Exodus 22:26

“If thou at all take thy neighbour's raiment to pledge, thou shalt deliver it unto him by that the sun goeth down:”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations for Exodus 22:26

If thou at all take thy neighbors raiment to pledge, thou shalt deliuer it vnto him by that the sun goeth downe.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

"If you ever take your neighbor's cloak as a pledge, you are to return it to him before the sun sets,
- New American Standard Version (1995)

If thou at all take thy neighbor's garment to pledge, thou shalt restore it unto him before the sun goeth down:
- American Standard Version (1901)

If ever you take your neighbour's clothing in exchange for the use of your money, let him have it back before the sun goes down:
- Basic English Bible

-- If thou at all take thy neighbour's garment in pledge, thou shalt return it to him before the sun goes down;
- Darby Bible

If thou shalt at all take thy neighbor's raiment to pledge, thou shalt deliver it to him by the setting of the sun.
- Webster's Bible

If you take your neighbor's garment as collateral, you shall restore it to him before the sun goes down,
- World English Bible

if thou dost at all take in pledge the garment of thy neighbour, during the going in of the sun thou dost return it to him:
- Youngs Literal Bible

(22:25) If thou at all take thy neighbour's garment to pledge, thou shalt restore it unto him by that the sun goeth down;
- Jewish Publication Society Bible

Bible Commentary for Exodus 22:26

Wesley's Notes for Exodus 22:26


22:25 If thou lend - They must not receive use for money from any that borrowed for necessity. And such provision the law made for the preserving estates to their families by the year of Jubilee, that a people who had little concern in trade could not be supposed to borrow money but for necessity; therefore it was generally forbidden among themselves; but to a stranger they were allowed to lend upon usury. This law therefore in the strictness of it seems to have been peculiar to the Jewish state; but in the equity of it, it obligeth us to shew mercy to those we have advantage against, and to be content to share with those we lend to in loss as well as profit, if Providence cross them: and upon this condition it seems as lawful to receive interest for my money, which another takes pains with, and improves, as it is to receive rent for my land, which another takes pains with, and improves, for his own use. They must not take a poor man's bed - clothes in pawn; but if they did, must restore them by bed - time.

22:28 Thou shalt not revile the gods - That is, the judges and magistrates. Princes and magistrates are our fathers, whom the fifth commandment obligeth us to honour, and forbids us to revile. St. Paul applies this law to himself, and owns that he ought not to speak evil of the ruler of his people, no, not though he was then his most unrighteous persecutor, #Acts 23:5|.


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