Deuteronomy 221 Of humanity towards brethren.5 The sex is to be distinguished by apparel.6 The dam is not to be taken with her young ones.8 The house must have battlements.9 Confusion is to be avoided.12 Fringes upon the vesture.13 The punishment of him that slanders his wife.22 Of adultery;23 of rape;28 of fornication;30 of incest. Thou shalt.Ex 23:4; Eze 34:4,16; Mt 10:6; 15:24; 18:12,13; Lu 15:4-6Jas 5:19,20; 1Pe 2:25hide thyself.3,4; Le 20:4; Pr 24:11; 28:27; Isa 8:17; 58:7; Lu 10:31,32 thou shalt restore.Mt 7:12; 1Th 4:6 3 thou shalt surely.Ex 23:4,5; Mt 5:44; Lu 10:29-37; Ro 15:1; 2Co 12:15; Ga 6:1,21Th 5:14; Heb 12:12,13 woman shall not.1Co 11:4-15abomination.18:12 young ones.Lu 12:6thou shalt notGe 8:17; 32:11; Le 22:28; Pr 12:10; Ho 10:14 But thou shalt.The extirpation of any species of birds, whether edible or birds of prey, is often attended with serious consequences, and is always productive of evil; to prevent which was the object of this law. Palestine is situated in a climate producing poisonous snakes and scorpions, and between deserts and mountains, from which it would be inundated by them, as well as with immense swarms of flies, locusts, and mice, if the birds which feed upon them were extirpated. In a moral point of view, it may have been intended to inculcate a spirit of mercy and kindness, and to prevent the exercise of cruelty even towards a sparrow; for he who is guilty of such cruelty will, if circumstances be favourable, be cruel to his fellow-creatures. that it may.4:40thou mayest.Pr 22:4 then thou shalt.The eastern houses being built with flat roofs, which were used for various purposed, as walking, sleeping, etc., it was therefore necessary to have a sort of battlement, or balustrade, to prevent accidents, by people falling off. Ex 21:28-36; 22:6; Ro 14:13; 1Co 10:32; Php 1:10; 1Th 5:22thy roof.2Sa 11:2; Isa 22:1; Jer 19:13; Mt 10:27; Mr 2:4; Ac 10:9thou bring.Eze 3:18,20; 32:2-9; Mt 18:6,7; Ac 20:26,27 shalt not sow.Le 19:19; Mt 6:24; 9:16; Ro 11:6; 2Co 1:12; 11:3; Jas 1:6-8; 3:10fruit of thy seed. Heb. fulness of thy seed. Two different species cannot associate comfortably together, nor pull pleasantly either in cart or plough; and the ass being lower than the ox, when yoked, he must bear the principal part of the weight. 2Co 6:14-16 Le 19:19 fringes.Nu 15:38,39; Mt 23:5quarters. Heb. wings. Ge 29:21,23,31; Jud 15:1,2; Eph 5:28,29 19; Ex 20:16; 23:1; Pr 18:8,21; 1Ti 5:14 15 16 17 18 he may not put.29; 24:1-4; Mt 19:8,9 20 stone her.22,24; 13:10; 17:5; 21:21; Le 24:16,23; Nu 15:35,36she hath wrought.Ge 34:7; Le 21:9; Jud 20:6,10; 2Sa 13:12,13shalt thou.13:5; 17:7; 19:19 Le 20:10; Nu 5:22-27; Eze 23:45-47; Joh 8:4,5; Heb 13:4 20:7; Mt 1:18,19 and ye shall stone.In these laws, the betrothed damsel was considered as the wife of the man to whom she was engaged, though they had not come together; and therefore the crime was adjudged adultery. But a charitable supposition is admitted in the damsel's favour, in case she was found in a solitary place. he hath humbled.21:14; Ge 29:21; Mt 1:20,24so thou shalt put.21,22,24; 13:5; 1Co 5:2,13 force her. or, take strong hold of her.2Sa 13:14 no sin.21:22 cried.1Co 13:7 Ex 22:16,17 because he hath humbled.19,24; 21:14 a man shall.This is to be understood as referring to the case of a stepmother. A man in his old age may have married a young woman, and on his dying, his son by another, or a former wife, may desire to espouse her; which is here forbidden. 27:20; Le 18:8; 20:11; 1Co 5:1,13discover.Ru 3:9; Eze 16:8
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