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Deuteronomy_Chapter 15

At the end of every seven years, you are required to implement exemptions. The rule of exe…

At the end of every seven years, you are required to implement exemptions.

The rule of exemption is as follows: all debts are mainly exempted from those lent to neighbors. Do not pursue from neighbors or brothers, for the year of exemption of the Lord has been declared.

If you lend it to a foreigner, you can pursue it from him. But lend it to your brother, whatever it is, you will let go and be exempted.

If you pay attention to obeying the words of the Lord your God and keep and do all the commands I command you today, then there will be no poor people among you (in the land that the Lord your God has given you as an inheritance, the Lord will greatly bless you).

For the Lord your God will bless you according to his promise. You will lend to many nations, but you will not borrow from them. You will rule over many nations, but they cannot rule over you.

In any city in the land that the Lord your God has given you, if there is a poor man among your brothers, do not bear your heart,?? Starting without helping your impoverished brothers.

Always let go of him and lend him what he lacks to make up for his shortcomings.

Be careful not to have evil thoughts in your heart, saying, The seventh year of exemption is coming soon, and your evil eyes will be on your poor brother, giving him nothing, so that he will call on the Lord for help, and your sin will be on you.

You always have to give it to him, don’t worry when giving it to him. For the Lord your God will bless you in all your actions and in all the work of your hands.

The poor on that ground will never cease. So I command you to let go of your brothers who are poor and needy on the earth.

If any Hebrew man or Hebrew woman among your brothers is sold to you and serves you for six years, then in the seventh year, let him go free.

When you allow him to be free, do not let him go empty handed,

Give him plenty from your flocks, your threshing ground, and your winepress. As the Lord your God blesses you, so give it to him.

Remember that you were a servant in the land of Egypt, and the Lord your God redeemed you. Therefore, I command you this matter today.

If he says to you, ‘I don’t want to leave you,’ it’s because he loves you and your home, and because it’s good to be with you,

You will use an awl to pierce his ear through the door, and he will be your servant forever. You should treat maidservants the same way.

When you allow him to be free, you cannot do difficult things because he has served you for six years, which is twice the wages of an hired worker. The Lord your God will bless you in everything you do.

The firstborn among your herds of cattle and sheep, every male one, shall be consecrated to the Lord your God. The first born among cattle cannot be used for farming. The first born in a flock of sheep cannot be sheared.

You and your family shall eat this firstborn in the place chosen by the Lord every year before the Lord your God.

If this newborn has any disability, it is like a lame or blind person. No matter what kind of evil disability it has, it must not be offered to the Lord your God.

It can be eaten in your city. Both clean and unclean people can eat it, just like eating antelopes and deer.

Just don’t eat its blood. To pour on the ground, like pouring water.

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