1 'If people fall out, they must go to court for judgement; the judges must declare the one who is right to be in the right, the one who is wrong to be in the wrong.
Deut 17:8-9 Prov 17:15 2Chr 19:6-10 2Sam 23:3 Deut 1:16-17 Deut 16:18-20 Deut 19:17-19
2 If the one who is in the wrong deserves a flogging, the judge must have him laid on the ground and flogged in his presence, the number of strokes proportionate to his offence.
Luke 12:47-48 1Pet 2:20 1Pet 2:24 Acts 5:40 Acts 16:22-24 Matt 10:17 Matt 27:26
3 He may impose forty strokes but no more; otherwise, by the infliction of more, serious injury may be caused and your brother be humiliated before you.
Job 18:3 2Cor 11:24-25 Jas 2:2-3 Luke 15:30 Luke 18:9-12
4 'You must not muzzle an ox when it is treading out the corn.
Prov 12:10 1Cor 9:9-10 1Tim 5:17-18 Hos 10:11 Isa 28:27
5 'If brothers live together and one of them dies childless, the dead man's wife may not marry a stranger outside the family. Her husband's brother must come to her and, exercising his duty as brother, make her his wife,
Luke 20:28 Mark 12:19 Matt 22:24 Gen 38:8-9 Ruth 1:12-13 Ruth 3:9 Ruth 4:5
6 and the first son she bears must assume the dead brother's name; by this means his name will not be obliterated from Israel.
Deut 21:19 Deut 9:14 Deut 29:20 Gen 28:8-10 Ps 9:5 Ps 109:13 Ruth 4:1-7
7 But if the man declines to take his brother's wife, she must go to the elders at the gate and say, "I have no brother-in-law willing to perpetuate his brother's name in Israel; he declines to exercise his duty as brother in my favour."
Ruth 4:1-2 Ruth 4:5-6
8 The elders of the town must summon the man and talk to him. If, on appearing before them, he says, "I refuse to take her,"
9 then the woman to whom he owes duty as brother must go up to him in the presence of the elders, take the sandal off his foot, spit in his face, and pronounce the following words, "This is what is done to the man who refuses to restore his brother's house,"
Num 12:14 Ruth 4:7-8 Isa 20:2 Isa 50:6 Job 30:10 1Sam 2:30 Gen 38:8-10
10 and his family must henceforth be known in Israel as House of the Unshod.
11 'If, when two men are fighting, the wife of one intervenes to protect her husband from the other's blows by reaching out and seizing the other by his private parts,
1Tim 2:9 Rom 3:8
12 you must cut off her hand and show no pity.
Deut 19:13 Deut 7:2 Deut 19:21
13 'You must not keep two different weights in your bag, one heavy, one light.
Prov 11:1 Amos 8:5 Lev 19:35-37 Prov 16:11 Ezek 45:10-11 Mic 6:11-12 Prov 20:10
14 You must not keep two different measures in your house, one large, one small.
15 You must keep one weight, full and accurate, so that you may have long life in the country given you by Yahweh your God.
Exod 20:12 Deut 4:40 1Pet 3:10 Deut 5:16 Deut 5:33 Deut 6:18 Deut 11:9
16 For anyone who does things of this kind and acts dishonestly is detestable to Yahweh your God.
Prov 11:1 Deut 18:12 Deut 22:5 1Cor 6:9-11 1Thess 4:6 Amos 8:5-7 Rev 21:27
17 'Remember how Amalek treated you when you were on your way out of Egypt.
Exod 17:8-16 Num 24:20 Num 25:17-18
18 He met you on your way and, after you had gone by, he fell on you from the rear and cut off the stragglers; when you were faint and weary, he had no fear of God.
Ps 36:1 Rom 3:18 Neh 5:9 Neh 5:15 Prov 16:6
19 When Yahweh your God has granted you peace from all the enemies surrounding you, in the country given you by Yahweh your God to own as your heritage, you must blot out the memory of Amalek under heaven. Do not forget.'
Exod 17:14 1Chr 4:43 1Sam 14:48 1Sam 15:1-35 1Sam 27:8 1Sam 30:1-7 Deut 9:14