See also: Leper
1. At the moment of Jesus’ instruction, the men were still Lepers. No physical change had yet taken place
2. Usage: Rather than talking about a leper or Lepers, it is better to talk about a person with leprosy and people with leprosy
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3. The Lepers had no right to the pick of the spoil
4. The Lepers had to conceal what they appropriated, lest it should he taken from them
5. We are first introduced to four Lepers at the entering in of the gate
6. 2 Kings 7:8 View whole chapter See verse in context And when these Lepers came to the uttermost part of the camp, they went into one tent, and did eat and drink, and carried thence silver, and gold, and raiment, and went and hid it; and came again, and entered into another tent, and carried thence also, and went and hid it
7. I have seen the Lepers in Damascus in their hospital, the traditional house of Naaman
8. • The economic Lepers: the homeless or the very poor, who are shut off from society and the things most of the rest of society take for granted; • The racial Lepers: the gypsies or, depending upon where one lives, those of a particular skin color, be it black, or brown, or yellow; • The emotional Lepers: those who, because of their own psyche
9. Many Lepers lose all of their fingers and toes because of the disease
10. JESUS HEALS TEN Lepers Frustrating the Sanhedrin’s plans to kill him, Jesus travels to the city of Ephraim, somewhat northeast of Jerusalem
11. In Luke 17:11-19, Jesus healed ten Lepers, but only one was thankful.
12. According to the Gospel of Matthew, when Jesus Christ came down from the mountain after the Sermon on the Mount, large multitudes followed him.A man full of leprosy came and knelt before Him and inquired him saying, "Lord, if you are willing, you can make me clean."Multiple people who were Lepers followed this man to get cured
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13. One of the Lepers knew that Jesus had healed them
14. Jesus asked where the other nine Lepers were
15. Healing Lepers Individual Prophets Times Of People Many In Israel syria Predestination, Of Persons Relations With Foreigners Only One Person Leprosy And there were many Lepers in Israel in the time of Elisha the prophet; and none of them was cleansed, but only Naaman the Syrian.”
16. Leprosy was at one-time incurable and Lepers were segregated into colonies; today the infection is readily cured — it’s just a matter of reaching victims of the disease and fighting the social taboos surrounding it
17. Here are several ideas as to why nine of the ten healed Lepers never returned to Jesus to give thanks
18. This meant that when Christians served Lepers, they were serving Christ, and refusals to show compassion were refusals to recognize Christ
19. Stories, sermons, and devotional poems repeatedly encouraged the faithful to care for Lepers, especially to wash them—as Mary Magdalene had washed the feet of Christ with her tears—and to kiss them.
20. Just as Lepers could not heal themselves, so we cannot remove our sin
21. Just as Lepers will die of their leprosy, so we are born spiritually dead because of our sin.
22. And now we have the spoil of what they left for the four Lepers and the people of Samaria
23. So what did the Lepers do with what they found? It is recorded that 1 “when these Lepers came to the uttermost part of the camp, they went into one tent, and did eat and drink, and carried thence silver, and gold, and raiment, and went and hid it; and
24. The four Lepers of Samaria of 2 Kings 7:3 had been excluded from the city and were outside the gate
25. Lepers weren’t seen as patients but as monsters, and even the reference to the island’s name remained a taboo for years to come
26. In 2005, the Victoria Hislop’s novel titled ‘The Island’ told the story of Spinaloga, bringing light to the life the Lepers built for themselves against all odds.
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27. Lepers were often accused of sexual deviancy.Some leper houses even required that Lepers take vows of chastity
28. Canterbury was a popular pilgramage destination for those thought to be infected with Lepersy.
29. Several Lepers at the Suakoko Leprosy Rehabilitation Center, Suakoko District are said to be living in complete poverty as the Liberian government has allegedly failed to give attention to their many cries
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30. Lepers alarm bad living condition in Bong.
31. “Oh!” said these Lepers, “Come
32. And when the king and his people arose and came to the camp, behold, it was even as those Lepers had said [2 Kings 7:14-15]
33. Pirates, Prisoners, and Lepers examines an array of natural experiments and accidents of human history to explore the fundamental nature of how human beings act when beyond the scope of the law
34. The story of these four Lepers is told to us in II Kings 7:3-10
35. As of 2020, there are still many Lepers in India, Sri Lanka and Nepal
36. Many associate leprosy with colonies of Lepers with missing limbs, but is this disease really 'flesh eating'? Trace breaks it down here.Where Do Leper Coloni
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37. The Lepers go to the priests and are cleansed, Luke tells us
38. Of the ten Lepers healed, a single one returns
39. (The Lepers Jesus cured in Mk 1:40-45 and Lk 11:17-19 were not named.) Leprosy in the Bible is not the leprosy, or Hansen’s disease, we know today, with its deformity of limbs and decay of hands and face
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40. Lepers to wear torn garments: it-2 814 Lepers at siege of Samaria ( 2Ki 7:3-11 ): w09 8/15 28 life story “My Life as a Leper—Joyful and Spiritually Blessed”: w98 4/1 22-27
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41. 6 synonyms of Lepers from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 4 related words, definitions, and antonyms
42. Lepers: one who is cast out or rejected by society.
43. Lepers and Mannequins have always been at war, driven by a mutual need for what the other has
44. The Lepers knew if they stayed in their current position, death was imminent
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Luke 17:12-14 12 As he was going into a village, ten men who had leprosy met him. They stood at a distance 13 and called out in a loud voice, "Jesus, Master, have pity on us!" 14 When he saw them, he said, "Go, show yourselves to the priests." And as they went, they were cleansed. Mark 1:40-42 40 A man with leprosy came to him and begged him on his knees, "If you are willing, you can make me clean." 41 Jesus was indignant. He reached out his hand and touched the man. "I am willing," he said. "Be clean!" 42 Immediately the leprosy left him and he was cleansed. Leviticus 13:45-46 45 "Anyone with such a defiling disease must wear torn clothes, let their hair be unkempt, cover the lower part of their face and cry out, 'Unclean! Unclean!' 46 As long as they have the disease they remain unclean. They must live alone; they must live outside the camp.
1. countable noun. A leper is a person who has leprosy. 2. countable noun. If you refer to someone as a leper, you mean that people in their community avoid them because they have done something that has shocked or offended people.
Leprosy was addressed in the Bible, not only in the law, but served as an example of the deadly effects of sin . Just as a leper was declared unclean and banished from the camp of Israel, the law that is our schoolmaster about sin declares man as unclean and unworthy to live in the presence of the Lord and one another in heaven.
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