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  • And you may live among us; the land is open to you! Settle here and trade with us. You are free to acquire property among us." - Genesis 34:10

  • I will bring you into the land I swore to give to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. It will be your very own property. I am the LORD!' " - Exodus 6:8

  • But the LORD will again make a distinction between the property of the Israelites and that of the Egyptians. Not a single one of Israel's livestock will die!' " - Exodus 9:4

  • All our property must go with us; not a hoof can be left behind. We will have to choose our sacrifices for the LORD our God from among these animals. And we won't know which sacrifices he will require until we get there." - Exodus 10:26

  • If the slave recovers after a couple of days, however, then the owner should not be punished, since the slave is the owner's property. - Exodus 21:21

  • 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

  • But if the animal or property was stolen, payment must be made to the owner. - Exodus 22:12

  • They are the very ones whose property will be plundered by the enemy, whose homes will be ransacked. They will never have a chance to live in the new homes they have built. They will never drink wine from the vineyards they have planted. - Zephaniah 1:13

  • "If any of the people sin by unintentionally defiling the LORD's sacred property, they must bring to the LORD a ram from the flock as their guilt offering. The animal must have no physical defects, and it must be of the proper value in silver as measured by the standard sanctuary shekel.*2 - Leviticus 5:15

  • If they have sinned in any of these ways and are guilty, they must give back whatever they have taken by theft or extortion, whether a security deposit, or property entrusted to them, or a lost object that they claimed as their own, - Leviticus 6:4

  • "When you make an agreement with a neighbor to buy or sell property, you must never take advantage of each other. - Leviticus 25:14

  • But if it is not redeemed within a year, then the house within the walled city will become the permanent property of the buyer. It will not be returned to the original owner in the Year of Jubilee. - Leviticus 25:30

  • But a house in a village--a settlement without fortified walls--will be treated like property in the open fields. Such a house may be redeemed at any time and must be returned to the original owner in the Year of Jubilee. - Leviticus 25:31

  • And any property that can be redeemed by the Levites--all houses within the Levitical cities--must be returned in the Year of Jubilee. After all, the cities reserved for the Levites are the only property they own in all Israel. - Leviticus 25:33

  • The strip of pastureland around each of the Levitical cities may never be sold. It is their permanent ancestral property. - Leviticus 25:34
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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