job xxx, 22. Thou liftest me up

that maketh he blind to wander Ps. cii, 23. He weakeneth my to the wind; thou causest me to ride upon it, and dissolvest my shall say, Amen. out of the way: and all the people strength in the way: be shortened

my days. substance. Ps. xxii, 17. I may tell all my

Matth. ix, 27. And when Jesus Ezek. vii, 17. All hands shall be bones: they look and stare upon departed thence, two blind men feeble, and all knees shall be weak me.

followed him, crying, and saying, as water. Ps. cii, 11. My days are like a

Thou son of David, have mercy on

us. shadow that declineth; and I am

DEMONIACAL POSSESSION. withered like grass.

John ix, 1-3, 39, 40. And as Matth. iv, 24. And his fame went Ps. cix, 24. My knees are weak Jesus passed by, he saw a man throughont all Syria: and they through fasting, and my flesh which was blind from his birth. brought unto him all sick people faileth of fatness. And his disciples asked him, say that were taken with

divers ing, Master, who did sin, this man, diseases and torments, and those

or his parents, that he was born which were possessed with devils, SPECIAL FORMS OF blind? Jesus answered, Neither and those which were lunatick, DISEASE MENTIONED IN hath this man sinned, nor his and those that had the palsy; and SCRIPTURE.

parents: but that the works of he healed them.

God should be made manifest in

(See under MIRACLES.) Lev. xxvi, 16. I also will do this unto you; I will even appoint over

DROPSY. you terror, consumption, and the Deut. xxviii, 29. And thou shalt

(See under MIRACLES.) burning ague, that shall consume grope at noon-day, as the blind the eyes, and canse sorrow of gropeth in darkness, and thou heart; and ye shall sow your seed shalt not prosper in thy ways; and

DUMBNESS. in vain; for your enemies shall thou shalt be only oppressed and Luke 1, 20. And, behold, thou eat it.

spoiled evermore, and no man shalt be dumb, and not able to shall save thee.

speak, until the day that these BOILS. Job xxix, 15. I was eyes to the things shall be performed, because

thou believest not Ecod. ix, 10. And they took blind, and feet was I to ihe lame.

my words, ashes of the furnace, and stood Isa. lix, 9, 10. Therefore is judge which shall be fulfilled in their

season, before Pharaoh; and Moses ment far from us, neither doth sprinkled it up toward heaven; 'justice overtake us: we wait for


P3. xxxix, 2. I was dumb with Lam. iil, 4. My flesh and my | LORD: and Jotham his son was silence; I beld my peace, even skin hath he made old; be hath over the king's house, judging the from good; and my zorrow was broken my bones.

people of the land. So Uzziah slept stirred,

with his fathers and they buried Ezek. xxiv, 27. In that day shall


him with his fathers in the field thy mouth be opened to him 2 Chron. xvi, 12. And Asa, in the the kings; for they said, He is a

of the burial which belonged to which is escaped, and thou shalt thirty and ninth year of his reign leper: and Jotham his son reigned speak, and be no more dumb: and was diseased in his feet, until his thou shalt be a sign unto them; discise was exceeding great: yet

in his stead. and they shall know that I am the in his disease he sought not to the Matth. xxvi, 6. Now, when Jesus LORD. LORD, but to the physicians.

was in Bethany, in the house of

Simon the leper.


Luke xvii, 12. And as he entered 2 Chron. XXI, 18, 19. And after

Deut. xxviii, 27. The Lord will

into a certain village, there mot all this the LORD smote him smite thee with the botch of Egypt, which stood afar off.

him ten men that were lepers, Jehoram] in his bowels with an

and with the emerods, and with incurable disease. And it came

the scab, and with the itch, whereto pass, that, in process of time, of thou canst not be healed.

LAW OF LEPROSY. after the end of two years, his bowels fell out by reason of his

(UNCLEAN.) sickness; 80 he died of sore


Lev. xiii, 2, 3, 7-11, 14, 15, 24-27, diseases: and his people made no Lev. xiii, 28. And if the bright 29, 30, 35, 36, 42-44. When a man burning for him, like the burning spot stay in his place, and spread shall have in the skin vs his flesh of his fathers.

not in the skin, but it be somewhat a rising, a scab, or bright spot, Acts xxviii, 8. And it came to dark; it is a rising of the burning, and it be in the skin of his festi pass, that the father of Publius and the pricst shall pronounce like the plague of leprosy; then he iay sick of a fever, and of a bloody him clean: for it is an inflamma- shall be brought unto Aaron the

tion of the burning. flux: to whom Paul entered in,

priest, or unto one of his sons the and prayed, and laid his hands on Deut. xxviii, 22. The LORD shall priests: And the priest shall look him, and healed him. suite thee with an inflammation.

on the plague in the skin of the flesh; and when the hair in the

plague is turned white, and the EMERODS.


plague in sight be deeper than the 1 Sam. V, 6, 12. But the hand of Lev. xv, 2. Speak unto the child skin of his flesh, it is a plague of the Lord was heavy upon them of dren of Israel, and say unto them, leprosy: and the priest shall look Ashdod, and he destroyed them, When any man hath a running on him, and pronounce him unand smote them with emerods, even issue out of his flesh, because of his clean. But if the scab spread Ashdod, and the coasts thereof. issue he is unclean.

much abroad in the skin, after And the inen that died not were Matth. ix, 20. And, behold, a

that he hath been seen of the sinitten with the emerods; and the woman, which was diseased with priest for his cleansing, he shall bo Cty of the city went up to heaven. / an issue of blood twelve years, seen of the priest again. And if

came behind him, and touched the priest see, that, behold, the the hem of his garment.

scab spreadeth in the skin; then EPILEPSY.

the priest shall pronounce him unMatth. xvii, 15. Lord, have


clean: It is a leprosy. When tho mercy on my son: for ho is luna

plague of leprosy is in a man, then tick, and sore vexed: for ofttimes

Gen. xxxii, 31. And as he passed he shall be brought anto the he falleth into the fire, and oft him, and he halted upon his thigh. him: and, belrold, if the rising be

over Penuel, the sun rose upon priest; And the priest shall see into the water.

2 Sam. iv, 4. And Jonathan. white in the skin, and it have

Saul's son, had a son that was turned the hair white, and there FEVER.

lame of his feet. He was five be quick raw fesh in the rising, Deut. xxvii, 22. The LORD shall years old when the tidings came It is an old leprosy in the skin of emite thee with a fever. ....

of Saul and Jonathan ont of Jez- lis flesh; and ihe priest shall proJob xxx, 27, 30. My bowels reel, and his nurse took him up,nounce him unclean, and shall not boiled, and rested not; the days of she made haste to flee, that he But when raw flesh appeareth, in

and fled: and it came to pass, as shut hiin up: for ho is unclean. afliction prevented me. My skin is black upon me, and my bones tell, and became fame;' and his him, he shall be unclean. And the are burned with heat. name was Mephibosheth.

priest shall see the raw flesh, and Matth. viii, 14.

2 Sam. ix, 13. So Mephibosheth prononnte bim to be unclean; for And when Jesiis dwelt in Jerusalem: for hu did the raw flesh is uuclean; it is a was come into Peter's house, he saw his wife's mother laid, and and was lame on both his feet. eat continually at the king's table; leprosy. Or if there be any flesh,

in the skin whereot there is a hot sick of a fever.

burning, and the quick flesh that John iv, 52. Then enquired he of

burneth have a white bright spot,

LEPROSY. them the hour when he began to

somewhat reddish, or white; Then

2 Kings V, 27. The leprosy the priest shall look upon it: and, amend. And they said unto him, therefore of Naaman shall cleave behold, if the hair in the bright Yesterday at the seventh hour the unto thee, and unto thy seed for spot be turned white, and it be in fever left him.

ever. And he went out from his sight deeper than the skin, it is a

presence a leper as white as snow. leprosy broken out of the burning: FRACTURES.

2 Chron. xxvi, 21, 23. And Uz- wherefore the priest shall proProv. xxv, 19. Confidence in an ziah the king was a leper unto the nounce him unclean: it is the anfaithful man in time of trouble day of his death, and dwelt in a plague of leprosy. But if the is like a broken touth, and a foot several house, being a leper, for he priest look on it, and, behold, there out of join

was cut off from the house of tbe "be no white hair in the bright spot, and it be no lower than the other , spread not, and there be in it no , hold, if the plague have not skin, but be somewhat dark; then yellow hair, and the scall be not changed his colour, and the plague the priest shall shut him up seven in sight deeper than the skin; He be not spread, it is unclean; thou days. And the priest shall look shall be shaven, but the scall shall shalt burn it in the fire: it is fret upon him the seventh day: and if he not shave: and the priest shall inward, whether it be bare within it be spread much abroad in the shut up him that hath the scall or without. And if the priest skin, then the priest shall pro- seven days more. And in the look, and, behold, the plague be nounce him unclean: it is the seventh day the priest shall look somewhat dark after the washing plague of leprosy. If a man or on the scall: and, behold, if the of it; then he shall rend it out of woman have a plague upon the scall be not spread in the skin, the garment, or out of the skin, head or the beard; Then the nor be in sight decper than the or out of the warp, or out of the priest shall see the plague: and, skin; then the priest shall pro- woof. And if it appear still in the behold, if it be in sight deeper nounce him clean: and he shall garment, either in the warp, or in than the skin, and there be in it a wash his clothes, and be clean. the woof, or in any thing of skin, yellow thin hair; then the priest But if the scall be in his sight at a it is a spreading plajue; thou shall pronounce him unclean; it is stay, and that there is black hair shalt burn that wherein tho a dry scall, eren a leprosy npon grown up therein, the scall is plague is with fire. And the garthe head or beard. But if the healed, he is clean and the priest ment, either warp or woof, or scall spread much in the skin after shall pronounce him clean. whatsoever thing of skin it be, his cleansing; Then the priest

which thou shalt wash, if the shall look on him; and, behold, if

plague be departed from them, the scall be spread in the skin, the LEPERS OBLIGED TO DWELL |ihen it shall be washed the second priest shall not seek for yellow


time, and shall be clean. This is hair; he is unclean. And if there

Lev. xiii, 46. All the days where the law of the plague of leprosy be in the bald head, or bald fore in the plague shall be in him be in a garment of woollen or linen, head, a white reddish sore, it is a shall be defled; he is unclean: he

either in the warp, or woof, or leprosy sprung up in his bald head, shalldwell alone; without the camp any thing of skins, to pronounce or luis bald forehead. Then the shall his habitation be.

it clean, or to pronounce it unpriest shall look upon it: and, be

clean. hold, if the rising of the sore be Num. v, 2-4. Command the chil

Lev. xiv, 54-57. This is the law white reddish in his bald head, or dren of Israel, that they put out for all manner of plague of leprosy, in his ball forehead, as the leprosy of the camp every leper, and every and scall, And for the leprosy of appeareth in the skin of the flesh, one that hath an issue, and whosoHe is a leprous man, he is unever is defiled by the dead: Both for a rising, and for a scab, and for

a garment, and of a house, And clean; the priest shall pronounce Inale and female shall ye put out, a bright spot; To teach when it him utterly unclean; his plague is without the camp shall yo put is unclean, and when it is clean: in his head.

them; that they defile not their this is the law of leprosy.
camps, in the midst whereof I
dwell. And the children of Israel

Deut. xxiv, 8. Take heed in the

did so, and put them out without plague of leprosy, that thou obLev. xiii, 4, 5, 12, 13, 17, 31-34, 37.

the camp: as the LORD spake unto serve diligently, and do according If the bright spot' be white in the Moses, so did the children of to all that the priests the Levites Israel.

shall teach you: as I commanded skin of his flesh, and in sight be

them, 80 ye shall observe to do. not deeper than the skin, and the hair thereof be not turned white; LEPROSY IN GARMENTS

LEPROSY IN HOUSES. then the priest shall shut up him Lev. xiii, 49-59. And if the that hath the plague seven days. plague be greenish or reddish in

(See under ARCHITECTURE, And the priest shall look on him the garment, or in the skin, either

Puge 52.) the seventh day: and, behold, vin the warp, or in the woof, or in the plague in his sight be at a any thing of skin; it is a plague of LOSS OF APPETITE. stay, and the plague spread not in leprosy, and shall be shewed unto

Job xxxiii, 20. So that his life the skin; then the priest shall shut the priest. And the priest shall abhorreth bread, and his soul hiin up geven days more. And look upon the plague, and shut dainty meat. if a leprosy break out abroad in up it that hauth the plague seven

18. cii, 4. My heart is smitten, the skin, and the leprosy cover all days. And he shall look on the the skin of him that hath the plague on the seventh day: if the forget to eat my bread.

and withered like grass; so that I plague, from his head even to his plague be spread in the garment, foot, wheresoever the priest look- either in the warp, or in the woof,

Ps. cvii, 17, 18. Fools, because etli; Then the priest shall consi- or in a skin, or in any work that of their transgression, and because der: and, behold, if the leprosy is made of 'skin, the plague is of their iniquities, are afflicted: have covered all his flesh, he shall a fretting leprosy; it is unclean. Their soul abhorreth all manner pronounce him clean that hath the He shall therefore burn that gar- of meat; and they draw near unto plague; it is all turned white: he ment, whether warp or woof, in the gates of death. is clean. And the priest shall see woollen or in linen, or any thing him; and, behold, if the plague be of skin, wherein the plague is: for

LUNACY. turned into white; then the priest it is a fretting leprosy: it shall be

Deut. xxviii, 28. The LORD shall shall pronounce himg clean that burnt in the tire. And if the hath the plague: he is clean. And priest shall look, and, behold, the

smite thee with madness, and if the priest look on the plague of plague be not spread in the gar

blindness, and astonishment of

heart. the scall, and, behold, it be not in ment, either in the warp, or in sight deeper than the skin, and the woof, or in any thing of skin; 1 Sam. xxi, 15. Have I need or that there is no black hair in it; Then the priest shall command madmen, that ye have bronght then the priest shall shut up him that they wash the thing wherein this fellow to play the madman in that hath the plague of the scall the plague is, and he shall shut it my presence? shall this fellow seven days. And in the seventh up seven days more. And the come into my house? day the priest shall look on the priest shall look on the plague, Dan. iv, 36. At the same time plugue; and, behold, if the scall' after that it is washed: and, be-. my reason returned unto me; aud,

« السابقةمتابعة »