Deuteronomy 15:13

Overview - Deuteronomy 15
The seventh year a year of release for the poor.
It must be no let of lending or giving.
12 An Hebrew servant, except he will not depart, must in the seventh year go forth free and well furnished.
19 All firstling males of the cattle are to be sanctified unto the Lord.
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Deuteronomy 15:13  (King James Version)
And when thou sendest him out free from thee, thou shalt not let him go away empty:

This is a most humane and merciful addition to the law in Exodus 21:2-11 ;enforced upon the Israelites by the consideration of their Egyptian bondage. As a faithful servant has made no property for himself while honestly serving his master, so now, when he quits his service, he has nothing to begin the world with except what the kindness of his master may bestow upon him as a remuneration for his zeal and fidelity. Though what was to be bestowed upon servants is not fixed, yet they were to be liberally supplied
(ver. 14.)
Genesis 31:42 ; Exodus 3:21 ; Leviticus 25:42-44 ; Proverbs 3:27 Proverbs 3:28 ; Jeremiah 22:13 ; Malachi 3:5
Colossians 4:1