Deuteronomy 24:13

Overview - Deuteronomy 24
Of divorce.
A new married man goes not to war.
Of pledges.
Of man-stealers.
Of leprosy.
10 Of pledges.
14 The hire is to be given.
16 Of justice.
19 Of charity.
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Deuteronomy 24:13  (King James Version)
In any case thou shalt deliver him the pledge again when the sun goeth down, that he may sleep in his own raiment, and bless thee: and it shall be righteousness unto thee before the LORD thy God.

Exodus 22:26 Exodus 22:27 ; Job 24:7 Job 24:8 ; 29:11-13 31:16-20 Ezekiel 18:7 Ezekiel 18:12 Ezekiel 18:16 ; 33:15
Amos 2:8 ; 2 Timothy 1:16-18

the sun
15 ; 2 Corinthians 9:13 2 Corinthians 9:14 ; Ephesians 4:26

in his own raiment
The raiment here referred to was most likely the same as the {hyke} of the Arabs, a long kind of blanket, resembling a
Highland plaid, generally about six yards in length, and five or six feet broad; in which they often carry their provisions, as well as wrap themselves in, in the day, and sleep in at night, it being their only substitute for a bed. How necessary, then, it was to restore the {hyke} to a poor man before the going down of the sun, that he might have something to repose on, will sufficiently appear from these considerations.* shall be.
6:25 15:9,10 Ge 15:6 Ps 106:30,31 112:9 Isa 58:8 Da 4:27
James 1:27 ; 2:13-23