Leviticus 19:37

37 "'Remember all my laws and rules, and obey them. I am the Lord.'"

Leviticus 19:37 Meaning and Commentary

Leviticus 19:37

Therefore shall ye observe all my statutes, and all my
Delivered in this and the preceding chapters, and elsewhere, whether ceremonial or judicial, or moral, as there were of each, which had been delivered to them; and which are all comprehended in these two words, "statutes", or ordinances, which were the determinations of his sovereign will, and of mere positive institution; and "judgments", which were such laws as respected their civil or religious conduct, formed according to the rules of justice and equity: "all" and everyone of which were to be "observed", taken notice of, and regarded, in order to be put in practice, as follows: and do them;
act according to them, in civil, moral, and religious life: I [am] the Lord;
who enjoined all these things, and had a right to do so, and expected obedience to them, which it was right fit that they should give.

Leviticus 19:37 In-Context

35 "'Do not cheat when you measure the length or weight or amount of something.
36 Your weights and balances should weigh correctly, with your weighing baskets the right size and your jars holding the right amount of liquid. I am the Lord your God. I brought you out of the land of Egypt.
37 "'Remember all my laws and rules, and obey them. I am the Lord.'"
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