1 “IIf° a man° steals° an ox° or° a sheep° and slaughters° it or° sells° it, he shall pay° five° oxen° for the ox° and afour° sheep° for the sheep°.
2 ¶ “IIf° the athief° is IIcaught° while breaking° in and is struck° so that he dies°, there° will be no° bloodguiltiness° on his account. 3 [But] if° the sun° has risen° on him, there will be bloodguiltiness° on his account. He shall surely° make° restitution°; if° he owns nothing°, then he shall be asold° for his theft°. 4 If° what° he stole° is actually° found° alive° in his Ipossession°, whether° an ox° or° a donkey° or° a sheep°, ahe shall pay° double°.
5 ¶ “If° a man° lets a field° or° vineyard° be grazed° [bare] and lets° his animal° loose° so that it grazes° in another° man’s field°, he shall make° restitution° from the best° of his own field° and the best° of his own vineyard°.
6 ¶ “If° a fire° breaks° out and spreads° to thorn° bushes°, so that stacked° grain or° the standing° grain° or° the field° [itself] is consumed°, he who started° the fire° shall surely° make° restitution°.
7 ¶ “aIf° a man° gives° his neighbor° money° or° goods° to keep° [for him] and it is stolen° from the man’s° house°, if° the thief° is Icaught°, he shall pay° double°. 8 If° the thief° is not Icaught°, then the owner° of the house° shall IIappear° before° IIIathe judges°, [to] determine whether°° he IVlaid° his hands° on his neighbor’s° property°. 9 For every° Ibreach° of trust°, [whether it is] for ox°, for donkey°, for sheep°, for clothing°, [or] for any° lost° thing° about which° one says°, ‘This° is it,’ the IIcase° of both° parties shall come° before° IIIathe judges°; he whom° IIIthe judges° condemn° shall pay° double° to his neighbor°.
 ILit found aLv 6:1-7
 ILit found IILit approach to IIIOr God IVLit stretched his hand aEx 22:9; Dt 17:8, 9; 19:17
 IOr matter of transgression IILit matter IIIOr God aEx 22:8, 28; Dt 25:1
10 ¶ “If° a man° gives° his neighbor° a donkey°, an ox°, a sheep°, or° any° animal° to keep° [for him], and it dies° or° is hurt° or° is driven° away° while no° one° is looking°, 11 an aoath° before the LORD° shall be made° by the two° of them Ithat he has not IIlaid° hands° on his neighbor’s° property°; and its owner° shall accept° [it], and he shall not make° restitution°. 12 But if° it is actually° stolen° from him, he shall make° restitution° to its owner°. 13 If° it is all torn° to pieces°, let him bring° it as evidence°; he shall not make° restitution° for what° has been torn° to pieces.
14 ¶ “If° a man° Iborrows° [anything] from his neighbor°, and it is injured° or° dies° while its owner° is not with it, he shall make° full° restitution°. 15 If° its owner° is with it, he shall not make° restitution°; if° it is hired°, it came° for its hire°.
16 ¶ “aIf° a man° seduces° a virgin° who° is not engaged°, and lies° with her, he must pay° a dowry° for her [to be] his wife°. 17 If° her father° absolutely° refuses° to give° her to him, he shall Ipay° money° equal to the adowry° for virgins°.
18 ¶ “You shall not allow a asorceress° to live°.
19 ¶ “aWhoever° lies° with an animal° shall surely° be put° to death°.
20 ¶ “aHe who sacrifices° to Iany god°, other° than° to the LORD° alone°, shall be IIutterly° destroyed°.
 ILit the gods IILit put under the ban aEx 32:8; 34:15; Lv 17:7; Nu 25:2; Dt 17:2, 3, 5; 1K 18:40; 2K 10:25
21 ¶ “aYou shall not wrong° a stranger° or oppress° him, for you were strangers° in the land° of Egypt°. 22 aYou shall not afflict° any° widow° or orphan°. 23 If° you afflict° him at all°, [and] aif° he does cry° out to Me, bI will surely° hear° his cry°; 24 and My anger° will be kindled°, and I will kill° you with the sword°, aand your wives° shall become° widows° and your children° fatherless°.
 aEx 23:9; Lv 19:33, 34; 25:35; Dt 1:16; 10:19; 27:19; Zc 7:10
 aDt 24:17, 18; Pv 23:10, 11; Jr 7:6, 7
 aDt 15:9; Jb 35:9; Lk 18:7 bDt 10:18; Jb 34:28; Ps 10:14, 17, 18; 18:6; 68:5; Jm 5:4
 aPs 109:2, 9
25 ¶ “aIf° you lend° money° to My people°, to the poor° Iamong° you, you are not to IIact° as a creditor° to him; you shall not IIIcharge°° him binterest°. 26 If° you ever° take° your neighbor’s° cloak° aas a pledge°, you are to return° it to him before° the sun° sets°, 27 for that is his only° covering°; it is his cloak° for his Ibody°. What° else shall he sleep° in? And it shall come° about that awhen° he cries° out to Me, I will hear° [him], for bI am gracious°.
 ILit with IILit be IIILit lay upon aLv 25:35-37; Dt 15:7-11 bDt 23:19, 20; Ne 5:7; Ps 15:5; Ezk 18:8
 aDt 24:6, 10-13; Jb 24:3; Pv 20:16; Am 2:8
 ILit skin aEx 22:23 bEx 34:6
28 ¶ “You shall not Iacurse° God°, bnor° curse° a ruler° of your people°.
29 ¶ “aYou shall not delay° [the offering from] Iyour harvest° and your vintage°. bThe firstborn° of your sons° you shall give° to Me. 30 aYou shall do° the same° with your oxen° [and] with your sheep°. It shall be with its mother° seven° days°; bon the eighth° day° you shall give° it to Me.
 ILit your fullness and your tears aEx 23:16, 19; Dt 26:2-11; Pv 3:9 bEx 13:2, 12
 aDt 15:19; Lv 22:27 bGn 17:12; Lv 12:3
31 ¶ “aYou shall be holy° men° to Me, therefore byou shall not eat° [any] flesh° torn° to pieces in the field°; you shall throw° it to the dogs°.
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1 ¶ If² a manº shall stealºª an ox,º or² a sheep,º and killºª it, or² sellºª it; he shall restoreºª fiveº oxenº for² an ox,º and fourº sheepº for² a sheep.º
2 ¶ If² a thiefº be foundºª breaking up,º and be smittenºª that he die,ºª [there shall] no² bloodº [be shed] for him. 3 If² the sunº be risenºª upon² him, [there shall be] bloodº [shed] for him; [for] he should make full¹ª restitution;ºª if² he have nothing,² then he shall be soldºª for his theft.º 4 If² the theftº be certainly¹ª foundºª in his handº alive,º whether it be ox,º² or² ass,º or² sheep;º he shall restoreºª double.º
 Nu 35:27; Jb 24:14; 30:5; Ho 7:1; Jol 2:9; Mt 6:19; 24:43; 1Th 5:2.
 Ex 21:2; Jg 2:14; 10:7; Is 50:1.
 Ex 21:16; 22:1, 7, 9; Pv 6:31; Is 40:2; Jr 16:18; Rv 18:6.
5 ¶ If² a manº shall cause a fieldº or² vineyardº to be eaten,ºª and shall put¹ª in²² his beast,º and shall feedºª in another man'sº field;º of the bestº of his own field,º and of the bestº of his own vineyard,º shall he make restitution.ºª
6 ¶ If² fireº break out,ºª and catchºª in thorns,º so that the stacks of corn,º or² the standing corn,º or² the field,º be consumedºª [therewith]; he that kindledºª² the fireº shall surely¹ª make restitution.ºª
7 ¶ If² a manº shall deliverºª unto² his neighbourº moneyº or² stuffº to keep,ºª and it be stolenºª out of the man's¹ house;º²² if² the thiefº be found,ºª let him payºª double.º 8 If² the thiefº be notº found,ºª then the masterº of the houseº shall be broughtºª unto² the judges,º [to see] whether²² he have putºª his handº unto his neighbour'sº goods.º 9 For² all² mannerº of trespass,º [whether it be] for² ox,º for² ass,º for² sheep,º for² raiment,º [or] for² any manner² of lost thing,º which² [another] challengethºª to be his,²²² the causeº of both partiesº shall comeºª before² the judges;º [and] whom² the judgesº shall condemn,ºª he shall payºª doubleº unto his neighbour.º 10 If² a manº deliverºª unto² his neighbourº an ass,º or² an ox,º or² a sheep,º or any² beast,º to keep;ºª and it die,ºª or² be hurt,ºª or² driven away,ºª no man² seeingºª [it]: 11 [Then] shall an oathº of the LORDº be² between² them both,º that² he hath not² putºª his handº unto his neighbour'sº goods;º and the ownerº of it shall acceptºª [thereof], and he shall not² make [it] good.ºª 12 And if² it be stolenºªª from²² him, he shall make restitutionºª unto the ownerº thereof. 13 If² it be torn in pieces,ºªª [then] let him bringºª it [for] witness,º [and] he shall not² make goodºª that which was torn.º
 Ex 22:4; Pv 6:30; Jr 2:26; Jn 12:6; 1Co 6:10.
 Ex 21:6; 22:28; Dt 16:18; 19:17; 1Ch 23:4; Ps 82:1.
 Ex 18:21; 22:4, 7; 23:6; Nu 5:6; Dt 16:18; 25:1; 1K 8:31; 2Ch 19:10; Mt 6:14; 18:15, 35; Lk 17:3.
 Gn 39:8; Lk 12:48; 16:11; 2Ti 1:12.
 Ex 22:8; 23:1; Lv 5:1; 6:3; 1K 2:42; Pv 30:9; He 6:16.
 Gn 31:39; Ex 22:7.
 Ezk 4:14; Am 3:12; Mi 5:8; Na 2:12.
14 ¶ And if² a manº borrowºª [ought] of²² his neighbour,º and it be hurt,ºª or² die,ºª the ownerº thereof [being] not² with² it,¹ he shall surely¹ª make [it] good.ºª 15 [But] if² the ownerº thereof [be] with² it, he shall not² make [it] good:ºª if² it² [be] an hiredº [thing], it cameºª for his hire.º
16 ¶ And if² a manº enticeºª a maidº that² is not² betrothed,ºª and lieºª with² her, he shall surely¹ª endowºª her to be his wife.º 17 If² her fatherº utterly¹ª refuseºª to giveºª her unto him, he shall payºª moneyº according to the dowryº of virgins.º
18 ¶ Thou shalt not² suffer a witch¹ª to live.ºª²
 Lv 19:26, 31; 20:6, 27; Dt 18:10; 1S 28:3, 9; Is 19:3; Ac 8:9; 16:16; 19:19; Ga 5:20; Rv 22:15.
19 ¶ Whosoever² liethºª with² a beastº shall surely¹ª be put to death.ºª
20 ¶ He that sacrificethºª unto [any] god,º saveº unto the LORDº only,² he shall be utterly destroyed.ºª
Of strangers, widows, and fatherless.
21 ¶ Thou shalt neither² vexºª a stranger,º nor² oppressºª him: for² ye were² strangersº in the landº of Egypt.º
22 ¶ Ye shall not² afflictºª any² widow,º or fatherless child.º 23 Ifº thou afflict¹ª them in any wise,ºª² and² they cry¹ª at allºª unto² me, I will surely¹ª hearºª their cry;º 24 And my wrathº shall wax hot,ºª and I will killºª you with the sword;º and your wivesº shall be² widows,º and your childrenº fatherless.º
 Dt 10:18; 24:17; 27:19; Ps 94:6; Is 1:17, 23; 10:2; Ezk 22:7; Zc 7:10; Jm 1:27.
 Dt 15:9; 24:15; Jb 31:38; 34:28; 35:9; Ps 10:17; 18:6; 140:12; 145:19; 146:7; Pv 22:22; 23:10; Lk 18:7; Jm 5:4.
 Jb 27:13; 31:23; Ps 69:24; 76:7; 78:63; 90:11; 109:9; Jr 15:8; 18:21; Lm 5:3; Na 1:6; Lk 6:38; Ro 2:5; He 10:31.
25 ¶ If² thou lendºª moneyº to [any of]² my peopleº [that is]² poorº by² thee, thou shalt not² be² to him as an usurer,ºª neither² shalt thou layºª upon² him usury.º
 Lv 25:35; Dt 23:19; 2K 4:1, 7; Ne 5:2, 7, 10; Ps 15:5; Pv 28:8; Jr 15:10; Ezk 18:8, 17; Mt 25:27; Lk 19:23.
26 If² thou at all¹ª take¹ª thy neighbour's¹ raiment¹ to pledge,ºª²² thou shalt deliverºª it unto him by¹ that² the sunº goeth down:ºª 27 For² that² [is] his coveringº only,² it² [is] his raimentº for his skin:º wherein² shall he sleep?ºª and it shall come to pass,² when² he criethºª unto² me, that I will hear;ºª for² I² [am] gracious.º
 Dt 24:6, 10, 17; Jb 22:6; 24:3, 9; Pv 20:16; 22:27; Ezk 18:7, 16; 33:15; Am 2:8.
 Ex 2:23; 34:6; 2Ch 30:9; Ps 34:6; 72:12; 86:15; 136:10; Is 19:20.
Of reverence to magistrates.
28 ¶ Thou shalt not² revileºª the gods,º nor² curseºª the rulerº of thy people.º
 Ex 21:17; 22:8; 1S 24:6, 10; 26:9; Ps 32:6; 82:1; 138:1; Ec 10:20; Jn 10:34; Ac 23:3, 5; Ro 13:2; Tit 3:1; 1P 2:17; 2P 2:10; Jde 1:8.
Of the firstfruits.
29 ¶ Thou shalt not² delayºª [to offer] the first of thy ripe fruits,º and of thy liquors:º the firstbornº of thy sonsº shalt thou giveºª unto me. 30 Likewiseº shalt thou doºª with thine oxen,º [and] with thy sheep:º sevenº daysº it shall be² with² his dam;º on the eighthº dayº thou shalt giveºª it me.
 Ex 13:2, 12; 23:16, 19; 34:19; Dt 26:2; 2K 4:42; 2Ch 31:5; Pv 3:9; Ezk 20:40; Mi 7:1; Mt 6:33; Ro 8:23; Jm 1:18.
 Lv 22:27; Dt 15:19.
31 ¶ And ye shall be² holyº men¹² unto me: neither² shall ye eatºª [any] fleshº [that is] torn of beastsº in the field;º ye shall castºª it to the dogs.º
 Ex 19:5; Lv 11:45; 17:15; 19:2; 20:25; 22:8; Dt 14:21; Ezk 4:14; 44:31; Ac 10:14; 15:20; 1P 1:15.
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