Contents Calendar Find Reference
Torah 
Navigating the Bible
Exodus Mishpatim
Genesis
Exodus
  Shemot
  VaEra
  Bo
  BeShalach
  Yitro
  Mishpatim
  Terumah
  Tetsaveh
  Ki Tisa
  VaYakhel
  Pekudey
Leviticus
Numbers
Deuteronomy
First Reading, Second Reading, Third Reading, Fourth Reading, Fifth Reading, Sixth Reading, Seventh Reading, Last Reading

Mishpatim

  
BackForward
 23:11
 23:12
23:12 You may do whatever you must during the six week days, but you must stop on Saturday. Your donkey and ox must then be able to rest, and your maid's son and the foreigner must be able to relax.
Sheshet yamim ta'aseh ma'aseycha uvayom hashvi'i tishbot lema'an yanuach shorcha vachamorecha veyinafesh ben-amatcha vehager.



Commentary:

Saturday
  Literally, 'the seventh day.' See Exodus 20:9,10.

foreigner
  (Hirsch). See note on Exodus 20:10.





Copyright © 2000 World ORT
Notice: This computer program is protected by copyright law and international treaties. Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this program, or any portion of it, may result in severe civil and criminal penalties, and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.