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    1 Laws for men servants. 5 For the servant whose ear is bored. 7 For women servants. 12 For manslaughter. 16 For stealers of men. 17 For cursers of parents. 18 For smiters. 22 For a hurt by chance. 28 For an ox that gores. 33 For him that is an occasion of harm. VERSE 1 - the judgments. * Le 18:5,26; 19:37; 20:22 Nu 35:24; 36:13 De 5:1,31; 6:20 1Ki 6:12 * 2Ch 19:10 Ne 9:13,14; 10:29 Ps 147:19 Eze 20:11,25 Mal 4:4 - which. * Ex 19:7; 24:3,4 De 4:5,8,14,45; 6:20 Mt 28:20 1Th 4:1 VERSE 2 - an Hebrew. * Ex 12:44; 22:3 Ge 27:28,36 Le 25:39-41,44 2Ki 4:1 Ne 5:1-5,8 * Mt 18:25 1Co 6:20 - and in the. * Le 25:40-43,45 De 15:1,12-15,18; 31:10 Jer 34:8-17 VERSE 3 - by himself. Heb. with his body. * De 15:12-14 VERSE 4 - shall be her. * Ex 4:22 Ge 14:14; 15:3; 17:13,27; 18:19 Ec 2:7 Jer 2:14 VERSE 5 - And if. * De 15:16,17 Isa 26:13 2Co 5:14,15 - shall plainly say. Heb. saying shall say. VERSE 6 - the judges. * :22; 12:12; 18:21-26; 22:8,9,28 Nu 25:5-8 De 1:16; 16:18 * De 19:17,18 1Sa 8:1,2 Isa 1:26 Zep 3:3 - bore his ear. This significant ceremony was intended as a mark of permanent servitude, and was calculated to impress the servant with the duty of hearing all his master's orders, and obeying them punctually. * Ps 40:6-8 - for ever. * Le 25:23,40 De 15:17 1Sa 1:22; 27:12; 28:2 1Ki 12:7 VERSE 7 - sell. * Ne 5:5 - go out. * :2,3 VERSE 8 - please not. Heb. be evil in the eyes of, etc. * Ge 28:8 Jud 14:3 1Sa 8:6; 18:8 *marg: - who hath. * De 20:7; 21:11-14 - seeing. * Ex 8:29 Jud 9:19 Job 6:15 Mal 2:11-15 VERSE 9 - betrothed her unto. * Ex 22:17 Ge 38:11 Le 22:13 VERSE 10 - her food. {Sheairah,} "her flesh;" he shall not only afford her a sufficient quantity of food, as before, but of the same quality. She is not to be fed, like a common slave, with a sufficiency of bread, vegetables, milk, etc., but with her customary supply of flesh, and other agreeable articles of food. * 1Co 7:1-6 VERSE 11 - See on ver. * :2 VERSE 12 * Ex 20:13 Ge 9:6 Le 24:17 Nu 35:16-24,30,31 De 19:11-13 * 2Sa 12:13 Mt 26:52 VERSE 13 - lie not. * Nu 35:11,22 De 19:4-6,11 Mic 7:2 - God. * 1Sa 24:4,10,18 2Sa 16:10 Isa 10:7 - I will appoint. * Nu 35:11 De 4:41-43; 19:1-3,9 Jos 20:2-9 VERSE 14 - presumptuously. * Nu 15:30,31 De 1:43; 17:12,13; 18:22; 19:11-13 1Ki 2:29-34 * Ps 19:13 Heb 10:26 2Pe 2:10 - slay. * Nu 35:20,21 De 27:24 2Sa 3:27; 20:9,10 - take him. * 1Ki 1:50,51; 2:28-34 2Ki 11:15 VERSE 15 To smite either father or mother, in a manner which indicated either contempt or malice, or left marks of violence, was deemed a proof of so ungrateful and unnatural a disposition, that no provocation was admitted as an excuse, but the offence was made capital: nay, he who cursed his father or mother, who uttered imprecations, ill wishes, or revilings, against a parent, was included in the same sense; though few crimes were made capital by the law of Moses. The law of God, as delegated to parents is honored when they are honored, and despised when they are despised: and to rebel against the lawful exercise of this authority is rebellion against God.--Rev. T. Scott * De 21:18-21; 27:24 Pr 30:11,17 1Ti 1:9 VERSE 16 - stealeth. * Ge 40:15 De 24:7 1Ti 1:10 Re 18:12 - selleth him. * Ge 37:28 - found in. * Ex 22:4 VERSE 17 - curseth. or, revilteth. * Le 20:9 De 27:16 Pr 20:20; 30:11,17 Mt 15:3-6 Mr 7:10,11 VERSE 18 - men. * :22; 2:13 De 25:11 2Sa 14:6 - another. or, his neighbor. a stone. * :20 Nu 35:16-24 VERSE 19 - upon his staff. * 2Sa 3:29 Zec 8:4 - only he shall pay. This was a wise and excellent institution. The same provision is made in the civil law; and most courts of justice still regulate their decisions in such cases by this Mosaic precept. - the loss. Heb. his ceasing. VERSE 20 - smite. * :26,27 De 19:21 Pr 29:19 Isa 58:3,4 - he shall. * Ge 9:6 Nu 35:30-33 - punished. Heb. avenged. * Ge 4:15,24 Nu 35:19 Ro 13:4 VERSE 21 * Le 25:45,46 VERSE 22 - strive. * :18 - as the judges. * :30 De 16:18; 22:18,19 VERSE 23 - life for life. * Nu 35:31 VERSE 24 - This is the earliest account we have of the [ ,] Lex Talionis, law of like for like. * :26,27 Le 24:19,20 De 19:21 Jud 1:6,7 1Sa 15:33 Mt 5:38-40; 7:2 * Lu 6:38 Re 16:6 VERSE 25 - burning. only here. * Pr 6:28 Isa 43:2 - wound for. * Ge 4:23; 9:6 Joh 19:11 Ro 13:4 VERSE 26 * :20 De 16:19 Ne 5:5 Job 31:13-15 Ps 9:12; 10:14,18; 72:12-14 * Pr 22:22,23 Eph 6:9 Col 4:1 VERSE 27 - smite. * :19 VERSE 28 - the ox. * :32 Ge 9:5,6 Le 20:15,16 VERSE 29 - his owner also. * De 21:1-9 VERSE 30 - for the ransom. * :22; 30:12 Nu 35:31-33 Pr 13:8 VERSE 31 - judgment. or, sentence. * :31 VERSE 32 * Ge 37:28 Zec 11:12,13 Mt 26:15; 27:3-9 Php 2:7 - and the ox. * :28,29 VERSE 33 * Ps 9:15; 119:85 Pr 28:10 Ec 10:8 Jer 18:20,22 VERSE 34 * :29,30; 22:6,14 VERSE 35 * :35 VERSE 36 * :29 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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