Deuteronomy Chapter 14 (Original 1611 KJV Bible)
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1 Gods children are not to disfigure themselues in mourning. 3 What may, and what may not be eaten, 4 of beasts, 9 of fishes, 11 of foules. 21 That which dieth of it selfe, may not be eaten. 22 Tithes of diuine Seruice. 23 Tithes and firstlings of reioycing before the Lord. 28 The third yeeres tithe of Almes and Charitie.
7 Neuerthelesse these yee shall not eate, of them that chew the cud, or of them that diuide the clouen hoofe, as the camel, and the hare, and the cony: for they chew the cudde, but diuide not the hoofe, therefore they are vncleane vnto you.
21 ¶ Ye shall not eate of any thing that dieth of it selfe: thou shalt giue it vnto the stranger that is in thy gates, that he may eate it, or thou mayest sell it vnto an alien: for thou art an holy people vnto the Lord thy God. Thou shalt not seethe a kidde in his mothers milke.21
23 And thou shalt eate before the Lord thy God, in the place which he shall chuse to place his Name there, the tithe of thy corne, of thy wine, and of thine oyle, and the firstlings of thy herdes, and of thy flockes: that thou mayest learne to feare the Lord thy God alwayes.
24 And if the way bee too long for thee, so that thou art not able to carie it, or if the place be too farre from thee, which the Lord thy God shall chuse to set his name there, when the Lord thy God hath blessed thee:
26 And thou shalt bestow that money for whatsoeuer thy soule lusteth after, for oxen, or for sheepe, or for wine, or for strong drinke, or for whatsoeuer thy soule desireth: and thou shalt eat there before the Lord thy God, and thou shalt reioyce, thou and thine houshold.26
29 And the Leuite, because he hath no part nor inheritance with thee, and the stranger, and the fatherlesse, and the widowe which are within thy gates, shall come and shal eate, and be satisfied, that the Lord thy God may blesse thee, in all the worke of thine hande which thou doest.
View Wesley's Notes for Deuteronomy Chapter 14
14:1 Of the Lord - Whom therefore you must not disparage by unworthy or unbecoming practices. Ye shall not cut yourselves - Which were the practices of idolaters, both in the worship of their idols, in their funerals, and upon occasion of public calamities. Is not this like a parent's charge to his little children, playing with knives, Do not cut yourselves! This is, the intention of those commands, which obliges us to deny ourselves. The meaning is, Do yourselves no harm! And as this also is, the design of cross providences, to remove from us those things by which we are in danger of doing ourselves harm.
14:3 Abominable - Unclean and forbidden by me, which therefore should be abominable to you.
14:22 All the increase - This is to be understood of the second tithes, which seem to be the same with the tithes of the first year, mentioned #De 14:28|.
14:25 In thine hand - That is, in a bag to be taken into thy hand and carried with thee.
14:27 Thou shalt not forsake him - Thou shalt give him a share in such tithes or in the product of them.
14:28 At the end of three years - That is, in the third year, as it is, expressed, #Deu 26:12|. The same year - This is added to shew that he speaks of the third year, and not of the fourth year, as some might conjecture from the phrase, at the end of three years.
Deuteronomy Chapter 14 Sidenote References (from Original 1611 KJV Bible):
1 Leuit 19. 28.
2 Chap. 7. 6. and 26. 18.
4 Leuit. 11. 2.
5 Or, Bison. Heb. Dishon
9 Leuit. 11. 9.
18 Leuit.11. 19.
21 Exod. 23.19. and 34. 26.
26 Heb. asketh of thee.
27 Chap.12. 19.
* Courtesy of Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Pennsylvania
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