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  • So Laban invited everyone in the neighborhood to celebrate with Jacob at a wedding feast. - Genesis 29:22

  • The next day, as Moses was out visiting his people again, he saw two Hebrew men fighting. "What are you doing, hitting your neighbor like that?" Moses said to the one in the wrong. - Exodus 2:13

  • The Israelite women will ask for silver and gold jewelry and fine clothing from their Egyptian neighbors and their neighbors' guests. With this clothing, you will dress your sons and daughters. In this way, you will plunder the Egyptians!" - Exodus 3:22

  • Tell all the Israelite men and women to ask their Egyptian neighbors for articles of silver and gold." - Exodus 11:2

  • If a family is too small to eat an entire lamb, let them share the lamb with another family in the neighborhood. Whether or not they share in this way depends on the size of each family and how much they can eat. - Exodus 12:4

  • "Do not testify falsely against your neighbor. - Exodus 20:16

  • "Do not covet your neighbor's house. Do not covet your neighbor's wife, male or female servant, ox or donkey, or anything else your neighbor owns." - Exodus 20:17

  • "If someone's bull injures a neighbor's bull and the injured bull dies, then the two owners must sell the live bull and divide the money between them. Each will also own half of the dead bull. - Exodus 21:35

  • "Suppose someone entrusts money or goods to a neighbor, and they are stolen from the neighbor's house. If the thief is found, the fine is double the value of what was stolen. - Exodus 22:7

  • But if the thief is not found, God* will determine whether or not it was the neighbor who stole the property.1 - Exodus 22:8

  • "Now suppose someone asks a neighbor to care for a donkey, ox, sheep, or any other animal, but it dies or is injured or gets away, and there is no eyewitness to report just what happened. - Exodus 22:10

  • The neighbor must then take an oath of innocence in the presence of the LORD. The owner must accept the neighbor's word, and no payment will be required. - Exodus 22:11

  • "If someone borrows an animal from a neighbor and it is injured or killed, and if the owner was not there at the time, the person who borrowed it must pay for it. - Exodus 22:14

  • If you take your neighbor's cloak as a pledge of repayment, you must return it by nightfall. - Exodus 22:26

  • Your neighbor will need it to stay warm during the night. If you do not return it and your neighbor cries out to me for help, then I will hear, for I am very merciful. - Exodus 22:27
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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