The houses will be richly stocked with goods you did not produce. You will draw water from cisterns you did not dig, and you will eat from vineyards and olive trees you did not plant. When you have eaten your fill in this land,
be careful not to forget the , who rescued you from slavery in the land of Egypt.
You must fear the your God and serve him. When you take an oath, you must use only his name.
“You must not worship any of the gods of neighboring nations,
for the your God, who lives among you, is a jealous God. His anger will flare up against you, and he will wipe you from the face of the earth.
You must not test the your God as you did when you complained at Massah.
You must diligently obey the commands of the your God—all the laws and decrees he has given you.
Do what is right and good in the ’s sight, so all will go well with you. Then you will enter and occupy the good land that the swore to give your ancestors.
You will drive out all the enemies living in the land, just as the said you would.
“In the future your children will ask you, ‘What is the meaning of these laws, decrees, and regulations that the our God has commanded us to obey?’
“Then you must tell them, ‘We were Pharaoh’s slaves in Egypt, but the brought us out of Egypt with his strong hand.