Honour thy father and thy mother:
&c.] This, as it is the first commandment with promise, so the first of the second table, and yet is here mentioned last; which inversion of order is of no consequence: so the "seventh" command is put before the "sixth", and the "fifth" omitted, in ( Romans 13:9 ) and with the Jews it is a common
And thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself;
which is not a particular distinct command from the rest, or an explication of the tenth and last, not mentioned; but a recapitulation, or compendium, and abridgment of the whole, and is said to be a complement and fulfilling of the law; see ( Romans 13:9 ) ( Galatians 5:14 ) .
F3 T. Bab. Pesach. fol. 6. 2. Zohar in Num. fol. 61. 4.
F4 R. Sangari, Sepher Cosri, par. 3. sect. 11, fol. 146. 2.