|Overview - Deuteronomy 25|
|1||Stripes must not exceed forty.|
|4||The ox is not to be muzzled.|
|5||Of raising seed unto a brother.|
|11||Of the immodest woman.|
|13||Of unjust weights and measures.|
|17||The memory of Amalek is to be blotted out.|
Deuteronomy 25:4 (King James Version)
Thou shalt not muzzle the ox when he treadeth out the corn.
- shalt not
- In Judea, as well as in Egypt, Greece, and Italy, they made use of beeves to tread out the corn; and the same mode of threshing still obtains in Arabia, Barbary, and other eastern countries, to the present day. The sheaves lie open and expanded on the threshing floors, and the cattle continually move round them, and thus tread out the grain. The natives of Aleppo still religiously observe the ancient humane practice, inculcated by this law, of permitting the oxen to remain unmuzzled when treading out the corn.
- Proverbs 12:10 ; 1 Corinthians 9:9 1 Corinthians 9:10 ; 1 Timothy 5:17 1 Timothy 5:18
- treadeth out
- Hebrew thresheth.
- Isaiah 28:27 ; Hosea 10:11