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  • "If you see your neighbor's ox or sheep wandering away, don't pretend not to see it. Take it back to its owner. - Deuteronomy 22:1

  • Do the same if you find your neighbor's donkey, clothing, or anything else your neighbor loses. Don't pretend you did not see it. - Deuteronomy 22:3

  • "If you see your neighbor's ox or donkey lying on the road, do not look the other way. Go and help your neighbor get it to its feet! - Deuteronomy 22:4

  • Do nothing to the young woman; she has committed no crime worthy of death. This case is similar to that of someone who attacks and murders a neighbor. - Deuteronomy 22:26

  • "You may eat your fill of grapes from your neighbor's vineyard, but do not take any away in a basket. - Deuteronomy 23:24

  • And you may pluck a few heads of your neighbor's grain by hand, but you may not harvest it with a sickle. - Deuteronomy 23:25

  • "If you lend anything to your neighbor, do not enter your neighbor's house to claim the security. - Deuteronomy 24:10

  • If your neighbor is poor and has only a cloak to give as security, do not keep the cloak overnight. - Deuteronomy 24:12

  • Return the cloak to its owner by sunset so your neighbor can sleep in it and bless you. And the LORD your God will count it as a righteous act. - Deuteronomy 24:13

  • No more than forty lashes may ever be given; more than forty lashes would publicly humiliate your neighbor. - Deuteronomy 25:3

  • `Cursed is anyone who steals property from a neighbor by moving a boundary marker.' And all the people will reply, `Amen.' - Deuteronomy 27:17

  • When the people from the tribe of Dan were quite a distance from Micah's home, Micah and some of his neighbors came chasing after them. - Judges 18:22

  • The neighbor women said, "Now at last Naomi has a son again!" And they named him Obed. He became the father of Jesse and the grandfather of David. - Ruth 4:17

  • But one of the neighbors responded, "It doesn't matter who his father is; anyone can become a prophet."* So that is the origin of the saying "Is Saul a prophet?"3 - 1 Samuel 10:12

  • And Elisha said, "Borrow as many empty jars as you can from your friends and neighbors. - 2 Kings 4:3

  • And all their neighbors assisted by giving them vessels of silver and gold, supplies for the journey, and livestock. They gave them many choice gifts in addition to all the freewill offerings. - Ezra 1:6

  • They also sent greetings from the rest of the people whom the great and noble Ashurbanipal* had deported and relocated in Samaria and throughout the neighboring lands of the province west of the Euphrates River.4 - Ezra 4:10
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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