1 "When a man takes a wife and he marries her {and then} {she does not please him}, because he found {something objectionable} and writes her a letter of divorce and puts [it] in her hand and sends her [away] from his house,

References for Deuteronomy 24:1

    • a 24:1 - Or "If"
    • b 24:1 - Literally "and it will happen"
    • c 24:1 - Literally "if not she finds favor in his eyes"
    • d 24:1 - Literally "shameful/repulsive thing"
      2 and she goes from his house, and she goes [out] and becomes [a wife] {for another man},

      References for Deuteronomy 24:2

        • e 24:2 - Literally "for a man other"
          3 and [then] the second man dislikes her and he writes her a letter of divorce and places [it] into her hand and sends her from his house, or if the second man dies who took her {to himself} as a wife,

          References for Deuteronomy 24:3

            • f 24:3 - Literally "to for him"
              4 her first husband who sent her [away] is not allowed {to take her again} to become a wife to him after she has {been defiled}, for that [is] a detestable thing {before} Yahweh, and [so] you shall not mislead into sin the land that Yahweh your God [is] giving to you [as an] inheritance.

              References for Deuteronomy 24:4

                • g 24:4 - Literally "to return to take her"
                • h 24:4 - Literally "become unclean"
                • i 24:4 - Literally "to the face of"
                  5 "When a man takes a new wife he shall not go out with the army, and {he shall not be obligated with anything}; he shall be free from obligation, {to stay at home} for one year, and he shall bring joy [to] his wife that he took.

                  References for Deuteronomy 24:5

                    • j 24:5 - Or "If"
                    • k 24:5 - Literally "he shall not come across [come over] upon him to anything"
                    • l 24:5 - Literally "for his house"
                      6 "A person shall not take a pair of millstones or an upper millstone, for {he is taking necessities of life as a pledge}.

                      References for Deuteronomy 24:6

                        • m 24:6 - Hebrew "he"
                        • n 24:6 - Or "require"
                        • o 24:6 - Literally "for a life [he] is taking as a pledge"
                          7 "If a man is {caught} kidnapping somebody from [among] his countrymen, the {Israelites}, and he treats him as a slave or he sells him, then that kidnapper shall die, and [so] you shall purge the evil {from among you}.

                          References for Deuteronomy 24:7

                            • p 24:7 - Literally "found"
                            • q 24:7 - Or "brothers"
                            • r 24:7 - Literally "sons/children of Israel"
                            • s 24:7 - Literally "from your midst"
                              8 Be watchful {with respect to} [an] outbreak of [any] infectious skin disease, by being very careful and by acting according to all that the priests and the Levites have instructed you, [just] as I have commanded them, {so you shall diligently observe}.

                              References for Deuteronomy 24:8

                                • t 24:8 - Or "Be careful"
                                • u 24:8 - Literally "against"
                                • v 24:8 - Or "doing"
                                • w 24:8 - Literally "[so] you shall observe to do"
                                  9 [So] remember what Yahweh your God did to Miriam on the journey {when you went out from Egypt}.

                                  References for Deuteronomy 24:9

                                    • x 24:9 - Literally "in you to go out from Egypt"
                                      10 "When you make a loan to your neighbor, a loan of any kind, you shall not go into his house {to take his pledge}.

                                      References for Deuteronomy 24:10

                                        • y 24:10 - Literally "to pledge [with respect to] his pledge"
                                          11 You shall wait outside, and the man [to] whom you [are] lending, he shall bring the pledge outside to you.
                                          12 And if [he is] a needy man, you shall not sleep in his pledge.

                                          References for Deuteronomy 24:12

                                            • z 24:12 - "His pledge" refers to "a garment given as pledge"
                                              13 You shall certainly return the pledge to him {as the sun sets}, so that he may sleep in his cloak and may bless you, and it shall be [considered] righteousness {on your behalf} {before} Yahweh your God.

                                              References for Deuteronomy 24:13

                                                • { 24:13 - Literally "as/at the moment of the going [out] of the sun"
                                                • | 24:13 - Literally "to you"
                                                • } 24:13 - Literally "to the face of"
                                                  14 "You shall not exploit a hired worker, [who is] needy and poor, from among your fellow men or from [among] your aliens who are in your land [and] in your {towns}.

                                                  References for Deuteronomy 24:14

                                                    • ~ 24:14 - Hebrew "alien"
                                                    •  24:14 - Literally "gates"
                                                      15 On his day you shall give his wage, and the sun shall not go {down}, because [he is] poor and {his life depends on it}; [do this] so that he does not cry out against you to Yahweh, {and you incur guilt}.

                                                      References for Deuteronomy 24:15

                                                        • € 24:15 - Literally "over him"
                                                        •  24:15 - Literally "and to him it is a lifting up with respect to his life/soul"
                                                        • ‚ 24:15 - Literally "and it becomes against you [as] sin
                                                          16 "Fathers shall not be put to death because of [their] children, and children shall not be put to death because of [their] fathers; each one shall be put to death for his [own] sin.
                                                          17 You shall not subvert the rights of an alien [or] an orphan, and you shall not take as pledge [the] garment of a widow.
                                                          18 And you shall remember that you were a slave in Egypt and [that] Yahweh your God redeemed you from there; therefore I [am] commanding you to do this commandment.
                                                          19 "When you reap your harvest in your field and you forget a sheaf in the field, you shall not return to get it, for it shall be for the alien, for the orphan, and for the widow, so that Yahweh your God may bless you in all the work of your hands.

                                                          References for Deuteronomy 24:19

                                                              20 When you beat off the fruit of your olive trees you shall not search through the branches afterward, for it shall be for the alien, for the orphan, and for the widow.

                                                              References for Deuteronomy 24:20

                                                                • „ 24:20 - That is, what is left
                                                                  21 When you harvest [grapes], you shall not glean your vineyards {again}; it shall be for the alien, for the orphan, and for the widow.

                                                                  References for Deuteronomy 24:21

                                                                    • … 24:21 - Literally "behind/after you"
                                                                    • † 24:21 - That is, what is left
                                                                      22 And you shall remember that you were a slave in the land of Egypt, therefore I [am] commanding you to do this thing."