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  • Pardon your neighbour any wrongs done to you, and when you pray, your sins will be forgiven. (Ecclesiasticus 28, 2)

  • Making your neighbour a loan is an act of mercy, to lend him a helping hand is to keep the commandments. (Ecclesiasticus 29, 1)

  • Lend to your neighbour in his time of need, and in your turn repay your neighbour on time. (Ecclesiasticus 29, 2)

  • Until he gets something, a man will kiss his neighbour's hand, and refer diffidently to his wealth; but when the loan falls due, he puts this off, he repays with offhand words, and pleads the inconvenience of the time. (Ecclesiasticus 29, 5)

  • A good man will go surety for his neighbour; only a shameless wretch would desert him. (Ecclesiasticus 29, 14)

  • Come to your neighbour's help as far as you can, but take care not to fall into the same plight. (Ecclesiasticus 29, 20)

  • People will be ill-treated by one another, each by his neighbour; the young will insult the aged, and the low, the respected. (Isaiah 3, 5)

  • They are well-fed, roving stallions, each neighing for his neighbour's wife. (Jeremiah 5, 8)

  • And so, Yahweh says this, 'In front of this people I shall now lay obstacles for them to stumble over; father and son alike, neighbour and friend will perish.' (Jeremiah 6, 21)

  • Their tongue is a deadly arrow, their words are in bad faith; with his mouth each wishes his neighbour peace, while in his heart plotting a trap for him. (Jeremiah 9, 7)

  • because they have done a scandalous thing in Israel, committing adultery with their neighbour's wives and speaking lying words in my name without orders from me. I know all the same and am witness to it, Yahweh declares.' (Jeremiah 29, 23)

  • There will be no further need for everyone to teach neighbour or brother, saying, "Learn to know Yahweh!" No, they will all know me, from the least to the greatest, Yahweh declares, since I shall forgive their guilt and never more call their sin to mind.' (Jeremiah 31, 34)


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